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Roseville appoints new Environmental Utilities Director

Today, City of Roseville City Manager Ray Kerridge announced the appointment of Richard Plecker as the City of Roseville’s Environmental Utilities Director.  The city’s Environmental Utilities Department operates Roseville’s municipally owned water, wastewater, recycled water and solid waste utility services.Plecker, a 22-year Roseville resident, … [Read More...]

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Roseville Transit Local route changes begin today

Roseville Transit Local route changes begin today - Monday, January 26, including new service to Sierra College in Rocklin. Service changes occur on a regular basis to further develop a comprehensive transit system that supports the community’s residents, visitors and businesses. View bus schedule.  Printed guides are available on board all … [Read More...]

Tom McClintock

Speech delivered by Congressman McClintock: “A Squandered Opportunity”

Congressman McClintock delivered the following remarks on the House floor regarding the State of the Union Address: January 21, 2015 Mr. Speaker: I rise to express my deep disappointment in the address by the President last night in this chamber. Twenty years ago, President Clinton was in a similar position.  He realized his policies … [Read More...]

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Westpark Communities breaks ground on new Solaire community in West Roseville

ROSEVILLE – Westpark Communities, one of the leading developers of master planned communities in Placer County, announced today it has broken ground on a new, 400-acre development in West Roseville. The new community, called Solaire, is located south of Pleasant Grove Boulevard and the Westpark master planned community. “We want to create a … [Read More...]

Lindsey Lingenfelder

William Jessup student helps sell Pants with a Purpose

A William Jessup University student started wearing “elephant pants” around campus, which quickly ignited a new fashion trend. It not only started a trend on the Rocklin campus, it’s also raising money for a tremendous cause. Although these are not your average pants – they have a special meaning. For each pair of pants that are sold, 25 … [Read More...]

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Small fire under investigation at Governor’s Mansion Park

CAL FIRE Asking Public’s Help with Information SACRAMENTO - Following a small fire on the grounds of the Governor's Mansion State Historic Park in Sacramento, CAL FIRE- Office of the State Fire Marshal investigators are looking into how the fire started. Around 1 p.m. on Sunday, January 18, a California State Park ranger discovered a small … [Read More...]

Beth Gaines

State Assembly to adjourn in memory of Granite Bay High School graduates killed by drunk driver

SACRAMENTO - Assemblywoman Beth Gaines, R-Roseville, will close tomorrow’s Floor Session of the State Assembly in memory of the former Granite Bay High School students killed by a wrong-way drunk driver on I-80 early the morning of January 10. Mathew Azar, Kendra Langham, and Mathew Beardwitt were all wearing seat belts and were on their way … [Read More...]

Albert Cayabyab- Director of Human Resources, Inductive Automation; Cynthia Gallegos- Human Resources Assistant, Inductive Automation; William H. Duncan - Superintendent/President, Sierra College; Sonia Lolland- Dean of Business and Technology, Sierra College; Travis Cox- Director of Training, Inductive Automation.  Photo courtesy of Tosh Campanella

Sierra College’s Mechatronics Program receives $10,000 donation from Folsom-based Inductive Automation

ROCKLIN - On December 23, 2014, Professor Steven Gillette received an impressive gift for the Mechatronics program at Sierra College. The gift was a check for $10,000 from Inductive Automation, specifically donated to support the implementation of supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) software in the Mechatronics program. Inductive … [Read More...]

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Sierra College Patrons Annual Crab Feed

There will be a lot of crab feeds to choose from this time of year, but this one is the Best Deal! The Sierra College Patron’s Crab and Shrimp Feed will be held on Friday, February 6 at the historic Blue Goose Fruit Sheds located at 3550 Taylor Road, Loomis, CA 95650. Beginning with salad, delicious pasta, bread, and all you can eat crab and … [Read More...]

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North State BIA installs 2015 Officers and Board of Directors

ROSEVILLE - The North State Building Industry Association (BIA) held its Installation of Officers Gala on Friday, bringing together more than 400 home builders, trade contractors, associates and local elected officials at the Hyatt Regency in Sacramento. Now in its 72nd year, the event honored incoming Chairman Barry Grant, Northern California … [Read More...]