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Students give special apples to recognize teachers

Amid more than 300 invited guests including mayors, city council members and school board members from Loomis, Rocklin and Lincoln, four area high school teachers were honored by t ...

State targeting June 17 for Placer gay marriages

June 17 is now the target date for Placer County to start issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. On Wednesday, the state Department of Public Health issued instructions to ...

Community Briefs

Free event showcases local talent The Loomis Grammar School Talent Show, featuring a variety of acts, will take place at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Thursday, May 29, in the school’s gym. ...

Blues at the Goose

June will usher in three Loomis musical events, providing lots of entertainment for a variety of tastes. The Summertime Blues & Brews concert brings the Hammer Smith Band to the Bl ...

Security fears halt congressional debate

Because of “security concerns,” a District 4 congressional debate between two Republican hopefuls at Sierra College was cancelled, but all four GOP candidates will have a chanc ...

Rocklin growth riles locals

Locals are crying foul as Rocklin pushes through approvals of mega-stores and high-density developments along Loomis’ rural borders. “We’re in a lose-lose situation,” Dia ...

Baseball is all in the family

Baseball is all in the family for the DeGan clan of Loomis. Five brothers, ranging in age from 6 to 13, along with their parents, Robert and Sue DeGan, “live, eat and breathe bas ...

Roadside burger joint serves up oldies but goodies

They just don’t make ‘em like they used to. Or do they? There’s a new, little roadside burger joint on Taylor Road, appropriately named “Taylors,” that serves up a good, ...

Dog's horse-attack ‘wanted’ posters plaster Norcal

Reward posters are going up on walls in pet stores and veterinarian offices from Reno to Sacramento to Stockton in a new regional drive to collar a man and dog involved in a brutal ...

Little League hardballed by snack shack burglaries

To some, $400 may not be a large amount. But to the Newcastle Little League, that loss at two league snack shacks has created a financial hardship. The league, which includes playe ...