Roseville - Rocklin & Placer County News
- West Nile Virus Season Begins in Placer County
The Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District (PMVCD) announces the official beginning of the season during West Nile virus and Mosquito and Vector Control Awareness
- New Kinesiology Program at William Jessup
William Jessup University, the Sacramento area's only residential four-year private university, has selected Dr. Scott Roberts to serve as Lead Faculty to the growing university's new Kinesiology
- If the Government Takes Your Money Illegally, Shouldn't You Get it Back?
George Runner / Op-ed
Did you know, if the State of California takes your money in the form of an illegal tax or fee, you might not be able to get it back?
- Mitsubishi Outlander Sport: An Affordable Compact SUV
Jeffrey Weidel - Weidel on Wheels
When shopping for a Mitsubishi Outlander, note that there's quite a major difference between the "standard" Outlander and the Outlander Sport.
- Big DoG Countdown: Child Advocates of Placer County
Big DoG Countdown: Learn how the Child Advocates of Placer County impacts your community.
- Janette Moynier receives Community First Award
In recognition of her outstanding volunteer spirit in 2013, First Bank's Janette Moynier received a First Bank CRA (Community Reinvestment Act) Community First Award.
- Loomis Soroptimist Club Celebrates 40 Years of Service
Loomis Soroptimist Club
Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin (SILB) celebrated its 40th Birthday with over 60 attendees on April 16 at Venita Rhea's in Rocklin, CA
- Advice on Getting Through the Drought
Drought Watch: Linda Yager, who manages the PCWA's water efficiency program, says there are many available resources to help people save water. "Many people ask what they can do to save water," said Yager. "Here are some of the best ways to save
- PCWA Wins Water Efficiency Award
The Placer County Water Agency has won a statewide award from the California Municipal Utilities Association (CMUA) for an innovative program that uses advanced.
- Spring Band Invitational Concert April 23 in Rocklin
The Sierra College Music Department is proud to present a Spring Band Invitational Concert on Wednesday, April 23rd, 7:30pm in Dietrich Theatre on the Sierra College Rocklin
- Surging Gas Prices Hurting Consumers
Average retail gasoline prices in Sacramento have risen 7.3 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $4.03/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 720 gas outlets in Sacramento
- Disabilities: Luongo Has Miracle Surgery
Daniel J. Vance MS, LPC, NCC
On Good Friday 2013, then 39-year-old Nicole Luongo of Plantation, Florida, took a step of faith. She'd had cerebral palsy since birth, had significant difficulty walking her entire life
- Big DoG Countdown: Sierra College Foundation
Big DoG Countdown: Learn how the Sierra College Foundation impacts your community.
- Big DoG Countdown: What Would Jesus Do Inc.
Big DoG Countdown: Learn about how What Would Jesus Do Inc. impacts your community.
- Shooting in Rocklin on Abilene Circle Injures One
Rocklin Police Dept
Rocklin, CA - On 4-18-14 at 11:47 PM, Rocklin Officers responded to the 1600 block of Abilene Circle on a report of a possible shooting
- Big DoG Countdown: PRIDE Industries
Big DoG Countdown: Learn about how PRIDE Industries impacts your community.
- Placer Pops Chorale Spring Concert Series
Tickets are still available for the popular Placer Pops Chorale Spring Concert Series, directed by Lorin Miller, but hurry - they're going fast!
- Big DoG Countdown: Soldiers Project
Big DoG Countdown: Learn how Soldiers Project impacts your community.
- America's ClayFest II in Roseville
Blue Line Arts
The Art League of Lincoln in conjunction with Blue Line Arts will be holding the second annual art show and competition at the beautiful Blue Line Arts in Roseville, CA
- Your Aging Genes and Risk of Dementia
UC Davis Alzheimer's Disease Center Director Charles DeCarli will discuss "Your aging genes: What you need to know about your risk for dementia" during the Community Discovery Lecture Series on Thursday, May 8
- John and Marilyn Redding Recipients of 2014 Public Safety Leadership Award
John and Marilyn Redding were this year's recipients of the Public Safety Leadership Award, which was presented to the Rocklin couple at the third annual Victim's Rights Breakfast.
- Roseville Crime Report Digest (4-17-14)
City of Roseville
The Roseville Police Department's Crime Report Digest for April 17, 2014.
- Chocolate Fest in Paradise May 10th
Experience a chocolate paradise on the Paradise/Magalia ridge nestled among tall green pines in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and overlooking the Sacramento Valley
- Irrigation Workshop Helps Landowners and AG Producers
AUBURN, Calif. - More than 25 ag producers and landowners from Placer County participated in an irrigation workshop recently hosted by the Placer Resource Conservation District (RCD).
- Northern California National Day of Prayer Breakfast
This year's keynote speaker is atheist-turned-Christian Lee Strobel, the former award-winning legal editor of The Chicago Tribune. He is a New York Times best-selling author of more than twenty books
- STEM Collaborative Teaches Critical Thinking
At the final session of the Sierra College STEM Collaborative ACTivATE nine-month professional development program on teaching applied critical thinking, Sierra College and high school instructors reported
- End of Life Planning: A Difficult Subject for Many
It is often difficult to imagine your end of life care-or end of life care for a loved one-in the event you or your loved one becomes incapable of making health care decisions.
- Big DoG Countdown: KidsFirst
Big DoG Countdown: Learn about how KidsFirst impacts your community.
- $45,000 Raised for Child Abuse Prevention
It was a "Blue Tie Affair" on a recent Thursday in Roseville, as more than 200 people gathered for KidsFirst's 16th annual luncheon, celebrating their 25th commemorative anniversary and kick-off their community-wide campaign to end child abuse
- Seeking Grants for Ophir Gardens Vulnerable Water Supply
Drought Watch: Directors of the Placer County Water Agency on Thursday (Apr. 10) agreed to apply for two emergency funding grants, each up to $500,000, to improve water supplies for a small community
- Justice Center in Roseville Refinancing Boosts County Rating
Placer County earned a significant savings and a higher credit rating recently when it refinanced municipal bonds originally issued to help finance construction of buildings in North Auburn and Roseville
- Featured Rocklin Student: Sierra Garrido
Rocklin, CA - Sierra Garrido, a member of Rocklin High's Class of 2015 Honor Guard, balances her vigorous academic schedule, time with the dance team, and volunteer projects. Sierra is
- Big DoG Countdown: Placer Food Bank
Big DoG Countdown: Learn about how Placer Food Bank impacts your community.
- Placer County Supports Assembly Bill 2703
Placer County considers itself exemplary when it comes to honoring the men and women who have served their nation as members of the armed forces
- Customers Urged to Conserve Water
Drought Watch: Directors of the Placer County Water Agency last Thursday adopted a series of water use regulations and restrictions and appealed to all customers to conserve water...
- Construction to Impact Downtown Roseville Parking
City of Roseville
Limited construction activities begin today, Monday, April 14 on the Oak Street Improvement Project, including partial closure of the Oak Street parking lot.
- Featured Rocklin Student: Nick Huddlestun
Nick Huddlestun, a member of Rocklin High School's 2015 Honor Guard, is a hardworking and genuine student who always strives to do his best on the field and in the classroom.
- Big DoG Countdown: WarmLine Family Resource Center
Big DOG Countdown: Learn about how WarmLine Family Resource Center impacts your community.
- Regy Bronner Announces Candidacy for Placer County Supervisor
Campaign News Release
LINCOLN HILLS, CA - Regy Bronner, a candidate for the Placer County Board of Supervisors, will hold an official campaign kickoff with a rally and precinct walking this Sunday/April 13 beginning at 1:15 p.m. (1214 Secret Lake Loop).
- Secondary Conditions Worsen Disability
Daniel J. Vance MS, LPC, NCC
A person with a disability often has more to deal with than just his or her disability. According to a study in an American Journal of Public Health and involving 2075 respondents