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Koch makes Dean’s List at Seattle Pacific

Garrett Michael Koch of Auburn made the Seattle Pacific University 2014 Autumn Quarter Dean’s List. Students on the Dean’s List have completed at least 12 credits and a ...

Bradshaw named to Dean’s List at Washington University, St. Louis

Patrick Gallagher Bradshaw of Colfax was named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2014 semester at Washington University in St. Louis. Bradshaw is enrolled in the university&rsq ...

Teammates show their strengths on, off track

There’s a simple reason roller derbiers wear helmets and pads; it’s a rough-and-tumble contact sport. But even the hardest knocks — whether dealt by an opponent o ...

Violinist goes back to where it all began

As a fourth grader, Zoe Schlussel never would have picked up a violin if she didn’t have to. But as a student in a Waldorf school, tradition dictates that at that age you stu ...

Media Life: ‘D-Train’ movie has Colfax, Placer connection

Colfax High School class of ’96 grad Matthew Medlin’s latest credit in Hollywood’s film industry is a notable one. He’s a unit production manager and line p ...

Backyard ninjas storm the stage in 'Nanda'

Two were raised in a yurt. Another slept on a shelf. A fourth learned to ride a unicycle on a hog farm. So what do they all have in common? They call themselves “Nanda&rd ...

Alexandra Roedder goes for baroque

Born and raised in the South Bay (Redwood City, Sunnyvale), Alexandra Roedder went to college in Berkeley, studied further in the Netherlands, earned a doctorate at UCLA, did some ...

Dancing through the darkness

A mother dies in childbirth. A child faces cruelty at an orphanage. An infant is taken from its mother by the courts. It sounds a little Dickensian, until you throw in the Nazi occ ...

The Food Dude: Meet arancini, one very versatile little appetizer

Arancini are stuffed rice balls that are coated with breadcrumbs and fried. The name originates from their shape and color, which is similar to that of an orange (the Italian wor ...

All Those Years Ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, May 20 and 27, 1965

‘Meter maid’ to replace popular city patrolman City manager Robert K. Rogers announced this week that he plans to recruit a woman to mete out parking tickets, thus re ...