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Lowe's lawsuits come to end

Two controversial lawsuits between Rocklin and Loomis are finally over and both sides are claiming victories. The Rocklin Lowe’s project, which would have been located on the Loo ...

Loomis Fire District candidates state their cases

The Loomis Fire Protection District board of directors race includes incumbents and a new face. Two district board members seats are up for election on Nov. 2, while three district ...

Candidate paperwork pours in for local seats

The candidate slate is not quite set. While several citizens have thrown their hats in the ring to serve on Loomis Basin public agencies with open seats, the list of candidates in ...

Four plan to run for 3 Loomis council seats

Three seats will be open on the Loomis Town Council and so far at least four men plan to run. According to Cricket Strock, town clerk, as of Tuesday morning councilmen Miguel Ucovi ...

Golfers swing for Scouts

Boy Scout Troop 12 was recently awarded $9,000 from the Loomis Lions Club. The funds came from a community golf tournament the Lions hosted in May for the benefit of local Scouts a ...

Memorial Day is a time to say thanks

The nation pays tribute to its military heroes this Monday, May 31. For some, the Memorial Day holiday is a time to usher in the summer season with picnics, barbecues and other fam ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (April 1, 1960 Issue) Airman Donald J. Nunes of Loomis had completed eight weeks of basic training at the Lackland Air Base in Texas. Afterwardm he was training as an ...

Loomis tree ordinance revisions proposed

Saving trees in Loomis is the goal of proposed tree ordinance revisions that have gotten stuck at the committee level. The Loomis Planning Commission is working with the Parks, Rec ...

Scouting is 100 and still going strong

The Loomis Basin has a long tradition of participation in Boy Scouts of America, which was organized in February 1910. Boys join as Tenderfoots and can attain the top rank of Eagle ...

Petition aims to keep funds local

Loomis councilmembers want the state to stop raiding local funds in attempts to fix the state budget. Councilmen Miguel Ucovich and Russ Kelley are circulating a statewide petition ...