Del Oro High School

Del Oro and Granite Bay High campuses vandalized before football showdown

Administrators suspect a group of students from both Del Oro and Granite Bay high schools escalated the cross-town rivalry to vandalism this week and school officials are decrying ...

Lady Eagle tennis stays perfect

Del Oro’s girls tennis squad blanked Christian Brothers, 9-0, to remain undefeated in non-league dual matches this season. Ashley Isaac won for the Lady Eagles in the No. 1 m ...

Del Oro game will be live on KAHI radio and online

For Del Oro football fans not being able to make the trip to Concord for the De La Salle game on Friday night, the game can be heard on the radio and on the internet. Set for a 7 p ...

Del Oro frosh risk unbeaten mark against Oak Ridge

After another blowout victory, the Del Oro High frosh football team expects to have to take things up a notch Thursday night when the Golden Eagles play host to Oak Ridge. Del Oro ...

Big test for Del Oro JVs Friday

Del Oro’s JV football team will hit the road with their varsity counterparts on Friday and travel to Concord to take on De La Salle. The game will be played on the De La Sall ...

Golden Eagles ready for De La Salle challenge

Just when opponents of De La Salle’s football program think the Spartans are showing some chinks in their armor, the legendary prep grid powerhouse showed last week that they ...

Golden Eagles head to San Diego to tackle top-flight foes

The opening act of the Honor Bowl football series went well for the Del Oro Golden Eagles football team last Friday night. Playing a speedy James Logan squad from Union City at Go ...

Del Oro freshman gets a hole in one

Del Oro freshman golfer Marielle Toll had a once in a lifetime shot last week at Indian Creek Country Club. Practicing with the Del Oro JV golf squad, Toll aced the 110-yard No. 3 ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Foresthill residents say ‘thank you’ to American Fire crews; biomass plant talk in Foresthill and Sutter staff travel to Nicaragua

What we’re working on: With the American Fire feasting on heavy fuels, Foresthill-area residents are looking into a way to decrease that biomass in the form of a power plant ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Highway 49 roadwork update; living the Media Life; Auburn chips in on vote for public safety; new Old Town gallery members and Del Oro football

Welcome to the Auburn Journal’s “Noon Hour Update,” where we’ll present you with stories and updates on what’s going on in the news and what we’ ...

From football field to political arena

Most 19-year olds would rather hit the snooze button than wake up at 6 a.m. and put on a suit and tie.   That’s what makes Logan Lamb so unique and makes his ...

Del Oro High School graduation completed — 3 days late

Three days after a graduation ceremony was shut down midway through because of mounting heatstroke cases, Del Oro High School finished Tuesday what it had set out to do. In the c ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Del Oro graduation completes tonight; Timberline development court challenge ends and stroke awareness in Auburn

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NOON HOUR UPDATE: Safety at Lonestar Road; stroke awareness; city mulls rate increase for waste collection and skydiving grandpa

Welcome to the Auburn Journal’s “Noon Hour Update,” where we’ll present you with stories and updates on what’s going on in the news and what we’ ...

Media Life: Future U.S. president had Del Oro High grad moment

It may be a little low in the valley and a little sparse in terms of rooflines to qualify as Ronald Reagan’s “shining city that sits upon the hill.” But Del Oro ...