Politics

BROADWAY LIFE

Ken Broadway is well known by many Rocklin residents. Since 2012, Broadway has served as a Parks and Recreation commissioner, Planning Commissioner, councilman, mayor and is on oth ...

Rocklin Police Department can hire middle school resource officer

After spending nearly three hours discussing items related to Quarry Park Adventures, Rocklin City Council also discussed other significant items during Tuesday night’s counc ...

Local mayors cool tensions over beer summit

Last Friday, the Loomis and Rocklin mayors drove to neutral ground in Granite Bay to start a dialogue regarding contentious issues. Friday’s meeting at New Glory Brewing in ...

Reader says we need to remember what happened in the past

I have just read the two articles concerning Nazi memorabilia (Feb. 1 front page, Nazi items in area store sparks local concerns” and page 4, “Our View, Promoting Nazi ...

Historic value or symbols of hate?

In defense of offering Nazi memorabilia for sale at Roseville’s Antique Trove, co-owner Gary Dean commented, “It’s not like I couldn’t rent that space to so ...

Rocklin leaders praise Police K-9 division

Tuesday’s regularly-scheduled Rocklin council meeting began with a Rocklin Police Department presentation about the tireless efforts by its K-9 division.   The Rocklin ...

The state of Placer County is strong

As we begin the new year, I am happy to report that the state of Placer County is strong. Last year, we celebrated many achievements, which included good fiscal health as well as ...

Rocklin seeks candidates for Ruhkala awards

The City of Rocklin is now seeking nominations for the Ruhkala Community Service Awards (RCSA) this month according to Rocklin City spokesman Michael Young. Rocklin is made up of ...

Rocklin Council extends agreement with school district

The city took measures to invest in Rocklin youth and swim programs at Tuesday night’s Rocklin City Council meeting. According to city officials, council unanimously voted ...

It took 168 years for this to happen in Placer County

New Placer County Supervisor Bonnie Gore made it two women on the Board of Supervisors when she was sworn in Tuesday. Joining Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery, Gore’s oath of ...

Rocklin Council talks tractor supply

Rocklin approved the design review for a new Tractor Supply Company during a special City Council meeting Dec. 18. The new farm and home supply retail store, located on a parcel ...

2018 a great year of achievements

I can’t help but feel overwhelmed with pride about all the achievements made in the last year here in Placer County and the positive difference made in our community. All of ...

Board of Supervisors green lights new indoor sports complex at old fairgrounds

Get ready for some major renovations to what will become one of the the largest indoor sports facility in the Sacramento region, according to Placer County officials.   On Tu ...

Why our border matters

    Every nation has a natural right and responsibility to determine who is admitted to its borders.  This is what defines a country and ultimately determines whet ...

Rocklin City Council honors Scott Yuill

Before swearing in ceremonies took place Tuesday night at Rocklin City Chambers, the council honored longtime statesman Scott Yuill for his service to Rocklin. Yuill served a tot ...