City of Roseville

Our View: Help for former foster youth inspires

A backpack, a notebook, shampoo and a slice of pizza took on a new meaning recently when former foster care children who are now students at Sierra College shared their stories. T ...

Move Placer County Fair and watch it fail

Part of the problem with the Placer County Fairgrounds and the raceway has been the lack of guidance and direction from Placer County. Why would they move the facility after all of ...

Roseville faces rising pension tide

Like many municipalities, the City of Roseville faces a pension problem. The city’s annual contribution to the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) has bec ...

It’s a mall world, after all

If Placer County Superior Court Judge Larry D. Gaddis never hears another case involving the Roseville Galleria. I suspect he’ll be very happy. By now, most of us know he had t ...

Ruffalo: Staff shuffles scream for a new address book

Looks as if I’ll have to add another item to my already bulky Christmas wish list. Seems I’m in dire need of a new address book because the current one is nearly illegible what ...

Kerridge city’s ‘nightmare’

Re: “Roseville hires new city manager after six-month search,” (Journal, May 9). Who did the City of Roseville speak to or consult before determining to hire the man who becam ...

Trend of buying out contracts is just too costly

The Auburn Journal headline this week screamed, “Buyouts pay execs to leave.” The accompanying article by reporter Gus Thomson detailed how local elected officials handed out ...

Free cats really are not

I couldn’t agree with Ms. Shirley Hartford more (“Cat give-away irresponsible,” Reader Input, July 8). For years, non-profit organizations have frowned upon “free to good h ...

Our wastewater treatment draws notice of big guns in D.C.

Slam-dunking the notebook while mulling over the fact that the local NBA franchise opted for Paul Westphal instead of Kurt Rambis as coach. Obviously, in Sacramento, the sport of K ...

Placer County water levels near normal

While most California farmers, businesses and citizens worry about severe water shortages this year, customers of the Placer County Water Agency can be confident that they have one ...