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Newly Planted Trees Will Beautify County Landfill and Provide Habitat

Posted: 3/27/2015

A Tree Planter Checks Soil Composition
The Sacramento Tree Foundation (SacTree) held a volunteer tree planting event at the Kiefer Landfill located in the southeast area of the County. The event’s goal was to plant 135 native oak trees on the hillside that faces commuters from Rancho Murieta, eventually covering the barren hill with a beautiful landscape while helping to filter ground water and provide habitat for the native wildlife.
Photo courtesy of Sacramento County

SACRAMENTO COUNTY, CA (MPG) - The Sacramento County Department of Waste Management and Recycling provided just the right environment for a volunteer tree planting event held by the Sacramento Tree Foundation (SacTree): the Kiefer Landfill located in the southeast area of the County. The event’s goal was to plant 135 native oak trees on the hillside that faces commuters from Rancho Murieta, eventually covering the barren hill with a beautiful landscape while helping to filter ground water and provide habitat for the native wildlife.

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Job Forecast Bright for Sacramento’s HIREvent

Posted: 3/27/2015

Young Job Hunter With Computer

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - The region may not have a great forecast for rain, but experts predict a 100% chance of jobs at Sacramento’s HIREvent on Tuesday, April 7th from noon to 4 p.m. at The Grand, 1215 J Street. This exceptional employment event will feature private organizations and public agencies from around the region, with a variety of immediate staffing needs ranging from entry-level to management positions.

First impressions will be very important, as all the employers will be eager to hire. Jobseekers should dress to impress and be prepared to pitch their qualifications to company recruiters. Attendees who want to polish their resumes can consult with employment experts offering free one-on-one evaluations.

For more information about this free event, visit www.JobJournal.com and click on “job fairs” or call 888-THE-JOBS (843-5627).

Source: Job Journal


Thousands of Runners At the Start of the Race
Eppie’s Great Race participants run 5.82 miles, cycle 12.5 miles, and paddle boats 6.35 miles on a race course located on and alongside the American River Parkway.
Photo courtesy Eppie’s Great Race

Eppie’s Great Race Inducted into CPRS Hall of Honor

Posted: 3/13/2015

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - Sacramento County-based Eppie’s Great Race, known as “The World’s Oldest Triathlon,” has earned the California Park & Recreation Society’s highest honor. On February 13th, the beloved and popular annual event was inducted into the California Park and Recreation Society’s Hall of Honor.

The California Park and Recreation’s (CPRS) Hall of Honor was established in 2004 in order to honor professionals, programs, facilities, collaborative partnerships and foundations that have positively influenced the quality of life within the region. CPRS, District 2 represents 19 counties across California, and publicly advocates for the California Park and Recreation profession.

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Blowing the Horn On Those GMOs

Locally grown, organic food is safer and abundant

By Joan Elliott
Posted: 2/27/2015

Attractive Things Seen at a Farmer's Market
Many of the products sold by farmers’ market vendors are organically grown.

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - With all the hubbub about the food chain, organic vs. non-organic, high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, GMO in our food supply and much more, many people just don’t know what it is all about. So what is a GMO? And how does it affect you and the foods you choose?

Genetically Modified Organism is a living “thing” (plant, animal or otherwise) that has had its genetic structure altered. The alteration can be one or many things, such as increased yield (more or bigger product), reduced size (miniature), bug resistant, disease resistant, pesticide and/or herbicide resistant, and many other options. The question is, by altering the organism genetically, is it still the same?

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Get Ready for the Color Fun Fest 5K

Posted: 2/27/2015

Five Gorgeous Gals Hug and Mug in Brightly-Colored Costumes and Splashes of Glowing Paint
Color Fun Fest plans to take the world by storm, getting people off the couch and into a fun, healthy, upbeat environment - bringing loved ones together for a day/night of epic adventure you will never forget!
Photos courtesy of Color Fun Fest

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - Color Fun Fest 5K is a family-owned and -operated event that is currently traveling across America inviting people of all ages to celebrate life at a unique festival and 5K. And now the Color Fun Fest 5K is coming to the Sacramento region. This exciting event will be held at Cal Expo on Saturday, February 28th.

Color Fun Fest brings the Holi Festival (the Indian festival of colors) and the electronic dance movement together for the first time with a day and night glowing color 5K run. Two 5Ks will be hosted in one day; participants can choose between the day or night events or can choose to do both!

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California Senior Legislature Announces Top Legislative Priorities for 2015

By Jan Dalske
Posted: 2/27/2015

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - Just as soon as the California Senior Legislature (CSL) adjourned its 34th Annual Legislative Session, it announced its top ten State Legislative Proposals for 2015.

One of the top ten proposals included the medication labeling proposal, which would require all prescribers to include the purpose of the medication with their prescription. The prescription drug label may include that purpose unless the patient or the prescriber requests that this information be omitted.

The California Death with Dignity Act would authorize adult California residents who are mentally competent and terminally ill to make a request to receive medication for the purpose of ending their lives in a humane and dignified manner. This would not be classified as a suicide or homicide and would provide immunity from civil or criminal liability.

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Garth Brooks World Tour Comes to Sacramento

Posted: 2/13/2015


IRS Offers Free E-Filing for Tax Returns

Posted: 2/13/2015


Delta Water Plan Refined to Reduce Local Impacts

Posted: 2/13/2015


Local Architects Have Big Plans

Pasion & Enriquez Architecture

By Shaunna Boyd
Posted: 1/30/2015


MBK Homes Announces New Community Under Construction in Fair Oaks

Posted: 1/30/2015


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