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Jazz at 808 gears up for 2006 season

The Arts Council of Placer County will debut its highly-popular Jazz at 808 summer series on Thursday, May 11, once again featuring Jimmy Robinson and Friends and special guest, pianist Mark Levine from San Francisco.

Oakmont Vikings Buckle up, Win $500

Results of Third Annual Roseville High School Seatbelt Challenge Announced

Roseville Police Swearing In

Roseville Police Chief Joel Neves will officially welcome ten new employees at the department's quarterly swearing-in and awards ceremony, to be held at

Martial Arts Day and Child Safety Fair

The Sierra College Martial Arts Club will hold its Annual Martial Arts Day, on Saturday, May 6, 2006, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the Sierra College Rocklin Campus Gymnasium. This year the event will include a Child Safety Fair, which makes this a gre

National Tourism Week Awareness

Once again Placer Valley Tourism and The Travel Industry Association of America (TIA) will sponsor the 23nd annual celebration of National Tourism Week the week of May 8, 2005.

Auto Repair Scam Targeting Elderly Women

The Roseville Police Department has received several calls over the past month from elderly female drivers who were targeted by mobile scam artists.

Why Adult and Vocational Education are Important to Placer County

In our community, enrollment in adult and vocational education is expected to rise as more and more families move into Placer County, one of the fastest growing counties in the Golden State.

Rocklin’s Pyramid Tomb?

In January 1913, Joel Parker Whitney, called Parker then, died at Del Monte California after a long bout with kidney disease. He was 78. According to Richard Miller’s Fortune Built by Gun, Parker had prepared a pyramid-shaped mausoleum for himself...

Roseville Crimestoppers Bulletin

The victim was driving eastbound on Atlantic Street when the suspects flagged her down. The suspects told the victim that one of the wheels on her vehicle was wobbling and offered to show her if she pulled off the road.

Ben Dominitz appointed to Sacramento Philharmonic

The Sierra College Foundation is proud to announce that one of its own, Ben Dominitz, Artistic Director of the renowned concert series, Chamber Music Alive!, has been appointed Series Director of the Sacramento Philharmonic Virtuosi Series.
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