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FBI, police search for Roseville bank robber

ROSEVILLE, CA - Roseville police and the FBI investigate a robbery at River City Bank that happened on Monday around 11:52 p.m.

The robber entered the bank on 4001 Foothills Blvd. then walked up to an employee and handed her a note demanding money, Roseville Police Spokesperson Dee Dee Gunther said.

Gunther said the robber implied he had a gun, but the employee did not see a weapon.

The robber took an undisclosed amount of cash then fled the area in a white, newer model pickup, either a Chevy or Dodge, Gunther said.

The robber is described as a black male about 5'8" to 6' tall and heavyset. He was last seen wearing red cap under a black hooded sweatshirt, a black letterman's style jacket with white trim, dark pants and black and white athletic shoes.

Anyone with information about the robbery or the robber is urged to call Roseville Crime Stoppers at (916)783-7867.

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Roseville DMV reopens

ROSEVILLE, CA - The California Department of Motor Vehicles office on Harding Boulevard in Roseville has reopened after a mold problem.

The office at 222 Harding was closed Nov. 2, after workers found mold. The 23 employees were temporarily reassigned to other DMV offices.

DMV says the mold was removed, the building was disinfected and tested to be safe. The office reopened to customers Monday morning.

 

D-I Section Playoffs: (9) Franklin-EG def. (8) Nevada Union 41-16

CONTEST: Submit a photo of your school's mascot to win a $170 IMAX prize pack (deadline this Thursday).

GRASS VALLEY - The Franklin-EG Wildcats (9) defeated the  Nevada Union Miners (8) 41-16 Friday night in round one of the D-I playoffs.

Franklin will next face Lincoln (Stockton) in the 2nd round of the playoffs. 

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Residents urge city to buy and preserve land with 400 oak trees

Residents urge city to buy and preserve land with 400 oak trees

Saturday November 12th, from Noon to 3 p.m., there will be a demonstration to pressure the City of Rocklin to purchase a 9 acre commercially zoned parcel of land to preserve the 400 oak trees and use as a passive park.

The parcel is being offered by the bank that foreclosed on it and bids must be received by Nov. 16th.

This is a rare opportunity to purchase the land at an auction price of $695,000!

We expect dozens of citizens from neighbors to Sierra College students to protest the City of Rocklin's treatment of it's natural resources in their pro-development zeal!

 

Something's Funny Behind the Door

Something's Funny Behind the Door

 

I have a folder in my Outlook email called "Jackisms." When Jack was smaller, I would write down the cute things he would say or do and save them in that folder. You forget so much as they get older. I wish there was a place you could save that baby smell. Not that one, the good one. The fresh out of the bath in the clean jammies smell.   When Jack was two, we lived in a very small apartment. Here's a story I recorded for posterity nearly nine years ago. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do re-reading it now:   The second bathroom in our apartment has two doors: one enters from the hallway (of course) and the other leads to Jack's bedroom (or I should say, "playroom" cause he certainly doesn't sleep in there--he prefers the dormitory style sleeping arrangements of Mom and Dad's room).

VIDEO: Little boy sings Marines Hymn

A young boy sang the Marines Hymn while Senator Ted Gaines was honoring veterans.