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The Loomis News website has a new look!

The Loomis News website has been completely overhauled with a fresh new look and great new features. For the last several months the Interactive Team at Gold Country Media has ...

Loomis News gets new publisher

Brehm Communications, the parent company of the Loomis News, has added a publisher to lead the community newspaper. President William Brehm Jr. announced the promotion of Kelly Le ...

Thank you for 16 wonderful years in your community

My time at the Loomis News, for over 16 years this last time, has been a rewarding experience and you are all responsible for making it so. Loomis has become my second home, where ...

Editor Martha Garcia will be missed

A lot of people in Loomis are going to miss Martha Garcia. She put in a lot of time supporting charities and other local events taking place in Loomis. She always attended loc ...

Cast your vote for Best of the Best

What’s your favorite restaurant or store? Where’s the best place to get your hair done? Who’s your favorite mechanic? If there’s a merchant, professional, or business that ...

Best of the Best - Vote Now

It's that time of year again when you can nominate your favorite local business for The Loomis News Best of The Best 2010. Must be 18 or older and only one entry per reader. Clic ...

Jean Lund named publisher

Jean Lund has been promoted to publisher of the Lincoln News Messenger and has taken on new responsibilities as manager of The Loomis News and The Placer Herald. “Jean has earne ...

Del Oro High School cheerleaders represent their school, community

What do you get when you cross tumbling, gymnastics and dance and then add Golden Eagle spirit? Why, the Del Oro High School cheerleading squad, of course. This committed group of ...

Our newspapers are valued by community

Radio killed newspapers. Then TV killed newspapers. And when that wasn’t enough, the Internet came along and put a knife in our collective heart. “The report of my death was a ...

History is a gold mine for Loomis resident

Loomis residents have a movie “star” living among them. He’s Gary Noy, director of the Center for Sierra Nevada Studies at Sierra College. Last week, KVIE, the Public Broadca ...