children

Book offers advice on dealing with bullies

More than 50 percent of students say they see others bullied at least once a week, according to the National Crime Prevention Council Web site. Rocklin resident Dr. Lothar Mader s ...

First 5 seeks four committee members

The First 5 Placer Children and Families Commission is seeking four members for its Community Resource Comm-ittee. The Children and Families Commission is an autonomous self-gover ...

Spirit of hope renewed

Just in time for Christmas shopping, Roseville opens its doors to ReNew, a secondhand store featuring household items and clothing for women and children. Last month, ReNew volunt ...

Miller thanks voters for chance to serve children

I would like to give a big thank-you to Roseville voters for giving me the opportunity to serve Roseville children on the Roseville City School Board. To those who supported my ef ...

Exercise to help young cancer victims at Curves

Curves Roseville Central, located at 699 Washington Square, is opening its doors to the public to make a difference in the lives of children suffering from cancer/leukemia and thei ...

Special needs children excluded from yearbook

I just stumbled across this article, “Parents cry foul over yearbook,” in The Press-Tribune, June 21, and had to speak up that this too happened to us. I am the mother of a ...

Growing and Sowing

,When it comes to gardening, most kids would rather plant themselves in front of the TV or video games than dig in the backyard. But, with a little patience and some potting soil, ...