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CITRUS! SOME FOR YOU, SOME TO SHARE.

CITRUS! SOME FOR YOU, SOME TO SHARE.

It is citrus season, and I am so excited because my little one year old Meyer lemon tree has four lemons on it!  They will be ready to pick soon.  Our 40-year old orange tree is full and ready to harvest.

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William Jessup University Gives Back to Promote Church Growth, Student Scholarships

William Jessup University Gives Back to Promote Church Growth, Student Scholarships

ROCKLIN, Calif. – William Jessup University, the greater Sacramento region’s only residential four-year university, recently presented Stadia, one of the largest church planting organizations in the world, a check for $40,000.

The growing university welcomed Stadia’s President, Greg Nettle, who addressed the WJU student body during the memorable chapel service.

“I’m thankful for our partnership in church planting because throughout the United States and around the world, the fact remains the same that new church planting is the single most effective way for reaching people who are far away from Jesus,” Nettle said.

Demonstrating Jessup’s mission to partner with the church, President John Jackson and Director of Church Relations, Jim Jessup proudly presented Nettle the check. The gift represents 5 percent of the funds received by WJU resulting from the closure of a former partner church.

Good Day Sacramento host arrested on suspicion of DUI, again


A local TV host was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence earlier this month in Roseville. Mark Allen Stell, known to TV viewers as Mark S Allen on Good Day Sacramento, was booked into Placer County Jail without incident on December 4.

A Roseville police officer responded to two different reports from witnesses of someone driving in an erratic manner near Atlantic Street and Interstate 80 just after midnight, according to police records.

The officer located Stell on Bulen Street just off Vernon Street. After an evaluation, Stell was arrested and booked into jail. 

Good Day Sacramento's news director, John Armand, released a statement Thursday afternoon, saying "We are taking the matter very seriously and we are investigating what happened. While that process is ongoing, Mark will not be appearing on our air."

ABC10 Angel Tree Toy Drive Tomorrow!

ABC10 Angel Tree Toy Drive Tomorrow!

On Thursday ABC10 will hold a one-day toy drive at the ABC10 Studios located at 400 Broadway in Sacramento for the Angel Tree program!

The drive will take place from 4:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. We encourage the community to join in the holiday spirit and give the gift of unwrapped toys for kids in our area. It's a perfect way to  make sure every child finds a gift under the tree.

You can take part by bringing an unwrapped toy to donate. It will be a fun day filled with good cheer, the spirit of giving and copious amounts of hot cocoa!

ABC10 is located at: 400 Broadway Sacramento, 95818

Please enter on Broadway and loop through the back lot to deliver your donations.

We look forward to seeing you and Happy Holidays!

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Windham Hill Winter Solstice Celebration - Center for the Arts 12/18

Windham Hill Winter Solstice Celebration - Center for the Arts 12/18


WHO: The Center for the Arts presents

WHAT: The Windham Hill Winter Solstice Celebration
        featuring Alex De Grassi, Barbara Higbie, Lisa Lynne with Aryeh Frankfurter, George Tortorelli and Alex Kelly

WHEN: 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18

WHERE: The Center for the Arts
        314 W Main Street, Grass Valley, CA  95945

TICKETS: $27 members, $30 non-member
        The Center Box Office - 530-274-8384 ext 14
        BriarPatch Co-op Community Market - 530-272-5333
        Tickets online at www.thecenterforthearts.org

What to Make This Week

What to Make This Week

Megan Myers

The end of the year is almost here, and we’re busier than ever. Despite the hustle and bustle of the season, we still need to get a good meal in our bellies every day! Meal planning is one key way to ensure you don’t default to the take-out menus. Here are seven recipes to help you get dinner on the table this week... Read More

Suspicious packages in Roseville deemed empty


Three packages have been cleared and deemed empty by Roseville Police Department officials, following reports of their discovery Thursday morning.

The 300 block of Vernon Street, the Vernon Street Town Square and Roseville Post Office were closed as a result of the suspicious packages found in the immediate area, according to Roseville Police Department officials.