Seniors

All ages mark Memorial Day at Eskaton Village

An unusual Memorial Day remembrance and respectful tribute to veterans, particularly to those who served in World War II, was held at the Eskaton Village Roseville recreation cente ...

Personal collection of African Art displayed

Robert Reece spent 47 years living in Africa, traveling back and forth to the United States. Along the way, he collected several dozen pieces of original artwork by African artists ...

Granite Bay couple spreads their love of concert series

More than half a century ago, Margy and Bill Findlay enrolled in the same paleontology class. They studied fossils together as Saturday morning laboratory partners. This was at St ...

Major league rehabilitation

As River Cats left fielder Corey Wimberly and pitcher Fernando Hernandez walk into Frances “Frankie” Cleverley’s room at the Sutter Rehabilitation Institute on Thursday, she ...

Granite Bay students perform songs, honor 87-year-old playwright

Steve Alexander calls his experience growing up in Chicago “unforgettable.” The 87-year-old vividly remembers some moments, including how he first came to love the magic of th ...

Meals on Wheels puts mayors on the road

Seniors First kicked off its campaign to end senior hunger with National Mayors for Meals day on March 24. Roseville Mayor Gina Garbolino along with Lincoln Mayor Tom Cosgrove par ...

Former PT employee Tramel dies at 67

Former Press Tribune employee Norma Vienna Tramel passed away Oct, 21, 2009 at the age of 67. Norma is survived by her husband Don, who also worked at The Press Tribune from 1960 ...

'Day of infamy' remembered in Roseville

Despite a surprise dusting of snow and frosty temperatures, a handful of Roseville residents gathered Monday morning to remember a day that will “live in infamy.” Held at the ...

Seniors receive help with tree trimming

Maidu Village has a handful of helpful elves this holiday season. The “elves” don’t travel from the North Pole and they may not know Santa personally, but the spirit of Chri ...

Time to keep your ducts in line

Editor’s Note: This is the second in a three-part series of articles on how to get your home ready for a safe and comfortable holiday season. Keep that nip in the air where it ...

'Sidekick' earns Sylvia Besana award

Melba Erven is finally speechless, and it’s all thanks to the ladies of Soroptimist International of Roseville. “I’m flabbergasted,” Erven said. “I don’t know what to ...

At 90, Sawyer’s ahead of the curve

Cora Lee Sawyer, 90, is living proof that you are never too old to change your lifestyle. For the past two years, she has devotedly been going to Curves and working out three times ...

Elvis, retirees will be rockin’ for a cure

Mistywood Retirement Community in Roseville is presenting "Rocking for a Cure,” a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Nov. 14. Residents will be r ...

Wrapped up in history

With Roseville’s centennial year winding down, there was one last birthday gift to be had and you could say it was finished in the “stitch” of time. Last week Lynette Schr ...

‘King Norman’ navigates his way to Eskaton Village

Royalty has arrived in town and taken up residence in the Eskaton Village in Roseville. Norman Rosenberg never ruled a country but was king in the hearts of many Bay Area children ...