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Del Oro grad makes mom's birthday despite rollover

A former Loomis Basin resident has a seatbelt to thank for saving his life. Greg Connolly, a 2001 Del Oro High School graduate, was recently driving northbound on Interstate 5 in C ...

Seniors to set sail, take flight for military service academies

Three Del Oro seniors are spreading their wings and soaring to new heights as they head off to attend military academies. Jesse Stafford and Eddie Love will attend the Air Force Ac ...

Salute veterans on Memorial Day at Del Oro High

Monday, May 31, marks the 10th year that Del Oro High School will host the Memorial Day Celebration on the football field. “It starts at 9 a.m. sharp,” said Fuzzy Jarnagin, Ame ...

Community Briefs

A book sale fundraiser to benefit the Wildlife Care Association of Sacramento and Pets of the Homeless at Loaves and Fishes will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday and Sunday, Ma ...

New movie 'collects' local talent, locations

If you like spotting familiar sites in movies, don’t miss “The Bill Collector.” Several Loomis, Auburn and Roseville locations are featured in the new full-length film, debu ...

Del Oro to go dark in July

Community groups are scrambling after learning they will be kicked off the Del Oro High School campus for two weeks in July. Doug Marquand, Placer Union High School District assis ...

Schools get one week shorter

The Loomis Union School District board of trustees, at their March 4 meeting, voted not to begin the 2010-11 school year after Labor Day, but instead approved a calendar that will ...

Virgil's flame burns for the 1960 Squaw Valley Olympics

Penryn’s Mike Virgil has vivid memories of the 1960 Winter Olympics. As a Placer High School student and track team member, Virgil ran the Olympic torch not once, but twice, on ...

Loomis sends help to Haiti

Pocket change can go a long way toward helping victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti. That’s what 20 Penryn Elementary School leadership students are counting on. They ...

Foster program 'saves' teen

Lauren Johnston, of Loomis, has overcome some huge hurdles in her young life. The 18-year-old was a drug-addicted, troubled teen and now she is heading to college to become a vete ...