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Del Oro students take a stand against bullying

Social media had taken bullying from the playground and brought it home where kids can be humiliated or harassed via texts and posts. Adults may recall their school bullies as ...

LOOMIS BASIN EVENTS Follow the leader to Alaska presentation

Saturday Learn some secrets about growing giant pumpkins from experts from 10 a.m. - noon, Saturday, Feb, 23, at the Canyon View Community Center, Foothills room, 471 Maidu Dr., i ...

Loomis Rotary combines fun and service

Loomis Sunset Rotary Club members have fun working together on projects in the community and around the globe. Whether they’re serving lunch to seniors, raising funds for D ...

Wheeler appoints new planning commissioner

Robert Black, a third-generation Loomis resident, is the newest Town of Loomis planning commissioner. Town council members unanimously approved Black as Dave Wheeler’s pick ...

Lent is observed

Some local Christian churches began the season of Lent last week. Ash Wednesday, on Feb. 13, marked the start of the 40 days of Lent, a period of prayer, fasting and alms giving, ...

Wings and Wine event helps rescued wildlife

Some unique feathered friends will get up close and personal at an upcoming benefit for wildlife rescue. High Hand will host Wings and Wine, a fundraiser that features wine and f ...

Looking for ‘kinship’ families

Kinship families – where children are raised by relatives other than their parents – can often face challenges and KidsFirst wants them to know help is available. Kids ...

High-schoolers can enter scholarship essay contest

Protect American River Canyons is sponsoring a new high school scholarship essay contest with awards of $750 for the winning essays. Students may enter the 2013 Essay Scholarship ...

LOOKING BACK Del Oro and Penryn schools broken into

50 Years Ago February 15, 1963 Services were held for Lulu Desdamona Harrison, 80, a Loomis resident since 1941. Masonic services were held for Luzerne Bruce Barnes, M.D., 77. He ...