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Makin' bacon

Charlie Cook learned years ago the way to a pig's heart is through its stomach - which is, it turns out, remarkably similar to a human's: it loves ice cream. "My mother had an ice ...

Supervisors give Ollar-Burris the boot

The Placer County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to remove Auburn real estate broker Michelle Ollar-Burris from her position as District 5 planning commissioner Tuesday. O ...

Account to help family of girl on life support

Neighbors and friends of a Granite Bay girl who was seriously injured in a hit-and-run Wednesday have set up an account to help the family with expenses. Courtney Parker, 15, was w ...

Dental implants make a difference

Like many baby boomers, Diana Arndt needed dental work due to an accident as a teenager. "I couldn't enjoy food as much as I used to, especially fruits and nuts, which I love," she ...

Eureka Ridge at a glance

Edible Arrangements 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday Closed Sunday This year-old franchise is known for its healthy, colorful alternatives to bringi ...

Denio's celebrates 60th anniversary

Denio's Roseville Farmers Market and Swap Meet celebrates its 60th year in the same location and under the same family ownership this month. In 1947, Jim Denio began selling produc ...

Girl Scout participation helps fight summer boredom

Summer is in full swing and most likely your daughter is now free from homework and school for at least a few weeks. The days are getting longer and you're bound to hear the famous ...

Calendar of events

n The Roseville Elks Lodge 2248 will sponsor a Flag Day ceremony at 10 a.m. Thursday in front of City Hall on Vernon Street in Downtown Roseville. The Roseville Emblem Club No. 407 ...

San Juan Water District to study groundwater

Officials from the San Juan Water District, which serves Granite Bay, recently approved a proposal to conduct a groundwater study within its retail service area. The study will hel ...

Several new principals will greet local students this fall

New faces in high places will be greeting some students returning to area schools for the next school year. School boards in the Dry Creek, Roseville City and Roseville Joint Union ...