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Horoscope, Sunday, November 29, 2015

Sun and Saturn Conjunct One reason the human species has changed much more than other animals who have shared the Earth with us for the last few hundred thousand years is that humans are perpetually dissatisfied. It’s a survival instinct that has kept us striving, solving problems, trying to improve. Sun conjunct Saturn suggests you […]

Horoscopes, Saturcay, November 28, 2015

Sun/Moon Quandary The Sagittarius sun has one idea about how to spend the hours — investigating foreign territory, taking in the world, expanding our minds — while the Cancer moon’s urgings are to stay home with all the creature comforts. Somewhere in the middle of those two prerogatives will be a lovely, balanced day. ARIES […]

Horoscopes, Friday, November 27, 2105

Comfort Moon The conflict between Saturn and Neptune still lingers somewhere “out there,” or at least our imaginations would have us believe it. The Cancer moon, which is the cosmic equivalent of comfort food, will entice many to spend the evening at home with things known to bring a cozy feeling. ARIES (March 21-April 19). […]

Peter H. Beese

Oct. 3, 1934 — Nov. 14, 2015 Peter Heinrich Beese, 81, died peacefully at home under the loving care of hospice on Nov. 14, 2015, following a five-year battle with bladder cancer. He leaves his loving wife of almost 37 years, Michelle (Dwyer) Beese; daughter, Loraine Jennings of Boulder, Colo.; son, Jeffrey Beese and his […]

Diana Kay Clarke

July 1, 1947 — Nov. 16, 2015 My lovely and sweet wife of 34 years joined our savior in heaven after a three-month battle with brain cancer on Monday, Nov. 16, 2015, at her home in Cameron Park, Calif., surrounded by family. She was preceded in death by her parents, Leo and Dorothy Rhoades of Placerville, […]

My Turn: Presidents and Thanksgiving

Responding to a request from Congress, President George Washington issued our nation’s first Thanksgiving proclamation in 1789. Only in the midst of the crucible of civil war, however, did presidential proclamations of Thanksgiving become customary. Every year since 1863 our chief executives have urged Americans to recognize God’s bounty and blessings on the fourth Thursday in […]

Charley Krauthammer: Obama’s phony war

Tell me: What’s a suicide bomber doing with a passport? He’s not going anywhere. And, though I’m not a religious scholar, I doubt that a passport is required in paradise for a martyr to access his 72 black-eyed virgins. A Syrian passport was found near the body of one of the terrorists. Why was it […]

Horoscope, Thursday, November 26, 2015

Saturn and Neptune Opportunity The positions of Saturn and Neptune suggest that some things we thought could be accomplished through straightforward efforts will require a different level of skill than anticipated. This could be more stress than it’s worth. Try and see it as an opportunity to recognize the basics that really matter — togetherness, […]

Horoscope, Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Gemini Full Moon The full moon in Gemini goes well with family visits. Everyone is in a chatty, festive mood and preparations for Thanksgiving could be even more fun than the main event. There’s a smoothness and ease that goes along with this air sign lunar influence that’s a natural fit for turning out some […]

Henry Samaniego

March 25, 1923 — Nov. 13, 2015 Henry Samaniego passed away peacefully in Placerville, Calif., on Nov. 13, 2015. He was the beloved husband of 66 years to Jessie “Samie;” loving father of Steve (Kim) Samaniego, Jim (Bonnie) Samaniego, Tim (Becky) Samaniego, Stacey (Rich) Marshall, Henrietta (Earle) Trimble and Margo (Pat) Mc Clellan; devoted grandfather […]

Harry Jamieson Borde

Jan. 19, 1920 — Nov. 14, 2015 Harry J. Borde passed away peacefully on Nov. 14, 2015. He was preceded in death by his wives, Dulce Holloway Borde and Anne Goche Borde. He leaves behind two daughters, two grandsons, three great-grandsons, two nieces, one nephew and many close friends. Harry was born and raised in […]

John Stossel: Anti-liberty politicians

After a terrorist attack, it’s natural to ask: What can politicians do to keep us safe? One thing they could do is actually focus on keeping us safe rather than devoting so much time, energy and hot air to the many things government does instead of protecting lives and property. My state’s politicians are particularly […]

Gerald “Jerry” E. Martin

Jan. 1, 1929 — Nov. 13, 2015 Gerald E. Martin served in the U.S. Army followed by a 30-year career with Cal-Trans, from where he retired. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Carole Martin; daughter, Cyndi (Joel) Espinoza; son, Robert (Susan) Martin; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death […]

Kathryn Elaine Morris

March 22, 1930 — Nov. 18, 2015 Kathryn Elaine Morris, born to Charles A. and Mary M. Wesbrook on March 22, 1930 in Chico, Calif., passed peacefully at home in El Dorado, Calif., on Nov. 18, 2015. She was a sixth-generation Californian descended from early Gold Rush pioneers. She attended Chico High and Chico State […]

Horoscope, Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Full Moon Pre-Show Mercury and Saturn align to bring luck to this day before the full moon in Gemini. This alignment suggests that we think as far outside of our comfort zones as possible. The more you can stretch yourself, the better off you’ll be. Sagittarius is the energy of a global perspective, which occurs […]

Horoscope, Monday, November 23, 2015

Sagittarius Sun Agenda The Scorpio sun was a constant reminder that in the blink of an eye, everything can change. The Sagittarius sun flips the idea by visiting new topics and insisting that change happens because we seek out what’s novel and crave all things fresh. The Sagittarius sun will be your guide to starting […]

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