Archive for July, 2012

Financial discrepancy may benefit state parks

  Date Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

One day before Ruth Coleman, director of California State Parks, hurriedly quit her post amid financial turmoil, the Friends of China Camp (FOCC) announced that she had signed an agreement allowing the group to operate China Camp and spare it from being shut down.


Google Street View Adds California National Parks For Armchair Travel

  Date Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

This year alone, Google's Street View team has documented everything from Antarctica to the Amazon, but its latest addition is much closer to home: California’s national parks.


California Looking To Legalize Sports Bets

  Date Sunday, July 29th, 2012

If California lawmakers pass a controversial gambling measure now under consideration in Sacramento, the Golden State will join New Jersey in a bicoastal effort to overturn a 20-year-old partial federal ban on sports wagering. The measure would legalize


Former Oroville marina operator, state settle suit

  Date Saturday, July 28th, 2012

SACRAMENTO — A lawsuit simmering in Sacramento Superior Court since 2009 between the former operator of Bidwell Canyon Marina and California State Parks was recently settled, authorities said.


Former Oroville marina operator, state settle suit

  Date Saturday, July 28th, 2012

SACRAMENTO — A lawsuit simmering in Sacramento Superior Court since 2009 between the former operator of Bidwell Canyon Marina and California State Parks was recently settled, authorities said.