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Calendar of events for this week May 21 - 27

Thursday, May 21  “Sons in Retirement Branch 79 meets at 11 a.m. followed by lunch at the Auburn Elks, 195 Pine St., Auburn. All retired men are invited to attend. I ...

Loomis Quilt and Fiber Guild members give back to community

While Loomis Quilt and Fiber Guild members sew nonstop for eight hours twice monthly and take great pride in their creations, they never end up with the finished creations. Ra ...

Raglan honored for Navy work

Charlie Raglan served his country during World War Two as a flight engineer for the U.S. Navy, flying 16-hour trips over the Pacific from 1942 to 1945. This past weekend, Raglan& ...

Ask the Master Gardener: Think beyond cacti, succulents for landscaping plants that use less water

Question: I don’t care for cacti and succulents. What other landscape plants use little water? Answer: Actually many plants other than those usual suspects have adapted to ...

Woodall’s offers college safety class for young women

Sending a daughter off to college or to live on her own can fill a parent with worry. But a six-hour class taught locally aims to arm young women leaving home for the first time w ...

Friends of the Penryn Library drive starts June 1

The Friends of the Penryn Library will have a clothing and household items donation drive June 1 through June 14 at the Rocklin ReUseIt station on Rocklin Road. To ensure that pr ...

Stephen M. Barooshian remembered

     Legend has it that when a tiny flower was created, the color was missing and the flower cried out, "Forget me not." A small bit of blue was added so i ...

Loomis Grammar students design school playground

If kids were allowed to design a playground what would they choose? A swimming pool, a zip line, a bounce house? These were just a few of the ideas suggested by 64 Loomis Grammar ...

Bob Hansen remembered as remarkable and caring

Born on the Loomis family farm where he lived and farmed most of his life, Robert E. “Bob” Hansen died April 17 in Roseville. At a celebration of life Friday at the Bl ...

Thinking about starting your own business?

Owning your own business is one of the most challenging and rewarding things you can do in life so make sure you are prepared to succeed.  Here are five basic things to c ...

Spare The Air season began last Friday

The Sacramento region’s 21st Spare The Air season beginning last Friday marks the beginning of a newly-refined effort by the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management Di ...

Diane Nicholas’ Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue competing for $10,000 in award money

To vote by Saturday: visit http://ladygodivaprogram.com/finalists. You can vote once a day. Diane Nicholas’ Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue competing for $10,000 in award money ...

CaLendar of events for this week May 7 - 13

Calendar of Events   Thursday, May 7 The “Healing Arts” Show is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays until May 16. “Healing Hearts&r ...

Emporium’s yard sale pulls in customers

The Loomis Hardware Emporium’s semi-annual yard sale attracted steady customers Friday. The two-day event takes place in May and October in front of the Emporium at 3601 Tayl ...

Linda’s Pizza serves up a hot deep-dish

As Linda Ellington serves a deep-dish pizza to a customer Friday, she smiles and hands him a fork. “You’d have to go to Chicago to get pizza like this,” Ellingto ...