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Pack your wallet, food for holiday mixer

Henry Schneider won’t be satisfied unless he raises $7,000 Thursday. He’ll use his emcee skills to encourage attendees at the Loomis Basin Chamber of Commerce holiday mixer to ...

Fall is food gathering season for local charity

While most people are just now putting away Halloween decorations and thinking about Thanksgiving, organizers who feed the hungry at Christmastime have been planning for weeks. She ...

Christmas Basket program helps needy

Good will overflowed at the Doupnik Manufacturing warehouse Saturday morning. Nearly 300 volunteers filled the Rippey Road building to sort and fill boxes with a holiday meal for ...

Local youth collecting donations for the needy

Some of the community’s youngest citizens are stepping up to the plate to help needy families during the holiday season. Youngsters from Loomis Basin schools are filling Kids Can ...

Homewood Lumber still cutting through red tape of relocation

Homewood Lumber owners have to jump a few more hurdles before they can begin grading at their new location. “We are fighting a very difficult economy. We need to get this project ...

Homewood still eyeing Loomis site

Homewood Lumber continues to work with Loomis on its move to a new location, despite legal threats from Rocklin. The store, currently located on Rippey Road, is hoping to build at ...

Baskets filled with cheer

Over 330 families from Loomis and Penryn, and from Rocklin to Newcastle, will have a good Christmas meal and extra toys for kids, thanks to the Loomis Basin Christmas Basket Progra ...

Loomis Basin Christmas Baskets include toys for children

Volunteers from throughout the community assembled boxes of food Saturday morning at Doupnik Manufacturing. The Loomis Basin Christmas Baskets are for needy families from Loomis, P ...

Loomis students spread Christmas cheer

Eighty first-graders from Loomis Grammar and H. Clarke Powers Elementary schools made their way down Taylor Road last week, stopping to sing carols and to mail their letters to San ...