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Expose these disability fakers

Around a hundred years ago Iowa Hill was totally destroyed by fire. Books tell us that the lack of equipment the fire department had led to many heartbreaks. The same excuse is bei ...

Placer County CEO Tom Miller to retire in early 2012

AUBURN CA - Placer County Executive Officer Tom Miller announced Tuesday that he plans to retire early next year. The county CEO for six years, Miller’s retirement plans were re ...

Auburn police chief set to retire at end of month

Auburn can expect to see some changes in its police department, including the retirement of its chief. Chief Valerie Harris is set to retire June 29, and Captain John Ruffcorn is ...

Top Placer County probation, library jobs filled

Placer County is filling two key management posts from within its own ranks. Mary George, who started with Placer County as a library clerk 19 years ago, has been promoted from as ...

Fair CEO says goodbye

Gold Country Fair’s chief executive officer is retiring after six years. Greg Hegwer, who joined the fair’s staff in 2004, said Tuesday he felt this was an appropriate time to ...

Placer County DA Brad Fenocchio retires with good, bad memories

While Brad Fenocchio was working on the death penalty trial of Arturo Suarez, the trial was working on him. Fenocchio, 63, retired this past week as Placer County District Attorne ...

Chief retiring too young

Pay of public officials was headlines Aug 18. Roseville Police Chief (Mike) Blair’s retirement at the early age of 50 (Journal, Aug. 20) is surprising since he is at the peak of ...

Salary ‘double dipping’ raises concerns

Retirement deals for five top managers of the city of Rocklin aimed at saving the city money are raising some concerns. Rocklin City Manager Carlos Urrutia said he has nothing to ...

Shakeup at Placer County development agency follows building bust

Placer County’s building downturn is giving the hard-hit Community Development Resources Agency a new look that could save the county $125,000. The net savings will come from do ...

Bruschi goes out in style

A unique and special career came to an end Monday when 1991 Roseville High graduate Tedy Bruschi announced his retirement from the National Football League’s New England Patriots ...