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Civil War returns to Auburn 150 years later
Wednesday Jan 28 2015
Marking 150 years since hostilities ended April 9, 1865, the Civil War is coming home to Auburn in the form of a new Placer County Museums exhibit. While no battles were fought on ...
Looking Back from our archives for Jan. 22
Thursday Jan 22 2015
1 Year Ago Jan. 23, 2014 – Sewer system backs up building plans – Development in Loomis could slow to a stop without fixes to the half-century-old sewer system. The s ...
Coloma seizes on golden opportunity
Sunday Jan 18 2015
Rich in California history, Coloma’s Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park on Saturday commemorates the momentous Jan. 24, 1848, anniversary. And James Marshall’ ...
Looking back week of Jan 15, 2014
Wednesday Jan 14 2015
1 Year Ago Jan. 16, 2014 Former mayor recalls 27 years of service – After 27 years of service to the town of Loomis, former council member Walt Scherer called it a ...
Media Life: Auburncentric memories shining bright in 2015
Friday Jan 09 2015
The votes are in and Price Waterhouse has guaranteed the results for this year’s edition of the Media Life Awards – also known as the “Lifees.” It’s ...
Looking Back week of Jan. 8, 2014
Thursday Jan 08 2015
10 Years Ago Jan. 13, 2005 - Sherrie Doupnik Edgar was gratified by all those who helped make the 2004 Loomis Basin Christmas Basket project a success. &nb ...
Auburn anniversaries abound in 2015
Thursday Jan 01 2015
Auburn is getting ready to mark some notable anniversaries in 2015, with fire and rebirth a major theme. This year will mark the biggest fire in Auburn history. Breaking out June ...
Looking Back: January 1, 2015
Wednesday Dec 31 2014
50 YEARS AGO Jan. 1, 1965 -- Pat Crossley, a seven-year member of the Loomis 4-H Club, was quite successful selling vegetables from her garden to local customers. She learned to c ...
Placer High’s built-in-1936 gym getting the Crabbe Stare
Tuesday Dec 30 2014
Venerable. Awe-inspiring. Nostalgic. The 78-year-old Earl Crabbe Gymnasium at Placer High School inspires plenty of superlatives as visitors enter the Depression-era building and ...
Old Town’s Tsuda name gone but memories kept alive
Tuesday Dec 30 2014
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 ...
Hell Hole Dam collapse 50 years ago today continues to teach
Tuesday Dec 23 2014
The photos were spectacular as the Highway 49 bridge gave way 50 years ago today. But the lasting story was the upstream collapse Dec. 23, 1964, of the Hell Hole Dam that sent a s ...
Media Life: The day Placer High’s basketball team took on mighty Stanford
Friday Nov 21 2014
Imagine Michael Jordan and his North Carolina Tar Heels teammates arriving in Auburn for a basketball game with … the Placer High Hillmen. It’s a gargantuan stretch o ...
Media Life: U.S. Hall of Fame honors for Auburn’s Olympic gold medalist
Friday Nov 14 2014
Add another golden achievement to Stacy Dragila’s Olympian list of accomplishments. And while her just-announced selection to this year’s class of inductees into the N ...
Media Life: Perry King’s “The Divide” poised for Cool ranch shoot in 2015
Friday Nov 07 2014
Perry King knows he’s stepping out of the Hollywood mold. But King, an actor who has found fame on TV’s “Riptide” and in notable films like “The Day ...
Media Life: State Theatre work unearths long-lost 1930 art deco treasure
Friday Oct 24 2014
A vertically challenged genie? A variation on the theatrical “tragedy-comedy” mask, this time memorializing loud acting? A stylized tribute to Aztec culture run amok? ...
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