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Granite Bay organization earns $78,000 grant

Granite Bay-based A Touch of Understanding recently received a $78,156 grant from State Farm. The nonprofit organization supports youth-led disability awareness for local schools ...

First win a relief for VCA

Finally putting a game in the win column brought welcome relief for Valley Christian baseball coach Brad Gunter. After losing their first four games of the season, the two-time ...

Who will win a section title?

As the Sac-Joaquin Section football playoffs wind down, the matchups get more intense with each weekend. Of the four teams that are in the hunt for a section crown from the coverag ...

Tigers unable to keep pace

The athletic ability and high-pressure defense of Grant was too much for the Roseville High boys basketball team Saturday. The Tigers tried to run with the Pacers, but could not ...

Venue is set for Rocklin vs. Grant semifinal

The Sac-Joaquin Section made its much-anticipated announcement Saturday regarding the location of the Division II semifinal between Rocklin and Grant. Both teams won easily Frid ...

Granite Bay tops Grant to open boys' hoops season

A team that is expected to rely on its backcourt got heavy scoring from its inside players as the Granite Bay High boys basketball team picked up a win to begin the new season. ...

Tigers shut down Grant's speed, advance to soccer semis

An early goal provided the energy needed to carry the Roseville High soccer team past Grant Friday night in playoff action. The 2-0 win in the opening round of the Sac-Joaquin S ...

Maidu Interpretive Center awarded grant

Thanks to a $150,000 grant from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Maidu Interpretive Center’s new building will have a new set of exhibits emphasizing nat ...

CIMBL receives grant from Hewlett-Packard

Citizens Involved Means Better Living was awarded a $500 grant from the Hewlett-Packard Roseville Sustainab-ility Network Environmental Community Outreach program. The grant will ...

Cooley computer labs to get upgrade from grant

A $12,000 United Auburn Indian Community grant to Cooley Middle School will go toward upgrading the school’s seventh and eighth grade computer labs, the school announced. The gr ...