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Sun City seniors go back to school

Coyote Ridge School in Roseville may be for elementary-age kids, but that doesn’t stop area senior citizens from joining in the fun. Michelle Harmeier, principal of Coyote Ridge ...

Roseville’s biggest loser

It’s one thing to want to lose weight just to look better; it’s a different ball game to do it to save your life. But for Ronnie Warren, who has lost 113 pounds since July 200 ...

Tigers hope to improve upon SFL record of last season

In what has become a familiar refrain for many Sierra Foothill League sports teams, last season’s Roseville High School boys soccer squad got off to a blazing start in non-league ...

Interstate 80 improvements roll on

Construction and improvements continue on Interstate 80, and officials at Caltrans promise worthy results. Will Kempton, director of the California Department of Transportation, ...

Grizzlies set to defend title

It’s the beginning of a new school year, football season is about to commence at Granite Bay high school and that can mean only one thing – Ernie Cooper is in the house. The G ...

Rail yard pollution trend unclear

More study is needed to determine whether pollution mitigation efforts at the Union Pacific Roseville rail yard are working, according to the latest results from a long-term monito ...

5 vie for Dry Creek board seats

Note: An earlier version of this story stated board candidate Bob Kunnmann was involved in pushing a failed recall effort against sitting board members after the issuance of contro ...

Perfect start to Roseville season

The new-look Roseville High School volleyball team got the 2008 season started with a bang on Thursday, whipping Casa Roble in straight games, 25-13, 25-21 and 25-17. This year’ ...

New ‘sharps’ dropoff locations announced

The city of Roseville’s Environmental Utilities Depart-ment announced this week two new drop-off sites for used syringes and lancets, known as “sharps,” now available to Plac ...