Good morning, North State. Here's what you need to know to start your day on Oct 13.
PG&E representatives will be at Paradise's Building Resiliency Center
Starting today, PG&E will be at the town of Paradise's Building Resiliency Center. Every Tuesday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. It’s part of an effort to re-establish energy services for rebuilt homes and businesses recovering from wildfires. Representatives with PG&E will be in the blue van in the parking lot of the BRC, located at 6295 Skyway. Visitors are asked to wear a mask and follow social distancing guidelines while in line and being served. PG&E said its employees will wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines. A plexiglass barrier will be in place for added protection.
Ridgeview High School to receive $20K grant for rebuild
One local school is set to receive a grant to help rebuild after the Camp Fire. Ridgeview high school in Magalia is receiving $20,000 to rebuild the school library and restock the books and technology destroyed in the fire. The award will be presented at 10:45 a.m. Tuesday at Ridgeview high school.
The first of a series of events designed to gather input on providing healthy options for the community is happening today. The organization 'Healthy Shasta' is looking at improving access to local, healthy foods. There will be seven sessions over the next three days: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. You can find all the information you need to register online, click here.
Today is day two of Judge Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearing. The Senate judiciary committee will question Judge Barrett. She could be asked about her past statements on abortion and the role of precedent, as well as her views on an upcoming case over the affordable care act. Click here to watch.