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Homelessness – Do Locals Have the Answers?

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 03, 2018 / comments

[PUBLICCEO, Timothy L. Coyle, consultant specializing in housing issues]

Fill the BOS today to Stand for "Rule of Law"

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 03, 2018 / comments

[Ben Blest]

We need your help to fill the EDC Board of Supervisors room this coming Tuesday, April 3rd at 9 AM. A letter from Congressman Tom McClintock will be presented to the board of supervisors supporting EDC citizens that want to comply with federal immigration law. We are not asking you to speak, but your presence is important to help illustrate the number of EDC citizens that are standing up for the rule of law. 

Notice of Retraction

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 01, 2018 / comments

[Cris Alarcon, InEDC & PRpond]

Notice of Retraction: This story about Todd White has been retracted and anyone that have read the story is asked to read this brief explanation.  

This retraction will be unusually personal, because I take this kind of error personally, Cris Alarcon.


New information has shown the original story to be extremely misleading and fails the journalism standards even for political opinion pieces.

Cannabis Company Sells San Bernardino Mining Town

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 01, 2018 / comments

[Cal County News]

Last year, we told you about Nipton, California. The old mining outpost in unincorporated San Bernardino County was purchased by cannabis technology company American Green Inc., which planned to turn it into a commercial marijuana paradise.

Well, so much for that. The Los Angeles Times reports that the company has already sold Nipton to the highest bidder.

How Removing Barriers to Higher Education Can Help Prevent a Life of Incarceration

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 01, 2018 / comments

[Nadine Ono]

For every dollar invested in correctional education, research shows a return of four to five dollars, according to a report released by Corrections to College California. Providing a college education to incarcerated individuals can save the state millions through reduced recidivism rates and increased earning power, say the authors.

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