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There’s a lot going on in our beautiful city that you need to know.

Let’s go!

First, today’s weather forecast:

Drink up, California! Mother nature tends to the bar and she serves up bountiful and blessed rain (and snow) for the next two days. The high expected today is 59 degrees with a nighttime low of 48. Winds are expected to be around 10-15 mph.

Here are the top five stories in Roseville today:

  1. At press time Wednesday, Placer County Sheriff’s Investigators were still looking for person suspected of killing a 41-year-old woman at her house Avenue Livoti in Unincorporated Roseville. The victim was found at home shortly after midnight on Wednesday by officers responding to a 911 call. Anyone with information or security camera footage of the area is asked to call the homicide information line to (530) 889-7853. (KCRA 3, Placer County Sheriff’s Office Facebook 1 and 2)
  2. Start stretching Roseville! You will want to be good and flexible when fun box lands in the parking lot Westfield Gallery This weekend. Bouncers of all ages can come and play in this 25,000 square feet sector of inflatable fun with features like a 23-foot slide, dodgeball court, battle beam, sumo challenge, giant maze, music played by a DJ in a giant inflatable octopus, and a “Million Dollar Selfie Emporium” with 24 major art installations from around the world. Now that you’re all excited, there are a few bad news: it’s already sold out for this weekend. All other 2-hour slots were open at press time on Wednesday, so get your tickets as quickly as possible. General admission is $22soldiers and veterans are $19toddlers and the elderly are free. (Roseville today)
  3. earth day it’s tomorrow for those of you who want to honor all the great things our planet does for us. Catch some of the Earth Day Events event Saturday. the Loomis Library and Community Center will have a Celebration of Earth Day and National Forest Day featuring a butterfly garden planting from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Or you could”go green“by properly disposing of your electronic waste to one of collection sites happens in the Town of Rocklin: in the car park annexed to Sierra Collegethe Court of Rocklin Corporation and Whitney Park. (Golden Country Media)

Today in Roseville:

  • April is your chance to join the Outdoor exercise circuit with 7 stations to Fitness ground outside of the Maidu Community Center with free 45 minute workouts all Thusday. Prepare to sweat! 10:30 a.m.
  • Have lunch or dinner from Pizza Mod today and 20% profits will be donated to Thomas Jefferson Elementary School Parent-Teacher Committee. Just use the code “MOD2353.” 10:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
  • SactoMoFo will be at Lava Ridge CT. for lunch with a good meal of Beefy gyros. Order ahead online to avoid the wait. 11h00-13h00
  • Celebrate Earth Day by painting a masterpiece of world significance to Cool River Pizza & Taphouse in rocklin. This Paint & Wine class fee $40. Register online as quickly as possible as these events tend to sell out quickly. 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
  • Motorcycle enthusiasts can come relax at A&S Motorcycles tonight to talk bikes, get some suspension tuning and grab a few bites of the Chando’s Taco Food Truck. This free the event is organized by Horrible of Hellcat Riding. 5:30-8:00 p.m.

From my notebook:

  • Did you know that your old saggy mattress is a gold mine of recyclable material? This is why our Western Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA) and goodbye mattress want it ! And they’re ready to get rid of it for you free on April 30. Just bring it WPWMA (affectionately called “the dump“) to 3195 Athens Avenue in Lincoln between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.. This event is for Placer County residents only and will be canceled if it rains that day. (Facebook)

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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!

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