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Lincoln area’s longtime Placer County supervisor challenged

The Lincoln area’s longtime Placer County Supervisor Robert Weygandt is being challenged for the seat he has held for 19 years, while a potential opponent for Roseville Super ...

Dutch Bros. brews profits for 9-year-old with leukemia

For the next two weeks, Dutch Bros. Coffee is collecting donations for 9-year-old Brooke Beaubier, a Roseville resident battling T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. The Oregon-ba ...

Bookman breaches worlds within pages

In a small shop, located on a little corner, lies some wonderfully rare books and a rare man who can tell you all about them. Ronald J. Ballou, Bookman, has been selling the uniqu ...

Placer County unemployment up for January

While several local industries are showing gains in employment, the end of the holiday shopping season has spurred an increase in Placer County’s jobless rate. According to ...

Hard landing after wild ride in Auburn

(Auburn Journal photo) This SUV ended up in a parking stall between two concrete pillars after a wild ride across the Elm Avenue intersection from Auburn Ravine Road and a six-foo ...

Friends of the Roseville Public Library hosting poetry contest

The Friends of the Roseville Public Library is calling on all adults who write poetry to submit their work to the FOL Poetry Contest 2014. This judged contest is open to anyone ove ...

The Dutch are here! New Granite Bay coffee stop is packed

Dutch Bros. Coffee opened March 7 in Granite Bay, serving their uniquely named coffee mixes including the Kicker, Annihilator, ER-911, Cocomo and several other early morning booste ...

Roseville officials travel to South Africa for hotel/conference center meetings

Four officials with the city of Roseville returned from a recent trip to Johannesburg, South Africa, feeling positive about the likelihood of securing an investor in a hotel confer ...

Foodies preach benefits of eating Placer County grown

Way before the general public gave deeper thought to the source of their food and began modifying their consumer habits accordingly, Joanne Neft was touting the benefits of local f ...

Trouble on the Tracks: Despite murders, Roseville still draws train-hoppers

Editor’s note: The Press Tribune was with Roseville Police Officer Dave Flood during his contacts with all individuals mentioned in this story. Exactly one year ago, John Al ...

Placer’s primary election deadline today

The deadline for candidate filing to get on the ballot for the June 3 statewide primary is today. Among the offices open for candidates in Placer County are the Board of Superviso ...

State Meet: Placer wrestling coach bleaches eyebrows to motivate Hillmen

Don Packheiser will do anything to motivate his Hillmen. That includes bleaching his eyebrows — not once but five times. The Placer wrestling coach told his grapplers he&rs ...

City of Roseville updates Water Conservation Code as drought continues

Residents and businesses that get their water from the city of Roseville still don’t have to worry about mandatory drought measures, but officials are encouraging water custo ...

Never Forget it happened: Rocklin meets voices of the Holocaust

On Thursday night, hundreds of people came to the Rocklin Event Center to hear local holocaust survivors recount their personal experiences of one of modern history’s most se ...

PG&E ups predictions on Placer County water deliveries

Pacific Gas & Electric is providing another round of good news for Placer County water users. Recent storms have led the San Francisco-based corporation to upwardly revise pro ...