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Roebbelen Welcomes New Owner

Local builder Roebbelen is pleased to welcome Rob McLean as a new owner to the Roebbelen Management Team which already includes owners Terry Street, Ken DeBruhl, Dennis Daniell, Bob Kjome, and Dave Thuleen.

Raley’s Art, Wine & Music Festival

The second annual Art & Wine Festival will showcase the works of a variety of artisans and craftspeople in one of Roseville's most picturesque locations. There is something for everyone at this free, 2-day event.

Brandie Murrish named Sierra College Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Brandie Murrish, no stranger to success in college basketball, has been named the new head coach of Sierra College’s women's basketball team. For the past six seasons, Murrish has been Head Coach at Bishop Alemany High School, a premier Catholic High Scho

City of Lincoln wins at All America City Competition

The Lincoln Chamber of Commerce was proud to participate with the City of Lincoln in this year's National Civic League's All America City Competition. Thirty four cities from across the United States were chosen as finalist to compete in Anaheim

Horizon West Healthcare faces Class Action Suit

Twenty-two Horizon West nursing homes in California [see list by city at end of release], are named in a class action lawsuit (Case # 06AS02465), filed Wednesday, June 14, 2006, in Sacramento Superior Court,

National Best Selling Authors book signing in Rocklin

Guests scheduled to appear at Booksmart's June 17th book signing are three local and nationally recognized Best Selling Authors.

Roseville Fourth of July Parade, Volunteers Needed

Applications to participate in Roseville’s annual Fourth of July parade are due to the Roseville Chamber of Commerce by Friday, June 16, 2006.

Placer Credit Rating upgraded to AA

Placer County’s credit rating was upgraded by two leading credit-research services recently, making it the highest-rated government agency in the county.

California Chamber of Commerce’s Allan Zaremberg on Elections

“As was said throughout the recent campaign, Proposition 82 was never about the merits of pre-school. The question before the voters was whether Proposition 82 was the right solution.

Federal bill Includes $500,000 for New Walerga Rd. Bridge

A federal appropriations bill approved by the House Appropriations Committee Tuesday includes $500,000 for construction of a new Walerga Road bridge over Dry Creek in western Placer County.