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Dinos delight at Sierra College
Sunday Mar 17 2013
Last Sunday, more than 2,000 children and parents made their way to Sierra College for a day filled with learning and laughter. The college hosted its biennial Dinosaur Days Scien ...
History of the headstones: Rocklin Cemetery
Saturday Mar 16 2013
The Rocklin Cemetery is at the corner of South Grove and Kannasto streets. Its origin is unknown, but tradition says that its first burial was in 1864, when a missing railroad work ...
Rocklin spring provided drinking water
Saturday Mar 09 2013
Huff’s Spring is at the north end of Johnson Springview Park, 200 yards east of the Spring View Middle School soccer field. You can gain access from Fifth Street via the foot ...
The history behind Rocklin's victorian houses
Sunday Mar 03 2013
These three homes are near the Wickman-Johnson white farmhouse at the corner of Rocklin Road and Fifth Street. They stand out in the neighborhood by their Victorian design. All are ...
History highlights: Spring View students delve into the past
Saturday Mar 02 2013
Last Friday, students at Rocklin’s Spring View Middle School unveiled their projects for Placer County’s History Day. This year’s theme, “Turning Points in ...
History Day at Spring View Middle School
Thursday Feb 28 2013
Historic home stays in the family
Sunday Feb 24 2013
This white farmhouse is at 5200 5th St., at the west end of Rocklin Road. Anders Wickman acquired it in 1919 from the estate of William Huff, who had built it in 1886. Wickman was ...
Barudoni Building’s granite walls came in handy during 1914 fire
Saturday Feb 16 2013
The Barudoni Building is at 5250 Front St., across from the Old Saint Mary’s Chapel. Meat broker Joseph Barudoni built it in 1905 as a meat market, with an office for Dr. Woo ...
One Billion Rising at Sierra College
Thursday Feb 14 2013
On Valentine's Day, Sierra College students, staff, and faculty members joined activists around the world to protest violence against women and girls. One Billion Rising ...
Rocklin Historical Society welcomes new officers
Monday Feb 11 2013
Rocklin Historical Society members gathered for dinner and the installation of the 2013 officers Jan. 23 at the Whitney Oaks Golf Club. President Skip Gebel, right, introduces the ...
Rocklin’s Saint Mary’s Chapel a landmark on Front Street
Sunday Feb 10 2013
The Old Saint Mary’s Chapel is at 5251 Front St. It is the centerpiece of Heritage Park, which is a joint project of the city of Rocklin and the Rocklin Historical Society to ...
Roundhouse was gateway to Sierra
Friday Feb 01 2013
Rocklin’s roundhouse was at the intersection of Front Street and Rocklin Road, east of today’s Crossroads Church. A plaque near these remnants of the west-facing roundh ...
Fossils and fun: Sierra College museum hosts open house
Thursday Jan 31 2013
The Sierra College Natural History Museum held a free open house on Saturday. Kids of all ages were treated to hands-on science exhibits, family-friendly lectures, as we ...
History on track in Rocklin
Tuesday Jan 29 2013
Rocklin’s railroad depot is on Rocklin Road at the corner of Railroad Avenue, next to the Union Pacific Railroad tracks. The city of Rocklin built it in 2007 to beautify Rock ...
State building boasts granite from Capitol Quarry’s early days
Wednesday Jan 16 2013
This granite quarry is behind the city office building at 3970 Rocklin Road. To get the best view of the quarry pit, go to the second floor exterior stairwell landing of that offic ...
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