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Who's Hiring: Lowe's

CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA - Lowe's in Citrus Heights is looking for a Customer Service Associate I and II and a Head Cashier.

The Customer Service Associate positions are part time, the Head Cashier position is full time.

For more information on these positions, click here.

 

Gibson Ranch Re-Opening Celebration

Gibson Ranch celebrated its grand re-opening on April 23.  The event featured an exhibition by the Sacramento Sheriff Mounted Enforcement and Search and Rescue units, nursery characters, hay rides, face painting, petting zoo, bounce houses, balloon tying, antique fire trucks, and bag pipers.

Next month, Gibson Ranch will display its annual Civil War Re-Enactment on May 21-22, 2011.

Gibson Ranch Park is located at:   8556 Gibson Ranch Road, Elverta, CA  95626.

Celebrate Easter Weekend!

Celebrate Easter Weekend!

Want to know what's happening this Easter weekend?  News10 is the place to find out.  Check out our Easter Event page.

Discovery Park expected to re-open for Easter weekend

SACRAMENTO, CA - Discovery Park is expected to re-open by April 30 after Sacramento County Regional Parks staff cleans up river silt and other debris.

Discovery Park has been submerged by the river overflow for several weeks.

A small portion of the American River Bike trail remains flooded, while Tiscornia Beach access points at Howe and Watt Avenue and the Elkhorn Boat Launch will re-open Wednesday.

Park officials need to turn the electricity and water back on and test the portable water to ensure that it's safe to drink.

Roseville Academy of Math, Science and Engineering taking enrollment for 2011-2012

Roseville Academy of Math, Science and Engineering taking enrollment for 2011-2012

Horizon Charter Schools announce openings are available for the 2011-2012 school year in the Roseville Academy of Math, Science and Engineering of Placer County for grades 7-12. The academy cultivates intellectual curiosity and excellence in our students by providing high quality instruction, curriculum and small class sizes.

Instruction focuses on the value of individual and unique experiences. Most classes are college preparatory.

Family hopes death of teen will help save lives

CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA - Ian McCue was just like any other 15-year-old. Loved his friends, his family and baseball. He was also an avid skateboarder and even designed a few "decks."

His love of the longboard proved to be fatal. He was killed last week riding his longboard down what kids call "Suicide Hill." His board came out from under him when a wheel struck a rock.

He was not wearing a helmet.

This is how his parents, Andy and Sheryl McCue of Citrus Heights want to begin the healing process; by educating kids and their parents about the importance of wearing a helmet.

"If any good is going to come out of this, is that it's so important that kids wear their helmets and that parents force it upon their kids to wear them," said Andy.

"In a split second that one decision or that created habit or bad habit of not wearing a helmet could definitely have made a difference," said Sheryl.

Rainbow in Citrus Heights

Rainbow in Citrus Heights

This picture was submitted by News10 viewer, Susan Emerick.  She caught a rainbow in the middle of a storm in Citrus Heights.  Is this a weather sign of what we're in store for tomorrow?  If so, email us a weather picture at writer@news10.net , and if you like, include your name.  We'll post it on My Neighborhood!