E.V. Cain

E.V. Cain runners ready for finale

After five meets against 12 schools in the Foothill Intermediate Schools Athletic League, the E.V. Cain Wildcats are ready for the season finale. E.V. Cain will compete at the F.I ...

Preparations gear up for school year

Local students are in the final stretch of summer as teachers and parents get ready for the return to school. Classes begin at most Auburn-area schools this week, which means the ...

Swinging for selection

Even as a toddler on the beaches in Benicia, Devin Lehman swung at his father’s wiffleball throws from the left side. From tee ball to traveling teams, Lehman has developed into ...

Auburn landscaper, volunteers transform E.V. Cain slope

By Gloria Young Home & Garden Bill Finkbeiner is best known in the community as an endurance runner. This year’s Western States will be his 50th 100-mile run. That includes 16 ...

Let’s work at children’s fitness

We are nearing completion of a fantastic year of “Running School” in Auburn. This charitable organization delivers a cardiovascular fitness and healthy lifestyle program to fou ...

Do the ‘buxom wenches’ need to be so saucy?

I was under the impression that the Renaissance Fair this weekend was put on by the students of E.V. Cain. I went to the Web site cainscrossing.com to find out the details. Imagin ...

Home-grown hospital operator has heard it all

Hers is the voice you are likely to hear if you call Sutter Auburn Faith. For 30 years, Leigh Anne Finney has worked as a PBX operator in the hospital’s Communication Department. ...

Popular teacher dies on the trail

Students placed wooden crosses and a sign filled with heartfelt sentiments Wednesday beside a trail near Auburn to remember high school teacher Mike Weaver. An influential Chana H ...

E.V. Cain students enjoy new Boys & Girls Club building

Boys & Girls Club members at E.V. Cain finally have a place they can call their own. The perks at this after-school spot are a full kitchen, private bathrooms, up-to-date computer ...

Fostering the future

Five dozen wrestlers from E.V. Cain Middle School used practice time twice last month to watch Pioneer Valley League matches at Placer High. Many Wildcats left Earl Crabbe Gymnasi ...