Education

Colfax thespians star in Rocklin musical

Three young actors with connections to Colfax High School are starring in the lead roles of “Urinetown,” a musical produced by the Rocklin Community Theater. The show c ...

Nov. 4 election candidate filing period starts in Placer County

Colfax resident Debbie Lindh was one of the early visitors to the elections division office on Monday.  A week and two days after retiring from a job running the after-school ...

Broadening horizons on Culture Day

History came alive at Weimar Hills Charter School at the annual Ancient Culture Day, held during the last week of school in June. Students chose clothing that reflected cultures o ...

Colfax Elementary graduation focuses on achievements

Colfax Elementary class of 2014 awards The Colfax Elementary School District held commencement ceremonies for eighth-grade graduates on June 5 at Colfax High School. A number ...

Colfax High grads leave a legacy of accomplishment

There’s a reason the graduates in the Colfax High School Class of 2014 are a tight-knit group, Principal Rick Spears said during Saturday’s commencement exercises on Ro ...

It's official: CHS gymnasium now 'Pucci Gym'

Ron Pucci never approached his basketball coaching job at Colfax High School with thoughts of individual glory or personal acclaim on his mind. In his 30-year coaching career at C ...

Rewarding their achievements

The Colfax High School Class of 2014 has been recognized for its academic achievements, receiving $1.2 million in awards and scholarships at a ceremony held Friday morning. &ldquo ...

Soroptimists honor student

Colfax High School senior Amanda Schafer was awarded the Violet Richardson award by the Soroptimist Club of Colfax recently at the Dine-N-Dash restaurant. The award, named for the ...

Da Vinci’s Lab invites tinkerers, inventors

A new nonprofit in Auburn offers aspiring inventors a place to tinker and experiment, with the aim of creating a pipeline for them to usher an idea from conception to market. It&r ...

Boom in AP class enrollment raises flags

During the 2005-06 school year, students at Roseville High School took a total of 473 Advanced Placement courses. Last year, that number jumped to 1,064 –a figure more than t ...