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Keeping an eye on the water

Two recent fatalities on Placer County waters have raised concerns about boating safety. “It isn’t all fun and games out here,” said Josh Tindall, deputy with the Placer Co ...

Five days of creating art in store for kids this summer

With fine arts being slashed at many local schools, there?s still ways to keep the creative juices flowing this summer. Professional artist and Sierra College art professor Susa ...

Smooth sailing for Folsom Lake

While other state parks are in danger of closing, Folsom Lake appears safe. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s proposed elimination of support from the general fund could mean the clo ...

Student earns eagle by sprucing up Woodcreek High

Although he graduated earlier this month, Spencer Mason had one more thing to do before leaving Woodcreek High School for good. Spencer recently beautified an empty “weed garden ...

Kiwanians celebrate 60 years, disperse scholarships

The Kiwanis Club of Roseville is turning 60 this month. To kick off the celebration Gina Garbolino, mayor of Roseville recently presented a city proclamation to the club. Fred Fe ...

105 and counting

In his 103rd birthday, Lex Moore said he doesn’t want to have another party until he turns 105. At 105, he now has more reasons to celebrate. Four generations of Moore’s famil ...

Roseville information chief retires

After 18 years of service to the city of Roseville, Tom Freeman is retiring as the city’s Chief Information Officer. Although his retirement becomes official later this month, Fr ...

Mackey, Koerner out front; Jurek out

MICHIGAN BLUFF — Veteran Dave Mackey and defending champion Hal Koerner soaked in the applause and cheers as they pulled into the Michigan Bluff aid station as the leaders of the ...