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Refrigerated & Frozen Foods
LED Sealed Sanitube for Food Processing, Cold Storage
Precision-Paragon [P2], Yorba Linda, Calif., released the DLC QPL listed SNL, an ultra-efficient LED sealed sanitube for foodservice and food processing The SNL LED Sanitube Foodservice Strip is tested to the National Sanitation Foundation standards for use in splash zones, and also meets IP65, IP66 and IP67 standards for high-pressure washdown and ... (more)
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Saratoga: Benenati's encaustic paintings are on display
Photograph by George Sakkestad Linda Benenati, an artist that specializes in encaustic art, is exhibiting 22 of her paintings at the Saratoga Library through August.
Global food safety agreement signed by China and UC Davis
Officials from China's Northwest Agricultural and Forestry University in Shaanxi province, and the University of California, Davis, today signed a memorandum of agreement that lays the groundwork for establishing the Sino-U.S. Joint Research Center for Food Safety in China.
Contra Costa Times
Contra Costa, Alameda counties embracing greywater systems
Sustainable Contra Costa co-founder and president Tina Neuhausel is using her Walnut Creek home as a proving ground for energy- and water-conservation.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Toddler struck by car backing out of Linda driveway
A toddler was badly injured in Yuba County when a driver backing out of a driveway struck the child with his car.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Horse, rider injured in suspected DUI crash in Rio LindaHorse, rider...
A horse was injured when it was struck by a man suspected of driving while under the influence Sunday.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
San Bernardino County Sun
Documentary details life of Four-D College founder Linda Smith
RIVERSIDE >> A documentary about Claremont's Linda L. Smith, owner of Four-D College in Colton, will be shown Sunday at 5 p.m. at The Box, 3801 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside.
Learn new art skills at the California Mid-State Fair
Linda Mutti’s ‘A Bright Sunshiny Day’ will be among the paintings on display for Studios on the Park’s ‘Music of the Landscape’ show beginning July 31. My summer art memories start and end with a bar of Ivory soap, a small dull knife and a suggestion from a summer school elementary teacher to “carve ... (more)
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Phone scam targets elderly
He was in trouble. Of course they would help him. Michael told the Spences he'd been gambling online.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Ricky Rick Lamont Robins
The loved and cherished Ricky "Rick" Lamont Robins , 45, of Temecula, California died tragically and unexpectedly on July 4, 2014.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Family heaps disdain on woman's murderer
Rose Brau began with a reading from John 8:44, telling the woman who murdered her sister, "You are of your father, the devil."
Rocklin and Roseville Today
Placer County Water Agency Considers New Drought Regulations
Leaders of the Placer County Water Agency said Thursday that local drought management efforts are working and will determine how best to adapt newly enacted State drought regulations into the agency's drought plan.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Bank agrees to pay $4M in Calif. political fraud case
A California bank that handled the accounts of a former campaign treasurer for several high-profile Democratic politicians has agreed to pay $4 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the bank should have known the treasurer was embezzling money, attorneys for the politicians and the bank said Thursday.
Red Bluff Daily News
Tehama District Fair board tackles years of overspending
RED BLUFF >> The Tehama District Fairground has been bleeding money, threatening the future of the fairgrounds and a proposed partnership between it and Tehama County that could help patch its financial wounds.
New roof can cost thousands
Dear Linda: Expect to pay at least $5,000. The precise amount could vary considerably because it depends on three main factors: Size, pitch and material type.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
"'And Then I Met...': Stories of Growing Up, Meeting Famous People,...
James Rogan, former U.S. congressman from California and current California superior court judge, talks about his drive as a child to meet and get advice from famous people.
Inside Bay Area
Town hall looks at school-to-prison cycle
Poverty and problems in the juvenile justice system: Could the solution be as simple as a handshake or a hug? No, but it's a good place to start, according to actor/playwright Anna Deavere Smith and those attending an invitation-only staged reading of her work-in-progress, "Field Notes: Doing Time In Education: The California Chapter."
Tue Jul 15, 2014
With $100 million gift, Loma Linda hospital plans 'health care mecca'
Helped by a $100 million donation from a Riverside couple, Loma Linda University Health officials say they are on their way toward expanding the medical center on their main campus, constructing two new facilities and broadening the scope of their educational reach in the surrounding community.
The Modesto Bee
Defense attorney changes his mind about Turlock murder trial
A defense attorney has changed his mind and is now willing to proceed with the sanity phase of a Turlock murder trial.