youth sports

Sports fees add up for Auburn families

Jim Gray estimates he used to spend about $700 a year on youth sports fees and gear per child. Now, that total would be closer to $1,000 for his three-sport athletes. While most ...

Noon Hour Update: Patrolling Folsom Lake; police head to clinic; sports costs; AgFocus and fraud sentencing

Welcome to the Auburn Journal's "Noon Hour Update," where we'll present you with stories and updates on what's going on in the news and what we're working on for our Sunday edition ...

Noon Hour Update: Local business and ADA; youth sports costs; low voter numbers; food co-op and vote for the best female athlete

Welcome to the Auburn Journal's "Noon Hour Update," where we'll present you with stories and updates on what's going on in the news and what we're working on for our Thursday editi ...

Midgets fight for perfect 10

The Placer Jr. Hillmen Midgets may be 6-0, but they play with the hunger of a team that’s 0-0. Eighth grader Jacob Capra, a right tackle for the Jr. Hillman Midgets, said that ...

Head injuries on the rise in sports

Head injuries resulting in concussions occur more frequently than previously thought. We’re learning more about the problem and the important consequences.Each year, more tha ...

Recreation district offers new programs and free classes

Whether working on layups or attempting clogging is more your style, the Auburn Area Recreation and Parks District is offering something for everyone this winter. All age groups ...

Roseville man (and his van) always on the run

With another fall sports season starting, residents of Roseville and the greater Sacramento area will see Mike Finnerty and his high-miles 1998 Honda Odyssey van, a rolling adverti ...