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Suspected drug dealer arrested in Roseville


A sting in Roseville to nab individuals selling alcohol to minors yielded an arrest of a suspected drug dealer Friday night.

An individual working as a decoy for the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control in cooperation with the Placer County Sheriff's Office asked Noah James Phippen to buy him a six-pack of beer, sheriff's spokesperson Dena Erwin said. Phippen, 19, allegedly told the decoy he was too young to buy alcohol but could sell him some "California gold cap mushrooms", which are an hallucenogen.

The decoy, who was wired and being monitored by sheriff's deputies parked in unmarked vehicles, bought the mushrooms and deputies confronted Phippen. Erwin said Phippen denied selling drugs. Deputies searched his vehicle and reported finding of a large amount of psilocybin mushrooms, cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana, scales and more than $1,500 in cash.

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Builders Showcase // A Beautiful Crib for Baby + Crazy Clever Hardware

Builders Showcase / A Beautiful Crib for Baby + Crazy Clever Hardware

When Josh sent over these pictures of his gorgeous build and most adorable little one, I knew you would all be over the moon for this showcase. Get ready for a serious baby fix along with an insanely clever fix for those pesky mending straps that seem to baffle the best of us! This might be an easier and better solution all the way around and I think we shall be updating the plans to reflect this modification! ... Read More

Spring Baking with Special Diets

Spring Baking with Special Diets

Megan Myers

Blueberry Coffee Cake

For me, spring entertaining means spring brunches. And spring brunches mean that I have to get my oven ready, because I love to get baking all the goodies that go with brunch. Not only do muffins have a place at the table, but so do biscuits, coffee cakes, and dessert cakes!

When you’re entertaining, it’s important to make sure every one of your guests has something yummy to eat. Here are my recommendations for special diet baking this spring!... Read More

300 New jobs added at Roseville's SolarCity


Roseville's SolarCity is adding 300 people as they move into a bigger office. Friday morning, the company announced the new jobs as they inaugurated their new office along Enterprise Way. A job fair will be held Saturday.

The 60,000-square foot facility will house the bulk of SolarCity's national sales team and consultants. The company has customers in 16 states. They currently employ more than 450 people in Roseville; the added jobs represent a 65-percent increase.

There are another more than 9,000 employees across the country.

SolarCity is holding a job fair Saturday at their new Roseville location, at 1000 Enterprise Way, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Find more information about their open jobs here.


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Dog'gone Good Fun Day in the Park Tomorrow at Rusch Park in Citrus Heights

Dog'gone Good Fun Day in the Park Tomorrow at Rusch Park in Citrus Heights

Every year Sierra Pacific Great Pyrenees Club (rescue) puts on an annual event called "Dog'gone Good Fun Day at the Park". It's open to the public and we invite all spayed/neutered, mixed bred dogs and purebreds to come and play in the park and have a "dog'gone good fun day in the park".  The event is Sunday, March 29th at Rusch Park in Citrus Heights.  

Obedience, rally and canine good citizenship tests are in the morning with raffles and doggie diva costume contests at lunch around noon.  There are food concessions and raffles...you can even buy your doggies a new collar or costume, if you didn't bring one with you.  Ladies have been busy baking and will offer "feel good food" for sale.

FUSE Local 1212 Honors Cesar Chavez at Sierra College

FUSE Local 1212 Honors Cesar Chavez at Sierra College
On Thursday, March 26, 2015, a group of FUSE Local 1212 members honored César Chávez when they walked together as a group to the César Chávez Higher Education Speaker Series "Hidden Voices: Mexican American Women of World War II" at Sierra College in Rocklin.