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Stay safe by looking out for yourself, others

I recently had the misfortune of being at the hospital to visit a friend who had been hit by a car and critically injured. As I left the hospital I was contemplating how a person ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (June 24, 1960 Issue) Trustees from the Placer Joint Union High School District adopted an operating budget for the 1960-61 school year that included $234,498.62 to op ...

Documentary of 442nd Regimental Combat Team screens June 24

“Valor with Honor” will be screened at 4 and 7 p.m. Thursday, June 24, at the State Theatre in Auburn. The documentary film is based on over 35 interviews of veterans of the 44 ...

Blue Line Gallery show features 50 artists

Roseville Arts' Juried Membership Show opened June 18 at the Blue Line Gallery, featuring the work of 50 artists selected by jurors Pamela Skinner and Gwenna Howard. The exhibition ...

Super salaries: Supes open up county coffers for top-paid employees

Some of Placer County’s most generous employee contracts for the coming year were OK’d Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors. Topping the list was Dr. Olga Ignatowicz, who will ...

West Nile-infected bird found

Last week, a bird in East Sacramento tested positive for the West Nile virus. But don’t panic. While it’s the first West Nile bird of the year for the Sacramento area, there i ...

Woman cited for scuffle at dog park

A Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy was cited for grabbing a woman from behind, turning her around and then punching her in the face after their dogs got into a spat at a Rosevi ...

Placer County may get sports complex

Placer County could be home to a new sports tourism center with the potential to attract thousands of tourists – and their dollars – to the region each year. Greg Van Dusen, CE ...

Summer deadliest season for teen drivers

No longer bound by scholarly obligations, teens will pursue their free time to the fullest over the summer. Unfortunately for many of them, an automobile will almost always be invo ...