Lincoln High School

Conference will address nitty-gritty of farming today

Social media, loan programs and finding land to farm will be among the topics at this year’s PlacerGrown Food and Farm Conference on Feb. 4. This is the 17th year for the day-lon ...

SP particulate a dirty shame

On Saturday, Jan. 7 I had turned the corner of O Street walking east on Nicolas Road when I immediately noticed huge plumes of black particulate coming from the Sierra Pacific prop ...

Colfax game hits the road after power outage

When the stadium went dark four minutes and eight seconds into the Colfax High football game Friday night, rather than complain, Glenn Young went into action. With a stage four P ...

Zebras’ golf moves into tie for top spot

The Lincoln High School girls golf team picked up their second Pioneer Valley League win by defeating visiting Bear River, 322-271, at Turkey Creek Golf Club, last week. Senior Jis ...

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 ...

Sister's love enables girl with cerebral palsy

Sean and Suzanne Ziswasser have enough bedrooms in their home that each of their two daughters can have one to call her own. There is even a spare room with a queen bed in it for g ...

Each day is Little step to healing

Blended lasagna, chicken soup and mashed potatoes … Thomas Little might as well have punted. It is no wonder that the Lincoln High School senior linebacker has lost 30 pounds si ...

Teacher faces molest charge

A Lincoln High School teacher placed on leave will be arraigned Sept. 8 on molestation charges in an Auburn courtroom, according to the Placer County District Attorney’s Office T ...

Father wants district to admit fault

Rigo Avelar has been on a daily mission for two years. “It has been my life going through depositions, reading them, rereading them and proofreading my attorney’s filings,” ...

We're supposed to protect our students

I spent the weekend reading six depositions. Never before have I wanted to dive into legal documents on my days off from work. But the depositions, ordered via the civil lawsuit f ...