Editorials

Our View: Lessons from Marina Keegan

I tend to read the way I think most people do — infrequently and rapidly. Infrequently, because I’m too busy keeping up with the everyday writings of my Facebook friend ...

Our View: Life lessons from the chef

Some insights come from unexpected places. I spent Saturday night having dinner at Tess’s Kitchen Store in Grass Valley with Chef Alan Tangren, a culinary craftsman who for ...

Oakmont High School Class of 2014 Graduation

Oakmont High School graduated 400 seniors Friday night in the Class of 2014.

Another View: Latest BDCP unclear, incomplete and unacceptable

A guest commentary from Roseville's Mayor, Susan Rohan.  On behalf of the Roseville City Council, I wanted to provide an update on where the City of Roseville is in respo ...

Another View: Koinonia’s unknown mission matters

In 2011, nearly 7 million adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 drank alcohol; five million used an illicit drug; and nearly 3 million smoked cigarettes. Another 6 million you ...

Our View: Travels, troubles and tuning out

If John Steinbeck were alive today and again took his epic drive that resulted in the book, “Travels with Charley: in search of America,” he would probably be haunted b ...

Our View: Premium flights in an era of suspended gang ops

Some sounds don’t fade away. Roseville’s gunfight on Oct. 25, 2013 remains a lucid memory for those who witnessed it. If I close my eyes, I can still hear the spitfire ...

Our View: ‘Drug wars,’ death epidemics and staring into the sun

The most difficult thing about reporting on methamphetamine and heroin addiction — and the violence, victimization and disintegration rooted in their essence — is ...

Our View: When lost in lifting peaks and data-driven jungles

Part of life in Placer County is existing near the edge of true wilderness; and that’s a connection we shouldn’t forget amidst the new digital wilderness that’s b ...

Our View: Eulogizing the Editor

Her body was laid on the pool table of a darkened bar on Judah Street. Her eyes were closed. Her arms were folded across her chest. No mortician in South Placer could have fixed a ...