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Rocklin police catch threatening tree vandal

On Tuesday, Dec. 9, Rocklin police officers arrested a 21-year-old commuter student for allegedly carving threatening death messages into numerous trees along the nature trails beh ...

Rocklin reminds residents of holiday furlough

The City of Rocklin public offices will be closed from Dec. 25, 2014 through Jan. 2, 2015, as the city conducts its annual holiday furlough. While routine and business operations w ...

Placer Comm CEO visits Washington D.C.

Placer County Community Foundation CEO Veronica Blake was recently one of 75 leaders from community foundations throughout the U.S. to visit the White House for a 100-year celebrat ...

FUSE front and center at Rocklin tree lighting

Federal Union of Science and Engineers Local 1212 jumped in on Rocklin’s tree lighting action on Dec. 6., sponsoring a booth and hosting an interactive children’s craft ...

George Magnuson returns as Rocklin's mayor

For the sixth time in 23 years, Rocklin City Council last week named George Magnuson the city’s mayor for 2015. A Rocklin resident since 1977 with his wife, Kathy, Magnuson ...

Rocklin's Boneshaker brews new project in Lincoln

It’s been a busy year for the Rocklin-based “Boneshaker” brand, as it expanded in April into a new restaurant and brewery and will expand again next month into sp ...

Cards for Alexis

Cards for Alexis A little girl with terminal brain cancer needs our help. This will be her last Christmas and as a special gift her family has asked for Christmas cards. Sunrise S ...

Egg prices to increase in January

In a couple of weeks, a plate of scrambled eggs or that omelet may cost you a little more, thanks to a California law going into effect in January. The price of eggs will increase ...

UPDATE: Wreck at Hwy 65 and Twelve Bridges sends six to hospital

Evening commuters driving between Lincoln and Rocklin on Highway 65 were slowed Monday, Dec. 16 by a head-on, two-vehicle crash directly under the Twelve Bridges Roa ...

Rocklin hit with multiple scams

Just about everyone owns a telephone and so people have been at risk from tele-scams for years; but with the ever increasing amounts of personal details now available online, polic ...