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Our View: Readers can still measure ‘The Messenger’
Wednesday Oct 15 2014
It seems every time I meet someone new and tell them I’m a journalist, they feel inclined — maybe even obligated — to chime in with some variation on the lament t ...
Supes ante up with study on homelessness
Saturday Sep 27 2014
Placer County supervisors took a small but significant step last week in addressing the problem of homelessness in our communities, and for that, the board is to be commended. Sup ...
Our View: Rocklin Unified in a jam — it’s amateur hour
Wednesday Sep 24 2014
One of the most cliché images in world literature is the motif of a crafty, energetic student finally surpassing his or her teacher; yet there was no better analogy to fall ...
Another View: Putting pen to paper does not make you a writer - it makes you a primate
Wednesday Sep 17 2014
I’m not exactly sure when it happened, but at some point we lost our way. Maybe it was when we got trophies despite getting beaten on the field, or maybe it was the time that ...
Our View: A Burning Man for all seasons
Thursday Sep 04 2014
Early in “Lawrence of Arabia,” David Lean's epic about a soul-searching prodigy, the fictional Mr. Dryden observes that Lawrence has a funny sense of “fun&rdq ...
Another View: P.D. looks at slain marshal’s trust as a symbol in hard times
Wednesday Aug 27 2014
One hundred years ago, Rocklin was a small, tight-knit community. Communication was word-of-mouth and newspaper, rather than social media. Our railroad town was sprinkled with farm ...
2 state bills would choke businesses
Friday Aug 22 2014
Over the years, California has earned a reputation of not being friendly to business interests, and thus we have seen states like Texas come try to pry businesses to move out of ou ...
Our View: Cinéma vérité comes of age with ‘Boyhood’
Thursday Jul 31 2014
None of us grow up in a vacuum. Youth is a gauntlet of influences, of family and friends and cultural factors that shape our DNA into the person who comes out the other side, but ...
Our View: Denial bleeds harder than news headlines
Wednesday Jul 23 2014
Silence can be the most comforting way for a community’s future to disintegrate. Earlier this year, a reader published a letter blasting our newsroom for covering too much & ...
Another View: Understanding science shouldn’t be controversial
Wednesday Jul 16 2014
Being a scientist is not for everyone, but benefiting from scientists’ work is. However you want to respond to science—love, hate, inspiration or apathy— is your ...
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