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End of May Sketches

Not too many sketches these past couple weeks, but the sketches come quicker — about a half hour or so for each.

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Troubled bridge over waters ...

Here in S’lano County, where men are men and women can bench press Honda Civics, we tend to revere our bridges, whether it be the sparkling span that straddles the Carquinez Strait in Vallejo or the quaint, whitewashed Thurber Bridge along strategically ambiguous Pleasants Valley Road north of Vacaville.We partied on the Carquinez Bridge when the new span opened a few years ago, and last month a select group of Solanoans gleefully gathered in a pasture near the recently renamed Thurber span to celebrate the 100th birthday of that two-lane bridge. 436 more words

1 Million Salmon Released Into Sacramento River, But How Far North Will They Go?

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — One million baby salmon were released into the Sacramento River on Wednesday as a collaborative effort by the Department of Water Resources and the Department of Fish and Wildlife. 130 more words

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1 Million Salmon Released Into Sacramento River, But How Far North Will They Go?

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — One million baby salmon were released into the Sacramento River on Wednesday as a collaborative effort by the Department of Water Resources and the Department of Fish and Wildlife. 130 more words

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Detectives: Oroville Man Accused In Killing Of Ex-Wife

NEVADA CITY (CBS13) – An Oroville man has been arrested on suspicion of killing his ex-wife.

The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office says, back on Feb. 6, a woman was found shot to death along the 10000 block of North Bloomfield Road in Nevada City. 115 more words

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Detectives: Oroville Man Accused In Killing Of Ex Wife

NEVADA CITY (CBS13) – An Oroville man has been arrested on suspicion of killing his ex-wife.

The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office says, back on Feb. 6, a woman was found shot to death along the 10000 block of North Bloomfield Road in Nevada City. 107 more words

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Yosemite Valley Reopening After Storm Brought Flooding to Parts of Northern California

After an intense tropical storm caused flooding in roads and rivers throughout Yosemite Valley on Saturday, the national park is expected to reopen to vehicles and visitors at noon on Sunday. 261 more words

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