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Local church sponsors free family fun day

A small church is making a big difference in the Loomis community. Loomis First Assembly Church of God, the group that organizes the Loomis Day Before Thanksgiving Parade and the ...

Loomis Basin events calendar

Tonight The Loomis Thursday Night FamilyFest is held from 6 to 9:30 p.m., every Thursday, at the Loomis Train Depot, 5801 Taylor Road. Tonight, the group Cyprus plays from 6 to 7: ...

Artists open studios

The Ninth Annual Loomis Art Loop Open Studios Tour is a great way to appreciate the works of local artists. The free event runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., this Saturday and Sunday, M ...

Bacharach wins Div. II singles crown

Del Oro?s Brett Bacharach continued his torrid post season play by winning the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section tennis boys singles championship. The Del Oro senior topped Christian Brother ...

Eagles Gear Up For Golf Stretch Run

Tuning up for Tuesday?s critical second Sierra Foothill League golf tournament of the season, the Del Oro High golf team checked in with some impressive performances last week. Ke ...

Loomis Basin definitely has talent

It?s official, the Loomis area is loaded with talented singers and musicians. After two weeks, six hopefulls will move on to the semi-finals and more will be added each week. To ...

Soap box cars readied for Saturday Derby

Soap box derby enthusiasts are putting the finishing touches on their cars in anticipation of this year?s big event. The Third Annual Loomis Soap Box Derby is coming to Del Oro Hi ...

Survivors and teams offer hope at Relay

A local girl has organized a team for the Loomis American Cancer Society Relay For Life to offer hope. Katie Conkel, 15, said she saw a story in the ?Loomis News? on the 24-hour R ...

3LO Loomis sports chatter By Mike Ray The news this past week from the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section that beginning next year the Sierra Foothill League will be elevated to Division I status for postseason competition in most athletic competition took many

The news this past week from the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section that beginning next year the Sierra Foothill League will be elevated to Division I status for postseason competition in mos ...

Looking Back

50 Years Ago May 4, 1962 Charter members of the National Honor Society at Del Oro High School were Lucille Yego, Gordon Takemoto, Wayne Takagishi, Joyce Springer, Karen Peterson a ...

Thanks for helping homeless

Homelessness may be one of the few issues on which everyone can agree. Nobody likes it. There?s nothing beneficial about it, and it?s very expensive. Homelessness evokes the same s ...

Baffled by town pool funding

While I'm sympathetic to the Del Oro pool situation, I'm baffled by the Loomis Town Council decision to spend $10,000 in legal fees to assess the "feasibility of a November bond me ...

Rodeos should be banned

Rodeos are already banned in many communities throughout the nation because of abject cruelty and abuse. Rodeo?s torture of animals has nothing to do with their "top condition," ...

Town purchases Taylor Road property

The Town of Loomis purchased 640 feet of frontage along Taylor Road next to the High Hand Fruit Shed from Placer County last week for $292,061. The acquisition allows the town t ...

State names local elementary Distinguished School

Loomis? own H. Clarke Powers Elementary School earned California?s highest level of recognition for public schools and became a 2012 California Distinguished School. Tom Torlakso ...