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Dancing in appreciation of Wounded Warriors

The Red, White and Blue country western dance, held in August at the Loomis Depot, earned nearly $1,000 for the Wounded Warriors organization that supports families of soldiers. Th ...

Closure eludes victim’s family

More than three years after the shocking broad-daylight murder of Tammy Lynn Texiera at a Roseville gas station, family members say they are still waiting for justice. Declared men ...

Mr. Pickles sign waver Billy Dean brings 'em in while a smile

Equipped with water and an MP3 player, Billy Dean is a living billboard battling for the attention of potential lunchtime customers. Dean can be found at the corner of Taylor Road ...

You have a say in how Loomis will look in 25 years

If you were standing in downtown Loomis 26 years ago and you were asked to describe downtown Loomis in the year 2009, how accurate would your description have been back then? I a ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (Sept. 11, 1959 Issue) David Barnes, son of Dr. and Mrs. P.D. Barnes of Loomis, had won the “Best of Show” award at the Empire Fair in Ukiah for a casein paintin ...

Del Oro girls cross country team wins its own Invitational

Del Oro’s girls varsity cross country team showed its heels last Thursday in winning the first Del Oro Invitational. Led by Emma Freeman’s third place finish and strong depth ...

Toy gun taken to Loomis school grounds

Having a gun on school grounds, even if it’s a toy gun and it’s after school hours, is against the law. And a juvenile – a student at H. Clarke Powers Elementary School – ...

Dugard story reopens wounds for local crime victims’ families

The re-emergence of Jaycee Dugard, missing since 1991, and the horrific details surfacing of what she endured the past 18 years, has brought up strong emotions for local victims of ...