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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 19
Spring has finally sprung, just in time for the Easter holiday. With plenty of sun in the forecast and temperatures set to be in the 70s for the weekend, it looks as if...
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 19
Nearly six decades ago, local resident Sharon Williams and her family celebrated their first Easter Sunday amidst the glow of sunrise at Beals Point in Granite Bay. Now, 59 years later,...
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 18
Break time is nearly over. Foothill Valley League baseball continues early next week. See how the league is stacking up as the regular season winds down.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 17
It's been a prolific track and field season for several area athletes, who are setting school records heading into some major meets.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 17
PREP SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: At the break, a variety of teams are considered contenders as we head into the final handful of games in the regular season.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 15
The Del Oro Invite served as a launching pad for this coming weekend's Sacramento Meet of Champions, which will be held at American River College Saturday.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 15
Area league banners were on the line this weekend in the Capital Valley Conference, Pioneer Valley and Foothill Valley Leagues. Here’s a quick rundown of the highlights.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 14
Jeremy Doss withstood numerous challenges from Derek Thorn to win the JM Environmental 127 presented by 51FIFTY Energy Drink on Saturday night from All American Speedway, as the...
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 13
“It’s always a big deal to be able to race at your home track”, Lupton told the SPEARS Southwest Tour Series. “There aren’t many times that my family and...
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 13
Cindy Gustafson was selected as Placer County's new District 5 supervisor Thursday. She takes the place of Jennifer Montgomery, who left April 1 to become director of Gov. Newsom's Forest Management Task Force.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 13
“Racing just runs in the family,” Moore said. “My dad races, my brother raced and it’s all I have ever known. I look forward to every competition. I love the speed, the adrenaline, just everything about it.”
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 12
Capitalizing on defensive miscues and creating some fantastic defensive plays themselves, Oakmont re-established itself as the FVL frontrunner against Placer. PLUS Foresthill bats light up big time against Encina.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 12
“I want to help small businesses get started, and all of Placer County doesn’t have anything like this,” owner Geoff Sakala said.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 11
Oak Ridge boys, Granite Bay girls win SFL swim championships
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 10
Del Oro grad and Roseville native is hiking his SEC golf team into the nation's Top 25.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 10
Bill McAnally Racing returns to the oval at All American Speedway in Roseville this weekend. See what's on tap here.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 9
Sierra Foothill League swim championships begin Wednesday with finals set for Thursday at Del Oro High.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 9
PREP TRACK & FIELD ROUNDUP: Locals at the Arcadia national invite, Oakmont hosts annual Glen Poole Invite and Rocklin hosts Thunder Invite.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 8
Hundreds came from near and far to compete in 40th anniversary of the American River 50 Endurance Run.
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Roseville Press Tribune Apr 8
The best basketball talent came together for one last game Saturday at Sacramento High for the 42nd annual Optimist All-Star Game and a pair of locals took home MVP hardware.
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