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Day Tripper: Drinking the days away in Napa Valleys sunshine

It’s going to be a toasty-warm summer, so why not sit back with a burst-of-flavor Pinot Grigio, chilled to perfection, and enjoy the lovely summer days. That’s a quest ...

Another look at Rocklin’s historic Roundhouse

In 1862, during the Civil War, the United States Congress authorized Federal incentives for construction of a rail line to connect eastern population centers with California. In Ja ...

LARTA helps bring tennis communities together

The LARTA (Lincoln and Rocklin Tennis Association) second annual Tennis Spectacular was held last month at the Lincoln Hills Sport Pavilion and Tennis Courts. The LARTA FUNraising ...

Roseville rail yard explosion revisited

It was the morning of April 28, 1973, when Phoebe Astill was violently awakened from her sleep, having been thrown literally out of bed by a terrible concussion that rocked her hou ...

Rocklin girl shows need for wishes

Nothing could stop spunky and spirited Autumn Grisham from having the time of her life on May 21 when the Make-A-Wish Northeastern California and Northern Nevada chapter, along wit ...

Rocklin’s Huff Spring: history at 120 gallons a minute

If you find yourself walking through Johnson Springview Park, heading on the trail past the remains of what was once a Johnson dairy farm, and then continuing further still towards ...

ThunderCats performing arts camp preps for July launch

Singing, dancing and acting will also be nurtured this summer at the ThunderCats Performing Arts Camp, a collaborative effort between Rocklin and Whitney high schools. Or ...

Roseville deli owners compete to open spot at new Kings Arena

Better Foods Deli in Roseville has been serving handcrafted sandwiches and salads for the past 44 years, and the family that owns it is aiming at a second location connected to the ...

Courtside makes it official with open house last week

Courtside Basketball Center did as promised and officially swung open its doors with a ribbon cutting and public welcome Friday. The five, new hardwood courts were already alive w ...

Day Tripper: Enter the rose kaleidoscope of Sacramento’s Old City Cemetery

The Old City Cemetery in Sacramento has steadily morphed into one of California’s most intriguing collections of roses from around the world. First plotted in 1849, the cemet ...