Del Oro High School

Obert’s a big ball-er

Belle Obert has a lot to look forward to as she heads to Butler University in the fall. For now though, the Del Oro grad wants to soak up the memories she created while wearing the ...

He’s retiring on paper, not in spirit

Editor’s Note: Sports reporter Sara Seyydin caught up with Del Oro athletic director Monte White to interview him about his time as an educator at Del Oro High School. Their conv ...

Placer puts the clamps on Center

The Placer High girls posted an impressive road win to open Pioneer Valley League basketball play Wednesday night in Sacramento. The Lady Hillmen took an early lead and maintained ...

Teacher resigns from Del Oro after sexual harassment investigation

A Del Oro High School teacher has resigned after a three-month investigation by the Placer Union High School District, according to Dave Horsey, superintendent of the district. Ho ...

Alleged extortionist was not male stripper, detective says

A local college and high school football star charged with extortion was not a part of the male strippers group he allegedly linked to prostitution. Auburn Police officers arrest ...

Del Oro marches on to semifinal

One chance was all Whitney High School’s football team wanted in the second half Friday night in Loomis. When it finally arrived, the Wildcats let it slip through their hands lik ...

High school from home

A new program at Maidu High School in Auburn offers students an option to go to class without coming to school. This year the school, which gives high schoolers a variety of indep ...

Football star faces 5 felonies

A man arraigned this week on multiple felonies in connection with extortion and exotic dancers is a former Del Oro High School and Sierra College star football player. Chad Richar ...

Deaf swimmer keeps a beat

Lindsey Guevel is just like any other 12-year-old synchronized swimmer who loves her teammates and feels proud of her accomplishments, but Lindsey is also completely deaf in the wa ...

Senior projects ready students for reality

Last week while speaking with one of the Loomis town elders, I was informed that Del Oro High School is considering eliminating senior projects. If I were faced with the prospects ...