Cecile Juliette

Cecile Juliette produces and anchors Action News Now weekends at 6:00pm and 11:00pm Saturdays, and 5:00pm, and 6:00pm, and 11:00pm Sundays, and she reports stories that impact the people of the north state during the week.

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cjuliette@actionnewsnow.com

Cecile Juliette produces and anchors Action News Now weekends at 6:00pm and 11:00pm Saturdays, and 5:00pm, and 6:00pm, and 11:00pm Sundays, and she reports stories that impact the people of the north state during the week.

Cecile is a breaking news/social media junkie, and loves connecting with viewers via Twitter and Facebook.

She started her career in Austin behind the scenes at KXAN, then moved to Big Sky Country, where she produced and anchored Montana This Morning. From there, she went to western Colorado, where she was the main anchor at KJCT, and producer and reporter at KKCO. Then she moved to sunny northern California, and was amazed by the weather, natural beauty, and variety of locally-grown fruits and vegetables.

In her spare time, Cecile enjoys flyfishing, horseback riding, gardening, and spending time with family, friends, and her two cats Batman and Mizzou.

Recent Posts by Cecile Juliette

Neal Road Landfill busy with Camp Fire debris

Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility Deputy Director Todd Storti say the landfill will take 20 more years worth of solid waste before the dump is full.

Preparing for potential PG&E power outages

It is now wildfire season in Butte County and PG&E may cut power ahead of high fire danger.

Butte County deputy hospitalized after traffic stop

A Butte County deputy was hospitalized after a routine traffic stop turned violent.

Vietnam Veterans of America put on Camp Fire fundraiser

The Vietnam Veterans of America are spending the weekend hosting fundraisers for those impacted by the Camp Fire.

Chico veterans donate, pack food boxes for Camp Fire survivors

Veterans throughout Chico are rolling up their sleeves and pitching in to make sure Camp Fire survivors have enough to eat.

Officials, community members emphasize defensible safe practices during wildfire preparedness week

In an effort to promote safety leading up to wildfire season, Governor Gavin Newsom has declared May 5 -11 wildfire preparedness week.

The Miller Mansion: Its history and its future

Steeped in mystery, and part of Chico's unique history, restoration of the Miller Mansion has begun. However, the future of this property is not yet secured.

Chinook Salmon Spring-Run wraps up at One Mile Recreation Area

The Big Chico Creek Chinook Salmon Spring-Run is just wrapping up at One Mile Recreation Area.

Camp Fire survivor, son are first to move into tiny home

Luke and Colton Morrow have been living in shelters since the Camp Fire, and now they are moving into their own tiny home.

Gold Nugget Museum finds temporary home at Paradise Depot Museum

The Gold Nugget Museum burned in the Camp Fire, but the museum has a bright and bold new future.

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