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Placer Board moving along on projects

The status of three major Roseville-area developments and the challenges they're presenting to planners and proponents were updated Tuesday for the Placer County Board of Superviso ...

Klein recall effort folds after backers say cost too high

After only a month and a handful of meetings, the group seeking the recall of Sierra College Trustee Aaron Klein has decided to call it quits. Kent Pollock, the part-time Sierra Co ...

Different kind of face-off

For the first time in seven months, Lincoln resident Mike Kilburn was anticipating lacing up his skates and playing the rough and sometimes dangerous sport of hockey. But a cross ...

Summer of Serving

Summer break will be a bit different this year for two Granite Bay High School juniors planning to serve in an international philanthropic program. Justine Massey, 16, found out l ...

Klein recall effort folds after backers say cost too high

After only a month and a handful of meetings, the group seeking the recall of Sierra College Trustee Aaron Klein has decided to call it quits. Kent Pollock, the part-time Sierra Co ...

Vanderschoot's killers draw lengthy prison sentences

The two men who murdered Justine Vanderschoot were sentenced to lengthy prison terms in a packed Auburn courtroom Wednesday after the victim's family expressed their anger, pain, l ...

Four arson suspects plead innocent

The four suspects accused of participating in eco-terrorist firebombings in the Auburn area pleaded not guilty to all charges and requested a jury trial Thursday at a federal indic ...

Oriental bazaar still successful after 51 years

From humble beginnings in the kitchen of the First United Methodist Church in Loomis to the cafeteria at Del Oro High School, the Oriental Food Bazaar has been bringing parishioner ...

Placer entrepreneurs focus on safe driving for teens

In his previous job as a police officer, Jim Aguilera saw a lot of teen-agers get killed. Now he's trying to protect them. Lincoln resident Aguilera and his neighbor, Christine St ...

Faith & Family

The Bible teaches very clearly the Christian life is a race. Unfortunately, most people never finish it. For one reason or another, they die with unfulfilled dreams, with unrealize ...

Tunnel Vision

Unseasonably wet weather in recent months has prompted workers to change focus on the $35 million dollar improvement project to Interstate 80 at Sunrise Avenue and Douglas Boulevar ...

Accidents increased on county roads

Officers say speed was a factor in two accidents reported on Barton Road in just a one-week period, one that killed a man Feb. 28 and another Monday that sent two teen-agers to the ...

Lending a helping hand

When Paul Everts of Granite Bay saw the news story on television about a North Sacramento School District losing their entire music program due to budget cuts, he almost lost it. A ...

Assessment shows low scores for Roseville district

More than 40 percent of the high school juniors and seniors attending school in the Roseville Joint Union High School District do not have competent writing skills. This is the re ...

New schools closer to breaking ground

The status of three major Roseville-area developments and the challenges they're presenting to planners and proponents were updated Tuesday for the Placer County Board of Superviso ...