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Del Oro dancers to perform Saturday

Nine Del Oro High School dance team members have been nationally recognized and will perform during the school’s “Everybody Clap Your Hands” show this weekend. T ...

Thank you garden feeds rescued fawns

When an Auburn man wanted to give back to a local animal rescue organization, he picked up his shovel. Eric Sauer, owner of Country Gardens agricultural services, wanted to thank ...

LOOMIS BASIN EVENTS: Retro trio performs Saturday

THURSDAY The 3rd Annual Blues and BBQs, a benefit for Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy, is at 6 p.m., Thursday, May 30 at the Blue Goose Event Center. Hosting the event ar ...

Loomis Community Preschool enrolling for fall

Loomis Community Preschool student Tessa Garland shows off her fingerpainting hands. The school is now accepting enrollment for the 2013-2014 school year, with limited non-particip ...

New Placer homeless count hints at economic recovery

Placer County’s homeless numbers are down as economic numbers show a promising upturn. The count - used to help establish Placer County’s share of federal Housing and ...

Talent contest finalists compete for prizes

It’s down to the wire for 16 finalists in the Loomis Basin Has Talent contest. Friday evening these singers, musicians and a comedian will perform and compete for prizes in ...

Fire season arrives early in Loomis Basin

Fire season has come early to the Loomis Basin. Just last week, Loomis Fire Protection Chief Dave Wheeler expressed concern about how dry vegetation is. “The moisture level ...

LOOKING BACK: War puts labor at premium

50 Years Ago May 24, 1963 Services were held for Ida Sandvick, 84, a native of Finland and a Rocklin resident for 60 years. Jonelle Hansen installed Noreen Aguilar as the new Loo ...

Roseville mom pleads guilty in connection to 2-year-old daughter’s death

The mother accused of causing her 2-year-old daughter’s death through alcohol poisoning and acute malnutrition pleaded guilty to two counts of felony child abuse Friday morni ...