Colfax High School

Colfax High School students dancing to different tune

Colfax High School’s Culture Club got students moving in the right direction last weekend. In an effort to stop the “dirty dancing” behavior at school dances, the faculty h ...

Community Thanks: Crab feed a great success

I’m happy and proud to report that the Colfax High School Grad Night Crab Feed on January 30 was a great success! Many, many people made this fundraiser possible, including the ...

Police are not seeking Placer streaker

The teenager who streaked across Placer High School’s field during a playoff game could face school discipline. However, Auburn Police Department Capt. John Ruffcorn said Frida ...

It’s easy to catch the sounds of the season

Do you hear what I hear? No doubt everyone has a favorite holiday tune, and there are plenty of opportunities to hear it live this month in Auburn and the surrounding area. Con ...

Community says no to pot shops

The Loomis Town Council has voted — there will be no pot shops in Loomis. The council unanimously voted to prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries within the town limits at a sp ...

Cartoon just a disgrace

Recently while looking through the online Auburn Journal I came across what at the time seemed like an ordinary cartoon by a Mr. Andy Lukkonen titled, “Colfax School.” Upon s ...

Falcons sweep up Whitney to remain perfect

Cassandra Campbell had nine digs, seven kills and three blocks and the Colfax High volleyball team swept visiting Whitney 25-19, 25-17, 25-20 Tuesday night. Iona Lofrano had seven ...

Local tributes planned for 9-11 anniversary

Auburn residents will gather today and Friday evening to remember those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001. On Friday, the flag will fly at half-staff at police and fire dep ...

She guards the safety of pool-loving swimmers

It’s a dream job. Out by the pool, suntan lotion, bronze bodies, bathing suits and lots of sun. Seventeen-year-old Kyann Washkowiak has a summer post as a pool lifeguard and it ...

Western States pioneer wants back on the trail

It’s been a long time coming but Andy Gonzales is on the comeback trail. In 1977, running in a borrowed pair waffle-soled Nikes, Gonzales was one of the pioneers of the Western S ...