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It's not too late to spruce up the home for the holidays

'Tis the season to deck the halls and it’s not too late to spruce up those halls for jolly holiday gatherings. Many merchants right here in town can help give your home a quick ...

Homewood moves to new location

With the housing sector in the cross hairs of the Great Recession, family-owned Homewood Lumber and Building Supply has weathered the decline and moved into their new location. " ...

Digging in at new location

Homewood Lumber owners took up a pick and shovel Oct. 13 to celebrate the groundbreaking of their new facility at the corner of Brace Road and Sierra College Boulevard. Constructio ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (May 27, 2010 Issue) Mrs. Mae Yhnell of Loomis was installed president of the Woman’s Club of Loomis. Serving with her were Boyanna Brown, Louise Dudley, Jessie Helm ...

Homewood Lumber gets the green light to build

Homewood Lumber will begin grading and clearing at its new location after getting the green light from Loomis officials. Homewood’s 8.84-acre property sits at the corner of Sier ...

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 ...

UPDATE: Homewood owner wants decision

On Dec. 9, the Loomis Town Council voted to continue the discussion of a development agreement between the town and Homewood Lumber to 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 15, at the Loomis Depo ...

Residents opposed to Homewood project proposal

The Loomis Town Council met Aug. 12 at Veterans Memorial Hall in expectation of a large crowd, hot weather and, with a 17-item agenda, a long evening. All proved to be true. After ...