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Thousands turn out for Tour of California’s spin through Auburn

Excitement hung in the air in the hours leading up to 128 bicyclists zooming through Auburn and the awe lasted throughout the day long after the world-class riders pedaled on to th ...

It’s mettle to the pedal as race begins

There are no guarantees in sports and the Amgen Tour of California is no exception. The beauty of today’s opening stage of the eight-day race is no one knows exactly what to exp ...

Salgado official attorney possible

The local California Highway Patrol officer arrested May 11 could have an attorney by Tuesday. Salgado was arrested in a Rocklin shopping center and was booked into Auburn’s Pl ...

Deputies arrest serial burglary suspects

Placer County Sheriff’s deputies arrested two men Wednesday night for a series of Granite Bay burglaries. Sgt. Brian Whigam of the sheriff’s department said that deputies resp ...

Loomis District continues negotiations with teachers union

Negotiation team members from the Loomis Union School District and the teachers union continue trying to hammer out a labor agreement. According to Superintendent Paul Johnson, the ...

Schmeck has seen cycling come full circle

Auburn’s Carter Schmeck has been involved in cycling for the last 25 years, and in that quarter century he has seen a dynamic change in the popularity of the sport. With the wil ...

CHP officer pleads not guilty

A local California Highway Patrol officer will return for further arraignment Friday after he pled not guilty to felony charges against him Thursday. Ruben Salgado, 37, was arreste ...

Amgen excitement takes hold of Auburn

The streets will be filled with cyclists Sunday. The Amgen race is finally here, and the enthusiasm is building for local business owners. “(It’s) just pure excitement,” sai ...

Doupniks' warehouse of kindness honored

Each December for the last eight years, Gary Doupnik Manufacturing has turned into Loomis’ version of the North Pole. That’s when the Swetzer Road company empties its warehous ...

More staff cuts coming to Loomis Union School District

Fifteen classroom aides and a maintenance worker will be pink-slipped as the Loomis Union School District struggles to balance its budget. The school board approved the cuts for th ...