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Silverado student struck by car

School and police officials are urging motorists to be aware around school sites this week after a sixth-grader at Silverado Middle School was hit by a vehicle Tuesday morning. The ...

26th annual Elly awards nominations announced

Shakespeare said “all the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players." Many of those players throughout the Sacramento area recently converged at Roseville’s ...

Four running for two SC seats

Two seats on the Sierra Community College board of trustees are contested in this year’s election. Incumbent Aaron Klein will face challenger John Vodonick for Area 7 (Colfax/N ...

Roseville boy found in good condition

A developmentally disabled 13-year-old Roseville boy missing since Friday afternoon has been located in good condition. Employees of a store in the Creekside Shopping Center on Gal ...

Roseville Police warn of purse-snatchings

The Roseville Police Department have reported four purse-snatching incidents in grocery store shopping lots in Roseville during the past week. In each case, two males in a white ...

Roseville author wins screenplay award

The Moondance Internat-ional Film Festival has named Sun City Roseville resident Jennifer Martin as the winner of the Columbine award for her first screenplay, “The Hunatics Clu ...

Academics run deep in Brooks family

The Brooks family of Granite Bay does not have a shortage of high achievers. Meegan, Skylar and Tess Brooks are all continuing the academic excellence they began in high school w ...

State Fair exhibit puts spotlight on Placer County

Placer County’s exhibit at the 2008 California State Fair will take a whimsical look at what makes the county such a special place. The exhibit’s centerpiece is a 30-foot-tall ...

Have a float for the Float

In honor of the Roseville's centennial celebration and entry in the Rose Parade for January 2009, Roseville Chamber of Commerce member Rick Hoem and BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse of ...