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Apostolos Fund Annual Dinner-Dance

The Tommy Apostolos Fund will be celebrating its16th Dinner-Dance Fundraiser at the Roseville Sports Center on April 1st (really no foolin’).

UC Davis Ecologist, to Speak at Sierra College

Dr. Michael Barbour, UC Davis ecologist, will lecture on the importance of fire in the Sierra Nevada on the Sierra College Rocklin campus located at 5000 Rocklin Road in Rocklin CA, on Thursday, April 6, at 6 PM.

PCWA Awarded for Efficiency

The Placer County Water Agency was recognized Friday (Mar. 17) for its excellent water management efficiency and best management practices in Northern California.

Run for the Gold

On your mark for Rocklin’s third annual “Run for the Gold”, a 5k and 12k running and walking event coursing residential streets in Rocklin’s Sunset Whitney and Clover Valley neighborhoods.

Roseville Liquors Stores Compliant

A minor decoy operator tried to buy alcoholic beverages from 34 liquor outlets in Roseville last week and came up dry--not a single clerk would sell to him.

Sacramento AQMD Will Track Its Own Emissions

The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (Sacramento AQMD) has joined the California Climate Action Registry (Registry), a distinguished group of organizations demonstrating leadership by voluntarily taking action on climate change.

Annual Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon

The Sierra College Fashion Club, which is comprised of fashion design and marketing students, will be showcasing their latest designs at their popular Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon on Saturday March 25.

Restoring Hetch Hetchy Valley

Ron Good, Executive Director of Restore Hetch Hetchy, and Tom Philp, 2005 Pulitzer Prize-winning Sacramento Bee reporter, will speak on efforts to restore Yosemite National Park’s Hetch Hetchy Valley on

Dr. Doolittle leaves behind Ranch Full of Animals

The Placer County Animal Shelter is now the temporary home to a flock of livestock and exotic animals that were taken into protective custody after the death of their owner earlier this month.