Letters to the Editor

Don’t let anyone call themselves a winery

Unlimited “routine” promotional activities for 75 to 100 guests, with outdoor amplified PA systems and “temporary overflow parking” on parcels as small as 4 ...

Bickford Ranch would be a drain on our water

This project is like a bad penny, only with much more serious consequences. It is an environmental and traffic nightmare waiting to happen.  But a larger issue now is who is ...

Tax volunteers appreciate Loomis Library

The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program, a function of the AARP Foundation in partnership with the Internal Revenue Service, is a totally free community service to those living in the ...

Rotary members contribute back to community

On behalf of the Rotary Club of Rocklin/Loomis Basin, I want to thank you for the great write up in the Loomis News (front page, Jan. 22, “Loomis/Rocklin Rotary Club celeb ...

Loomis Library hour reduction and possible closure

The library hour reduction is a sad statement of today’s economics and direction of community.  I moved to Loomis over 20 years ago to enjoy the quiet and peace of a sma ...

Look within, help veterans

Our veterans need Placer County to back them like never before. It is important that everyone understand that they can make a difference for our homeless veterans by becoming par ...

A generous community

A propos to your article last week, “Generosity of donors shines through in 2015.” I would like to add the tremendous commitment this community has shown in its supp ...

Today is last day to submit letters to the editor regarding Nov. 4 election

Midnight Monday, Oct. 20, is the deadline to submit letters to the editor about candidates, races or issues that appear on the Nov. 4, 2014 ballot. Letters that meet guidelines wil ...

Let the youth express their joy

Gosh, I just love your town. On a recent drive to the store I drove through the intersection of King and Taylor and you can't help miss the Del Oro senior class handiwork. Wh ...

McClintock is a perfect fit

The June 3 primary produced a landslide victory for our incumbent congressman. While many were looking to the gubernatorial race for a blowout, Congressman McClintock’s 55.9 ...