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LOOKING BACK: Gas was 25.9 cents per gallon

50 Years Ago May 17, 1963 Services were held for John G. Stanley, 73, a native of Loomis. He was a retired plumber. The Loomis School band and orchestra led by Mrs. Don Whitehead ...

Johnson: Maloofs sign off on Kings' future in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO — Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson announced to screaming throngs of Kings fans Friday that the deal to sell the NBA franchise to a group led by software tycoon Vive ...

Source: Maloofs reach agreement to sell Sacramento Kings

  A person familiar with the deal says the Maloof family has reached an agreement with a Sacramento group headed by TIBCO software tycoon Vivek Ranadive to sell a 65 percent ...

Woman swaps big city job for small town consignment store

            Success has its price is the revelation that prompted interior designer Krystal Coomler to abandon a prestigious ...

Del Oro May Day helps teens unwind

Sometimes teens just need a break. And what could be better than skipping class and spending the afternoon with 1,725 of your best friends while enjoying May Day at Del Oro High S ...

Life is a cabaret for Del Oro choir

Del Oro High School choir students will be hitting the stage to perform a wide variety of music this weekend. Lisa Sands, Del Oro’s chorus teacher and head of the choir depar ...

Family Garden Day shines spotlight on eating healthy

How do you get kids to eat more vegetables? Teach them how to garden. That’s the focus of Family Garden Day Saturday, June 1, at the Gold Country Fairgrounds’ Farr ...

Ask the Master Gardener: What to consider when choosing organic or synthetic fertilizer

Question: Why should I buy organic fertilizer when synthetic fertilizer is usually cheaper, contains a higher percentage of the basic nutrients and shows quicker growth? Answer: ...

Sacramento fans celebrate as NBA says Kings will stay put

    SACRAMENTO (AP) — Horns blared around the Capitol and cheers erupted from bars as the NBA made it official and said the Kings would stay put, despit ...

Annual victim breakfast features tale of survival, forgiveness

  LOOMIS - At age 16, Brooks Douglass watched his parents die as he and his sister – both shot in the back – fought to free themselves to get help. For the next ...