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Crime Report

March 9 Mark David Hand, 47, of Penryn, was arrested on suspicion of willful cruelty/punishment endangerment and disturbing the peace at a school/college or university at 10:45 a.m ...

'Green' business opens in Penryn

Owners of a new showroom in Penryn hope it will become the “go-to” place for eco-friendly products in the area. Eric Salci, ES Electrical and Solar, and Robert Lenney of Rain H ...

Curves helps feed the hungry

Curves of Loomis is participating in the 11th Annual Curves Food Drive. Donations made during March will be distributed to the Loomis food closet. Curves of Loomis is also waiving ...

Del Oro football players give to schools

Del Oro High School varsity football players visited Franklin Elementary, Loomis Grammar and Placer Elementary schools where they read to first-graders, donated books and talked to ...

Drop in injury collisions is no accident

A few summers ago, I was terrified to see my son’s smashed up car surrounded by emergency personnel in a multi-car accident on King Road. Our car was totaled, but my son and anot ...

Spending for teachers, schools is not out of control

Regarding the Thursday, March 12, 2009 article on Loomis Union School District pink slipping 19 teachers: I have a news flash for Jim Foster. It wasn't "out of control" spending th ...

Dave Horsey named district superintendent

Dave Horsey has been tagged as the new Placer Union High School District superintendent. Trustees voted 5-0 Tuesday to appoint Horsey to a three-year term, effective July 1, which ...

Golden Eagles in track split

Del Oro’s track teams split their Sierra Foothill League dual meet opener Wednesday, March 18, against Rocklin. Running at Del Oro, the Golden Eagles girls varsity and JVs poste ...