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Granite Bay wine guru makes helping others a priority

Friday and Saturday nights in Granite Bay take on an urban, cosmopolitan look at the entrance to Folsom Lake, with sports cars, SUVs and a still-wet ski boat or two converging on a ...

A tale of two Eddies at Roseville’s All American Speedway

Eddie Cheever III comes to Roseville with a certain weight of expectation. Son of Eddie Cheever Jr., an Indianapolis 500 winner who has 143 World Championship Formula One races un ...

Granite Bay doc treats celebrity golfers

Every summer, the American Century Golf Championship takes place in Lake Tahoe, and for over a dozen years Granite Bay chiropractor Mike Nevius has stepped up to lend a hand. The ...

Rocklin reflects on ten years of the Matt Redding Foundation

When Rocklin lost police officer Matt Redding in 2005, it lost a positive, talented and outgoing public servant and local mentor – a hometown personality countless residents ...

Writer lifts the veil on the mid-life bride at Roseville event

Remarrying at age 53, Lisa Joiner quickly became frustrated that the marketplace did not cater to mid-life brides. While there is a booming wedding industry, according to Joiner, ...

Striking gold in the Mother Lode

What started out as a golf vacation quickly turned into an outstanding history lesson. Not that the golf was bad, it was just that the California history became much more intriguin ...

Roseville teacher to be key speaker at TEDx

In the age of streaming video, live feeds and inter-connected notions, TED talks have become special events designed to bring people closer to the world of emerging ideas. And now ...

Runners to the rescue

One of the more unnerving things about human trafficking is that it could conceivably take place on any street corner in any city. In fact, some reports have had Sacramento as the ...

New book sees the world through the view of a Roseville K9

It’s easy to see that Rolf, a 9-year old Springer spaniel, was able to train his human, Jack May, AKA Grumpy, in no time at all. Rolf has his owner plumping pillows, and bel ...

Roseville green thumb creates garden paradise at home

When Pauline Sakai moved into her Roseville home in 1982, she wasn’t really sure where the right side yard of her property – which otherwise included only a small, sing ...

Granite Bay wine Sommelier spreads word about pairing in book

There are not many jobs more exciting than traveling, drinking, and judging wine for a living. And that suits Granite Bay resident Roxanne Langer just fine. The wine sommelier re ...

Media Life: Reporter’s-eye view was up close on day Mike Davis died

  It was a barrage of shots that crackled through a quiet residential area of Auburn. It  was a barrage of shots that continue to reverberate in the local and national ...

Back and Forth: Lori Ryan is cancer survivor, mother of two

Lori Ryan is a cancer survivor, Granite Bay resident and mother of two. This hardworking mom also handles business development for the Roseville Chamber of Commerce. Can you walk ...

Ready, Set, Go! Granite Bay kids organize fundraiser for Placer SPCA

Children took to the streets — rather, one street — in Granite Bay in early May for a fun run to benefit the nonprofit Placer SPCA. Friends Lauren Huckabay, 9, and Irin ...

Granite Bay woman opens her home, heart to others

Imagine a group of Maidu women, indigenous to the hills of what is now Granite Bay, huddled over a large rock and fiercely grinding acorns with their own powerful hands, while talk ...