Opinion

Our View: Will the real Generation Y please step forward?

I once attempted to end an argument with a Roseville official by conceding that I might be an embodiment of all the worst qualities of “Generation X” — cynical, u ...

Letters: No need for PC news

News line: Terrorists attack French Newspaper in Paris. IC: Say it with me "Islamic Terrorists", that wasn't so hard was it? Government "officials" tap da ...

Letters: 'The Lorax' in Rocklin, who cares?

Do Rocklin residents care?   Do the residents of Rocklin know or care that a new residential development of 340 residential units is coming to their city? Called Ga ...

Letters: I am NOT Charile Hebdo

I have the deepest sympathy for the people of France for the trauma of the Charlie Hebdo attack ... and I have the utmost respect for the concept of freedom of expression, having t ...

Another View: Given national headlines, it’s time to thank Rocklin PD

We drive out of Rocklin to work. We drive home to Rocklin to enjoy our families and neighborhoods. Oh, it’s so easy to take for granted the community we live it. Don’t ...

Letters: Plant-saving out of fashion in Rocklin?

What happened to the waste paper collection trailer/dumpster that used to be parked across from Rocklin’s Johnson Springview Park on the corner of 5th Ave and 3rd Ave? I know ...

Another View: Parental guidance suggested

My wife and I are experiencing some parenting challenges lately. Not the standard kind of challenges involving the kids being unruly, but the really annoying kind where we are find ...

Taking on the Resolution Run 2015

New Years Day has always been the start of new beginnings and unbroken resolutions. I decided to begin mine at the Auburn Overlook competing in the Resolution Run for 2015. I am s ...

Our View: Thoughts from a crime reporter’s Christmas

I was sitting in the Boxing Donkey Irish Pub in Old Town Roseville, watching tiny ice-lights glint on the clover-green walls and the old oak curving above the Guinness sign, and Th ...

Our View: Lost and found in the never-ending season

Last week, I published a little tongue-in-cheek column deconstructing the popularity of a novelty Christmas song by Randy Brooks. At least one reader was so incensed that he wrote ...