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🌱 Dramatic Folsom Fire + RJUHSD Football Ranking + PRL Glow Yoga!

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Hello all! Jeri Karges is here with your new edition of Roseville Daily, packed with all the local news you need to know right now. Let’s delve into it.


First, today’s weather:

Partly sunny High: 76 Low: 59.


Here are the top stories of the day in Roseville:

  1. They are taking applications for the newest affordable condo in Roseville, Main Street Plaza. Per Roseville Today “Main Street Plaza will have retail markets on the ground floor, near the Roseville railway station, Royer Park and bike paths. Residences range in size from 786 sq ft to 1,067 sq ft and rent currently starts at just $949 per month with a $500 deposit. These residences are located in Historic Old Roseville and have two- and three-bedroom options, a fitness center, and area bike storage. (Roseville today)
  2. The Sacramento Bee spotlights Jane Brock Over, a nominee for the Rocklin Unified School board In a video they posted on their site. Jane has been in education throughout her career and is currently a counselor working to help first-generation students apply to college, is a mother, and has six-year-old twins at Rocklin Schools. She says she wants to bring civility back to school board meetings and start focusing on the kids again. Hear here the statement on this Sac Bee link. (No subscription required.) (Sacramento Bee)
  3. A tragic situation was revealed at the American River Canyon gold mine court in Folsom on Sunday. At 4:48 a.m., firefighters were dispatched with reports of smoke coming from a garage. when they arrived, Folsom Police were already on the scene and confirmed the whereabouts of the victim who had been trapped in the garage. “Fire crews have made rescuing the victim a top priority by aggressively attacking the fire so they can get into the garage space,” said Clint Madden, chief of the Folsom Fire Brigade. The crew was able to reach the victim and get the person out of the building. The victim was immediately taken to UC Davis Medical Center for treatment.” First responders also rescued a cat and dog from the garage. Three first responders sustained minor injuries and were treated at local hospitals. There was no information on the victim’s condition at home at the time of writing. (Gold Country Media)
  4. Interested in seeing how your favorite football team performed at Roseville High School? West Park is 3′ and 0′ away; Woodcreek is 3, 1 and Roseville High 2 and 3 so far. Here are all the arrangements until the end of last week. Who are you to root? (Gold Country Media)
  5. Search for a job? You may be in luck. Here are the latest jobs available in your area, as compiled by Patch and ZipRecruiter. Click the link for job listing details, or to apply. (Roseville Patch)

Today in Roseville:

  • Kids eat free in Ber University In Roseville and Rocklin. (11:00 am)
  • You are invited to Roseville virtual job free businees! (Powered by HireX) JobFairX virtual job fairs connect you directly with local employers. Interview with more than 40 companies in just 3 hours. (11:00 am)
  • enter Teal Pumpkin Painting Party in Chicago Fire Pizza In Palladio in Folsom. (6:30 pm)

From my notebook:

  • The new version of Experience PRL has been released! Did someone say glow in the dark yoga?? Involve me! There are a lot of new experiences in this edition. check it out!
  • Odd Fellows took up residence for their meetings on the top floor of a beautiful brick building on the Pacific Ocean that still stands today. Learn more about Odd Fellows and other historic buildings in Old Town Roseville on Roseville Historical Society Walking Tours! Places are running out for the September 21st, October 8th and October 24th rounds, so sign up today! rosevillehistorical.org/historic-walking-tours-1
  • Loomis holds its Fall 2022 Cleanup Day on October 22. They will begin accepting waste at Del Oro High School at 8:00 a.m. and there will be a digger available for heavy items. See the link for which items will be accepted.

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Now you’re in the loop and ready to walk out the door on Tuesday. I will see you soon!

Jerry Kargis

About me: Jerry Kargis has lived and loved the Sacramento area for over 30 years. Her passion is finding new and unique ways to enjoy the city and its surroundings. On the weekends, you can find her teasing her friends to sample the restaurant that has no silverware, or trying their hand at ax throwing. Jerry also enjoys writing about retirement planning at https://rockinretirement.subst…

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