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Four-term Citrus Heights councilman passes away

By Mike Hazlip— Steve Miller, who was elected to represent Citrus Heights on the San Juan school board just five months ago after serving for 17 years on the City Council, died unexpectedly on Saturday, March 25.

Union-backed candidates lost all school board races in Citrus Heights. What happened?

By Sara Beth Williams– Three of the four school board candidates backed by the San Juan Teachers Association lost in their bids to win or keep their seats on the San Juan Unified School District’s governing board in…

School Board: Who’s running in San Juan Unified School District?

By Phillip Pesola– Ten candidates are running for four seats on the San Juan Unified School District Board of Education in the Nov. 8, 2022, election. Trustee areas three, five, six, and seven are up for election, with…

Citrus Heights vice mayor, mayor split on school board endorsements

Sentinel staff report– In the three-way race for a newly created school board seat covering the majority of Citrus Heights, the city’s mayor and vice mayor are split on who to recommend for the seat.

Citrus Heights dad, son share passion for community service

By Mike Hazlip– Community service has always been a part of family life for Citrus Heights Councilman Steve Miller and his son Travis, who serves as an athletic director at Mesa Verde High School.

Citrus Heights mayor gets specific on problems, future of city

By Mike Hazlip– Citrus Heights Mayor Steve Miller gave a half-hour presentation to a neighborhood group Tuesday night which included answering a wide range of resident questions.

Citrus Heights cemetery expanding, amid uptick in deaths

By Mike Hazlip— Calvary Cemetery & Funeral Center in Citrus Heights broke ground Wednesday on a new, 21,000-square-foot funeral center that will take more than a year to complete. Bishop Jaime Soto gave a blessing over the land…

Citrus Heights council picks new mayor, vice mayor in split 3-2 vote

In an unusual 3-2 vote Thursday night the Citrus Heights City Council voted for Steve Miller and Porsche Middleton to serve one-year terms as the city’s mayor and vice mayor, respectively.

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Guest Opinion: Measure M will make Citrus Heights stronger, safer

By Steve Miller– This November 3rd Citrus Heights voters will be asked to make one of the most important decisions since we voted to become a city.

Citrus Heights News Briefs: obituary, sales tax, Sunrise Mall, water shutoffs

Latest local news briefs include the temporary closure of Sunrise Mall over coronavirus concerns, a transportation sales tax measure moving forward, the death of a 71-year-old former resident, and the Citrus Heights Water District announcing a decision to…