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50 YEARS AGO (May 8, 1959 Issue) Edwin Nelthorpe was the honored guest at a surprise birthday party given by his wife, Donna. Guests present were Messrs. and Mesdames Walter Taylor ...

DO track welcomes SFL next week

Del Oro will close out its Sierra Foothill League dual meet track season this week with a meet against Granite Bay. The Golden Eagles will also compete in Friday’s Nevada Union I ...

Del Oro netters gain share of league crown

In a match where every point and set proved vital, Del Oro’s Golden Eagles followed strong play from its singles competitors to grab a piece of the Sierra Foothill League tennis ...

Del Oro baseball keeps playoff hopes alive

A 4-3 win by the Del Oro baseball team over Oakmont on Monday has the Golden Eagles still alive for a CIF Sac-Joaquin Section playoff berth. The victory gives the Golden Eagles a S ...

Golden Eagles stoftball inching closer to SFL title

The Del Oro Lady Eagles took a huge step toward the school’s first Sierra Foothill League softball championship since 2002 by taking a scintillating 1-0 win over Roseville last F ...

Golfers finish 5th at sections

Del Oro’s golf team completed a fine season by finishing in fifth place at the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division II Tournament played May 4 at Cameron Park Country Club. The Eagl ...

Del Oro boys hoops camp dates are set

The Del Oro boys basketball program is now taking sign-ups for the Golden Eagles’ summer camps. The team’s annual Frosh - Soph and Junior - Senior Camp is set for June 15 to ...

Loomis Grammar School supplies Earth day helpers

Loomis Grammar School students in the fifth, sixth and seventh grades observed Earth Day on April 22, by holding a Trash-a-Thon. The funds raised will go to a Loomis School Outdoor ...

Del Oro chefs use skills for a good cause

As graduation approaches many students at Del Oro High School are contemplating their future. Senior Jacob Chitty knows exactly what he wants to do when he graduates: become a chef ...

Bakers Nursery offers a green thumb to everyone

Plant your own salad. That’s sage advice from Carrie Baker, who with her husband, Tom, recently opened Bakers Nursery on Taylor Road. Just about anyone can have a beautiful and u ...

Doing business in the new economy takes toughness and creativity

The new economy is forcing Loomis businesses to get tough, creative and back to basics. Valerie Shields, an interior designer and owner of Valerie’s Gallery, said, “I’m hav ...

Del Oro students get hands-on learning

Del Oro High School students are having hands-on experiences that don’t involve texting or video games. They’re enrolled in the school’s Industrial Arts and Vocational Agric ...

Loomis wants to know what you think

The Town of Loomis is seeking guidance on the development of the newly purchased strip of former railroad land that runs from Circle Drive to King Road. They’ve hired two firms t ...