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Body recovered along trail near Roseville Parkway bridge


A man's body was recovered along a bike trail near the Roseville Parkway bridge Tuesday morning, according to the Roseveille Police Department.

Department spokesperson Dee Dee Gunther said Roseville police and fire officials discovered the body after responding to a bicyclist's report of a man laying alongside the Miner's Ravine Trail at East Roseville Parkway and Rock Ridge Drive at 5:45 a.m.

A preliminary investigation suggests the man, an unidentified adult, fell or traveled from the bridge on Roseville Parkway about 50 to 60 feet down to the trail where his body was resting.

Detectives and Crime Scene Investigators are on the scene continuing an investigation.

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What to Make This Week

What to Make This Week

Megan Myers

Hello, summer! This is the time to enjoy as much time as possible under the warm sun, and that means not slaving over a hot stove each night! To help you serve dinner without fuss, we’ve collected recipes for every night of the week... Read More

Spotlight: 'Giant Peach' rolls through Acting Company

Spotlight: 'Giant Peach' rolls through Acting Company

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Cheers! It’s National Tequila Day

Cheers! It’s National Tequila Day

Today might arguably be one of the best days of the year. Why, you might ask? Well, it’s National Tequila Day, of course! And this year, we should all celebrate because it’s also on a FRIDAY!! On top of that, it’s summer and here in Sacramento our farmers’ markets and local shops are bursting with the most amazing fresh fruits and veggies to play with in tequila concoctions. This trifecta makes for the ultimate tequila celebration, no excuses. ... Read More

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Sacramento Needs to Address Its Lack of Technical Training

Sacramento Needs to Address Its Lack of Technical Training

By Roger Speer

As the uneven economy recovery continues in California, there is one area where jobs remain available: technical workers.

Workers with vocational training are currently in demand. The hardest segment of the workforce to replace has been the skilled trades, due to a shortage caused by the exodus of highly-skilled baby boomers that are entering retirement.

So where will we find these workers? There are many young adults in the 18- to 24-year-old age bracket that possess no post-high school education. Many of these individuals are either unemployed or have low-paying jobs that offer limited career paths.

While the national unemployment rate has fallen from 10 percent to 5.5 percent since the country entered recession in 2008, youth unemployment has remained stubbornly high, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Smart water systems protect investments, prevent hazards in Roseville


SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Communities all over California are reminding residents to take care of their trees, even in this historic drought.

Leaders from both the City of Roseville and the City of Sacramento said it's all about smart watering to keep these investments alive.

Roseville now has watering trucks that are injecting what they refer to as high valued trees and other city landscapes. They are doing this with recycled water. The goal is to maintain Roseville's healthy tree canopy without dipping into our drinking water supply. Experts said the technology they use ensures every drop goes exactly where it needs to.

The City of Sacramento is also encouraging neighbors to keep their trees healthy. Kelly Conroy with the Sacramento Tree Foundation said it's important to water outside wisely.

Fountains Summer Series (August)

Fountains Summer Series (August)
Fountains Summer Series (August)
08-01-2015 - 08-29-2015
Fountains at Roseville
http://www.fountainsatroseville.com/play/
Admission: Free
 
(916) 786-2679
 
Start Time(s): Saturdays 8pm-10pm
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