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PCSO working to stop illegal trespassing on bridge catwalk

AUBURN – Illegally trespassing on the Foresthill Bridge catwalk in Auburn has become a social media trend; a potentially deadly trend that the Placer County Sheriff’s Office is working to stop. It is a misdemeanor to trespass on the county-owned bridge’s catwalk, and deputies are actively patrolling and citing violators. Ten people, mostly from...

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Community art garden sprouting in Roseville

Residents help reduce waste while bringing color to the city Now through April, Roseville residents are encouraged to grow Roseville’s Community Art Garden using commonly discarded items — cardboard tubes from paper towel and toilet paper rolls. Complete with scissors, glue, and markers, these rolls can be transformed into hand-crafted colorful flowers in time...

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300+ Jobs Available at Roseville’s Newest Recreation Center

Feb 13, 2015
300+ Jobs Available at Roseville’s Newest Recreation Center

ROSEVILLE- A new sports, fitness, tennis, recreation and spa facility is under construction in Roseville, and they are holding job fairs to help find the more than 300 people they need to hire. Life Time Athletic is set to open their newest location along Roseville Parkway this spring. The club will hold two job...

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Residents can become pruning pros at free district workshop

Feb 13, 2015

San Juan Water District and Sacramento Tree Foundation Host Free Pruning Workshop GRANITE BAY – As summer approaches, homeowners are looking for options to help shade yards and lower cooling costs. San Juan Water District and the Sacramento Tree Foundation will host a free workshop will teach homeowners all about harnessing the benefits of shade trees...

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Talk trash at the Utility Exploration Center on Feb 28

Feb 13, 2015

Learn about waste reduction in an exciting way Come talk trash with Curby at our free Waste-a-Palooza event beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 28 at the Roseville Utility Exploration Center, 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd., in Mahany Regional Park. Crawl through the obstacle course, enjoy games, help our Community Art Garden grow and more! Meet...

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University of Warwick Moves Forward on Placer Campus

Placer County, Calif. – The University Development Trust, a non-profit working to develop a world-class university offering in Placer County, today welcomed the news from the University of Warwick that it will move forward with plans to establish a major presence in California. The University of Warwick’s governing Senate and Council, which includes Warwick’s...

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Tahoe National Forest woodcutting permits go on sale today

Woodcutting permits for the Tahoe National Forest (TNF) can be purchased beginning today – February 12, 2015. Permits are valid for the entire Tahoe National Forest; however, the cutting season varies by district. The American River and Yuba River Ranger Districts will allow cutting starting February 12, while the Truckee and Sierraville Ranger Districts...

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Learn how to start a Neighborhood Watch group

ROSEVILLE – Neighborhood Watch is one of the most effective ways to prevent crime  and help revitalize neighborhoods. Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of residents, in cooperation with law enforcement, to reduce crime in their communities. If you’re interested in organizing a neighborhood watch group, please come to...

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Sixth Annual State of the City Address and Breakfast to be held at Sierra College on March 6

City Manager to Share Future Programs and Plans ROCKLIN – Robin McConnell-Trimble, CEO of the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce, recently announced that the Chamber will once again host a State of the City address for the City of Rocklin.  Expected to be another sellout, this annual event attracts local dignitaries, business people and residents...

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The Sierra College Natural History Museum presents “How to Spy on Your Feathered Friends: Monitoring Bluebird Nest Boxes”

Feb 11, 2015

by Kelly Weintraub, Kate Brennan, and Heath Wakelee Rocklin, CA–The Sierra College Natural History Museum will host a presentation entitled “How to Spy on Your Feathered Friends: Monitoring Bluebird Nest Boxes” by avid birders Kelly Weintraub, Kate Brennan, and Heath Wakelee on Friday, February 20, at 7:30 PM in Sewell Hall (room 111) on...

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