Business

Cool woman sues over ‘bad’ caramel apple

A Cool woman who survived a potentially deadly listeria infection after eating a caramel apple is suing a Bakersfield processor and Wal-Mart. According to court records obtained b ...

Developer shifts gears on Penryn apartment project

A 150-apartment project in rural Placer County that raised the hackles of some Penryn and Loomis residents in 2012 is now dramatically downshifting plans. According to Placer Coun ...

Local businesses anticipate Raise80 project

With Interstate 80 scheduled to be closed in both directions on Jan. 27 and Jan. 28 from the hours of 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. and then temporarily from Jan. 25 through Feb. 9, locals are ...

Christmas in Loomis

Loomis Fire Department trucks and crews escorted Santa through Loomis on his annual visit the Saturday before Christmas. Santa and his elves greeted children of all ages and passed ...

Placer Nevada Cattlewomen honor Shirley Jauregui, install new board

The Placer Nevada Cattlewomen recently celebrated Christmas at the Apple Alley Café in Grass Valley. The celebration honored longtime member, Shirley Jauregui, who was rece ...

Henry Schneider to be installed as new chamber president Jan. 15

Local businessman Henry Schneider is turning his service with the Loomis Basin Community Service into a “four-peat.” On Jan. 15 at the Blue Goose Event Center, Schneid ...

Let’s meet ASAP

Former Loomis News Editors Martha Garcia and Joyia Emard have, over the years, enticed me with Loomis’ activities and events. The two didn’t know that I already realiz ...

Rural Placer County mandarin orchard preserved

Rural Placer County mandarin grower Rich Ferreira said he’s seen the land around him slowly gentrified over his lifetime. With deep roots in the soil that grows mandarins, l ...

Auburn New Year’s festivities spread 2015 joy

It’s not just all about the partying when New Year’s Eve rolls around each year. It’s also about the musicians up onstage providing the right atmosphere, the bar ...

Old Town’s Tsuda name gone but memories kept alive

A well-known Old Town Auburn building is undergoing major changes and is targeted for reopening in early 2015 as a bistro restaurant. Owners Patty and John Dooley have been workin ...