Opinion

Letters: Supes need fair pay

Surprise surprise. I did not think the comparison of neighboring counties was a good methodology to compare Board of Supervisors salaries. Should they earn as much as Sacramento Co ...

Bill Cosby talks education, life and civil rights with Placer Herald

The voice says, “So where you’ve been? Wait? What? I was told 9 and it’s …” I’m immediately thrown off — that is, before I hear the clas ...

Dispatch from South Sudan: ‘What tomorrow brings’

For nearly a year, the Press Tribune’s editor has corresponded with Sheldon Wardwell, a California resident currently working as a Protection Officer with Nonviolent Pea ...

2 state bills would choke businesses

Over the years, California has earned a reputation of not being friendly to business interests, and thus we have seen states like Texas come try to pry businesses to move out of ou ...

Another View: Why Roseville’s quality of life will carry with me

I’ve spent all my life here in Roseville. I was born here, and I have lived here each of the 18 years since. If I were to be completely honest, I have taken my time here for ...

Letters: Roseville’s fiscal mismanagement

Over ten years ago the taxpayers of Roseville paid 18 months of Utility user taxes (UUT) after the voters rejected the tax. The City of Roseville only returned twelve months of the ...

Reader Input: Recent investigative reporting, analysis vital to community

This letter is to commend the Placer Herald and Press Tribune for last week’s lead article and editorial which documented heroin abuse in Placer County. I am one of those Pla ...

Reader Input: Hard news stories shed an important light

Andrew Westrope’s expose "Anything but Rosey," and Scott Thomas Anderson "Pedestrian Killed" is just the type of journalism Roseville needs. I was shocked ...

Reader Input: Sports coverage was super-fly

Thanks Ike Dodson to you and Trevor Horn for your awesome coverage of this year’s All Star run (in the Press Tribune). I absolutely love the picture with the article. ~ Eric ...

Reader Input: Placer supes do just fine with their paychecks

Our Placer County supervisors are pushing for a 139 percent pay raise—from $30,000/year to $71,755/year.  They also want full healthcare and retirement benefits. Hidden ...