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Granite Bay, Roseville dominate early rounds in section tennis

From a small patch of greenbelt at Johnson Ranch Racquet Club on Thursday, a tennis fan could watch Granite Bay High School twins Chloe and Lily Forlini take apart another duo on C ...

Holiday weekend approaching; weather could be a factor

The high country was just beginning to really open up. The temperature was warming nicely. Snow was melting. Campground operators were scrambling to get their territories opened by ...

Millions of baby salmon already released from Nimbus Hatchery

A few thousand salmon find their way back to their home stomping grounds each year, the Nimbus Hatchery. When they return, it’s the end of their life cycle.To propagate future ge ...

Rendering offshore waters off limits to fishing is just wrong

Anglers who enjoy taking a boat ride in the open, blue water of the Pacific Ocean chomp at the bit each year for the regulations booklet that will define how they’ll be able ...

Log some winter miles on cross-country skis

Families looking for something to do outdoors this winter can enjoy the snow in the Sierra without putting a hole in their pockets. Cross country, also known as Nordic skiing, pro ...

Cole joins Flake in Cal Wrestling HOF

Newcastle resident and former Del Oro High wrestling coach Steve Cole was inducted into the California Wrestling Hall of Fame last weekend in Sacramento joining longtime Placer coa ...

Sierra College Boulevard, I-80 closures announced

Eastbound Closure: Tuesday, Nov. 18 and Wednesday, Nov. 19, eastbound Interstate 80 will be detoured from 10 p.m. to 5a.m. to remove falsework for the Sierra College Interchange. ...

Why is Sierra Club against higher education in Placer?

I am truly amazed to read on the Press-Tribune Web site that the Sierra Club is against higher education in Placer County. My son is 9 years old. I wonder where he will be able to ...

Sierra surges to No. 1 in Northern California poll

ROCKLIN — It didn’t come easy, but the Sierra College Wolverines nonetheless enter Saturday afternoon’s Valley Conference opener atop the Northern California rankings. Scott ...

Candidate campaigns on nonpartisan platform

A self-proclaimed professional student, Nevada City resident John Vodonick is racing for the chance to represent Placer County students’ higher education demands. Vodonick is c ...