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Studio 65 starts early registration for summer dance season

Studio 65 Dance Company is now accepting early registration for classes at its new state of the art studio at 6506 Lonetree Boulevard. The dance classes cover an array of genres, i ...

Rocklin group offers light in difficult times

Weddings, funerals, baby showers – they are momentous occasions, but what happens to the beautiful floral arrangements after the attendees scatter? Most are thrown away, but ...

Rocklin council ‘shocked,’ ‘disappointed’ at county staff for silence on marijuana issue

The tenor shifted between concern and frustration at a special Rocklin City Council meeting Friday morning as council members, who had gathered to learn about Placer County’s ...

UPDATE: Roseville police name man who killed himself in SWAT standoff

The man who triggered an hours-long standoff Wednesday in Roseville before taking his own life has been identified as 46-year-old Travis Swol. Police recently announced that Swol w ...

Boldness pays off in the biz story of Don Quixote’s Mexican Grill in Rocklin

For centuries the world has been fascinated by the tale of Don Quixote, a half-mad, sentimental adventurer who gallops off to follow his dream despite reality’s looming shado ...

Our View: South and West - long live the connection

Mexico, it’s the sister soul of California. Welcome to the Cinco de Mayo edition. This week our features, local profiles and travel piece all salute that culture which first ...

Highway 49 North Auburn bypass back on the political table

The long-simmering question of building a bypass around Auburn to eliminate Highway 49 traffic congestion was dusted off Tuesday. The resurrection of a much-discussed, long-buried ...

Marshall Tucker fills Rocklin’s new theater to capacity

Legendary Southern country-rock group Marshall Tucker Band christened Rocklin’s new Quarry Park Amphitheater to a sold-out crowd Friday, April 29. The group was preparing for ...

Sierra College in Rocklin to show off virtual reality tech at free meet-up

Sierra College will host a free public demonstration of cutting-edge virtual reality technology at 6 p.m. May 6 in the cafeteria of its Rocklin campus, according to representatives ...

Go for the burn – but get that permit first

Citing dry weather conditions, Cal Fire has put a burn permit requirement back in place as temperatures start to heat up again. The drop in moisture means brush and grasses in the ...

Police investigate Rocklin gun heist

Rocklin police are trying to determine who helped themselves to an arsenal of weapons at a local gun store Sunday morning. According to officers, the incident happened around 4:02 ...

Roseville’s new indoor skydiving experience prepares to take flight

Roseville residents with the thrill-seeking instinct will finally have a new option in coming weeks: iFly, the international indoor skydiving venture, will start taking party and g ...

Roy Ruhkala shares passion for Rocklin’s rich legacy

Roy Ruhkala may have started collecting pieces of Rocklin’s history nearly 50 years ago, but he has been gathering memories of the community’s rich history for a lifeti ...

Dinosaur Day returns to Rocklin at Sierra College

Dinosaur Day Science Fest, a family-friendly educational event, returns to the Sierra College Natural History Museum this weekend, according to a news release from the college. Th ...