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A new way to exercise

Forget the old medicine ball: Tru Fitness has an innovative new way to work out. You can still sweat, feel the burn and get a little winded as in a traditional workout, but the Tru ...

Local veteran to be honored at ceremony

Veterans and residents will gather Saturday for a commemorative ceremony for the Korean War. The event is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at the Korean War Memorial at Maidu Regiona ...

Fresh new look for a traditional festival

Summer is the time for lazy days, warm evenings, county fairs and carnivals. In rural communities throughout the nation, the fair is the biggest event of the summer. The Placer Cou ...

Firefighters stand down to train up for a day

Don't expect South Placer County fire stations to look today as pretty as they normally do. Firefighters in the South Placer Fire District are suspending all nonemergency activitie ...

City Council considers amendment to Galleria lease

The Galleria at Roseville is ever closer to becoming much bigger. Planning Department officials have put forward an amendment to the city's lease of the Galleria with Westfield Ame ...

Saying goodbye

A Vencil Brown Elementary School crossing guard used to giving students a little special attention found the tables turned earlier this month. The entire student body turned out Ju ...

Bound for science camp

They may only be incoming eighth-graders, but a group of local middle schoolers are about to become elite university students - if only for a week. Seven area middle school student ...

Taco the town

This is one in a series of articles The Press-Tribune will run in the coming year about the history of Roseville. The articles focus on the people and places of the community in th ...

Translation issues slow murder case

Defense attorneys asked Judge Robert P. Melhany to allow two translators in the murder case of 15-month-old Hannah Rose Juceam. Public Defender Leonard Tauman on Tuesday expressed ...

Father, son plead guilty to wire fraud

Larry Joe Wells and his son, Jeffrey Wells, pleaded guilty Monday in Sacramento federal court for their roles in the theft of $2 million from SureWest Communications. Jeffrey Wells ...