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Placer High School
Consider yourself provoked
Thursday Apr 03 2014
There is a recurring theme in Marine Baclet’s paintings. Call it resiliency and fragility, call it life and death. She likes to call it “Provoking the Imagination,&rdqu ...
Reader Input: Time to invest in Auburn seniors
Friday Mar 28 2014
I have a suggestion for Placer County to provide adequate revenue to support a senior center in Auburn. I moved to Auburn in 1997 and purchased a home and have paid property tax ...
For one woman, a picture says a thousand words
Thursday Mar 27 2014
Placer High graduate and Auburn resident Rae Francis uses her positive attitude and outlook on life to inspire others with her colorful works of art that line the walls at Auburn R ...
Worthington an Eagle Scout
Friday Mar 14 2014
John Worthington Jr., 17, of Boy Scout Troop 13 in Newcastle, was awarded his Eagle Scout Award by the Gold Country District, Golden Empire Council. John is a National Honor Soci ...
All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, March 12 and 19, 1964
Wednesday Mar 12 2014
Trustees ban book on parents’ demand More than 20 men and women, most of them parents of students at Placer High School, figuratively and almost literally threw a book at t ...
Hillmen Foundation drums up support for Placer High
Tuesday Mar 11 2014
Schools across California have seen an uptick in revenue since the state adopted a new education funding formula, but many, including Placer High School, still need another bonus h ...
Auburn Symphony offers a taste of ‘Elegant Mischief’
Friday Mar 07 2014
Maquette Kuper plays the flute and Peter Jaffe, conductor of the Auburn Symphony, plays the piano for the Placer High School band class on Wednesday. Kuper will be the soloist on M ...
Reader Input: Many are the ways to honor South
Thursday Mar 06 2014
To the young man who wants to honor the memory of the old South, I applaud you (“Confederate controversy: Moral fortitude or militant racism?,” Journal, Feb. 28). I was ...
Reader Input: Make public the tragic facts
Wednesday Mar 05 2014
Anthony “Skeet” Skeaton died July 11, 2013 while in the Placer County Jail, less than 24 hours after he turned himself in to clear an old charge. We don’t know ...
Reader Input: Why squash teen’s opinion?
Wednesday Mar 05 2014
You think the “claim” of bigotry and racism needs this 15-year-old’s opinion to make it what (“Confederate controversy: Moral fortitude or militant racism?, ...
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