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Steve Wallen Swim School comes to Roseville

There will be a new place to swim in Roseville by Aug. 20, pending construction delays. It will be the second location for the Steve Wallen Swim School at 10608 Industrial Ave, S ...

Roseville’s Samantha Bentley crowned United States of America's Miss California

After recently being crowned “United States of America’s Miss California 2019,” Roseville native Samantha Bentley 23, will compete for the USOAP beauty pageant in ...

Former Roseville city manager back as a Planning Commissioner

The former longtime Roseville City Manager Rob Jensen was thrust back into public office on Aug. 1 when Roseville City Council voted 4-1 to appoint Rob Jensen to the Roseville Plan ...

30 YEARS OF ROCKIN’

When it comes to famous rock ’n’ roll radio broadcasters in Northern California, Pat Martin is iconic. “The first song I ever played here at 98 Rock was Guns an ...

Roseville’s Tommy Kay gets under the hood

Roseville’s Tommy Kay, 19, has restored and modified cars since he was 14 years old. “The first car I worked on was a 1965 Dodge A100 with a buddy of mine,” Kay ...

Air quality a concern for Placer County possibly through October

As multiple wildfires continue to plague California this week, air quality is being compromised in Placer County. With fires such as the Mendocino Complex Fire burning itself into ...

Roseville home-explosion cause that kills 1 remains unknown

A suspicious house explosion occurred Tuesday morning in Roseville that left one father dead and his daughter temporarily hospitalized.. Killed in Tuesday’s house fire in we ...

Fires are our new norm

California is on fire. While the fires have dominated national news, we don’t need TV newscasters or the Wall Street Journal telling us that Northern California is ablaze. ...

Wildfires continue to rage, prompt air safety concerns

On Monday, smoke filled skies throughout the region continued to be a grim reminder of the onslaught of wildfires that continue to ravage areas throughout California. The Sacramen ...

Time to fix the DMV

At the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), state employees are sleeping on the job. Literally. A recent report revealed that one particular employee had a habit of sleeping severa ...

Looking Back, Loomis column

LOOKING BACK From our archives; compiled by Howard Stitt   10 Years Ago Aug. 21, 2008     Susan Hamada, a 1975 Del Oro High School graduate, is teachi ...

South Placer calendar, starting Aug. 10

Friday, Aug. 10 Yoga class is from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at the Loomis Train Depot, 5775 Horseshoe Bar Road, Loomis. Story Time is from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Fridays at the Loomis Library a ...

Loomis 'gas-pump' rage; Rash of Rocklin, Roseville battery thefts; More

July 25 Mitchell Anthony Meredith, 58, of Sacramento was arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft and possession of a controlled substance. The arrest took place in the 10500-block ...

Roseville City Council make strides with public library

Roseville City Council unanimously approved Wednesday buying media materials for the Roseville libraries in the amount of $50,000. The funding is included in the Fiscal Year 2018/1 ...

Hundreds line up for city’s Big Truck event

Roseville residents love their garbage trucks. The last Big Trucks summer event of the year Tuesday attracted hundreds of residents. The city of Roseville’s Solid Waste util ...