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Planting the seeds for organic gardening to flourish

For Patricia Boudier, organic gardening is the natural way. That’s what she wants to get across as a seminar speaker at this week’s San Francisco Flower & Garden Sh ...

LOOMIS BASIN EVENTS Teacher's Choice art show

Thursday There will be a Spring Equinox Labyrinth Walk at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, March 21, at Sierra Christian Church, 5645 Rocklin Road. For more information, call 837-1109. Satur ...

Rural road closures drag on

Three road projects in the Loomis Basin are behind schedule, inconveniencing both drivers and residents. While most of the blame can be placed on Mother Nature, other factors play ...

D.O. grad aids run to NAIA title game

In her playing days at both Del Oro and UC Santa Barbara, Emilie Johnson was in complete control of things on the hardwood from her point guard position. Now, after a standout fou ...

Rocklin doctor arrested

A Rocklin doctor accused of negligence against 15 former patients was arrested Friday, according to the Placer County Jail website. Efrain Diego Gonzales, 52, of the Advanced Med ...

LOOKING BACK Students help reforest area burned in Sierra Fire

50 Years Ago March 15, 1963 Services were held for Arthur A. Halliker, 84, a resident of Loomis for 45 years. Friends gave Lorene and Lloyd Owen a surprise house-warming in their ...

You can make it at new candle shop

A local candlemaker has turned a hobby into a business by presenting the best that Placer County agriculture and artists have to offer. Tucked into a back corner of High Hand Frui ...

Bridal Faire offers one-on-one with vendors

Brides wanting to create a memorable wedding day without being stampeded at a larger bridal show should look no further than the March 24 Gold Country Bride Bridal Faire. The Brid ...

Blue Anchor Park restrooms get green light

Longtime plans for a multi-use plaza and a public restroom at Blue Anchor Park are coming to fruition this spring.     The Nancy Beck Multi-Use Plaza featuring ...

LOOMIS BASIN EVENTS: Entertaining the preschool crowd

Friday Today, Friday, March 15, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. is the last day to take thrift store type items to ReUseIt Drive-Thru Donation Station to benefit the new Del Oro pool. Donata ...