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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 ...

Rocklin weighs county’s embattled marijuana ordinance

Rocklin City Council has questions about Placer County’s impending new ordinance about marijuana cultivation in unincorporated areas, and that will be the subject of a specia ...

Marshall Tucker Band kicks off Rocklin concert series

A summer concert series to inaugurate Rocklin’s new Quarry Park starts Friday with a sold-out performance by The Marshall Tucker Band, an iconic Southern country-rock group f ...

Whitney High student media wins 2 first-place awards at national convention

Rocklin is on track to help turn out the next generation of powerful newspaper and magazine reporters. Last week it was announced that Whitney High School’s student-run prin ...

Video: Ninja Sushi's grand opening on Vernon Street

Ninja Sushi held its grand opening this past weekend. The Press Tribune was there to grab some video of the scene and chat with owner Steve Kwon.    The footag ...

Roseville chiropractor sentenced in Hawaii for rape

A Roseville chiropractor was sentenced last week to 10 years in prison for raping a woman in Maui, Hawaii in September 2011. According to Maui County First Deputy Attorney Robert ...

Rocklin mourns former mayor Kathy Lund

She gave three decades of her life to serving Rocklin, and as word spread this week about that life ending, locals and leaders alike were doubting they would ever see a figure quit ...

Sierra College patrons to host gardening event May 4

Gardening fanatics can get some tips on adding focus, drama and color to their landscapes at an upcoming event put on by the Sierra College Foundation. According to the school, th ...

Three arrests at rural Auburn cannabis oil lab

A “knock and talk” inspection at a rural Auburn house to determine compliance with medical marijuana laws has led to three arrests connected to the discovery of a honey ...

Rocklin quilter talks upcoming community show

In an era where most wedding and baby gifts come from a discount chain store, and hardly hold up to a few tumbles in the dryer, there is something genuinely unique about a handmade ...

Surveys show underage drinking is down in Rocklin

Little more than a year after the city of Rocklin adopted a social host ordinance to curb underage drinking by holding homeowners responsible, and less than a year after Roseville ...

Day Tripper: Spring bloom 2016 at Sacramento’s Old City Cemetery

April is the time when admirers of reverent stone angels and rare roses from across the globe tour the historic Sacramento City Cemetery. There are still a couple weeks to see the ...

Data around overdose antidote highlights heroin in Rocklin

Heroin overdoses have claimed dozens of young lives in Placer County in recent years, and as the legal and cultural battle to make an overdose antidote more available rages on, dat ...