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Young mom keeps learning
Thursday Jun 30 2011
A Roseville woman received a scholarship June 24 in recognition of her efforts to continue her education despite becoming pregnant as a teenager. Corina Flores had her son Isaiah ...
Higher education task force forms
Thursday Jun 16 2011
Roseville City Councilman Tim Herman saw one of his campaign goals come to fruition with the creation of a Higher Education Task Force June 15. Herman, elected to the council in No ...
Wolverines strike out in regionals
Thursday May 19 2011
One bad inning was the beginning of the end for Sierra College’s baseball team. One good pitcher was too much for the Wolverines softball squad during the Northern California Sup ...
New President of Sierra College named
Tuesday May 10 2011
William “Willy” Duncan has been named president/superintendent of Sierra College, announced Board President Aaron Klein on Tuesday afternoon.Duncan, currently president ...
City amends alarm ordinance
Monday May 09 2011
Burglary alarms are the third most common type of call received by the Roseville Police Department — and 99 percent of them are false. Last year, officers and dispatchers sp ...
Sierra diver sweeps at state meet
Thursday May 05 2011
One state championship was not enough for Sierra College’s Molly Swartz, who won the 1-meter diving competition last year as a freshman. She decided she would win two as a sophom ...
Wolverines hope playoffs pay off
Thursday May 05 2011
Eric Nedeljkovic’s two seasons with Sierra College’s baseball team can be best measured inning by inning. The sophomore has rarely pitched more than one inning at any given tim ...
Food bank fills ‘empty bowls’
Monday Apr 25 2011
Since 2007, the number of individuals Placer Food Bank serves has grown 168 percent. They reached a record level of assisting nearly 500,000 people in 2010. That’s a staggering ...
Sierra swimmers strive to survive
Thursday Apr 21 2011
Molly Swartz’s collection of medals is growing. The Sierra College sophomore earned two more last Saturday by winning the 1- and 3-meter events at the Northern California diving ...
New twist for Sierra College diver
Wednesday Apr 13 2011
Molly Swartz realizes she will not be just another diver Saturday at the Northern California junior college championships. The Sierra College sophomore has lost the advantage of be ...
Sierra rugby team in Sweet 16
Sunday Apr 10 2011
Sierra College’s rugby team pulled off two upsets recently in the Division II Pacific Coast tournament to earn a trip to the Sweet 16 on April 16 in San Diego. The Wolverines wil ...
Sierra unleashes sophomore slugger
Thursday Apr 07 2011
Scott Templeton was doing exactly what he had been told. The Sierra College sophomore was selective at the plate, taking pitches in hopes of finding one to his liking before swingi ...
Victim of anti-gay crime talks about going from ‘hate to hope’
Monday Apr 04 2011
It began as a normal meeting over coffee. The two men, colleagues at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, discussed the upcoming visit of a group of high school students who tea ...
Train explosion remembered
Thursday Mar 24 2011
The Sierra College Friends of the Library will present an illustrated lecture called “Roseville — April 28, 1973” by retired Southern Pacific Conductor Walt Wilson Wednesday, ...
Loss leaves Sierra women in foul mood
Wednesday Mar 09 2011
Brandie Murrish threw the best bounce pass of the game last Saturday night. The only problem was it cost the Sierra College women’s basketball coach her first technical foul of t ...
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