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Roseville youth learn firefighting skills

For the first time in five years, Roseville youth are getting to see first hand what it is like to be a firefighter. The Roseville Fire Department?s Summer Fire Camp for Kids beg ...

Celebrate the Fourth of July in Roseville

Roseville is going to be a busy place next week for the Fourth of July. There is no need to leave town as we will have something for patriots of all ages to enjoy.  Begin da ...

Folsom manhunt body identified

FOLSOM, CA - The man found dead near a trail in Folsom on Sunday has been identified as the husband of a woman murdered the same day in Mariposa County. Mariposa County Sheriff's D ...

Roseville couple finds their stroke

Sometimes it's so cold out the paddlers find themselves scraping ice off the seats of their canoes. Other times, they're roasting under the hot sun on a summer afternoon. Either w ...

Indie arts scene finds its voice

The independent arts scene in Roseville is burgeoning, thanks in part to local residents whose life - and professional - passion involves shining a spotlight on this community. On ...

Personal trainer hopes to inspire others, especially youth

For most of his young life, Sami Kader just wanted to be left alone. As an overweight child and teen, he didn't feel like he fit in with his peers. That might have been because th ...

Granite Bay author examines how to close achievement gap

Don't let the thought of reading Dr. Rex Fortune's 450-page book on closing the achievement gap among students stress you out. The highly researched book breaks information down i ...

School bulletin: PRIDE employee earns MBA from Drexel University

PRIDE worker gets MBA Matt Fritsch received his master's of business administration from Drexel University during a commencement ceremony at Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento on Ju ...

Kids go "mad" at science camp

Amanda Batiste carefully placed another magazine on top of a stack resting on four columns made of index cards, as her fellow campers held their breath. They released a round of h ...

School bulletin: Recycled art on display

Recycled art on display Students in the advanced art class at Rocklin High School have turned everyday trash into one-of-a-kind art. The students worked with Roseville-based nonpr ...