Placer High School

Pre-reunion golf game to be annual outing

Perry Cannedy tees off at the Placer High School class of ’79 pre-35th reunion golf outing organized by Darren Davis of Capps Group Real Estate and The Ridge Golf Course. Par ...

Training camp not just for athletes

Last week began the dog days of summer and grueling daily practice for the Placer Football teams. Bet you did not know that on the field beside the football team, was the Placer&rs ...

Another View: Run, Daniel, run; and a couple of other morsels

He’s just 30, but this poised young man is just the answer for revitalizing, energizing and injecting new blood into the clogged arteries of the Auburn City Council, an organ ...

Another View: For hungry collegiate, a gut check

How to find food: Food is a necessity for all human beings and, contrary to popular belief, college students just barely fall into that category. But there is an epidemic arising ...

Another View: McClintock-Moore could be a slugfest

For incumbent Tom McClintock, the 2014 election cycle likely will not be the cakewalk he originally anticipated in District 4 … especially if Democrats get off their butts a ...

Placer High grads to preview published works

Having submitted so much work for evaluation at Placer High School in their youth, local authors Christian Kiefer and Jason Sinclair Long, now more than 20 years graduated, will re ...

Placer High football field torn up for maintenance

Placer High School’s football field is nothing but pulverized soil this week, and will remain off limits for most of the summer once new grass is in place. District Faciliti ...

Placer High joins national engineering program

A new pre-engineering program is coming to Placer High School next year, funded by the California Department of Education through June 2018. The program is called Project Lead the ...

All those years ago ... From the pages of the Auburn Journal, May 7 and 14, 1964

How will Auburn look in year 2000? City gets peek By Joe Carroll A professional planner’s peek at what Auburn’s central business district might look like in the yea ...