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Increase in salmon numbers spawns Auburn Ravine optimism

Fish numbers are up in the river system that Pacific salmon pass through to spawn in Auburn Ravine. And the state Department of Fish and Game’s newly released figures from the f ...

Sportsmen’s expo this weekend

Just as the sun has finally come out in the Valley and all everybody wants to do is get outside, the big playground of indoor fun, the Sacramento International Sportsmen’s Expo, ...

One last shot at Causeway

Danny Hart has thrived against big-time opponents in his two seasons as the UC Davis football team’s starting free safety. The Del Oro High graduate had 10 tackles in the Aggies ...

Friendship forged in football

Dan Luper plans on enjoying some Sacramento Mountain Lions football this fall along with thousands of other fans curious about the new United Football League team. His only wish is ...

One last swing for star seniors

GRANITE BAY — Colleen Stafford and Kelsey Lardner embarked on their volleyball careers in the small gymnasium at Granite Bay High some 10 years ago. After garnering many accolad ...

Loomis District choir sings at Raley Field

Almost 50 members of the Loomis Union School District Choir recently sang the national anthem and entertained the pre-game crowd at a River Cats game in Sacramento. After the game, ...

Jury awards $28 million punitive damages in Auburn care-home elder-abuse lawsuit

A jury in Sacramento awarded $28 million in punitive damages today to the family of a former Hawaii woman who died in 2005 after a seven-month stay at North Auburn’s Colonial Hea ...

Veteto returning to his roots

Konner Veteto’s basketball career blossomed in southern California, but he’s returning to his roots. The Placer High graduate is transferring to Sacramento State after playing ...

Dragons drag down Del Oro girls

SACRAMENTO — Katrina Salinas did just enough damage to prolong Sacramento High’s playoff dominance of Del Oro. Salinas opened the second quarter with four straight 3-pointers ...

Dragon slayers?

LOOMIS — It’s one of the section’s most one-sided playoff rivalries and Madeline Campbell can’t wait for another chance to change Del Oro High’s postseason fate. The star ...