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Sirovy celebrated at Oakmont

A common word emerges as colleagues and students describe longtime Roseville educator Kathleen Sirvoy: caring. She is credited with creating a “culture of caring,” at O ...

Dream brings 'light' to ill woman

Tamara Wilson had a simple wish: “To see the fireflies.” The 67-year-old Roseville resident has spent the last year — following her terminal diagnosis of renal ce ...

'Teen Room' provides some normalcy in lives of ill teenagers

Kiersten Gallagher walks into the Teen Room wearing a hospital gown, an IV attached to her hand. The 14-year-old has leukemia. She’s undergone two rounds of chemotherapy and is ...

Student loses mom to cancer, finds help in scholarship

Ashley Robison says her mom was the parent who let the kids do the “bad stuff.” Like when her dad, who served in the U.S. Air Force, would tell his family to limit themselves ...

New “tanning tax” has salon owners seeing red

When July 1 rolls around, it’s going to be a little more expensive for indoor tanners to achieve that special shade of beige. A 10 percent tax on indoor tanning, which goes into ...

Team Will visits cancer patients in Roseville

On their way across the country to raise money for childhood cancer research, riders from Team Will visited pediatric patients fighting the disease at the Kaiser Permanente Women a ...

A run to remember

Seven-year-old Ty Boatman returned to the Jr. Zebra Mighty Mites team ready to run the ball. As he streaked up the sideline and into the end zone, all of Keith Howard Memorial S ...

Young Vike has courage to keep on cheering

Cheerleading in the SYFC often takes a backseat to football. The Oakmont Jr. Vikings however are turning the tide and setting an example. On Saturday Aug. 15, OJV hosted a car wa ...

Chipping away at Childhood Cancer golf event next week

The 12th annual Chipping Away at Childhood Cancer Golf Tournament will take place Monday, Aug. 24 at the Sierra View Country Club in Roseville. All proceeds from the charity tourna ...