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Battling the bugs

With trailers that house some office space and a laboratory in a temporary location near the waste water treatment plant in Lincoln, employees of the Placer Mosquito and Vector Con ...

Celebrate motherhood second Sunday in May

Carrie Hyatt's perfect Mother's Day gift was delivered at 8:48 a.m. Thursday. She admits she was very happy to finally hold it; she had been carrying it for quite some time. Hyatt, ...

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 ...

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 ...

New principal, name for West Placer school

West Placer Middle School is no longer. Well, sort of. The school, under construction at 8779 Cook Riolo Road in Roseville, last week shed its working title in favor of a snappier ...

Local man issues funding challenge

A local businessman is challenging the community to step up to the plate when it comes to funding local schools. James Roe has high hopes for a nascent pilot program he's dubbed "L ...

News and notes

Editor's note: The Press-Tribune is launching an expanded education briefs section to highlight what's going on at local schools. School News & Notes will feature a breakdown of no ...

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