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Mary Gibson

Mary Gibson Mary Virginia Gibson passed away April 2, 2003 in Roseville at the age of 78. She was born Jan. 18, 1925, in Jerome, Ariz., and retired from banking in 1968. She is sur ...

Hillmen handle Eagles on the diamond

The Placer baseball team scored 13 runs on 12 hits Tuesday, and that was just the first inning. Playing Sierra Foothill League rival Del Oro in a game rescheduled from Friday night ...

Three leaders of the pack

When opposing Pioneer Valley League softball batters look up the gut of the Bear River defense, 11 years of varsity experience stare back at them. That?s just pitcher Ashley Pruss, ...

Cut administration costs, not schools or staff

I am dismayed by the recent article about our school district and how it is pitting the parents of Rock Creek and Alta Vista against the very employees who make the district safe f ...

ROP program shouldn?t be axed in current budget crises

I feel very sorry for our students and future generations of teenagers if the governor?s proposed budget is passed. I am a parent of a student in the 49er ROP Fire Science Careers ...

The U.N. didn't want the war, so they don't deserve the spoils

By Dennis Clifford I saw an interesting article a couple of weeks ago asking the question, ?Has the United Nations lost its relevance?? At the time I thought that maybe I had misse ...

Yankees 4-0 in BRLL Majors baseball

After two weeks of Bear River Little League Major Division baseball for ages 10-12, the Yankees are 4-0, the Giants and Indians 2-1, the Rockies 1-1, the Dodgers 1-2 and the White ...

The hills are alive

Masters Week brings us the first major golf championship of the year. To me, The Masters is the official start of spring. Will Tiger win his third straight Masters championship or ...

Maki named Auburn Business of the year

?Auburn is my home town, but I was born somewhere else,? is something Cheryl Maki says when she meets new people. It is that strong connection to the community that is being recogn ...

Hillmen tennis mixes it up with NU

Even against the program he coached until this year, Placer boys tennis coach Tom Isaac felt changing his team?s routine a little wouldn?t hurt in Monday?s nonleague match against ...