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Volunteer gardeners dig into mud to plant new park

LOOMIS ” Wet weather and muddy soil didn't stop more than 60 volunteers from planting 2,400 shrubs and cover plants at the nearly completed Franklin School Community Park in Loom ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (MARCH 28, 1958 Issue) Mr. and Mrs. Art Stallman and Chuckie, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stallman and family, Richard Stallman and Miss Janice Sloane of Roseville attended the ...

Governor's education cuts not in line with his promises

This past January, when the governor was delivering his State of the State address and singing the praises of public education, the education community was bracing itself for the o ...

Golden Eagles fall in St. Paul tourney finale

The Del Oro High School baseball team closed out a tough run at the St. Paul Tournament in Hacienda Heights March 26, falling to Monte Vista 3-1. Matt Leak and Ben Consulo had thre ...

Del Oro gridders earn honors

A trio of Del Oro High School football players and their head coach were among the honorees at the recent National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame awards dinner held a ...

Banner season for Lady Eagles JV team

Del Oro High School's junior varsity girls' basketball team was extremely successful in their season this year. The team worked hard from the first day of tryouts until the buzzer ...

Golden Eagle rugby club in Argentina

Editor's note: The Del Oro Golden Eagle Rugby Club is in Argentina this week competing against teams from that country. After a 16-hour flight from Sacramento to Buenos Aires, the ...

Del Oro High School sports briefs

Senior guard Emilie Johnson of Del Oro was selected as the Sierra Foothill League's Most Valuable Player for girls basketball. The vote came via the league's coaches at the recent ...

Del Oro High School track teams fare well

Despite having a short-handed roster because of the start of the spring break, the Del Oro High School track teams had good results at the Le Febvre Relays held March 22 at Placer ...

Del Oro girls place third at Le Febvre Relays

The Del Oro High School girls track team won the 4x800 meter relay and took second in the 4x200 meter relay during the 70th Le Febvre Relays held March 22 in Auburn. The Del Oro bo ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (MARCH 21, 1958 Issue) Ronnie Brown celebrated his 12th birthday by inviting several of his friends for refreshments and a skating party given by his mother, Mrs. Herm ...

Give politicians a chance to represent

I read Nick DelCioppo's letter concerning the candidacy of Tom McClintock in the March 13 issue and had a few thoughts. If Tom McClintock is a true conservative, then he should rep ...

Preservation easements one way we can protect Loomis

I was pleased to see your recent article on the new Loomis Park and Open Space Commission (Loomis News, March 13). This group's efforts should lead to the creation of more parks an ...

Blue Goose earns foundation sweet award

LOOMIS “ The Blue Goose Fruit Shed's rebirth as a community hub has been acknowledged by Placer County's economic development leaders. The South Placer Heritage Foundation was h ...

Eagle bats top Woodcreek, 15-8

Del Oro's varsity baseball team picked a most opportune time to snap a three-game losing skid. Playing at Woodcreek last Friday in the Sierra Foothill League opener, the Golden Ea ...