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Marysville Appeal Democrat (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Marysville, California To preview what will be the new Black this summer entertainment wednesday june 3,2015 Marysville Yuba City California 24 pages online single copy 75c blood splatter duct tape Tarp cited in murder Case by Monica Vaughan Vaughan Appeal Democrat. Com blood splatter was found on the Walls of a Shower in the Home of a woman accused of shooting her husband in the head and then burying his body according to court documents. Officials have so far declined to provide additional information about the investigation of the death of Juan Miguel Rodriguez but court documents filed tuesday provided some details about How detectives came to arrest Monica k. Rodriguez on saturday nearly eight months after her husband turn to Case ia2 a memorial to Juan Rodriguez sits on a pallet above a shallow grave where his body was found at the Edge of an Orchard about 300 Yards off country club Road in Olivehurst Kirk Barron her welcoming warmth drought watch usage drops but work to do by Andrew Creasey Bhagwant Hothi asks her Barry elementary school second Grade class a question about it. Rushmore on thursday. Hothi is retiring at the end of the school year after teaching for 37 years at the school. Atter 37 years Barry teacher reflects on career Story and photos by Kirk Barron a Welcome sense of w warmth greets everyone who enters Bhagwant Hothir a second Grade classroom at Barry elementary school. The comfortable sense of caring is a reflection of a school and Community that welcomed Hothi when she began her teaching career in 1977, she said. Quot i Felt Happy Here. I Felt Safe. I Felt a connection with everyone a Hothi said. A whatever i needed they were there to support me. So i did t feel the need to after 37 years in a bams elementary classroom. Hothi is retiring at the end of the week ending a career that impacted hundreds of students. Adults can often Point to one teacher influences editor s note this is the first of a multiparty series about local teachers who have Over the course of their careers influenced their students lives. W Ith whom they discovered that learning can be fun and who inspired a curiosity about the world. For Many. Hothi was that teacher. Joy is perceptible in Hothir a voice when she talks about seeing her former students especially the ones who have children attending Barry elementary and her class. A when they come to parties or on Field trips you sa1 How they handle their Hothi said. A a it a reassuring to see them become who you want them to be. Which is responsible adults in Lucinda Freitas Samra. 29. Is one such former student. Her daughter. Nayeli 8, is in Hothir a final second Grade class. Quot she is very passionate and you can Tell she really cares about the Freitas Samra said. A she knows w hat the kids Are capable of and she pushes As an adult. Freitas Samra was Able to watch How Hothi leads her classroom throughout the year building a connection with the students before challenging them in a Way that brings out their Best turn to Barry i As at South Lindhurst Story and photos by Kirk Barron com they came from varied Back rounds hut South Lindhurst tights class of 2015 demonstrated tenacity and resolve As they finished what they started. A we have a lot of kids who overcame a lot of adversity and a eally persevered to get to graduation a first year principal David lanes said of a class that had a 96 torrent attendance rate. Two of the graduates Weir Lith graders who earned their diplomas Early three did not let becoming a Parent Stop them from getting their education and everyone overcame their own la Ronal hurdles. Jones said. A total of 44 students gradual tin from South Lindhurst. A con ulu lation school in Olivehurst and for Many it was a proud and freeing moment. Karisa Zinda was one of three commencement speakers and turn to grads a3 South Lindhurst High science teacher Meaghan Garrison greets Brian Fuentes 18. Who is holding his 3-month-old daughter Valena Fuentes As he walks Down the aisle with Ingrid Guevara 19 during the knights commencement Celebration tuesday at the Lindhurst High gymnasium in Down inside drought defies easy solutions in d c Page a12 water conservation in april was much improved Over March but most local water providers still have a Long ways to go to meet state mandated water cutbacks. The Olivehurst Public Utility District led the Region in water conservation. With a 24 percent reduction in water use compared to 2013. Linda county water District con served the least reducing water consumption by 15 percent. Of the other local agencies. Marysville residents Cut Back w Ater use by 16 percent and Yuba City residents reduced water use by 19 percent Marysville residents used the least amount of water per Day by far. Using an estimated 81 gallon per capita per Day Linda county water District customers used the most water. An estimated 125 Gallons Lier capita it Day Yuba City was not far behind w Ith customers using 123 Gallons per capita per Day. Opus customers used an estimated 118 Gallons per capita per Day. When it comes to meeting state mandated water cuts. Marysville residents have the shortest path needing to reduce usage by another 8 percentage turn to usage a3weather, Index High 86iow 56 cd Wei a2 nation., a7 classic is by obituaries. As comics. Btl politics. Is Cross Ord. By i Cut aft 81 dear Abby. All state. A Enteria moment a10 weather. A12 forum a4 world. A1 a a Lal in vol. In a no. 154 Omi 186 a please Recycle this newspaper after Reading Panas to c four Sutter 4x100 ready for state by t

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