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Do you want to be News10's Halloween "Breakfast in My Neighborhood" winner?

Do you want to be News10's Halloween "Breakfast in My Neighborhood" winner?

News10 is asking you -- Which breakfast restaurant in your neighborhood celebrates Halloween?  Does the staff dress up in costume?  And are there lots of Halloween decorations?  

If so, we want to know about it.

Email us  the name of that restaurant at writer@news10.net.

We'll pick two restaurants out of those submittals, and then you'll get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Dan Elliott will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Halloween - Friday, October 31.

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Paint and Sip Art Class: Oak Tree

Paint and Sip Art Class: Oak Tree
Paint and Sip Art Class: Oak Tree
10-16-2014 - 10-16-2014
The Painted Cork (Folsom)
https://paintedcork.com/calendar/all-classes/eventdetail/1792/-/oak-tree-date-night-paint-your-own-or-combine-your-scene-with-your-partner
Admission: $35 *Please arrive 20 minutes early to check in and save your seat
 
(916) 442-2675
contact@paintedcork.com
https://paintedcork.com/calendar/all-classes/eventdetail/1792/-/oak-tree-date-night-paint-your-own-or-combine-your-scene-with-your-partner
Start Time(s): Thurs 6pm-8pm *Please arrive 20 minutes early to check in and save your seat
Ever wanted to discover your inner Picasso? Grab a bottle of wine, pack a picnic, and join The Painted Cork! 
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Spooktacular Treats for Halloween

Spooktacular Treats for Halloween

Megan Myers

Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. Dressing up in costume is so much fun, and now that I have kids, the whole family really gets into it. Yep, we’re one of those families who does a group costume! It’s such a fun way to get everyone involved and make the day a little more special. Another way to add fun to the day? Spooky foods!... Read More

Caltrans equips fleet with high-tech devices

Caltrans equips fleet with high-tech devices


SACRAMENTO (AP) - California's transportation agency is spending $2.5 million to update its fleet of vehicles with high-tech gear.

The Sacramento Bee reported Saturday that Caltrans is installing GPS tracking devices on its 7,500 sedans, snow plows, trucks and other vehicles. The devices will report where vehicles are traveling, how long they idle and their speed among other things.

The devices will also track which employee is driving.

In July, the California Highway Patrol found a stolen Caltrans vehicle and arrested a thief within an hour of it going missing because of a GPS tracking device.

The devices cost $2.5 million and Caltrans will spend another $1.5 million on a reporting system annually.


Community Sponsors

2014 Fall Colors Open Studios Art Tour

2014 Fall Colors Open Studios Art Tour

The Center for the Arts presents

Fall Colors Open Studios Art Tour of Nevada County

October 4-5, and 11-12, 10:AM to 5:00PM

Open House Preview Event: Thursday, October 2, 6:00 to 9:00PM

Preview Exhibition at The Center Galleries: October 2 – 12

Click HERE to download our printable TOUR GUIDE.

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Start your tour at The Center for the Arts

Artist Reception is Thursday, October 2, 6:00 to 9:00PM

Preview Exhibit October 2 – 20

Meet the artists, view their work, plan your tour, buy art, preview upcoming shows, youth workshops, and support The Center for the Arts and our community . The Center is located at 314 West Main Street in downtown Grass Valley.

Historic Packard Library to be transformed into a Haunted Hotel Attraction

Historic Packard Library to be transformed into a  Haunted Hotel Attraction

Sutter-Yuba Friday Night Live and Valley of Shadows Entertainment are hosting the Haunted Hotel Attraction October, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25 and on Halloween Night, October 31st during Marysville's Scarysville

This year’s Haunted House, themed as the Haunted Hotel Attraction, will provide the scariest of the scary on three floors of the building, which have come to be known as the three floors of terror.  Once inside this maze of terror guests will come face-to-face with amazing frights with characters portrayed by many of the students and adults from the Yuba/Sutter area.  It is advised that anyone under the age of 12 should be accompanied by an adult.  Admission into the Haunted Hotel is $5 per person.  The address is 301- 4th Street, Marysville.

Dates of performances:

- Friday        10/10 -  5:30 – 10:30PM

What to Make This Week

What to Make This Week

Megan Myers

Cooking a good meal at home doesn’t have to be difficult, especially when we’ve taken all the guesswork out of meal planning for you. Make these recipes for the entrée or to round out your main dishes this week... Read More