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Rocklin resident preps for 100th birthday party

Rocklin resident Georgia Miller is gearing up to celebrate her 100th birthday on Feb. 14. According to Casa De Santa Fe, where Miller lives, she was born and raised in Watsonville ...

UPDATE: Rocklin police still searching for Wells Fargo robber

Rocklin police investigators are still trying to determine the identity of a man who robbed the Wells Fargo Bank on Granite Drive on Wednesday, Feb. 4. According Rocklin Police Cp ...

Pro-tree rally slated for Rocklin

Citizens for Tree Preservation, a group based in the Rocklin-Loomis area, will be teaming up with the “Rescue Rocklin” citizens group to hold a public rally to demonstr ...

Submissions being accepted for Rockln’s Snowflake art show

The Rocklin Fine Arts Group is inviting area artists to enter the annual Snowflake Art Show that runs between Feb. 28 to March 1. The show will be held at the Rocklin Events Center ...

Rocklin Unified accepting new Kindergarten, Transitional Kindergarten

Rocklin Unified School District is now inviting and accepting applications for Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten students to attend its schools for the 2015-2016 school ...

Drought and sculpture collide in February at Ridley Gallery

Between now and Feb. 19 the Ridley Gallery at Sierra College will be hosting its exhibit, Invented Abundance, featuring the sculptures of Mollie Oblinger. A reception will be held ...

Controversial apartments yellow-tagged by Roseville code enforcement

One of Roseville’s oldest and, in recent years, most notorious buildings was vacated indefinitely last week when the city’s senior building inspector deemed it uninhabi ...

Placer County on alert for measles spread

Ebola. Influenza. And now the measles. The last six months have seen concern ebb and flow as the threat of an outbreak emerges. The latest is measles. The state Department of Pu ...

Rocklin residents irked by planned ridge community

More than 120 Rocklin residents packed the Rocklin City Council chambers last week for a public hearing about a proposed housing development on a ridge surrounded by Silver Street, ...

Teacher shares Rocklin history

Nancy Lohse is preserving Rocklin’s history – one student at a time. A resident of Rocklin for 38 years, the retired teacher delights in sharing stories of Rocklin&rsqu ...