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What's your Eureka moment?

Ask former students, longtime teachers or retired principals for their favorite memories of Eureka School, and it’s difficult to get just one.That’s not surprising, giv ...

Granite Bay High grad puts the icing on the cake

For anyone with a sweet tooth, who could resist a three-dimensional invitation to a cake tasting party? For Tessa Lindow, owner of The Frosted Cake Shop, it’s all in a day’s ...

Interested in law? Placer’s grand jury wants you

If you are a good listener, eager to learn about local government and are committed to public service, the Superior Court of Placer County could have a job for you. According to j ...

MAC meets today; accepting applications for secretary

The Granite Bay Municipal Advisory Council meets at 7 p.m. today at the Eureka School District office. Agenda items include discussion of The Enclave at Granite Bay, which includ ...

GBHS shakes it up

“All Shook Up” theater production will begin at 7:30 p.m., presented by Granite Bay High School drama program. Enjoy the music of Elvis laced into Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Ni ...

Press Tribune sporting a new size, look

If you haven't picked up a printed version of the Press Tribune, lately, the May 6 edition has a new look. Easier to read and navigate, the new Press Tribune was redesigned to ...

Interested in law? Placer’s grand jury wants you

If you are a good listener, eager to learn about local government and are committed to public service, the Superior Court of Placer County could have a job for you. According to ju ...

Public welcome at Health Express mixer

The public is invited to a free mixer announcing the continuation and expansion of Health Express, a low-to-no cost transportation service for medically related appointments in Wes ...

Reasons abound to get biking during the month of May

Spring is here and that means it’s primetime for cycling. Since May is Bike Month, you can start now to tune up yourself and your bike for all of your riding fun. Residents of ...

A new, old look for Sutter Street

With construction barely completed on the city’s newest bridge, Folsom Lake Crossing, dirt will soon begin to fly once again as Sutter Street will undergo the initial phase of a ...

Roseville Layoffs update

Roseville city employees began receiving layoff notices last week as city officials attempt to close the $6.5 million gap for the 2009-2010 fiscal year. Megan MacPherson, Rosevil ...

Placer County healthcare worker believed to be latest area flu case

A Sacramento County resident who works in Placer County has been identified as the fifth probable swine flu case in that county. Dr. Glennah Trochet, Sacramento County public heal ...

Roseville begins layoff process

City officials began layoffs yesterday as the deadline to close the $6.5 million gap for the 2009-2010 fiscal year approaches. According to Megan MacPherson, communications manager ...

Students learn hot topic: fire safety

Eureka Elementary School students added a few phrases to their lexicons this week. Among them: Get out and stay out. Stay low and go. They were part of the message on Wednesday del ...

Sun City home invasion victims speak

Nearly four years later, the victims of a startling home-invasion robbery in Sun City Roseville can finally rest easier. A recent court ruling upholds the conviction of two men sen ...