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City of Roseville is Home to First Topgolf Location in Northern California

City of Roseville is Home to First Topgolf Location in Northern California

Golf entertainment company will create 450 jobs and provide an

estimated $264.5 million economic output over a 10-year period

 

The City of Roseville and global golf entertainment leader Topgolf International, Inc. today announced that Topgolf® has selected Roseville for its first Northern California location. With the approval of the City of Roseville, Topgolf plans to begin construction on the 65,000-square-foot facility this fall. The complex is expected to open to the public in spring 2015.

 

The new golf entertainment facility will be located on a portion of the 59-acre parcel of land purchased by Bayside Church last summer at the intersection of Blue Oaks Boulevard and Washington Boulevard, adjacent to Highway 65.

 

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Mango Madness

Mango Madness

Paige Schilt

Psst. Hey kid…didya ever try…a mango?

Just between you and me, right now Whole Foods Market stores are loaded with peak-season Ataulfo mangoes from Mexico. One taste of these sweet, silky fruits and you might just become addicted.

Watch our video about the mango madness that’s sweeping the nation.

 

Cheap Thrills

You don’t need much to get the most from mangoes, but it helps to know the lingo. The sides of a mango are called “cheeks.” A mature mango should have full cheeks and “shoulders” that rise above the beginning of the stem... Read More

Colors of Spring: Green

Colors of Spring: Green

Elizabeth Beal

Greetings, green!

Spring’s truest sign, green tells us that things are finally turning over; leaves uncurling in miniature on all those previously-bare branches.

The most tender (and tasty) bites of the season signal their arrival with a little shoot of green: Peas and radish tops, or brave asparagus stalks creeping up from the dark ground. The eyes of your littlest one open wide in wonder at what their green garden is growing.

Take a moment to just sit and be in the green grass. Maybe you’ll find your lucky clover.

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Reduce, Reuse, Revive!

Reduce, Reuse, Revive!

Dark Rye

In this issue, Dark Rye highlights Revival through a return to one’s origins as two friends explore their Caribbean roots by opening an island retreat; the animal experience of presence with the co-founders of EPIC protein bars; the reintroduction of kale to France via one woman’s commitment to her leafy green roots, and in the a sustainable relationship to the environment with Revive and its commitment to bottle reuse, highlighted below.... Read More

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Spring Fling

Spring Fling
Spring Fling
04-13-2014 - 04-13-2014
 
Admission: Free
 
(916) 542-7408
info@gopalladio.com
http://gopalladio.com/events
Start Time(s): Sun 1pm-4pm *If raining, event will be rescheduled on April 19
Spring Fling is a free family event with a special appearance from the Easter Bunny and performances from the Disney Road Crew
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21st Annual Wine and Dine (and Silent Auction)

21st Annual Wine and Dine (and Silent Auction)
21st Annual Wine and Dine (and Silent Auction)
05-18-2014 - 05-18-2014
Rotary Club of Folsom
 
Admission: Advance $40 Door $45
 
(530) 304-2727
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Your help needed to find owner of dog involved in Orangevale attack


The family of a three-legged Jack Russell terrier that was mauled to death by a Rottweiler is asking the public for help.

Ziggy was repeatedly bitten by a Rottweiler that was not on a leash at Pecan Park in Orangevale Wednesday. The owner's son, who was walking Ziggy, was also bitten several times on his hands as he tried to push the attacking dog away.

On Wednesday night Ziggy died from his massive internal injuries. The family of Ziggy's owner is asking for the public's help to identify the Rottweiler's owner.

The Rottweiler's owner, who was driving a pickup with Oregon license plates, agreed to follow the young man to the vet but then drove away.

"We don't want this to happen to anybody else," said Val Akana, the daughter of Ziggy's owner. "It's not right. It's not the law. You need to keep your dog on a leash and control them. And if you can't, keep them home."