Editorials

Supes ante up with study on homelessness

Placer County supervisors took a small but significant step last week in addressing the problem of homelessness in our communities, and for that, the board is to be commended. Sup ...

2 state bills would choke businesses

Over the years, California has earned a reputation of not being friendly to business interests, and thus we have seen states like Texas come try to pry businesses to move out of ou ...

Welcome back a familiar face

It is my honor to once again have been named editor of the Loomis News. I have a decades’ old relationship with this newspaper and the town and am happy to be returning to on ...

Editorial: California’s counties could learn from the nation’s only prison rodeo

Editor’s Note: On April 20, Gold Country Media reporter Scott Thomas Anderson spent the day at the Angola Prison Rodeo, held at the Louisiana State Penitentiary, two hours no ...

Road blocks on my mind

It has been the winter of our discontent with road construction in the Loomis Basin. Three rural roads have undergone prolonged closures while large-scale projects have been condu ...

Help her on her final journey

As moms, we always want to clean up messes and leave our house in order before we go on a journey. My good friend Susan Kidwell is hoping to do that as she heads into her final da ...

Anything is possible for 2012 Del Oro graduates

High school graduation is one of the most exciting times for a young person. One chapter in life is closing and another is about to begin. For graduates it is a time when anyth ...

Another View: Enough red tape to stripe California’s highways

No one understands the needs of Placer County residents better than the people who live here. We love our community and are always looking for things we can do to make it even bet ...

Loomis sports chatter

A few years back - the 1970s to be exact -Albert Hammond told us through song that “It Never Rains In Southern California.” If you were part of the Del Oro contingent that foll ...