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Citrus Heights News Briefs: water, obituary, arrest, Marie Callender’s

Latest local news briefs include an obituary for a former Citrus Heights Police Department volunteer, a local man arrested after an out-of-area collision, residents at a local mobile home park left without reliable water for days, and more.

Water restored at Citrus Heights mobile home park
Residents at the Lakeview Village mobile home park had running water again on Tuesday, after a broken water main left the park without reliable water for five days, according to KCRA 3. The 135-acre mobile home park is a 55+ community, tucked away off Van Maren Lane. A spokesperson for the Citrus Heights Water District told The Sentinel that the park is served by another agency. (See KCRA video)

Citrus Heights man arrested in Napa collision; DUI suspected
A Citrus Heights man was arrested last weekend after he rammed into a Jeep that was stopped at a highway intersection in Napa, The Napa Valley Register reported. The 29-year-old driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI. Minor injuries were reported for both parties involved. (See story)

Obituary: Kazumi “Corki” Kurita (1921-2019)
Kazumi Kurita, a Sacramento resident and former volunteer for the Citrus Heights Police Department, died last month at age 98. An obituary published on Jan. 12 in The Sacramento Bee said she enjoyed dancing, travel, and spending time with family and friends. She is survived by three children and three grandchildren. (See full obituary)

Former manager at Citrus Heights Marie Callender’s helps re-open Modesto restaurant
ABC 10 reported Monday that a Marie Callender’s restaurant in Modesto has re-opened, with the help of a manager from the restaurant chain’s former Citrus Heights location. The restaurant’s Facebook page announced the “grand re-opening” on Jan. 10, saying the restaurant was “back by popular demand.” (See ABC 10 article)

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