Letters to the Editor

Another View: Dealing with Rocklin’s sign pollution

Having lived in Rocklin 20 plus years, there seems to be a plethora of new signage taking away from the serenity and historical nature of our beloved city. I speak of the new large ...

Reader Input: Please follow the traffic laws in Rocklin

We want to thank our neighbors and Rocklin residents who comply with traffic laws (regarding speeding, tail-gating and talking on cell phones behind the wheel). We understand that ...

Another View: Before you dismiss, try teaching for a day

I recently retired from a 35-year career in education. After serving much of that time as a site principal and a district level administrator, I thought I had a pretty good handle ...

Another View: Don't believe mischaracterizations of Ukraine

My parents were Ukrainian slave laborers in German Camps who survived the holocaust under Stalin, then Hitler.  Ukraine, rich agriculturally, technologically, intellectually w ...

Reader Input: Harm reduction strategy for Roseville and Placer County

In light of the recent string of heroin overdoses in the area, I ask that Roseville and Placer County consider implementing harm reduction policies. Harm reduction is the philosoph ...

Reader Input: Give the poor a break

I have no respect for either the Rocklin City Council or the Rocklin police. Here’s why. One summer I saw a Rocklin police car stop at a residence to “shake down&rdquo ...

Reader Input: Looking forward to Campus of Hope

Thank you for writing this — homelessness is a terrible thing. (“The cure for homelessness in Placer County?” Feb. 10). I have been homeless for three years. I a ...

Reader Input: Clean up the act at skate park

I love our skate parks, as do my grandkids. They cruise with the big kids and I exercise my right to pick up trash. They get to practice and I get to do a civic duty  I don&rs ...

Reader Input: Watching those taxpayer dollars

I boarded a plane on Monday, Feb. 10, bound for Washington, D.C., and I recognized two fellow travelers, Reps. Ami Bera and Tom McClintock. As the plane boarded, both disappeared ...

Reader Input: Career Day supporters applauded

On Jan. 17, Granite Oaks Middle School held its annual Career Day for seventh- and eighth-grade students. Career Day is a longstanding tradition for both Granite Oaks and Spring V ...