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Historic author to give talk in Rocklin

The Rocklin History Series continues on Feb. 22 with a live presentation by historian Kathy Smith, co-author of “The Sage of Smarsville: the collected stories of George Rigby ...

Sierra College students launch new art exhibit

A new art show will be on display until Feb. 7 highlighting the work of Sierra College students who have won scholarships for their excellence and dedication. The exhibit ...

New biz smiles on its opening day in Rocklin

The city welcomed a new business when Rocklin Modern Dentistry recently held its grand opening. Pictured here, Dr. Ricky Tran welcomes a new patient into his office at 5182 Commons ...

Shooting suspects detained in Rocklin cleared of all charges

Rocklin residents who watched a cavalcade of patrol cars surround two men along Sierra College Boulevard on Jan. 16 can rest easier knowing reports that a law enforcement officer w ...

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 ...

Loomis/Rocklin Rotary celebrates 50th anniversary

Although the Loomis/Rocklin Rotary Club will continue to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2015, they have no intention of limiting the festivities to one event, according to club ...

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 ...