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Folsom Lake all dried up

In June Folsom Lake was full, but downstream requirements and depleted reservoirs elsewhere in the state have caused the lake to drop to below 54 percent capacity. On the bright s ...

Local crews sent to cover state fires

State officials have called for help from local firefighters as large blazes have forced mass evacuations and burned thousands of acres of forestland in California. As of Friday, ...

Swimmer back from ‘dead’

A 23-year-old Del Oro High School graduate and Roseville resident is lucky to be alive after nearly drowning in a Loomis pool. “I was dead. I think for at least two minutes, ...

Mavericks looking for new students

Learn to square dance with the Mavericks Square Dance Club. Classes for new students begin Sept. 9 and are open to students of all ages and abilities and meets Wednesdays at the V ...

14-year-old not one to pull any punches

Many people would consider 14-year-old Joey Phelan disabled. The Folsom resident was born with cerebral palsy – a mild to moderate case according to Joey’s mother, Sonja. The ...

Not your grandmother’s antiques

what to look for Appraiser John Humphries from radio’s “Hidden Treasures” and television’s “Cash or Trash” gives his expert advice on what to look for to guarantee a g ...

Schools stress proper flu care

After eight of their classmates came down with confirmed cases of the H1N1 virus, students at Granite Bay High were taking swine-flu fears in stride this week – but with plenty o ...

Salary cuts OK’d

An agreement between the Roseville city council and several city bargaining groups Tuesday will save the city an estimated $2.6 million after reopening their contracts in search ...