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Mon
04
Mar

Peril in the ponds

A fascinating new book by Roseville writer Judy Helgen uncovers the tragedy happening in our ponds

Thu
07
Feb

The romantic's guide to Valentine's Day

It's doubtful that Esther Howland, the Massachusetts woman the U.S. Census Bureau credits with selling the first mass-produced valentine cards in the 1840s, knew the Valentine's Day craze she was starting with her lace and paper-flower adorned notes.

Thu
17
Jan

Pastor follows steps of thousand-year pilgrimage

From the windy, lonely hills of the Pyrenees to the narrow Pamplona streets and through villages, poppy fields and farms across northern Spain, pilgrims with walking sticks and packs hike along the Camino de Santiago -- the Way of St. James. Their destination is Santiago de Compostela, where legend says the remains of St. James are buried. A magnificent cathedral was built on the site in the 11th and 12th centuries.
The steps of pilgrims stretch back unbroken to the 800s; reportedly the pilgrimages continued through the centuries, although with fewer people, even during wartime.

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