Opinion

Auto flush at Sierra College wasteful

I’ve been taking a class at Sierra College. They use those auto flush toilets in the bathrooms. In previous years, I’ve had no issues with these toilets. However, in a ...

Another View: Keeping up on Roseville’s community utilities

Roseville Electric Utility regularly looks for ways to safely improve operational efficiency and reduce costs, while maintaining our high services levels. Over five years ago, we i ...

Repeal Prop. 47 now

As I sit here with my morning coffee, I am very distressed to see that most articles related to local crime show that these crimes are committed by transients. So, all the garbage ...

Letters: Roseville’s over-development spells water disaster

I would like to pose a question regarding the drought. Why are we continuing to okay permits for new housing developments?  I had noticed that 20,000 new permits for housing h ...

Letters: Supervisor Montgomery is swell

I’d like to offer my congratulations to Placer County Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery, who was recently nominated to the National Women in Government Leadership Program. She i ...

Roseville’s Business Corner: Understanding the most valuable Real Estate in the world

If you do a little research, you’ll find that New York’s prime real estate is ranked number six in the world as the most expensive per square foot, weighing in at an av ...

Another View: Saving Placer’s library system – our vision for the future

I hope that many of you reading this have had the opportunity to visit a Placer County Library recently to borrow a book, DVD, book on CD, music CD, use a computer, attend a progra ...

Another View: Roseville is lucky in its police officers

During the last few months we have been bombarded by the national media with anti-police rhetoric and scenes of peaceful protests turning to looting and violence. In New York there ...

Letters: Summerhill community a win for Roseville

As both a resident of Highland Reserve and a Planning Commissioner, I have a unique seat at the table and interest in the Parcel 49 project located on the southeast corner of Washi ...

Wildlife Neighbors

A bird with the will to live    - a true story A male Black-headed Grosbeak, cracking sunflower seeds at a backyard feeder, was knocked to the ground by a haw ...