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Oskari was a bridge between Rocklin and Finland independence
Friday Mar 27 2015
Eighteen-year-old Oskari Tokoi left Russian-ruled Finland and came to New York in 1891. He was one of 350,000 Finns who came to America escaping Finland’s harsh politica ...
History of the trees: Andrews sparked a citrus boom throughout Rocklin
Wednesday Jun 25 2014
Auburn orchardist Moses Andrews originated South Placer County’s citrus industry in 1871 when he first marketed commercial-quality oranges from a tree that he had started fro ...
Another look at Rocklin’s historic Roundhouse
Wednesday Jun 11 2014
In 1862, during the Civil War, the United States Congress authorized Federal incentives for construction of a rail line to connect eastern population centers with California. In Ja ...
Expulsion of Chinese on heels of murder
Tuesday Sep 11 2012
Editor’s Note: This is the second of a three-part series focusing on the expulsion of the Chinese residents of Rocklin in 1877. On Sept. 16, 1877, lawmen from Rocklin and Rosevi ...
Letter to Editor: Ordinance could boost economy
Tuesday Sep 04 2012
In the Aug. 23 edition of the Placer Herald, I wrote about historic preservation and outlined several benefits to the community. One of the most important benefits of having a lo ...
Letter to Editor: Let's preserve our 'hard rock' history
Tuesday Sep 04 2012
I strongly agree with Carol Ellis’s comments in the (Aug. 23) Placer Herald regarding Rocklin’s forgotten/hidden history/heritage. I have lived here for 10 years and, except fo ...
Letter to Editor: City should set up Historic Preservation Commission
Tuesday Aug 21 2012
From Bakersfield to Beverly Hills, forward thinking cities (and City Council members) are establishing Historic Preservation Ordinances along with Historic Preservation Commissions ...
Celebrating Rocklin's history
Tuesday Aug 21 2012
Rocklin artist Ken Maddex and his wife, Jill, were the center of last week’s celebration marking the completion of the Rocklin landmarks mural on the exterior of the Blue Moose D ...
Immigrants dig into Rocklin's quarries
Wednesday Apr 04 2012
They would drag hay bales across the floor to make it slick and then dance to the music of Rocklin’s Echo Band until midnight. They would adjourn upstairs for supper, rest awhil ...
Rocklin's early firefighters held monthly meetings to plan weekly dances
Wednesday Feb 22 2012
Editor’s Note: This is the second in a four-part series on the historic fire of 1914. DeFoe, a history professor at Sierra College, presented the story at the Rocklin Historical ...
Rocklin's granite roots found in and on rail lines
Wednesday Dec 14 2011
Editor’s Note: This is the second part of a three-part series on the industry that put Rocklin on the map. Part three was mistakenly published last week. The earliest documen ...
Rocklin's legacy is built with granite
Wednesday Nov 30 2011
Editor’s Note: This is the first of a three-part series on the industry that put Rocklin on the map. Downtown Rocklin is built astride a 100-square-mile belt of high quality a ...
Wednesday Jul 20 2011
One Year AgoJuly 22, 2010 -- His buddies knew better than to ask K.J. McKenzie if he wants to go swimming or play video games.Such is the life of a motocross racer, especially one ...
Wednesday Jun 29 2011
1 YEAR AGO July 1, 2010 — Rocklin High varsity baseball coach Roc Murray will throw out the first pitch at today’s Sacramento River Cats game. The River Cats are honoring Mur ...
Wednesday Jun 15 2011
5 YEARS AGOJune 14, 2006 — Not surprisingly, it’s numbers that tell the story of Rocklin Elementary School’s Math Olympiad team and its problem-solving talent.Tak ...
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