This Grass Valley woman has the best pig in the nationA Grass Valley woman and her pig won a national livestock show last week, claiming the top prize out of more than 1,000 entries. Brianna Cebollero, 20, has been showing pigs for more than a decade. Then at Arizona National Livestock Show during the last week of December, Cebollero’s pig Chardonnay won. KCRA’s Natalie Brunell talked to Cebollero about raising Chardonnay and her national win:Q: How did you get started showing pigs?
WEBVTT FEEL ABOUT THE CHANGES.>> FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS AT THECLUB WERE FANTASTINATALIE: 80-YEAR-OLD GIL BARTONREMEMBERS THE GLORY DAYS OFROCKLIN'S SUNSET WHITNEY GOLFCLUB, WHEN A MEMBERSHIP SET HIMBACK MORE THAN $17,000.BUT LET HIM RIDE HIS GOLF CARTRIGHT ONTO THE COURSE FROM HISBACKYARD.>> THAT'S THE REASON I MOVEDHERE HONESTLY.NATALIE: BUT WHEN THE GOLF CLUBOFFICIALLY CLOSED IN 2015, ITSWELL-MANICURED GREENS TURNEDINTO OVERGROWN DRY VEGETATION ITS FUTURE DEVELOPMENT UNCERTAINUNTIL THE CITY...
The City of Rocklin has completed the purchase of about 184 acres of land that used to be the site of the Rocklin Golf Club -- and what some may remember as the private Sunset Whitney Golf Course. The city emphasizes that even though the land is now public property, it's not safe to enter the grounds and doing so is trespassing. One of the city's first tasks will be to identify and mitigate safety threats like dead trees.
Thank you @uhaul for saving the day! @Budget is the absolute worst! Especially the 12th Street and Fulton Ave locations in #Sacramento! Worst customer service in the world! @uhaul has a new family of customers :)
@Budget you know what’s ridiculous? When you are about to move and you go pick up your moving truck after paying for it and they tell you oops there’s no reservation or truck. Atrocious customer service.
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