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School Bus Collision + Recall Ballots Arrive + Vax Proof for Sac?

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It’s me again, Kelly Risse, your regular curator of the Roseville Daily. What was supposed to be a lovely vacation last week in Montana with family turned into a tragic tale of COVID and gruesome toe injury for me and my better half. Sparing you all the gory details, I will say that the delta variant is no joke – vaccinated or not. Stay healthy out there, folks.

I hope you had fun with our awesome Roseville Daily subs Madison Feser and Ash DeMello, who jumped into action to keep you all up to date in my absence.

Ok, let’s get to it!

First, you need to know about today’s weather:

It looks like we get a reprieve from the recent heat wave with an expected high of 93 degrees today, and a low of 61 tonight. Winds will be in the 5-10 mph range and humidity will be about 41% during the day.


Here are the top stories today in Roseville:

  1. Thirteen students and their bus driver were uninjured in a collision between a black Dodge Charger and a Roseville school bus yesterday morning on Hallissy Drive, near Buljan Middle School. Roseville Police and Roseville Fire responded to the incident that occurred at about 8:50am. The collision is being investigated by the California Highway Patrol. The driver of the Charger was transported to to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries. (Roseville Police Facebook and Gold Country Media)
  2. California voters are getting Voter Information Guides and ballots in the mail this week for the California Gubernatorial Recall Election. Voters will be able to vote by mail, in person at a polling place or by drop box at several locations. At issue is whether or not to recall Governor Gavin Newsom, and who would take his place to finish out the term if the recall passes. (Gold Country Media)
  3. As the daily cases of the highly contagious delta variant of COVID rise, cities are scrambling to find ways to avoid another shutdown of their businesses. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg is considering a new mandate that would require proof of vaccination to enter bars, restaurants, concert venues and gyms in the city. San Francisco and New York City have similar mandates already scheduled to launch in the coming weeks. (Subscription: Sacramento Bee)

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Things to do today around Roseville

  • Open Studio Hours with Jason Walker: Want to watch a professional artist in action? Schedule a time this week to see Jason Walker work on his ceramic projects at Blue Line Arts. 3:30pm-5:30pm
  • Placer GROWN Farmers’ Market: Fresh seasonal produce, artisan foods and beverages and other regional delights await your discovery in front of Whole Foods at The Fountains. 8:00am-1:00pm
  • Public Outreach Electric Rate Virtual Workshop: Weigh in on and learn more about Roseville Electric Utility’s proposed rate increases. Register on Eventbrite. 5:30pm-6:30pm
  • Storytime at the Fountains: Interactive fun for ages 2-5 at the Mobile Library site. 9:30am-10:00am
  • City of Roseville Transportation Commission Meeting: This virtual meeting is on the City’s YouTube channel and will address issues of public transit, traffic circulation, bikeways and pedestrian facilities, and transportation management. 6:00pm-7:00pm
  • Stand-Up Comedy: Get your laughs with these up-and-coming comedians at Canyon Grill & Alehouse in Folsom. No cover charge. 7:00pm-9:00pm

Roseville Patch Notebook

  • rsvl_parks: Family Fest returns to Vernon Street Town Square on September 25 with tons of fun activities and great information for families. We are taking applications for vendors, performers and sponsors now. Details at roseville.ca.us/events. (Instagram)
  • Tommy Apostolos Fund: “Have you purchased your Dinner Dance tickets?! Our biggest fundraiser of the year is exactly one week away!” (Facebook)
  • Roseville High School Football: “It’s that time of the year!! Let’s get loud tigers!!! Here is the 2021 – 2022 football schedule for all three teams.” (Facebook)
  • Rotary Club of Roseville: “Conrats to Steve Coppedge and his 10th grade teacher for coming together to win the 2021 Taco Throwdown Cornhole Tour…” (Facebook)

Now you’re in the loop and ready to head out the door on this terrific Tuesday. I’ll be back tomorrow morning with another update! If you’re liking these newsletters, consider bringing some more friends and neighbors into the fold. You can send them this link to subscribe.

Kelly Risse

About me: My name is Kelly Mays Risse, and I have lived in Roseville just about all my life. I gr
aduated from Roseville High School majored in Journalism at CSU Sacramento. My husband and I loved growing up and raising our own three boys here in the ‘Ville. I have watched Roseville evolve from a cheerful little railroad town to a large and diverse city. I love where we live, from the hiking trails to the hip new restaurants, and the people who live here. I am excited to bring the highlights to you in the Roseville Daily!

Have a news tip or suggestion for an upcoming Roseville Daily? I’m all ears. You can contact me at Roseville-CA@Patch.com.

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