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Placer 10-35 awards first college scholarships

The Placer 10-35 Foundation, a non-profit association that assists Placer County peace officers in times of personal and organizational tragedy, is proud to announce the recipients of their first college scholarships. The Cameron Buchanan Memorial Scholarship was established in honor of the 8-year-old son of Placer County Sheriff’s Deputy Andrew Buchanan, who died of...

Placer County Online
Back to school safety tips

Parents and students Traffic will be busy around your school. Be patient during these first few weeks of school. Allow plenty of extra time to get there and find a parking place. Always put safety before convenience. Know your safe routes to school.  All campuses have designated entry and exit points for driving onto...

Placer County Online
California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce 2014 convention to convene nationally recognized business experts and leaders

Nely Galan, Giselle Fernandez, Alejandra Castillo, Arturo Vargas, Antonio Gonzalez Among Speakers Addressing Premier Statewide Gathering in Orange County SACRAMENTO – The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC), announced its lineup of nationally recognized business and community leaders to address its upcoming 2014 statewide annual convention set for August 13-15 in Orange County. The...

Placer County Online
Tri-County Job Fair – a free event for job seekers and employers

WHEN Friday August 22, 2014 9am to 1pm WHERE Roseville Sports Center 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd. Roseville, CA 95747 Job Seekers: More than 65 employers will be at the Tri-County Job Fair on August 22nd! Click here to view the event flyer. The list of participating employers will be available soon. Women’s career clothing will...

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Sierra College offers a New Student Jump Start event Saturday, August 23

ROCKLIN - Thinking about attending Community College this fall? The Sierra College Rocklin Campus will hold a New Student Jump Start event on Saturday, August 23.  The purpose of this event is to stream-line the registration process and get students into the classes they want and need in time for the start of the Fall...

Placer County Online
Sheriff’s office using grant to enforce alcohol laws

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office recently received a grant from the State of California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for 2014-2015. The Roseville Police Department will also participate in the grant. The grant, totaling about $50,000, will be used to combat underage drinking and alcohol sales to minors countywide. The grant will also assist...

The Sacramento Bee
Shove, pepper spray and arrests in 3 Roseville shoplift incidents

Aug 5, 2014

Three shoplifting incidents in Roseville last week resulted in four arrests and two store employees being assaulted.

Placer County Online
Rep. Tom McClintock announces August Town Hall Meetings

U.S. Rep. Tom McClintock (CA-04) will hold the following town hall meetings in Placer County in August: August 5 6:00 PM Loomis Town Hall Loomis Railroad Depot 5775 Horseshoe Bar Road, Loomis. August 13 6:00 PM Roseville Town Hall Timber Creek Ballroom, Sun City 7050 Del Webb Blvd., Roseville. August 25 6:00 PM Rocklin...

Placer County Online
Rocklin Police announce new smartphone app

The Rocklin Police Department has a new smartphone app – USPDhub. USPDhub provides a free and modern app which will assist critical two-way communications between the Rocklin Police Department and the residents of the City of Rocklin or anyone who wants to be connected with Rocklin PD. USPDhub will be the exclusive app for...

The Sacramento Bee
Lincoln hopes local control of Old Highway 65 will spur downtown renaissance

Lincoln hopes local control of Old Highway 65 will spur downtown renaissance

For almost half a century, gravel trucks and big rigs rumbled through downtown Lincoln as they traveled to Roseville, Yuba City and points beyond. Residents and business owners said heavy traffic from drivers using Lincoln Boulevard as a thoroughfare deterred people from frequenting the shops and restaurants that line the city’s historic district.

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