The geographical location of the grandparent’s residence and the distance from the child’s residence The child’s and parents’ available time, including schedules for employment, school, holidays and vacations The child’s age Any wishes of the child, as expressed in chambers The child’s health and safety The availability of time for the child to be with his or her siblings The mental and physical health of all parties The willingness of the grandparent to reschedule missed visitation Any conviction of the grandparent or guilty plea by the grandparent involving a crime of child abuse or child neglect The wishes and concerns of the parents as expressed to the court Any other factor in the best interest of the child.
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Banner Mountain and Cascade Shores residents fill Rood Center to hear about wildfire preparedness
NEVADA CITY, Calif. May 23, 2019 – Wildfire preparedness and evacuation options are on everyone’s mind. The Nevada County BOS Chamber was over capacity last evening with the overflow crowd of Cascade Shores and Banner Mountain residents filling the foyer and a conference room at the Nevada County Rood Center Organized by the Friends of Banner Mountain and the Cascade Shores Firewise Association, the presentation by local and state agencies laid out the harsh reality of living in high fire hazard zones and what it takes to be as ready as possible when a fire threatens lives. An NCTV video of the meeting is available at the end of this story. Advertisement The program was moderated by Andrew Wilkinson, with Jeff Peach and Kent Rees representing Friends of Banner Mountain and Cascade Shores…
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St. Helena, CA April 26, 2019 – After a thorough investigation, CAL FIRE Law Enforcement Officers have determined that the 2018 Pawnee Fire that burned 15,185 acres in Lake County, CA was sparked by target shooting. Investigators were dispatched as part of the initial response to the Pawnee Fire and immediately began working to determine the origin and cause of the fire. The ensuing investigation uncovered evidence that target shooting sparked the fire on June 23, 2018. CAL FIRE was assisted during the course of the investigation by the Lake County Sheriff’s Department, Lake County District Attorney’s Office, Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department, and Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety Don’t let target shooting end with a…
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