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A healthy start for these students

To anyone out of the loop, it must have been an odd sight: nearly 100 Oakmont High School students anxiously awaiting an unmarked white big-rig filled with hospital equipment. Hosp ...

Teen concerns subject of seminar

Kati Foley thought there were some issues people in Roseville and Granite Bay didn't seem to talk about. "For Girl Scouts, she had to do more than 100 hours of community service an ...

Dry Creek to vote on boundary plan Thursday

Call it the price of progress: because of a new school opening, the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District is considering changing elementary student attendance boundaries. At ...

Preparing for the worst

David Benson says they made a movie about his house. "It was called 'A River Runs Through It,'" he said. The Champion Oaks Drive resident was sheathing his garage Monday in a prot ...

Man in custody on bank robbery charge

When ya gotta go, ya gotta go. A bathroom break landed David Paul Trewartha, 39, of Auburn in jail after Roseville police arrested him shortly after 11 a.m. Monday, saying he was t ...

Renowned healer now a patient

The healer sits, his body wracked by pain, his sight and hearing diminished. He has lost weight of late, since his condition accelerated and insulin-induced cirrhosis has severely ...

Money, ethics key issues in 4th District

Seeking his ninth two-year term representing the Fourth District in Congress, Rep. John Doolittle, R-Roseville, had a $300,000 campaign war chest at the end of 2005 - easily eclips ...

Chambers takes another run at governor

At first glance, Bill Chambers represents the mold of an everyday guy. A 28-year employee of the railroad, the Union Pacific switchman will celebrate his 30th wedding anniversary ...

Swede deal

To the converted, you only need to say three words: IKEA is here. The Swedish furniture company is opening its 27th IKEA store in the United States today in West Sacramento. Known ...

A healthy start for these students

To anyone out of the loop, it must have been an odd sight: nearly 100 Oakmont High School students anxiously awaiting an unmarked white big-rig filled with hospital equipment. Hosp ...