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Spotlight is on young artists this weekend

More than 50 young artists will be showcased in Collaboration of the Arts 2011, scheduled Friday and Sunday. The evening of music, dance, art, photography and drama will be held F ...

Alta seventh-grader headed for camp at UC Davis

Madison Roosen, a student at Alta-Dutch Flat Elementary School, has been selected to attend Tech Trek, a one-week science camp for seventh-grade girls being hosted this summer by t ...

Volunteers needed for work day

Volunteers needed for work day The final push is on to complete the re-build of the Meadow Vista Pool on Saturday and Sunday. Volunteers are needed to tile the shower, install f ...

Artists wanted for inaugural art show

The newly formed Sierra Vista Art Center is seeking artists interested in submitting up to three works for the opening show on May 7. The non-judged event is open to all media. E ...

Enlightened by Constitution

We had a great meeting of the (Tea Party Patriots) last reading/study of the Constitution in Colfax at the Pizza Factory.  We are reviewing the amendments of the U.S. Constitution ...

Kudos to CHS senior project

Erica Heikila, a senior at Colfax High School, organized a fundraiser for her senior project for Operation: MOM on April 9.  Operation: MOM is a non-profit organization that sen ...

Food donations are appreciated

Our thanks to the local H&R Block office for their non-perishable food drive during tax season. Their donations are very much needed and appreciated during these financially diffi ...

Doesn't want arena tax

It has been reported that a regional authority has been created to finance an “NBA arena.” I seriously hope that Placer County supervisors think twice before acting to alloca ...

Safe energy is important

Nuclear energy is unsafe, risky, and stays radioactive for thousands of years. Let’s make sure if the government allocates the proposed $36 billion to nuclear energy, it’s to ...

Doolittle’s $30,000 Colfax lobbying contract up but wastewater problems remain

Far from flush with cash, the city of Colfax has just finished paying $30,000 for former U.S. Rep. John Doolittle to lobby for state and federal funding to help fund wastewater tre ...