Del Oro High School

Colfax's Loss Is Del Oro's Gain

Coaching football at Colfax High School since 1999, there’s a good chance if you took a peek in Jason Stowers’ closet that there would be an over abundance of Falcon Green and ...

Schmeck has seen cycling come full circle

Auburn’s Carter Schmeck has been involved in cycling for the last 25 years, and in that quarter century he has seen a dynamic change in the popularity of the sport. With the wil ...

Senior projects a good thing

As I’m sure you’re aware there has been an uproar of discussions whether senior projects should be removed from Del Oro High School. If this comes to pass, it will be a very sa ...

Raw foods put her life back in balance

Most of us would probably say that we could afford to lose at least a few pounds. Somewhere along the way, a pound here, a pound there, and what seems like overnight we realize th ...

Remi's day in court

Del Oro High transfer student Remi Barry, a French national, made his first local appearance in a competitive basketball game last weekend at Hardwood Palace in Rocklin. Barry was ...

There’s a method to schools’ pink slip madness

Over the next two months Placer County school districts will play an elaborate game of teacher musical chairs. The factors at work are the state budget, enrollment and teacher se ...

Lions provide 'desktop desk' for special needs students

The Auburn Host Lions Club and the 49er Lions Club have made schoolwork a little easier for students in the Functional Skills and Independent Living Skills programs at Placer and D ...

Train for success this spring

A new training program at Placer Adult School takes participants from basic digital photography through building their own Web site. “It addresses personal and business needs to ...

Let Del Oro basketball phenom play

Thank you, California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Sac-Joaquin section. First you mess with Placer High foster student Dalton Dyer, requiring the courts to intervene in the nam ...

2004: Year of the 'wardrobe malfunction,' presidential election, lethal tsunamis and Auburn loses soldiers in Iraq

A look back at the aughts Editor’s note: The Journal shares some notable events that occurred in the last decade of Auburn’s history. 2004 gave us the trivial magnified lar ...