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Aquatic hobby going swimmingly

When Duane and Melody Carlson tried to remedy their yard’s muddy low spot, they never imagined the solution would snag them in the ancient hobby of keeping koi. Siblings in the ...

Public menorah lighting planned

Chabad of Roseville invites the community to celebrate the Festival of Lights at a special Chanukah open house concluding with a public menorah kindling ceremony. The celebration ...

Fountains merchants raise funds for local elementary schools

Since Sept. 1, Fountains at Roseville customers have been able to earn points for their favorite elementary school. Called Shopping for Students, area elementary schools were in ...

Oakmont High juniors find their buzz in Oopzi-Dazi band

Rarely does a day at Oakmont High School go by where the Oopzi-Dazi band isn’t mentioned by someone. While some students focus on school, friends, or sports, Oakmont juniors ...

A whole new world

New country. New hobby. New lifestyle. For foreign exchange student Cora Bay, coming to America was only the beginning. Bay is participating in an exchange program from her homel ...

Nashville scene beckons Roseville sisters

More than just a little bit country, Roseville sisters Kayla Hinkle Bryan and Brooke Hinkle see their future on the stage, performing the music they fell in love with as young girl ...

OxyContin abuse hits Roseville

A new drug of choice has taken over the streets of Rocklin and Roseville and now officers admit there is little they can do to stop it. “OxyContin makes me feel euphoric,” sa ...

Utility hikes on the table

A community meeting to discuss proposed electric rate increases was held last week by Roseville Electric and the city’s Environmental Utilities department. The increases, if appr ...

Night Lights

Falling gas prices come just in time for devotees of that perennial seasonal tradition: Christmas-light hunting. And with a bit more than a week before Christmas, there’s still ...

Drexel University prepares to open studies center in Sacramento

An East Coast transplant, Karman Jarvis was excited when she first learned that Philadelphia-based Drexel University was establishing roots in Sacramento. Searching for a m ...