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Three vie for two open Council positions

The growth of Roseville and the accompanying pains - like traffic and strains on the city's infrastructure - are some of the big issues facing the candidates vying for the Rosevill ...

Turnout time crucial in an emergency

In this article we will continue discussing active emergency crew response, or the physical act of emergency crew response after the emergency is reported to 911. First, in regard ...

Strikes zones in on family fun

It's apparent the owners of Strikes Family Entertainment Center and Coach's restaurant wanted to offer something a little different when they open for business Friday. "All the thi ...

Fashionably good taste

As a fashion model in the 1980s, Michael Keller used to grace magazine covers with exaggerated poses and come-hither stares. Nowadays, the magazines have come calling again, but th ...

Passport deadline approaching

Planning that quick trip to neighboring Canada or Mex-ico sometime soon? Better make some advance planning, beginning in 2008. That's when new requirements to enter those countri ...

Cooking for a good cause

Gopal K. Kapur has found a way to have all his loves become a major part of his life. The native of Patiala, India, has always had a passion and skill for cooking. He can create fa ...

Donor gives $100K to Sierra College in memory of alumnus

The Sierra College Foundation recently received quite the note of appreciation - a check for $100,000. The donation was given in memory of Ralph Hoeper, a Sierra College alumnus an ...

Oakmont student wins award for high-tech quilt at State Fair

For the second time in two years, local high school student Jennifer Sunahara has stitched together some pretty impressive kudos. Sunahara, an incoming senior at Oakmont High Schoo ...

Sculpting the body

An infamous line in the movie "Anchorman" comes when Ron Burgundy says, "I have little time to get to the gym. I have to sculpt my guns at the office!" Erica Davidson's Rocklin off ...

Guaranteed to satisfy

On a hot day, temperatures can reach 140 degrees inside Jim Dover's 35-year-old converted postal truck, but most Roseville residents know him as a carrier of cool: Popsicles, Tweet ...

Suspects sought after break-in at RC Willey store

Rocklin police are still looking for suspects involved in a break-in at the RC Willey superstore in Rocklin on Aug. 8. An unknown number of persons broke through the window in the ...

Dry Creek race draws five for three seats

Five candidates are in the hunt for three seats on the Dry Creek Joint Elementary Sch-ool District Board of Trustees this fall. Incumbents Diane Howe, Wayne Roberson and Tracy Pitt ...

Mayor highlights Roseville's successes

As the city continues to grow both physically and economically, Roseville also continues to be a leader among its counterparts throughout the nation. That was the message delivered ...

Mavericks on the dance floor

Ruth Moore didn't know what to do after her husband died in 1981. After 30 years of being married she found herself single and all she did was work. "This was my salvation," she sa ...

Strikes zones in on family fun

It's apparent the owners of Strikes Family Entertainment Center and Coach's restaurant wanted to offer something a little different when they open for business Friday. "All the thi ...