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Norse Notes receives CNPA grant money

Readers can expect even better photos from the student shutterbugs at Norse Notes, Oakmont High's student newspaper, after the publication was recently awarded an equipment grant b ...

Teaching a natural fit for Gates' Gebhardt

Editor's note: This is part of a weekly series that will run during the school year featuring the teachers who entice the minds of local children. To suggest a teacher for next yea ...

Father's Day favorites sure to be a hit

A year after my arrival to the U.S., I learned about Father's Day, and at first thought it was another ploy by retailers to sell more greeting cards and merchandise. But after beco ...

Shingle Springs shooter 'deranged'

ROSEVILLE - Authorities said Wednesday that they found 15 pounds of marijuana, multiple guns and a cache of ammunition at the home of a man suspected of shooting three El Dorado Co ...

The receiver gives

No more meetings. No more playbooks. No more brash, young wide receiver's dirty looks. Six months into full-blown retirement and full-time Roseville residency, Fred Biletnikoff - a ...

Whitney teacher charged with assault

A Rocklin teacher was cited for misdemeanor assault last week after allegedly shoving a student, causing him to fall down. Around 11 a.m. June 1, Rocklin police responded to a call ...

Jailbreak plan foiled for convict in Sun City case

A Placer County Jail inmate, who has pleaded guilty to a charge of attempting to kill a Roseville couple and setting their house on fire, reportedly plotted to escape. An informant ...

Grads greet their future

Shortly before Friday night's commencement exercises at Woodcreek High School, graduating senior Nhu Nguyen had yet to fully grasp it: Her days as a high school student were over. ...

District officials settling into new offices

After more than 25 years in the same location, the Roseville City School District has a new home, and it comes with plenty of room to grow on. Dozens of school officials and commun ...

Tigers to roar into Placer County Fair

Mike Inks is definitely a cat person. You'd have to be, when you spend most of your waking hours around 500-plus pound Bengal tigers. Inks is part of a crew from the Florida-based ...