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Red, White & Blue Dance in Loomis to support Veterans

LOOMIS – The contributions of American Armed Forces and Veterans will be celebrated at the 6th Annual Red, White & Blue dance on Saturday, March 7 from 7 to 10 PM at the Loomis Veterans Memorial Hall, located at 5925 Horseshoe Bar Rd, in Loomis. The Forgotten Soldier Program in Auburn and Gold County Chaplaincy will be...

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AAUW funds campus-based project to address stereotypes and biases

Sierra College Is One of 11 Student-Led Teams Selected to Join Nationwide Effort WASHINGTON — The American Association of University Women (AAUW) awarded a grant in the amount of $5000 to Sierra College for a campus project to fight stereotypes and biases as part of AAUW’s ongoing collaboration with Pantene. The 2014–15 AAUW Campus...

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Placer County providing sand and sandbags to prepare for heavy rainfall

Placer County officials are making available free sand and sandbags to help residents in unincorporated areas prepare for a storm system that is expected to bring heavy rainfall and gusty winds to Northern California through Monday. Placer County has a list of sand and sandbag locations available on its website: Sandbags. County officials are urging...

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Rocklin Police warn: don’t leave running vehicle unattended

ROCKLIN – A Rocklin resident’s vehicle was stolen yesterday morning on Poppy Circle – just off W Stanford Ranch.  He started the vehicle “to warm it up” and then returned to his home.  He estimates he was away from his vehicle for only about 3 minutes. The Rocklin Police Department warns against starting your...

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Annual Run Rocklin Takes Place April 12 at SpringView Park

Half-marathon course features rolling hills, challenging terrain The 12th annual Run Rocklin will be held Sunday, April 12 at Johnson-Springview Park in Rocklin. Last year a half-marathon (13.1 miles) was added and helped the annual charity event have a record-number 3,123 participants. The event has benefited the Matt Redding Foundation and Rocklin’s local schoolssince...

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Congressman McClintock to host open house for new District Office

Congressman Tom McClintock is hosting an open house for the new District Office, which recently moved from Granite Bay to Roseville. Enjoy coffee and refreshments and meet the Congressman and his staff. For answers to any questions or concerns, please contact the District Office at 916.786.5560. February 9th, 2015 5-7pm 2200A Douglas Blvd., Suite 240...

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Rocklin Company Helps Make Super Bowl Commercial Magic

Jan 30, 2015
Rocklin Company Helps Make Super Bowl Commercial Magic

ROCKLIN- A Rocklin robotics company helped make a Super Bowl commercial possible. Parallax sold some crucial parts for a life size Pac-Man game featured in a Bud Light commercial set to air on Sunday. Parallax engineer Daniel Harris said most of his company’s products are used in educational robots. “They can pick up a...

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Patient at Sacramento hospital has officially tested negative for Ebola

SACRAMENTO – State and local public health and hospital officials have confirmed that the patient transported by specialized ambulance and admitted to UC Davis Medical Center early Thursday who exhibited symptoms consistent with a viral illness including Ebola, and with a history of travel to an Ebola-affected country, has tested negative for the Ebola...

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Life Time Athletic Roseville to be led by industry veteran Rob Chemaly

Roseville Healthy Way of Life destination scheduled to open summer 2015 ROSEVILLE –  Life Time – The Healthy Way of Life Companysm (NYSE:LTM) announced health and fitness industry veteran Rob Chemaly as General Manager of the company’s newest sports, professional fitness, family recreation and spa destination in Roseville. The new Life Time facility is currently under...

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Reminder from the City of Roseville to Share the Trail

Off-street trails are a great place for fun, recreation and transportation. With courtesy, common sense, and a few safety guidelines, all visitors can have a safe and enjoyable experience. Be a responsible trail user, Share the Trail.-  Don’t block the trail -  Keep dogs under control — 6′ leash maximum -  Travel at a safe...

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