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Woofin' and hoofin' for charity

The second annual Walk, Woof or Hoof It! Fun Run and Dog Walk on Dec. 12 was a family affair for many. The event was a fundraiser for Chance For Bliss, a senior and special needs a ...

Community Briefs

The Rhythm Riders, featuring Johnny and Dee Price, will perform their tributes to Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline during a New Year’s Eve show at the Blue Goose Fruit Shed. Doors ope ...

Community Briefs

Heartbreaker, a Led Zeppelin tribute band, will perform Saturday, Jan. 8, at the Blue Goose Fruit Shed. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 in adv ...

Community Briefs

Santa Claus will visit Simply Portraits, located at 3640 Taylor Road, for photo sessions, by appointment only on Friday, Dec. 17, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, when ...

Let your voices be heard

The Loomis Tea Party Patriots held a very interesting meeting at the Loomis Train Depot last Dec. 8. The featured speaker was Brad Dacus, president of the Pacific Justice Institute ...

Penryn resident cleans up - one walk at a time

Some people have wondered if Mary Williams is homeless. But that doesn’t bother the 81-year-old, who rises before dawn six days a week, rain or shine, and strolls the roads of Lo ...

Road closure during sewer project construction causes concern

Some Newcastle residents who live on Goulart Ranch Road, near the Penryn border, have voiced concerns about onstruction of the Newcastle Sewer Project, which will close down their ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (Dec. 2, 1960 Issue) Del Oro High School students planned to travel to Sacramento in two chartered buses to see the movie “Ben Hur.” A new high school sports leagu ...

Feasting on finds and finding feasts

Families will sit down to a Thanksgiving feast today; hopefully, none will include wild turkeys. According to the California Department of Fish & Game, depredation permits are requ ...

Local equestrians score high in regional finals

Two local athletes have been riding in equestrian competitions with success. The equestrians are Loomis residents Addy Cord and Ali Turner, both Del Oro High School students. Eques ...