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Oil gluttony kills innocents

If we continue our addiction to oil, we will kill the environment. Innocent animals are dying for our mistake. If we are killing animals for oil, what will happen next? Will we kil ...

Help the environment

A lot of people think that the water that goes down our storm drains will go to a water treatment plant to be cleaned. Not true! We have two separate systems. The water that we put ...

Documentary of 442nd Regimental Combat Team screens June 24

“Valor with Honor” will be screened at 4 and 7 p.m. Thursday, June 24, at the State Theatre in Auburn. The documentary film is based on over 35 interviews of veterans of the 44 ...

Elementary school graduates ready for high school

Eighth-graders from six local elementary schools have been graduated and are now the Del Oro High School Class of 2014. “They’ll make Del Oro a better place, they’re a fun, c ...

Loomis Basin Relay for Life seeks volunteers, teams

Volunteers and teams are being recruited for the first American Cancer Society Relay For Life in the Loomis Basin. Organizers will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 24, at th ...

Raley's employee bags education grant

Amy Wolfley’s goal to go into nursing has been made easier by a grant she has received through the Joyce Raley Teel Scholarship program. This marks the 12th year of the program, ...

Garcia Foundation helps local students attend camp

It has been 10 years since John Garcia died from bacterial meningitis, but his legacy continues through a foundation and scholarships. John, who grew up in Loomis, was a member of ...

Bud's Beat

California voters had their say about politics when they went to cast their votes in last week’s mid-term primary election. They came not in droves but more like dribbles that g ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (June 17, 1960 Issue) A meeting to determine whether or not an anterless deer hunt should be held in Placer County was planned in the county supervisors’ chambers by ...

Senior projects are valuable

Last week while speaking with one of the Loomis town elders, I was informed that Del Oro High School is considering eliminating senior projects. If I were faced with the prospects ...