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Beat hasty retreat to view SLO animals

California's central coast offers family fun both in and outdoors. Many are familiar with the Hearst Castle and missions of San Simeon and San Luis Obispo, but there is also thrivi ...

'The Waitress' will leave you hungry for more pie

You'll want to do one of three things after you see "Waitress:" eat a pie, bake a pie or sing a song about pie (because you won't be able to get a certain pie ditty out of your hea ...

Tentative agreement for Roseville teachers, district

The Roseville City School District and its teachers union have come to a tentative agreement on a cost-of-living adjustment, the primary sticking point in negotiations that dragged ...

Armed robbery at Roseville bank

A Thursday morning bank robbery in Roseville has caused officials at the Auburn branch of U.S. Bank to take extra precautions, including letting only one customer in the bank at a ...

Development center finds new digs in Roseville

The Sierra College Small Business Development Center has moved from Auburn to Roseville, but that won't mean a cut in services for the foothills. Counseling and training will be he ...

Business briefs

Biasotti joins top financial advisers Financial planner and investment advisor representative James Biasotti was recently recognized as a member of the Summit Club at Transamerica ...

Power Partner program launched

Roseville Electric is launching a volunteer residential program that pays customers to help enhance system reliability and keep rates low by cycling on and off air conditioners on ...

Application deadline June 1 for spots on two city commissions

City Council last week approved two new positions on the Public Utilities Commission and the Transportation Com-mission to accommodate the growing interest in residents who wish to ...

Experts: Too soon for 'D' word

One dry winter doesn't mean a drought. But Northern Sierra snow water equivalents at 27 percent of normal for this date, according to the California Department of Water Resour-ces ...

Ground broken for new fire station

South Placer Fire Chief Tony Corado had his tongue firmly planted in his cheek while he addressed the crowd last Tuesday. "We're here to do a ground-breaking, and the ground is don ...