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Knoxes celebrate 50 years of marriage

Dick and Marilyn Knox recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family vacation to Cancun, Mexico. They were married Aug. 20, 1960 in Greensboro, N.C. The couple†...

Statue to honor area Japanese American World War II heroes

As plans progress to honor Japanese-American veterans with a bronze monument, they might be getting sooner recognition in gold. The U.S. Senate voted unanimously to confer the Con ...

Placer SPCA Thrift Store opens Aug. 14

If you’re a thrift-store shopper, add a new location to your list. The Placer SPCA Thrift Store will open for business at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 14, at 931 Washington Boulevard, ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (Aug. 12, 1960 Issue) James A. Denio of Vineyard Road in Roseville sold the Valencia Club in Penryn for $15,000. Purchasing the business and license were Fred and Ev ...

Roseville pair arrested for pimping teen

A Roseville woman who allegedly held a teenager against her will for prostitution was arrested Thursday. Her roommate, a known pimp, was also arrested for lewd acts with the minor, ...

Woman killed by big rig in Roseville

An unidentified woman walking on Interstate 80 was struck and killed by a big rig Wednesday. The woman was walking in the number three lane on Interstate 80, just east of Douglas ...

Whooping cough spike in Placer County spurs vaccination call

Whooping cough cases in Placer County have more than tripled so far this year compared to the same period last year. With the spike in a disease that puts newborns at the greatest ...

Small cities, big pay

Placer County communities are paying city and town managers at Bay Area prices even though the cost-of-living index is about 30 percent less, a new grand jury report says. But in ...

Local members of 442nd attend documentary reception

Central Square in Auburn was filled last week during a reception for the Northern California premiere of the World War II documentary “Valor with Honor.” The film by Burt Take ...

Oil gluttony kills innocents

If we continue our addiction to oil, we will kill the environment. Innocent animals are dying for our mistake. If we are killing animals for oil, what will happen next? Will we kil ...

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 ...

One last chance to see top senior baseball players

The last chance to see an outstanding group of baseball players in their last high school action comes today at American River College. The Optimist All-Star Baseball games will ...

Let's memorialize contributions of Japanese Americans

My generation of Americans of Japanese ancestry owes much to our parents, who ingrained in us the Japanese work ethic, prodded us to pursue higher education and encouraged us to be ...

Sierra Foothill League announces all-league softball team

SFL MVP – Savannah Pingree, senior, Del Oro   First team Alicea Coy, junior, Roseville Gabby Gonzalez, junior, Roseville Alexi Johnson, junior, Roseville Kalei Lev ...