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Citrus Heights News Briefs: obituary, coronavirus, arrest

Latest local news briefs include a Citrus Heights couple being arrested on their honeymoon in Hawaii, an obituary of a local resident, and a local salon owner considering reopening despite COVID-19 restrictions.

Salon owner considering reopening to pay bills
The owner of a salon in Citrus Heights told ABC 10 last week that she could be forced to reopen her business, if state restrictions aren’t lifted and if she can’t get pandemic unemployment benefits. “[Small businesses] have to survive,” she told the TV station. “They have kids to feed and bills to pay.” (See full story)

Obituary: Susan Emily McKenna (1950-2020)
Citrus Heights resident Susan “Susie” McKenna died peacefully at her home last month, on April 14. According to her obituary, McKenna graduated from Rio Linda High School in 1968 and later worked for The Toy Shop and JC Penny in Citrus Heights. A celebration of life will be held at a future date, in light of COVID-19 restrictions. (See full obituary)

Citrus Heights couple arrested for ‘flouting’ quarantine orders in Hawaii
A couple in their twenties from Citrus Heights who were on their honeymoon in Hawaii were arrested for allegedly violating the state’s 14-day quarantine orders, Hawaii News Now reported Friday. (See full story)

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