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Foresthill's Everest climber lives with a plan, journeys on the edge

Foresthill resident Randall Peeters has chronicled his life in a just-published ‘adventure autobiography’ titled “Journeys to the Edge,” that includes an ac ...

Wine Trail sponsoring Holidays in the Hills Toy Drive

Friday, Dec. 5 Holiday celebration at Sarah Whitcomb Antiques, Dec. 5 in Blue Goose Fruit Shed. Store opens at 11 a.m.; party from 5-8 p.m. Music, food, wine and holiday treasure ...

Media Life: Auburn area’s Top 5 fall-foliage destinations

The leaves are down, the colors are fading to brown as they soak into the soil, and the Media Life winners for Top 5 best fall foliage destinations are ready to be unveiled. Journ ...

Auburn Parade of Lights: ‘Not a bad seat’ in parade

For something so big on the Auburn community calendar around Christmas, Saturday’s Festival of Lights Parade has kept its small-town feel. Since first arriving on the Decemb ...

Dramatic rescue after pickup crashes off Foresthill Road embankment

Rescuers worked for nearly two hours Thursday to free a woman trapped in a pickup that left Foresthill Road, plunged 30 feet down an embankment and crashed into a stand of oaks. T ...

Gold Run CHP arrest elusive Butte County shooting suspect

Gold Run California Highway Patrol officers are receiving praise for quick work in safely arresting a 17-year-old who had been sought for almost a month as a suspect in a Butte Cou ...

You can have olive trees without the fruit

Question: My family enjoys our olive trees for the graceful beauty they bring to our property (curb appeal) but the olives are a nuisance. How can I stop the trees from bearing fru ...

Decked out for the holidays - Loomis Basin Education Foundation Holiday Home Tour

When Jonelle and Richard Tannahill moved into their Loomis residence, it marked a new beginning in more ways than one. They were also celebrating their wedding day. “It was ...

Loomis has Main St. U.S.A. vibe

Hundreds lined Taylor Road for the Day Before Thanksgiving Day Parade held Wednesday morning, Nov. 26. The Loomis First Assembly of God organizes the community parade every year.

Restaurant will expand to 5,000 sq ft

A “sold” sign has been gone up on the Horseshoe Bar Grill building. The restaurant, located at the corner of Horseshoe Bar and Taylor roads, has been dark since January ...