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Open space committee has openings

The Town of Loomis is accepting applications from individuals interested in serving on the Park and Open Space Committee for Council’s consideration. Applications are due by Feb ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (Feb. 6, 1959 Issue) Pack 12 Cub Scouts of Loomis met for their monthly pack meeting with 151 in attendance, the largest on record. The meeting was opened with the fla ...

Franklin fourth-graders explore California Railroad Museum

Franklin Elementary School fourth-grade students, accompanied by their teachers Bea Bonner and Dave DeLange, recently visited the California Railroad Museum and Old Eagle Theater i ...

Loomis files suit against its neighbor

The Town of Loomis has filed a lawsuit against the City of Rocklin over their approval of the Rocklin Crossings project. According to the lawsuit filed by special counsell Donald ...

Septic fees comment period extended

Facing an uprising of rural septic system users opposed to inspections and fees, the State Water Resources Control Board announced last week an extension of a comment period on pro ...

Madsen murder retrial opens

AUBURN - Believing his longtime friend was stealing from his family’s business, Caleb Madsen stabbed 23-year-old Christopher Worth through the heart, then left his dead body prop ...

Franklin principal uses hi-tech background to sell values, education

hawn Shaw brings energy to his new role as Franklin Elementary School’s principal. “I pinch myself every day that I get to work here. I’ve had tons of fun,” Shaw said. Sha ...

Love is in the food for Valentine's Day diners

The Loomis Basin has a number of dining choices to celebrate Valentine’s Day locally. On Feb. 14, the New Horseshoe Bar Grill restaurant will feature a Valentine’s Day dinner ...

Local resident honored for role in town incorporation

Longtime Loomis resident Bill Branch was recently honored by the Loomis Town Council as a kick-off to the celebration of the town’s 25th anniversary. According to the town’s ...