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Pottermania casts a spell on Roseville

Count Kelley Ulmer among those "Harry Potter" fans who can't wait for the imminent release of the series' final installment. What makes her predicament worse? The proprietor of The ...

Roseville Rotary inaugurates new officers, presents awards

The Rotary Club of Roseville, at recent ceremonies, inaugurated Allan Bernhard as its new president, along with new officers and members of the board of directors. Outgoing preside ...

Archaeological find credited to furry animal

In what could be described as a slightly nutty discovery, a foraging squirrel was most likely responsible for turning up an ancient stone tool that's left Maidu Interpretive Center ...

A Capitals gain

A particular stereotype surrounds the game of tennis, and Lonnie Nielson knows it. It's an image of cushy racquet clubs and sweater vests, clean-cut executives exchanging cries of ...

Shaken baby suspect faces jury trial

Veronica Martinez Salcedo, a 36-year-old nanny who is accused of shaking a 15-month-old baby to death May 11, 2006 in her parents' Roseville home will face a jury trial, the questi ...

Tanning salons could get burned by Assembly bill

Indoor tanning salons are sweating it out this week as the Legislature is looking at a bill to tighten tanning business practices. Assembly Bill 105, by Assemblyman Ted Lieu (D-Tor ...

Kelli's Cookies comes home

Home, sweet home says a lot about Roseville resident Kelli Ridenour and her cookie company. After eight years of operating her Kelli's Cookies from a shared bakery in Sacramento, R ...

A job on the cutting edge

Perry Bramhill was just 13 when, in a friend's kitchen, he gave his first haircut: a 1990s-era "bowl," of the type no teenager would be caught dead with nowadays. He charged $5. A ...

School district official retires

After 600 school board meetings, four superintendents, and two new high schools, the Roseville Joint Union High School District's finance chief is hanging up his hat. This month's ...

Dry conditions sound alarm in Roseville

A mostly rainless winter has given way to this: intensely dry conditions that fire officials say require local residents' vigilance to avoid a scenario like the recent blaze that g ...

Arson suspect held on $250,000 bail

A 22-year-old Roseville man is in custody at the Placer County Jail following a Saturday grass fire near Woodcreek High, and officials say they are looking into whether he is respo ...

Shaken baby suspect faces jury trial

Veronica Martinez Salcedo, a 36-year-old nanny who is accused of shaking a 15-month-old baby to death May 11, 2006 in her parents' Roseville home will face a jury trial, the questi ...

Tanning salons could get burned by Assembly bill

Indoor tanning salons are sweating it out this week as the Legislature is looking at a bill to tighten tanning business practices. Assembly Bill 105, by Assemblyman Ted Lieu (D-Tor ...

Kelli's Cookies comes home

Home, sweet home says a lot about Roseville resident Kelli Ridenour and her cookie company. After eight years of operating her Kelli's Cookies from a shared bakery in Sacramento, R ...

A job on the cutting edge

Perry Bramhill was just 13 when, in a friend's kitchen, he gave his first haircut: a 1990s-era "bowl," of the type no teenager would be caught dead with nowadays. He charged $5. A ...