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Weekend catch-up: 7 stories you don't want to miss

Sacramento Bee staff

Sherri Papini's sister shares family's grief

Sherri Papini, a young mother from the Redding area, went missing earlier this month while jogging. Her sister Sheila is trying to cope.
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Sherri Papini, a young mother from the Redding area, went missing earlier this month while jogging. Her sister Sheila is trying to cope.

Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.

1) Sherri Papini’s family holds out hope in missing ‘supermom’ case

Tje 34-year-old mother vanished after going on a jog Nov. 2. She left behind a husband and two children – a 4-year-old girl and a 2-year-old boy.

Sherri Papini, a young mother from the Redding area, went missing earlier this month while jogging. Her sister Sheila is trying to cope.

2) Sacramento may ask pot growers to give 1 percent to neighborhoods

Continuing a nearly yearlong debate, the Sacramento City Council on Tuesday will once again consider how marijuana could legally be grown in Sacramento, and who would profit.

Proposition 64 establishes one ounce of marijuana, or 8 grams of cannabis concentrates, as the legal limit for recreational pot possession for adults over the age of 21. Here are examples of actual amounts of products someone could carry now that



3) Is Sites Reservoir a savior for the Sacramento Valley – or a Delta tunnels project in disguise?

An hour north of Sacramento, in a ghost town tucked into a remote mountain valley, California is poised to build a massive new reservoir – a water project of a size that hasn’t been undertaken since Jerry Brown’s first stint as governor in the 1970s.

Mary Wells raised a family in a mountain valley near Maxwell north of Sacramento. Find out why she supports building a reservoir that would leave her family's land deep under water.

4) A talker: This is how a Trump hater made peace with a Trump presidency

If observers thought they might see tension or an exhibition of hard feelings when President Obama and President-elect Trump had their first-ever meeting, on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016, in the Oval Office of the White House, they were wrong. Pledges

5) Popular on Twitter: Grant High keeps slain cornerback JJ Clavo’s memory alive

It was one year ago Sunday. While leaving campus for a quick meal before that evening’s scheduled postseason opener, JJ Clavo and four of his teammates were at a stoplight less than a mile away when a gunman shot into the car. JJ was hit in the neck. Malik Johnson took a bullet to the shoulder.

6) Editorial: California to Trump - America can’t afford for us to fail

The policies of President-elect Donald Trump and his Republican Congress don’t look good for California.

 

7) Popular on video:

Mark DiCamillo, director of the San Francisco-based Field Poll, on Nov. 10, 2016 explains problems that may have caused pollsters to miss Donald Trump's victory.

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