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Auburn Colored Pencils day care sex abuse case has November court date

  ROSEVILLE – There was no resolution Thursday in the Colored Pencils day care sexual abuse case after prosecution and defense attorneys met in chambers with a Placer C ...

Media Life: Of new radio, missing castles, harps and Dow Jones

It’s about time on this one. Placer County resident Pat Walsh has been the “sports guy” at Sacramento’s KFBK for 17 years. If there’s anyone who dese ...

Think Pink: Roseville-Del Oro football game promotes breast cancer awareness

Casey Taylor is always trying to teach his football players life lessons. This week, the Del Oro High School football coach wants his squad to become more aware of National Breast ...

Grass fire extinguished near Placer Elementary

A grass fire broke out Thursday afternoon near Placer Elementary School, in rural Loomis. Dave Wheeler, Loomis Fire Protection District Chief, said the call came in at 1:45 p.m., ...

Second suspect arrested in Salvation Army theft

A second suspect was arrested Wednesday in the theft of nearly $5,000 in meat from the Auburn Salvation Army.  Richard Earl Means, 49, of Penryn was taken into custody at his ...

Third-generation DO band enthusiast leads the parade

When the 35th Annual Del Oro High School Band Spectacular kicks off on Saturday, a third-generation band enthusiast will be leading the parade. The Del Oro High School Band hosts ...

100 pounds of marijuana found in Auburn traffic stop on I-80

About 100 pounds of marijuana was found inside a vehicle that was initially stopped for speeding on Interstate 80 near Auburn. According to a California Highway Patrol report, an ...

Auburn’s fledgling anti-panhandling campaign spreading

The city of Auburn effort to discourage panhandling by convincing people not to give is spreading to North Auburn. Business employees like Garret Jensen of Rock Creek Plaza’ ...

North Auburn community warned: “Don’t drink the water”

Bottled water is even more in demand in an upscale North Auburn neighborhood after its drinking water supply was discovered to be contaminated with fecal coliform. Residents in th ...

LOOKING BACK: Band Boosters serve chow mein dinner

50 Years Ago October 11, 1963 Tickets were available from Jack Coe for a chance to receive Duke II, all cut, wrapped, and ready for the deep freeze. Duke II was a 4-H project of B ...