Living

Parishioners work, make sacrifices to build church

For Father Arnold Ortiz, watching the growth of his parish, St. Joseph Marello Catholic Church has been one miraculous occurrence after another. From holding church services at a ...

Locally Yours: Pastured poultry tastes like more than chicken

Why, when asked what something tastes like, is the answer always “it tastes just like chicken?” It doesn’t matter whether the protein in question is alligator or rattlesnake ...

10 things to do with your kids this summer

Summer is almost here! We’ve all started rolling down our car windows a bit farther, pulled out our favorite pair of shorts and flip flops, and sketched a plan on how to spruce u ...

Parishioners work together, make sacrifices, to build their church

For Father Arnold Ortiz, watching the growth of his parish, St. Joseph Marello, has been one miraculous occurrence after another. From holding church services at a school gym to ...

Community pool to open for lessons, summer fun

Even though the swim season at the Del Oro High School pool will be a bit shorter than last year, there will still be plenty of time for fun in the sun. The pool opens June 14 and ...

Boogie to bluegrass at Loomis Depot

Enjoy an evening of music during a free outdoor summer concert hosted by the Town of Loomis at 7 p.m. Friday, June 4, at the Loomis Depot. Performing bluegrass music will be the St ...

Community Briefs

The season of free summer outdoor concerts, sponsored by the Town of Loomis, opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 4, at the Loomis Depot. The Station Pickers will perform bluegrass musi ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (June 3, 1960 Issue) The Placer County was planning to build a new truck route from Highway 40 into Lomis to relieve the problem of congested traffic coming in from th ...

Al Nitta dies

Funeral services are pending for Alfred Tsuguo Nitta. Mr. Nitta died May 31, 2010 at his home on the family ranch on Del Mar Avenue in Loomis, where he was born on March 19, 1923.

Teachers saying goodbye to Del Oro

Four Del Oro High School teachers will be leaving school in June. Al Newton, Jack Pchelkin and Marilyn Rickabaugh are retiring and Kathy Meyers is leaving Del Oro to work permanent ...