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Penryn resident cleans up - one walk at a time

Some people have wondered if Mary Williams is homeless. But that doesn’t bother the 81-year-old, who rises before dawn six days a week, rain or shine, and strolls the roads of Lo ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (July 29, 2010 Issue) Twenty-five members of the Penryn Assembly of Rainbow for Girls gathered in the Frank Nute packing shed for a slumber party. Kathy Nute was the h ...

Roadside trash pick-up program to be dissolved

Steps have been taken to formally dissolve Citizens Involved Means Better Living, the organization of volunteers who picked up roadside trash for 15 years. According to CIMBL exec ...

CIMBL crew cleans its last road

Citizens Involved Means Better Living, or CIMBL, finished its last clean up on Saturday Aug. 8, probably the last ever unless a replacement director is found. The group has been re ...

Dave Albright to leave CIMBL post

The description for a job soon to become available could read: Long hours, trash duty; no pay. Benefits: Satisfaction of being part of a worthwhile cause while beautifying your com ...

Thank you to Rotarians for their help to collect 36 bags of litter

I want to thank the Rocklin/Loomis Basin Rotary for helping to clean up Taylor Road in Loomis this last Saturday, April 26. They worked with volunteers from CIMBL (Citizens Involve ...

Community Briefs

Burning permits required today As of today, Cal Fire, Nevada-Yuba-Placer is requiring burning permits in the region, including all of Loomis. Burn permits can be obtained at no cha ...