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Feed My Starving Children Group Packs 520,992 Meals

ROCKLIN – More than 2,400 volunteers packed 520,992 meals for malnourished children around the world at a three-day event at William Jessup University in Rocklin. The Feed My Starving Children MobilePack event brought volunteers from all over the region, including businesses, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, local elected officials, school groups and a professional...

Placer County Online
PCWA General Manager Announces Retirement

AUBURN – David A. Breninger, longtime general manager of the Placer County Water Agency, today announced his retirement to the PCWA Board of Directors. “My service to you and with our team has been profoundly rewarding,” said Breninger, who plans to retire March 6.  “I’ve enjoyed every moment working for the board and with each director all...

Placer County Online
Funeral service and donation information for Detective Michael D. Davis, Jr.

Funeral services for Placer County Sheriff’s Detective Michael D. Davis, Jr., are being held Tuesday, November 4, at 10 a.m. at Adventure Christian Church in Roseville. The service is open to the public. Media will not be allowed inside the church; however, pool coverage will be available. Adventure Christian Church is located at 6401 Stanford Ranch Road,...

Placer County Online
Sierra College celebrates the new Nursing Village in a ribbon cutting ceremony

ROCKLIN - Sierra College welcomed their long-running Nursing Program back to the Rocklin campus with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony on October 14 beginning at 5:00pm. A gathering in a large room within the new Nursing Village held over 70 guests from the healthcare industry, local public agencies, and the business community. For the past 16 years,...

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Sierra and foothills roadtrips in an electric car

Sierra and foothills roadtrips in an electric car

More electric vehicles are on the road, with Northern California ranked as the top EV region. By 2022, California’s electric vehicle sales are expected to be more than double the total for the next three most popular EV states. EVs aren’t just for intercity travel. Silicon Valley-based Tesla Motors, which is building an EV battery “gigafactory” in...

Placer County Online
Placer County Deputy, Sacramento Deputy Killed

We are saddened by the senseless shootings that occurred Friday in the Arden Area and in Auburn and extend our sympathies to all those affected by these shootings. We have compiled coverage from area media, with links to the stories below. Sacramento Bee The Auburn Journal KCRA, Channel 3 News10 CBS 13  FOX40  ...

Placer County Online
Oakmont student starts “Got Balls” program to help juvenile victims of crime

Oakmont High School Junior, 17 year old Mallory Mason, has always wanted to do something to make a difference in the lives of children.  The tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut was a reminder of innocence interrupted, and when a teacher challenged Mallory’s class to take a dream and put it into...

Placer County Online
Public and private sectors benefited from CA Continuous Improvement Forum

ROCKLIN – Thirty leaders from regional businesses and California State Departments learned how their organizations can apply a Lean Philosophy to increase efficiency at the “California Continuous Improvement Forum” on October 7 in Sacramento, sponsored by the Institute for Quality Public Services, Continuous Improvement Network, California Government Operations Agency and the Sierra College Center...

Placer County Online
William Jessup partners to support Rocklin’s Harvest Run on Oct 18

ROCKLIN - William Jessup University welcomes local runners to its growing campus on Saturday, October 18 to participate in Up Capital Management’s inaugural Rocklin Harvest Run, a 5K run slated to begin at 9 a.m. Originated by the investment-advising firm, the event was birthed out of the idea of giving back to local area schools....

Placer County Online
Sierra College Football Alumni Tailgate Party kicks off Wolverine homecoming

Wolverine homecoming – Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 1pm Rocklin, CA- – While the annual gridiron grudge match between Sierra College and Sacramento City College is the headliner for Sierra’s 2014 homecoming on Saturday, October 18, the party gets started with the first-ever Sierra College Football Alumni Tailgate Party. All former Wolverine players, coaches and...

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