Editorials

Bigger, bolder, better news coverage ahead

In one week, this newspaper will embark on a change that is geared to benefit our readers, our advertisers and the community at large.  June 8, we are moving to become a Frida ...

Social media unites childhood clan

There have been many times, in person and print, where I have shared my opinion of how the world of social media has had its share of negative effects on our lives today. However, ...

Say hello to your ever trusty bike

Vic Freeman doesn’t need to be told that May is National Bike Month to jump on his 18-year-old bike. The Placer County resident, now 84, has been riding his preferred transp ...

Tribune to expand weekly news content

Over the last several months, we have made many changes to the focus of our coverage here in the South Placer region. As we have worked diligently to focus on getting back to comm ...

Yes, I was a Denio’s kid

It was a jingle and a slogan in one for the ages, “I don’t want to grow up, I’m a Toys R Us Kid.” For me, I didn’t spend a great deal of time in the f ...

Make May 3 a good day for nonprofits

Fulfilling a nonprofit organization’s mission, especially for volunteer organizations, can be overwhelming when members also have to worry about raising significant amounts o ...

Thank you, Roseville!

In recent weeks, we’ve been listening more than ever before.  What we heard gives us confidence that we can improve your Roseville Press Tribune.  We have reached o ...

Helping Placer Law Enforcement Chaplaincy help us

Imagine having to knock on someone’s door at 2 a.m. to tell them their loved one was in a fatal accident or in a homicide. The lives of those inside the house will be foreve ...

Our local history is important

It’s not breaking news that this great city of Roseville has grown immensely since it was first incorporated back in 1909.  What began as a stage coach station that saw ...

Let's together end human trafficking

Human trafficking is a problem in Placer County. That was the name of our four-part human trafficking series that ends today and we learned that it’s a bigger problem than w ...

Positive change yields positive response

Last week on the front page of our newspaper and in two different editorials there was much ado about our renewed focus here at the Press Tribune. That issue of the newspaper featu ...

Every case of human trafficking in Placer County is too much

Many residents say the two don’t go together. They say that trafficking is nonexistent here. They think that it only occurs in areas with inner cities, such as Sacramento or ...

Bringing back community to your newspaper

Awhile back I had written a column in the Roseville Press Tribune, and our others in the region, asking for input as to what they wanted on the pages of their local newspaper. One ...

Room for improvement

In the coming weeks, The Press Tribune will take steps to increase local story counts, increase local photos and build a bigger, better, bolder local newspaper. Our staff hears the ...

Our View: Back to Fridays

           Remember this being a Friday morning paper? We’re going back to that.         ...