Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Thanks for the quick response

I would like to publicly thank Leah Rosasco in Supervisor Jim Holmes’ office and the Placer County Sheriff's Office for responding to my request that the trash on King an ...

Reader Input: Great job, coaches

It was great to watch two highly disciplined teams go head to head (recently). It’s also really great to see coaches that bring their teams working to keep the student athlet ...

We all need to cut back our water usage

Our water crisis is serious. We all need to take a look at how we can conserve water. I was down to Folsom Lake a week ago and it is just devastating to look at. I was out Wedne ...

Reader Input: Don’t blame House

According to the Constitution (Article I, Section 7), all spending bills must originate in the House of Representatives. That means that the members of the House have a right to ...

Reader Input: Excellent auto service

Exceptional service does not often enough get publicly recognized. I took my vehicle to Golden Eagle Automotive in downtown Loomis at the recommendation of a good friend who liv ...

Reader input: States can reorganize power

The power of the federal government is out of control. As the state legislators at the recent Mt. Vernon Assembly realized, Washington’s abuse of power — instigated by ...

READER INPUT: Bikers ride single file

To bicyclists everywhere, would you please consider always riding single file on our narrow country roads?  When you ride side-by-side, if it's safe to do so I cross sligh ...

READER INPUT: Thanks to firefighters

We wanted to thank the Loomis Fire District for their annual Christmas in the “hood.” Getting our candy canes from the firefighters is part of our family's Christma ...

READER INPUT: Thanks to the Kelleys for holiday decorations

Please give our thanks to Russ and Joyce Kelley for their fantastic act of love.  Their beautiful Christmas display is such a wonderful Christmas gift to the whole town o ...

READER INPUT: Take a peek in windows

Christmas has come alive in the Horseshoe Bar Grill at the corner of Taylor and Horseshoe Bar roads. The Russ Kelley family has created a beautiful Christmas village, complete with ...