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West Nile virus takes bite out of Loomis man

A 54-year-old Loomis man, who was one of Placer County’s first victims of West Nile virus this year, has been identified. “I felt knocked down and weak. Like a bad flu,” was ...

A century’s worth of safety

– Editor’s note: This is the second article in a monthly series highlighting the city of Roseville as it approaches its 100th year as a city. In 1905 when the population of the ...

Gaines, council talk budget

If Assemblyman Ted Gaines, R-Roseville had his way, the state of California might have a budget by now. Gaines addressed Roseville city council members last Wed-nesday with his t ...

Grizzlies get ready for road trip

If you feel like eating pizza, a hamburger or drinking a smoothie next Monday, you can enjoy your food and help the Granite Bay High School football team at the same time. Monday ...

Firefighters, police to honor fallen colleagues

Firefighters and police officers in the city of Roseville will be honoring their fallen brothers and sisters Thursday. In a special tribute to the brave souls who lost their live ...

Police plan sobriety, license check Friday

The Roseville Police Department will conduct a sobriety and driver’s license checkpoint Friday at an undisclosed location with a significant history of DUI-related traffic collis ...

Some branch libraries will change hours

Placer County’s branch libraries in Auburn, Granite Bay and Rocklin will open a little later and close earlier on some days beginning Sept. 13. The Placer County Library announc ...

WJU, Bayside to host college planning seminar

The National Christian College Fair, co-sponsored by William Jessup University and Bayside Church will be held 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18 at Bayside Church located at 8191 Si ...

Closure on Sierra College Boulevard onramp

The Sierra College Boulevard westbound I-80 on-ramp will be closed until Tuesday, Sept. 30. This closure will facilitate and support on-going construction of the current stage of ...

New library books are a special collection for special readers

When Jen DeMuth learned her child, Zoie, had cerebral palsy, she wanted to read everything she could get her hands on about raising a child with special needs. But information was ...

Libraries collect grants to ensure diverse programs

Roseville continues to look to alternative funding sources in tough budget times, and the Roseville public libraries are no exception. Library staff have been aggressively seeking ...

Roseville firefighters, police to honor fallen brothers, sisters

Firefighters and police officers in the city of Roseville will be honoring their fallen brothers and sisters Thursday. In a special tribute to the brave souls who lost their live ...

Roseville Police to conduct sobriety checkpoint Friday

The Roseville Police Department will conduct a sobriety and driver's license checkpoint Friday at an undisclosed location with a significant history of DUI-related traffic collisio ...

Hit and run case delayed

The case involving a Folsom woman accused of causing the death of a 15-year-old Granite Bay teen was continued until December. Anna Berset, 50, is charged with vehicular manslaugh ...

Eureka volunteer arrested for embezzlement

A parent volunteer at Eureka School in Granite Bay allegedly used the school’s Parent-Teacher Club bank account as her own personal slush fund, police say, improperly withdrawing ...