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Roseville’s Stone House has a dark legacy
Thursday Oct 30 2014
Many cities have their own urban legends or folklore about haunted cemeteries or old, abandoned houses; and while such stories are often conjured by partial truths and overactive i ...
Roseville mourns loss of revered local historian
Thursday Oct 23 2014
It’s almost a matter of record that no one knew Roseville quite like Leonard “Duke” Davis did. Modest though he was, his friends say, the city’s lifelong bo ...
1909 dynamiting of Roseville post office was a CSI breakthrough
Friday Sep 19 2014
On Feb. 25, 1909, Roseville Post Master H.C. Tripett came to work to discover the postal safe had not only been robbed, but destroyed. “Safe Crackers,” as they were the ...
A murder unremembered: Rocklin Cemetery holds a dark tale
Wednesday Aug 20 2014
Situated under a large oak tree in the Rocklin cemetery sits the Chateau family plot. This little obelisk which marks the spot where many of the Chateaus are buried does not have a ...
Remembering Roy Gardner’s heist in Roseville
Thursday Jun 26 2014
Not since the infamous “gentleman bandit” Black Bart had the west coast seen anyone quite like Roy Gardner; and the city of Roseville would face off with him before his ...
Legacy: A look back at Ansel Adams’ work in Rocklin
Wednesday Jun 18 2014
Rocklin in 1962 looked like an all-American railroad city, and one of the most famous photographers in the history of California captured that moment through the power of his lens. ...
Roseville rail yard explosion revisited
Thursday May 29 2014
It was the morning of April 28, 1973, when Phoebe Astill was violently awakened from her sleep, having been thrown literally out of bed by a terrible concussion that rocked her hou ...
It’s official. Mountain Quarries Railroad Bridge now a California Historical Landmark
Sunday Mar 30 2014
Newly minted as a California Historical Landmark and with a gleaming plaque to prove it, the Mountain Quarries Railroad Bridge is 102 years old and far from sagging under the weigh ...
Auburn Masons to allow rare public peek at inner sanctum
Tuesday Mar 25 2014
With Gold Rush roots and a charter dated Nov. 7, 1851, Auburn’s Masonic Lodge is getting ready to celebrate renovations on its Downtown Auburn hall that retain and enha ...
Media Life: Wild Willie Slade's 1970 hoax inspires Ophir Prison Marching Band
Friday Mar 21 2014
A humbug can be defined as a hoax meant in jest. Journey with us now to the days of yore – actually the late 1960s and early 1970s – to learn about one of the ...
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