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Friday, Sept. 18Elegant motorcars, such as Ferraris, will be featured in the Concours Raduno show from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18, at High Hand Nursery, Conservatory & G ...

State says deer hunt not needed

A controversial hunt that would target the local deer population gets a thumbs-down from the California Department of Fish and Game, officials said last week. The idea of a contro ...

Grand jury recycles blue bag controversy

A Placer County grand jury report is putting renewed pressure on participating communities, including Auburn, to toss out programs that now see residents bagging recyclables. The ...

More study needed for deer plans

Placer’s Fish and Game Commission on Wednesday moved forward with efforts to cull the area’s deer population but held off on recommending a controversial youth doe hunt, offici ...

Moseby teaches fundamentals by the book at RBI

LOOMIS — Lloyd Moseby could swing it. The former Toronto Blue Jays center fielder clubbed 169 homers and had 737 RBIs during an 11-year major league playing career. When Paul R ...

Man identified in fatal Loomis crash

CHP officials have identified the man killed early Tuesday in a Loomis car crash. Barry Kight, 37 of Loomis was driving a 1994 Ford Bronco shortly before 1:30 a.m. on Junewood Lane ...

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 ...

Dragons next for Lady Eagles

It's no secret that whichever team comes out on top of this year's CIF Sac-Joaquin Sec-tion girls Div. III basketball playoff tournament, they're probably going to have to go throu ...

Infamous Stringdusters bringing bluegrass to Blue Goose

The Auburn Bluegrass Festival is taking a hiatus this year, but foothill bluegrass music fans can still get their fiddle and banjo fixes when the Infamous Stringdusters perform at ...

SFL Champs - again

The Del Oro Lady Eagles lived up to their favorites role this season in winning their fourth consecutive Sierra Foothill League girls basketball championship. Now it's on to bigge ...