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Playing in the band

courtesy Four representatives from Olympus Junior High in Roseville attended the California All State Honor Band in Fresno last weekend. The event, organized by the California Band ...

Second victim of car collision dies

Another passenger involved in a Saturday, Feb. 24, car collision on Sunrise Avenue in front of the Spaghetti Factory died Tuesday, police said. Wilma Hauser, 88, of Roseville, one ...

Gaines wants guarantees before early election

As the state Assembly moves toward a vote on holding a February primary, Assemblyman Ted Gaines, R-Roseville said he wants legislation to clarify reimbursement plans for county ele ...

Man dies after driving vehicle into creek

A man who was found his upside-down vehicle in a Roseville creek Wednesday morning died later that afternoon, police officials said. Tony Raintimee, 21, of Sacramento was still in ...

Ozenick pleads no contest to hit-and-run driving

Former Placer County Supervisor Phil Ozenick pleaded no contest Friday to hit-and-run driving in county Superior Court. The incident was a minor non-injury collision in a parking l ...

On the right track

Touting its commitment to the environment, Union Pacific unveiled its newest fuel-efficient locomotive Thursday in Roseville's rail yard. The General Electric Co. Evolution Series ...

Bank robber arrested in Roseville

An Orangevale man, who was arrested Monday moments after allegedly robbing a Roseville bank, is a suspect in four other area bank robberies, authorities said. Jim Brian Smith, 26, ...

One dead, two hurt in weekend collision

An 86-year-old Rose-ville man died Saturday when the vehicle he was a passenger in was struck while pulling into a parking lot. Donald Everett Hoff-man was pronounced dead at the s ...

Diamond Creek rezone approved

Despite the wishes of hundreds of nearby residents who say the new plan is not what they bought into, Roseville City Council members last week unanimously ap-proved a 28-acre rezon ...

Job cuts in offing for Eureka district

Eureka Union School District trustees last week took their fist crack at narrowing a budget shortfall that has ballooned as student enrollment has drooped. Trustees at their Feb. 2 ...