People

Granite Bay senior donates paintings to friends, volunteers

When Granite Bay resident Glenn Allen picked up a brush in an art class for the first time at age 63, he had no idea his pastime would turn into more than just a hobby. Now, almos ...

Granite Bay has many options for finding faith

With the renewal of spring comes for some the desire for a renewal of the spirit. People want to do better, be better and alleviate suffering of their own and that of others. For s ...

Bayside Church: for those who don't like church

Bayside Church prides itself on providing a high-energy, encouraging and welcoming place of worship for both people who love attending church and those who are hesitant to become p ...

Back and Forth: A conversation with Rabbi Korik

Rabbi Yossi Korik came to south Placer County a little more than eight years ago after having lived his entire life traveling, living and studying in just about every corner of the ...

Two sisters reunite for first time 65 years after adoption separation

In the rain and the front yard of a Christian Valley home, amidst the hugs, sobs and tears of joy, a 65-year journey of uncertainty and searching came to an end and a new journey b ...

Dunlop to speak at SIR meeting

With spring training beginning, the Lincoln/Roseville branch of SIR (Sons In Retirement) will focus on baseball at its March 19th luncheon.   Guest speaker Harry Dunlop ...

Dr. Ron Feist honored again for community involvement

Though his name may conjure up memories of picnics and baseball games in the minds of Granite Bay residents, Dr. Ron Feist has given much more to his community than his namesake pu ...

Kids with communication challenges speak out

If you’ve been greeted by a young person during a Roseville Theatre Arts Academy performance, whether it’s, “Hello, how are you?” or “Enjoy the show,& ...

Back and Forth: Author calls on parents to bridge the achievement gap

Rex Fortune moved to Granite Bay in 1989 with his family, after having spent 12 years living in Carmichael and a short stint in Los Angeles. Now a grandfather of two, Fortune has ...

Once a nurse, always a nurse

Angela Sehr never wanted to be a nurse, instead hoping to become an engineer. Fast forward nearly three decades and Sehr, of Granite Bay, is now founder, president and owner of Ad ...

Allegiant aims to help veterans, youth athletes

A local nonprofit is providing help for wounded warriors and returned veterans, and also offering a hand to youth sports and education all with community support. The nonprofit is ...

Roseville senior will leave behind new media production program when he graduates

When Daniel Wetter, then an eighth-grader, met with Roseville High School’s journalism adviser to inquire about the program and decide between enrolling at his local campus a ...

Little Bishop has many friends

Last October, a Wheatland resident pulled her car over when she noticed a small injured kitten. The 3 pound, 7 ounce black kitten looked like it had been hit by a car. The residen ...

Friends host yard sale to support woman battling cancer

When Jenny Beard was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005, the diagnosis was scary, but the doctors were optimistic. She underwent a mastectomy and treatment and eventually through ...

Transplant patients ready to play ball

The Sacramento Kings will play host to the Golden State Warriors tonight, but the more important game will start at 6:30 p.m. on the Kings’ home court. The Donate Life Reci ...