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‘Quality of life’ expensive

In The Press Tribune, Nov. 18 edition there was a story about that stated, “You can help reduce your costs by making your home more energy efficient.” Gee, I thought this w ...

Neither party represents us

It’s been very interesting to watch the health care debate over the past several months. What has again struck me is when the Democrats say “We have to come together to pass t ...

Holidays in Roseville, 100 years ago

ith a new decade soon to be upon us, I thought it would be interesting to recount what times were like 100 years ago. It’s the holiday season in Roseville, and times are good fo ...

Cat house earns reprieve

We are grateful to the Placer County Board of Supervisors for recognizing the valuable service Friends of the Placer County Animal Shelter provides to the county and the community. ...

Transported back in time

The train tooting down the tracks, I thought, “Oh, I hope the sound out there doesn’t ruin the sounds in here…” I needn’t have worried. That was the last I heard anythin ...

Lies do disservice to Granite Bay

A recent letter to the editor by Garland Bell (Press Tribune, Dec. 2) is an example of someone either completely ignorant of the facts or someone willfully attempting to mislead th ...

Congress: Enough is enough

When are the voters/taxpayers going to tell Congress that enough is enough? First the banking/housing crisis, which they allowed to occur, and now this massive health care reform ...

Terminating without cause

What I find interesting is the focus on the pay off to Roseville City Manager Craig Robinson’s contract. Almost $400,000 is indeed obscene and difficult to justify. That is a l ...

Not invisible, just disagrees

The Nov. 4 Granite Bay Municipal Advisory Council meeting was surreal. I always thought of myself as a living, breathing person but standing at the podium I had my doubts. I had t ...

Roseville needs meaningful participation

I have been a resident of Roseville for one year. During this year I have followed the happenings in the city in your fine local newspaper. On Nov. 11, The Press Tribune publishe ...