Clover Valley

Nisenan first settlers of Clover Valley

Editor?s Note: This is the second in a three-part series on the history of Clover Valley. The northeastern Sacramento Valley and nearby Sierra foothills of the early 19th century ...

Rocklin could be better

A hearing was held in Sacramento on Monday regarding the effort to save Clover Valley from development and to further the plan to make it into a nature preserve for historical educ ...

Time to thank a firefighter

Firefighters are a humble bunch and never look for accolades or praise when they accomplish something marvelous. For them, it’s just routine — a part of the job. Well, battlin ...

Look hard at what Rocklin city council represents

Where was the endorsement of our Rocklin City Council in support of our parks back in the special election in February of 2008? Our city council members and the City of Rocklin s ...

Battle to protect Clover Valley far from over

For the time being, three respected plaintiffs have lost a court case that would have helped save Clover Valley (Journal, Feb. 10). As disappointing as the decision is, the battle ...

Court denies Clover Valley lawsuits

Sacramento Superior Court has ruled not to move forward on two lawsuits to stop development of Clover Valley, Terry Davis, Sierra Club Mother Lodge Chapter representative, confirme ...

Rocklin City Council wrought ‘train wreck’ of roads and roofs

One of the most incredulous parts of the entire Clover Valley saga is that the Rocklin City Council cannot fathom the train wreck they have wrought with roads and roofs in almost e ...

Rocklin council ignored mandate to serve citizens

Rocklin council ignored mandate to serve citizens Rocklin’s City Council was chastised for its obsession with supporting development in Clover Valley (Measure H) to the detrimen ...

Government betrayed voters on Clover Valley

Over 7,000 voters know how Rocklin's City Council betrayed them by supporting the horrific Clover Valley proposed development. County supervisors opportunist (Robert) Weygandt, m ...

From the Left: Rocklin mayor crossed the line in campaign

It is often said that politics is not for the faint of heart. Or to quote American philosopher Will Rogers, If you ever injected the truth into politics, you would have no politics ...

We had a chance, we blew it

Many thousands of Rocklin citizens are probably wondering how Measure H passed, especially with all the opposition against it. Basically, it comes down to two reasons. There were j ...

How about a survey on campaign contributions?

In doing some research during the No on H battle, I discovered that there are no limits on campaign contributions in most local (county/city) elections in California. This is nuts, ...

No on H showed small group could cause change

For the past six years I have gathered passion from this oft-heard quote: Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.Â Indeed it's th ...

Tribe’s ‘change in heart’ on Clover Valley reflects priorities

I'm curious as to why the United Auburn Indian Tribe has changed their views on Clover Valley. According to the Auburn Journal, April 26, 2005 ““ the tribe offered the Save Clo ...

Storey calls for meeting

Rocklin Mayor Brett Storey announced plans this week to meet with Clover Valley Partners and leaders of the United Auburn Indian Community. The purpose of the meeting, Storey said ...