Rise and shine, Roseville!
The Roseville Daily has the merchandise on everything you need to know about what’s happening around town today.
First, today’s weather forecast:
Sunnier skies and unbelievably warm temperatures today, neighbours! The expected high is happy 73 degrees with a nighttime low of 44. Winds will be light at around 3-5 mph and humidity should be around 51% during the day.
Pro tip: The warm weather has brought out the skateboarders early. Mosquito repellent is your friend this week, folks.
Here are the top five stories from today in Roseville:
1. The Missing Roseville Woman, Karen Lawsonthat you heard about in the wednesday Dailyhas been find and is safe. Our Roseville Police thank the community for their helpful information on this. Well done Roseville! (Facebook)
2. Cal Firecolleagues, friends and family will say goodbye to Cal Fire Captain Matt Brabo Friday with a funeral procession leaving the Valley Chapel to Vernon Street around 10:30 a.m. and ending at Bay Church to Sierra College Boulevard around 11:00. The route will follow Atlantic Street at Interstate 80 and exit the highway at South Sierra College Boulevard. Motorway bridges along the route, firefighters and vehicles will be present to pay tribute to Captain Brabo. Services to Bay Church should end at 1:00 p.m.. Be aware that the motorcade and people leaving the service later may cause traffic delays in these areas. (Cal Fire NEU Facebook and roseville today)
3. The Roseville Housing Authority was recently recognized for its efforts in providing shelter for vulnerable people through its Emergency housing voucher program. The program received the award 2022 Housing Choice Voucher Small Public Housing Authority Program of the Year distinguished by Western Region by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). the Roseville Housing Authority was specifically recognized for its collaboration with local entities Continuum of care and the Sierras Homeless Resource Council to quickly accommodate the beneficiaries of 50 emergency housing vouchers issued to our region under the US Bailout Act. Click on the links to learn more about what Authority made to help vulnerable populations find accommodation in our territory. (What’s going on in Roseville? and roseville today)
4. Sad news has been revealed about a collision to Highway 65 in Roseville which took place on Saturday. Of them good samaritans19 years old Diana Filinyuk of Rancho Cordova and 21 years old Michael Olifir from Antelope pulled towards assist the drivers of two cars from a previous accident on the busy freeway. They were both accidentally hit by another vehicle as they were returning to their car on the median and died instantly. One of the drivers in the first collision was stopped for driving under the influence. (Golden Country Media)
5. People are heading towards the Sierra This weekend should expect some slowdowns going through the Auburn Region to Interstate 80 to Saturday and Sunday. Union Pacific will work on repairs to the train easel on the highway. Lane closures will be necessary in case of falling debris of the demolition part of the repairs. The work will take place between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. both days. See this article for more detailed information on planned lane closures. (The Auburn Journal)
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Today in Roseville:
- Celebrate the special love you have for your girlfriends at Galentine’s Passport Evening in historic folsom tonight. No tickets or registration necessary! Just introduce yourself and stamp collecting participating sellers to win great raffle prize while you sip, snack and shop Sutter Street. 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
- Learn more on the city Trade Corridors Project And give your reactions at virtual community workshop tonight. Can’t be there at the specified time? Check back to the linked site in a few days for a registration of the workshop. 5:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
- Enjoy classic hits live and deep cuts through the Double shots this evening at L’Amandier Grill & Lounge. There is always good food and good vibes at the Treeone of RosevilleThe classic, self-proclaimed dive bars. 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
- The musicians of all ages and abilities are welcome Jam with the acoustic guitar club at The guitar shop each second Thusday of the month. Instructor Eric Enberg present new music every month that develops skills suitable for every skill level. There are free of charge – just come and have fun! 7:00-8:00 p.m.
- To start up tomorrow morning with the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce and discover the emergence online gambling industry with speakerand Resident of Roseville, Juan-Juan of Fanalyze. This Ignite the coffee takes place at Studio co-workingis free to the public and is sponsored by the Union Pacific Railroad. Coffee will be provided by Fourscore Coffee. Tomorrow, 8:00-9:30 a.m.
From my notebook:
- Who said we had to drive all the at Sacramento for murder mystery dinner show fun? The tickets are on sale now for “Clue done” to March 24 at Randy Peters Dining and Events Center to Vernon Street. To have early bird rate at $75 per person by purchasing your tickets before February 28. After that the tickets are $100. There are also sponsorship opportunities for businesses and organizations. This charity event is sponsored by Evergreen Home Loans and will benefit Home help and KidsFirst. (Eventbrite)
- the state parks in Auburn and to Folsom Lake are now accept applications for lifeguard stations. You spend your summers around water anyway – why not to be paid for that? Applicants will need a valid California driver’s license and will have to pass a swimming/athletic aptitude test. Email Megan.Sanchez@parks.ca.gov or Scott.Modeste@parks.ca.gov to apply before March 6. (Facebook)
- Dust off your Doc Martens and relive those heady days of moshing in the pit to the sound of the best punk music in the Punk in Drublic Beer & Music Festival to May 7 at Heart Health Park in Sacramento. And, because it’s actually 2022, there will be craft beer tastings galore of the whole region. Tickets go on sale today! 10:00 a.m.
- the Placer Community Foundation wants to help make it easier for your association at apply for grants. Their three-part series of 90 minute workshops Free 1st of March15 and 29 is free and features knowledgeable presenters with useful information to share. Register for each session individually online. (Placer Community Foundation website)
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— Kelly Risse
About me: My name is Kelly Mays Risse and I have lived in Roseville most of my life. I graduated from Roseville High School and majored in journalism at CSU Sacramento. My husband and I loved growing up and raising our three boys here in the ‘City. I’ve seen Roseville evolve from a happy little railroad town to a big, diverse city. I love where we live, from the hiking trails to the hot new restaurants, and I love the people who live here. I’m excited to bring you highlights from the Roseville Daily!