centennial

What’s happening: Centennial clock installation

Come help Roseville Electric celebrate its centennial with the installation and dedication of a clock and time capsule outside the historic Carnegie Museum. The time capsule will f ...

Roseville's Carnegie Museum open during renovation

Don't let the jack hammering and forklifts fool you: The Carnegie Museum in Roseville is open. The 100-year-old building is going through a renovation to fix a water leak problem ...

What’s happening around town this centennial?

You are cordially invited to help celebrate Roseville’s 100th birthday with events happening April 10- 19.Although the city’s official birthday celebration is April 18, city st ...

Time in a bottle

For the last 25 years, Saugstad Park in Roseville had hidden buried treasure. Last week, in commemoration of Roseville’s upcoming centennial, city representatives and the Rosevi ...

The middle years of Roseville

By December of 1930, some 200 heads of families in Roseville were out of work due to the “Great Depression.” As the community’s leading employer, Southern Pacific Railroad d ...

Nothing odd about preserving the past

It is a tale of two stories. The Odd Fellows Hall in Historic Old Town, a two-story brick building, is actually one building built on top of another, said Roseville historian Phoe ...

Roseville Police go retro with centennial badges

In an effort to honor the city of Roseville’s centennial year, some Roseville Police officers are wearing a distinctly different badge this year. In the early 1900s, a series o ...

Essay contest, Pennies for the Parade get schools in centennial spirit

With Roseville’s centennial April 10, our city will turn 100, and your participation will make it a truly community-wide event. With a centennial essay contest and our Pennies ...

A century’s worth of safety

– Editor’s note: This is the second article in a monthly series highlighting the city of Roseville as it approaches its 100th year as a city. In 1905 when the population of the ...