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Rocklin’s history is housed in little house
Wednesday Nov 12 2014
A little house on San Francisco Street and Rocklin Road houses a little slice of Rocklin’s history. Opened in 2002, the Rocklin History Museum ...
Roseville’s Stone House has a dark legacy
Thursday Oct 30 2014
Many cities have their own urban legends or folklore about haunted cemeteries or old, abandoned houses; and while such stories are often conjured by partial truths and overactive i ...
Historical Society brings California architecture expert to Rocklin
Wednesday Oct 29 2014
Few architects have left a more enduring legacy on the look of California than Julia Morgan, whose work between 1904 and 1950 created some the Golden State’s most memorable b ...
Once a staple of life, Rocklin Firemen’s Ball returns
Wednesday Oct 15 2014
Some of northern California’s finest jazz musicians highlighted the gala re-birth of Rocklin’s Firemen’s Ball which, back in the 19th century, was a regular commu ...
Flashback: Golf, celebrities and storms in Rocklin
Wednesday Oct 08 2014
The year was 1964. Lyndon Johnson promised a quick victory in Vietnam and was elected President over Barry Goldwater. Arnold Palmer won the Masters Tournament in golf for what turn ...
Rocklin’s Crossroads forged in historic flames
Wednesday Oct 01 2014
It was a chilly winter night in 1987 when a volunteer firefighter returning from a call was cruising down Rocklin Road and spotted a puff of smoke from the second floor of the old ...
A murder unremembered: Rocklin Cemetery holds a dark tale
Wednesday Aug 20 2014
Situated under a large oak tree in the Rocklin cemetery sits the Chateau family plot. This little obelisk which marks the spot where many of the Chateaus are buried does not have a ...
Historic Rocklin building was forced by fire
Thursday Aug 07 2014
In the early 1890s, demand for Rocklin’s light-gray granite building stone grew steadily and Rocklin’s quarries were at peak activity. Rocklin’s railroad roundhou ...
Heritage Trail museum tour offers 20 museums from Sierra to Valley floor
Wednesday Jul 16 2014
Remnants of the Gold Rush era, transcontinental railroad history, a granite mining site and a host of other peeks at Placer County’s past are on display Aug. 2 and 3 for the ...
Remembering Roy Gardner’s heist in Roseville
Thursday Jun 26 2014
Not since the infamous “gentleman bandit” Black Bart had the west coast seen anyone quite like Roy Gardner; and the city of Roseville would face off with him before his ...
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