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Man arrested at swim tourney

A 36-year-old North Highlands resident was arrested on suspicion of taking pictures of young swimmers participating in a championship meet at Sierra College on Saturday morning. L ...

Sierra College Press book earns bronze medal

“Tahoe Beneath the Surface,” written by Scott Lankford and co-published in 2010 by Sierra College Press and Heyday Books, received a Bronze Medal for the 2010 Book of the Year ...

Halldin appointed to Sierra College board

A Roseville business owner has been appointed to fill a seat on the Sierra College Board of Trustees that has been vacant for more than one year. Bill Halldin, Rocklin resident an ...

Instructors learn program to prepare future manufacturing, technical workers

Retirements and fewer opportunities to take technical education classes due to funding cuts are creating a shortage of employees with skills to design, engineer and repair equipmen ...

Sierra college looking to fill board opening

The Sierra Joint Community College District is accepting applications to serve as an appointed member of the board of trustees until the next regularly scheduled election for gover ...

Wolverines strike out in regionals

One bad inning was the beginning of the end for Sierra College’s baseball team. One good pitcher was too much for the Wolverines softball squad during the Northern California Sup ...

New President of Sierra College named

William “Willy” Duncan has been named president/superintendent of Sierra College, announced Board President Aaron Klein on Tuesday afternoon.Duncan, currently president ...

Sierra diver sweeps at state meet

One state championship was not enough for Sierra College’s Molly Swartz, who won the 1-meter diving competition last year as a freshman. She decided she would win two as a sophom ...

Wolverines hope playoffs pay off

Eric Nedeljkovic’s two seasons with Sierra College’s baseball team can be best measured inning by inning. The sophomore has rarely pitched more than one inning at any given tim ...

Volleyball player digs scholarship

Volleyball is taking Lauren Orozco places. The Rocklin High School senior signed a letter of intent last Friday to continue her career at Chico State. She will move to Chico after ...

Sierra rugby club earns respect

Some people say rugby is a hooligan’s sport played by gentlemen. Others say it’s a gentlemen’s sport played by hooligans. The Sierra College rugby club is out to change the ...

Sierra can find room for softball hitter

Ashley Osier started late with Sierra College’s softball team after arriving in January. Her new teammates had been practicing for three months, leaving her little time to make a ...

Letter to editor: Immigration forum lacking

I recently attended a public forum on illegal immigration at Sierra College. The panel was comprised of the Honorable Cruz Reynoso (former California Supreme Court Justice), the co ...

Food bank fills ‘empty bowls’

Since 2007, the number of individuals Placer Food Bank serves has grown 168 percent. They reached a record level of assisting nearly 500,000 people in 2010. That’s a staggering ...

One hit after another for Wolverine

Taking one for the team can often have painful consequences. Jeff Stephens speaks from experience. Stephens started for Sierra College’s baseball team last Thursday, but the sop ...