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Rocklin’s ‘Barber Bill’ passes torch, scissors

After 43 years behind the chair, famed Rocklin barber Bill Adrian – “Barber Bill,” as his friends know him – put down his combs and shavers last month for t ...

Rocklin preps for next race in Heidi’s memory

The legacy of one young runner’s passion moved 830 individuals to generate $12,000 in college scholarships last year, which were awarded to athletes at Rocklin High and Whitn ...

Rocklin brother-sister team create their own video game app

Western Sierra Collegiate Academy students Henry and Heidi Low have been combining their fascination with pet rabbits with their love for computer coding. According to Western Sier ...

Rocklin considers downtown development, new projects for 2015

Rocklin city officials will meet Saturday to plan Rocklin’s future and set its priorities for 2015, including ways to use vacant properties, attract new businesses and work t ...

Cal’s cash flow to private prisons grows

On Sept. 20, 2011, a bipolar-schizophrenic named Armando Cruz could be seen from the guard’s window hanging in his cell in the Psychiatric Services Unit of California State P ...

Sierra College’s Mechatronics program lands $10,000 grant

A recent job fair at Sierra College in Rocklin led to a regional business gifting $10,000 to the school’s specialized Mechatronics program. The money was donated by Folsom co ...

Horst, Halldin named co-winners of Business Person of the Year

The Rocklin Chamber of Commerce recently announced that city manager Rick Horst has been named a co-winner of its “Business Person of the Year” award for 2014. The cha ...

Crabfeed to benefit Sierra’s programs for the arts

The Sierra College Patron’s Crab and Shrimp Feed will be held Friday, Feb. 6 at the historic Blue Goose Fruit Sheds at 3550 Taylor Road in Loomis. The meal includes salad, pa ...

UPDATE: Detainees released during possible shooting investigation

Two men who were temporarily detained as suspects in a possible incident of a California Highway Patrol officer being fired upon were released later this afternoon without charges. ...

Assemblyman Frank Bigelow on budgets, bullet trains and TV's 'American Pickers'

Assemblyman Frank Bigelow visited Auburn this week, touching down on a morning Meddlers meeting and addressing the Auburn Rotary. He also took time to sit down with the Auburn Jour ...