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Reader Input: Every 10 miles a Walmart?

I have to respond to Ms. (Patricia) Meisinger’s letter to the editor about Walmart being a good fit for Auburn (Reader Input, Oct. 8). How tragic it is that one might have ...

Reader Input: Walmart a good fit for Auburn

We are so glad to hear Walmart has been cleared to start construction in our community of North Auburn. It will bring much needed jobs and revenue to our job depressed area. In s ...

Reader Input: Of Starbucks and Walmart

I notice the other day while I was driving down Auburn Ravine towards Interstate 80 that a new Starbucks is going in. That makes five in total in our small town. Why do we really ...

Whitney Oaks to host PGA Nor-Cal Open

Whitney Oaks Golf Club has been selected to host the 86th annual Northern California Open Championship Sept. 9-11. A pro-am event will be held Sept. 8. Local Lincoln golfer Pasqua ...

Thunder, ‘Cats host season openers Friday

Rocklin and Whitney high schools will open their 2013 football campaigns at home Friday. The Thunder host Pleasant Grove and the Wildcats entertain Vintage from Napa. Rocklin got ...

New coaches out to toughen up Timberwolves

Under new co-head coaches Jason and Kyle Stowers, Woodcreek High School football has one word on its mind: Toughness. The word is thrown around in every drill. Coaches preach it a ...

Rocklin man does karaoke his way

Rocklin resident Len Austin didn’t celebrate his 90th birthday in a typical way — unless you consider a party with family and friends during karaoke night at a Rosevill ...

New man behind the wheel at Granite Bay

This wouldn’t be an ideal situation for many coaches to be in, replacing the only head coach a high school has known since it opened in the 1990s, a man who led the football ...

Hungry Roseville is bigger, better and deeper

The sidelines are wider at Hanson Field on the Roseville High School campus this year. The tiger paw at midfield is new, too, part of the freshened turf surface, and the Tigers wer ...

New Placer Academy rewards teachers’, families’ perseverance

In the past year, students from a Placer County school went to class at a pizzeria, a grocery store, a living room and a church, as parents and teachers scrambled to continue their ...