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Hidden Falls park-funding wrangle heading to Board of Supervisors

Placer County’s parks panel has added its support to controversial plans for $150,000 in developer fees the Auburn Recreation District argues could be better spent elsewhere. Th ...

Loomis preps for Creek Week

Loomis goes green the next two weekends, as it observes Creek Week this Saturday and Earth Day on April 24. Creek Week activities on April 17 will take place at Heritage Park, the ...

Del Oro to recognize standouts at first Hall of Fame event

When Ed Bonner graduated from Del Oro High and accepted a track and field scholarship to UC Berkeley 40 years ago, in spirit he never left the Loomis campus. “Even at Cal, I was ...

Loomis lawsuits gain ground

When you give bullies a bloody nose, you get their attention. The same might be true for Loomis hitting Rocklin with a series of lawsuits over the years to not only get noticed but ...

Loomis students honor Unknown Soldier

Loomis students were chosen to participate in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery during the 8th Grade trip to Washington D.C ...

Hitchcock festival taking over State Theatre

Things are about to get kinda spooky over at the State Theatre. The Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center is gearing up for this weekend’s “The Best of Hitchcock,” a three-da ...

Women run to raise awareness, money for Mercy Ministries

In memory of someone they loved and with a desire to help others in need, two young women will run in this weekend’s 2010 River City Marathon and Half Marathon Run & Walk, to rai ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (April 15, 1960 Issue) Easter Sunrise Services were planned for Hoyts Hill near Penryn. A breakfast, to benefit the Placer County Easter Seal Society, would follow a ...

Downtown bank robbed

A white male in his late 50’s robbed the U.S. Bank at 730 High St. in Downtown Auburn at 11:55 a.m. Tuesday, according to Auburn Police Chief Valerie Harris. The suspect is des ...