Sierra College

Gantt named head soccer coach at Sierra

With the “interim” tag removed from his head women’s soccer coaching position at Sierra College, Jason Gantt is eagerly looking forward to the upcoming 2013 Lady ...

Sierra College gets a taste of Broadway

The Sierra College Foundation will present “Broadway at Sierra” July 12-21. A cast of 25 singers and dancers will perform numbers from dozens of Broadway musicals, all ...

Granite Bay names interim head football coach

Granite Bay High School on Friday announced it has named James “Skip” Albano as interim head coach of the varsity football team. Albano replaces Ernie Cooper, who step ...

Sierra College announces 2013 grid slate

  Sierra College will begin its 2013 football season under new head coach Ben Noonan on Saturday,  Sept. 7 when the Wolverines play Sacramento City College at Hughes Sta ...

Reader Input: College shows anti-US bias

“Which nation consumes most of the world’s resources, contributes significantly to global warming, is the most militarily aggressive, has serious structural problems in ...

Sierra College unveils 20-year plan

ROCKLIN – Sierra College gave community leaders a sneak peek at its 20-year plan at the college’s annual president’s breakfast on Wednesday, including tentative i ...

Sierra College celebrates Earth Day

ROCKLIN – Earth Day, an annual event for worldwide environmental activism, is worthy of more than 24 hours in the eyes of Sierra College. The global tradition of Earth Day b ...

PG&E restores power to Sierra College, 2,400 in Rocklin

  Power has been restored 2,400 PG&E customers in Rocklin, including the entire Sierra College campus, after a tree branch fell on a power line, causing about a 90-minute ...

Award helps further one area woman’s dream

Four years ago, Louisa Voges lost her job, her marriage and her home, but she’s determined to turn what has been a tumultuous period of her life into a lesson for her three c ...

Reader Input: Regulate the people, not guns

Re: “Does U.S. mirror 1958 China?” (John T. Nightingale, Reader Input, March 21): Those who advocate the removal of weapons from the general public should go back in ...