Loomis

Dining View: Green Elephant serves up scrumptious Burmese cuisine

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Finding hidden gems is one of my favorite things to do when it comes to searching out great restaurants. I use many differen ...

Animal rescue groups lend a helping hand

For the love of animals, several rescue groups exist in south Placer County to help rehabilitate injured wild animals and find forever homes for domesticated pets in need. Below, t ...

Allegiant aims to help veterans, youth athletes

A local nonprofit is providing help for wounded warriors and returned veterans, and also offering a hand to youth sports and education all with community support. The nonprofit is ...

Kris Johnson hopes to unseat McClintock in Congress

A businesswoman and long-time Granite Bay resident has announced her plans to run for U.S. Congress against Rep. Tom McClintock, who she calls a “career politician.” K ...

The long recovery

Mark Soto remembers the day his oldest son shared his plans to join the U.S. Marines with acute detail. The family had a home in Granite Bay at the time and Soto made a good livin ...

State championship game was ‘the icing on the cake’

The community of Loomis came out for Del Oro High School’s Division I CIF State Championship game on Friday. They came by plane, car, truck, motor home and bus – five ...

Golden Eagles top Serra, go after state title Friday

The longest football season in Del Oro High history just keeps on going. And, Friday night at the StubHub Center in Carson, Del Oro will get the chance to make this the school' ...

Fundraiser organized for family displaced by Roseville shooting

A Loomis business owner is hosting a fundraiser for the Roseville family displaced when their home was allegedly invaded on Oct. 25 by an armed, fleeing parolee who engaged in nume ...

Just peachy at Loomis orchard

If you’ve ever tasted a perfectly ripe, organically grown peach just off the tree, then you know how delightful that first bite — not too crisp, not too soft — ca ...

Just peachy

If you’ve ever tasted a perfectly ripe, organically grown peach just off the tree, then you know how delightful that first bite — not too crisp, not too soft — ca ...