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Hundreds attend Citrus Heights tree lighting, despite rain

By Mike Hazlip— Citrus Heights’ annual tree lighting event drew hundreds of attendees, despite a rain storm that moved through the area just as the event was set to begin…

2023 SJUSD Special Election in Citrus Heights had 19% voter turnout

Final results in the Nov. 7 special election to fill the vacant Area 7 seat on the San Juan Unified School District’s governing board were certified by the county last month, with a voter turnout of 19 percent…

Christmas lights

Nominations kick off for 2023 ‘Best Lights’ contest

Sentinel staff report– Citrus Heights residents can now nominate a neighbor to win a “Best Lights in Citrus Heights” contest, through Dec. 15, 2023…

Jean Duncan

Community remembers life of longtime resident with heart for service

By Mike Hazlip— Residents and community leaders attended a memorial for Jack Duncan, just two years after he held a similar event for his late wife, Jean Duncan…

Developer eyes subdivision on Old Auburn Road

A developer has submitted an application to subdivide a five-acre parcel on Old Auburn Road near Sunrise Boulevard, with plans initially calling for development of 20 homes on the lot and an adjacent parcel but now..

Meghan Huber, Citrus Heights

City director recognized with regional ’40 under 40′ award

By Sara Beth Williams– Thirty-nine-year-old Meghan Huber, who serves as the Citrus Heights economic development and community engagement director, was recognized this month with a “40 Under 40 Award” by…

SMUD, smart meter

SMUD posts latest list of thousands of customers with unclaimed checks

Sentinel staff report– It’s that time of year again, when the Sacramento Municipal Utility District seeks to unite customers with unclaimed money in their name before it’s too late…

Perez holds strong lead over Sarama in SJUSD special election

Sentinel staff report– The latest vote count released by county officials Thursday afternoon shows candidate Manuel Perez in the lead to fill the…

The Civic Minute: What’s happening at Citrus Heights City Hall?

Citrus Heights City Council members meet Thursday evening to hear an update from police on the city’s Red Light Camera program, as well as consider formal acceptance of a $2.75 million grant for…

Low in-person voter turnout seen in Citrus Heights special election

By Mike Hazlip— The vote center at the Crosswoods Community Center was largely empty on Election Day in Citrus Heights on Tuesday, but workers said most voters are likely mailing in ballots…