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Old Town Christmas Season Begins

Larry O. Doss Tuesday, November 26, 2019

November 26th Ming Tree Realtors is sponsoring along with Old Town Merchants the delivery to the local Old Town Stores, locally made Christmas Wreaths as a kick off to the holiday shopping season. Plenty of photo "opps" with the Clydesdales and red hitch wagon through Old Town or at your favorite Old Town Business.... Read more

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The Rose City of California - Yuba City

Larry O. Doss Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Located in the region of mild Mediterranean climate dominated by wet, cold winters and dot, dry summers, Yuba City was home to the Maidu people until 1800s. But in the beginning of 1800s Yuba City saw the Maidu people encountered by the Mexicans and Spanish. The ‘Gold Rush’ in 1848 saw small establishments along the Yuba River. Yuba City got its first county seat in 1856. This region is also called as ‘Feather River Valley’.

Yuba City is home to many employment opportunities with many local and global companies. The city enjoys a steady economy which has been free from recession. Read more

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Volunteers of America launches turkey drive for Sacramento's needy

Larry O. Doss Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Volunteers of America launches turkey drive for Sacramento’s needy
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By Bill Lindelof
blindelof@sacbee.com
Published: Monday, Nov. 2, 2009 - 7:23 am

Today marks the beginning of the Volunteers of America annual turkey drive, an all-out effort to get enough of the big birds for Sacramento’s needy.

Donations of fresh or frozen turkeys will be accepted from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Nov. 25 at the VOA’s central kitchen, 700 North 5th St., which is just north of Richards Boulevard. Turkey is the main course in holiday meals fo... Read more

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Toiletries with Secret Super Powers

Larry O. Doss Thursday, April 23, 2009

by Kate Leighton
April 22, 2009

In days when stretching a dollar is not simply a fun challenge but more a necessity, finding dual uses for everyday items can really help save money! Here are some simple (and we admit it, kind of fun) ideas for putting common toiletries to use for more than one purpose!

Toothpaste:

-Polishing scuffed shoes – rub toothpaste into the shoe and wipe off with a damp cloth.
-Crayon on walls – put a dab of white toothpaste on a damp rag and gently wipe the crayon marks away. Don’t forget to rinse.
-Freshen baby bottles and w... Read more

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Every Year At This Time The Hills Come Alive

Larry O. Doss Saturday, September 20, 2008

Every year at this time, there is a special place along Highway 50, in an area cradled in the arms of the Sierra Foothills that comes alive.

In Autumn when the fruit comes into harvest, and the cider is pressed, Apple Hill provides delight for all.

Originally, Apple Hill was a collection of approximately 16 ranches or orchards. Today it boasts more than 50 ranches including Christmas tree growers, wineries, a micro-brewery, Spa, vineyards, and pumpkin patches.

Apple Hill is located in El Dorado County - approximately 4 miles east of Placerville. There is easy a... Read more

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