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About: rocklin, california

Located north of Sacramento Rocklin didn't see many European-American settlements until 1850's. The city is home to the Blue Oaks Town Shopping Center including a sixteen-screen theater. Rocklin is also known for its shopping along Toy Row a along interstate 80 which includes, boat dealers, along with Porsche and Lexus dealers. Rocklin California was once home to Home Improvements Jonathan Taylor Thomas.

Population: 54754
Local Newspapers: The Placer Herald
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento River Cats (AAA baseball)
Local Colleges: Sierra College William Jessup University

Zip Codes associated with rocklin, california: 95677 95765
Towns/Cities near rocklin, california : Granite Bay Loomis Stanford Crossing Peryn

Rocklin News
Sierra College Holds People & Culture Days Celebration

Have you sampled homemade tamales? Have you danced to Greek music? Can you make a Japanese origami crane? These are just a few of the things you can participate in at the 16th annual People & Culture Days held at Sierra College on Wednesday October 18th and Thursday October 19th outside the college cafeteria on the Rocklin campus from 10 am - 2 pm. The Public is welcome and encouraged to attend this free event.

New city attorney selected

The Fort Bragg City Council has chosen Russell Hildebrand of the law firm of Jones & Mayer from Roseville to serve as the next city attorney. Current City Attorney Samantha Zutler of Burke Williams & Sorenson informed the Council in June that she would not seek renewal of her contract, which expires in mid-November.

Loomis Soroptimist Club Sews to Dress 300 Girls

Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin is making a difference by sewing dresses to be distributed to girls in the United States and around the world. The club's goal is to sew and engage others in the community to help complete 300 dresses by March 31, 2018.

Vegas shooting renews debate on high-capacity ammo magazines

Such magazines enable a shooter to fire to fi... . FILE - In this Nov. 8, 2011, file photo, a pair of ammunition magazines, one that can hold 10 shots, right, and a 20-round magazine are displayed at a gun store in Rocklin, Calif.

Vegas shooting renews debate on high-capacity ammo magazines

Such magazines enable a shooter to fire to fi... . FILE - In this Nov. 8, 2011, file photo, a pair of ammunition magazines, one that can hold 10 shots, right, and a 20-round magazine are displayed at a gun store in Rocklin, Calif.

Woman Claims Son Assaulted by Rocklin Officer is Not Receiving Proper Medical Care

A woman told FOX40 her son suffered serious injuries at the hands of Officer Brad Alford and that he has not being given the medical attention he needs. The Rocklin Police Department called Emilio Perez Chavez's injuries non-life threatening.

Hallberg Merit Exhibition in Rocklin through November 16th

Sierra College is pleased to announce the 2017 Hallberg Merit Exhibition, located in the Rocklin Campus Center . This annual exhibition features four Sierra College students who have been awarded scholarships for their excellence, and selected through a competitive portfolio review process.

California Cop Arrested Two Days After Allegedly Assaulting DUI Suspect

It is possible to try to hold bad cops accountable and to bring charges against them when they are accused of misconduct, even in places with expansive union and civil service protections. But this requires so-called "good cops" to blow the whistle on the bad apples instead of simply complaining about being painted as guilty by association.

Northern California police officer arrested, accused of beating DUI suspect with baton

A Northern California police officer was arrested and accused of assaulting with his baton a man suspected of driving drunk, authorities said. Rocklin Police Officer Brad Alford was taken into custody Tuesday and booked into Placer County jail on charges of assault with a deadly weapon causing great bodily harm, assault under the color of authority and filing a false police report, said Rocklin Police Chief Chad Butler.

What you need to know for Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017

A Rocklin police officer was arrested Tuesday for using excessive force while arresting a DUI suspect, the police department said. Officer Brad Alford, a 15-year veteran of the Rocklin Police Department, was taken into custody around 6 p.m. and booked into Placer County Jail.

Rocklin Police Officer Arrested, Accused of Using Excessive Force

Sunday morning, officers from the Rocklin Police Department were involved in arresting a suspect accused of driving under the influence. During the arrest, Rocklin police Officer Brad Alford, used his baton in a manner that appeared excessive.

Lib Teacher Tries to Mx up Kids on Gender

It's hard enough to raise kids these days without worrying if their teachers are working against you! Unfortunately, that's exactly what seems to be happening in public schools these days, as elementary schools become even more brazen in their liberal indoctrination. We talked about what's happening in Rocklin, California yesterday.

The Trans Agenda in Schools: It's Elementary

Do parents even have a role in their children's education these days? That was the question posed to one school board in Rocklin, California, where administrators have intentionally kept moms and dads in the dark while they push transgenderism on kids as young as five. Angry parents lined up to complain about the indoctrination, which started when the school demanded that students call a young boy a girl -- and continued when another teacher read a book about gender-confusion to her kindergarten class.

Families pull students from school that OK'd transgender books

Nearly two dozen students were disenrolled from the Rocklin charter school district since controversy began over the school district's literary policy. Debated sparked when a kindergarten teacher read a book to class about a transgender girl's transition.

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