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Monument project still needs $40,000

A bronze sculpture to honor World War II veterans of Japanese ancestry has started to take shape, but organizers still need $40,000 to complete the monument. The Japanese American ...

Granite Bay organization earns $78,000 grant

Granite Bay-based A Touch of Understanding recently received a $78,156 grant from State Farm. The nonprofit organization supports youth-led disability awareness for local schools ...

Schools, police increase awareness of strangers

Following reports of a suspicious man, or possibly different men, approaching children near Roseville schools last week, police and school officials are doing what they can to rais ...

Saving the bloated rock cod that are prohibited to keep

It’s a common problem when you’re drifting in the ocean, letting your shrimp flies down into the depths. When your bait is down there and a fish bites, until you bring ...

Police credit residents for crime solving

Roseville Police Chief Daniel Hahn thanked Roseville residents Monday for aiding in the arrests of four sets of burglars last week. Police believe the suspects are collectively l ...

Cirby Way reopened after natural gas fire

All lanes of Riverside Avenue and Cirby Way were reopened Wednesday morning after emergency crews fixed a natural gas leak that resulted in a fire. The fire erupted around 6:30 p. ...

Oakmont cheers 25-year anniversary of ‘Weaster’

Two walls in Jenny Weast’s classroom at Oakmont High School are packed with framed team photos, calendars from the San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders, Arizona Cardinals and ...