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Loretto High School to close - Sacramento Business Journal  Bizjournals.com

Loretto High School in Sacramento will close after a half-century because of declining enrollment made worse by the economy, school officials announced ...



Etiwanda and Bishop Montgomery have win streaks snapped, Sierra Canyon advances to finals: Open Division Semis  Los Angeles Times

Inside the Cal Baptist University Events Center, the CIF Southern Section Open Division Semifinals featured four teams sealing trips to next week's finals.



Opinion: Vote yes on Proposition 10  Los Angeles Times

Its vital us youth know the importance of voting yes on prop 10 to prevent more displacement and homelessness. The rent is too high for many. We must do our ...



California gubernatorial candidates address child welfare, education at forum on youth issues  Los Angeles Times

Three candidates gunning for the California governor's seat discussed youth issues Tuesday, May 15 in a community forum at...



Loretto High School graduate returns home for ‘The Sound of Music’  Sacramento Bee

Sacramentan Paige Silvester portrays Liesl in the touring production of “The Sound of Music” at the Sacramento Community Center.



Election 2014: Schubert cites experience, passion for justice in run for Sacramento County DA  Sacramento Bee

Second in a series of profiles of the candidates for Sacramento County district attorney. Anne Marie Schubert talks about her experience and her passion, her ...



CSUSB ASI launches digital campaign to combat tuition hike  Los Angeles Times

California State University System's proposed tuition increase is scheduled to take place in the 2018-2019 academic year, and with that date drawing near, the ...



California will legally recognize a third gender on IDs  Los Angeles Times

The Gender Recognition Act was signed into law on Oct. 15 by Governor Jerry Brown. The Gender Recognition Act will “make it easier for people to change their ...



Janja Susac helped Sacramento’s Croatian American community preserve cultural heritage  Sacramento Bee

Janja Susac came to the United States from Croatia as a young woman and spent much of her life helping fellow Croatian Americans preserve and celebrate ...



Davis natives make history during Olympic Trials Marathon  Sacramento Bee

Davis natives Brendan Gregg and Kaitlin Gregg Goodman made history Saturday in Los Angeles as the first brother and sister to run the U.S. Olympic Trials ...



47 school districts in state of uncertainty  Los Angeles Times

Segregation into a chaotic special education classroom environment was not what they had been looking for. “[The school from our district of residence] never ...



California walnut growers invest heavily to get their crop on your plate  Sacramento Bee

Michelle McNeil Connelly, the new executive director of the California Walnut Board, has been trying to get the crop into more U.S. households.



Mock Trial team faces its first trials  Los Angeles Times

Exercising their comprehension of the judicial system, Troy High School Warrior Mock Trial team members attended their first Orange County High School Mock ...



What is a minority in Los Angeles?  Los Angeles Times

The races of the many people in Los Angeles are mainly categorized into two groups: majorities and minorities. Statistics provided by the Census Bureau states ...



Column: SB 562 not the healthcare solution, whether you like the current system or not  Los Angeles Times

When Americans look up what do they see? A country with a population less than that of the famous California, along with all the Canadian stereotypes of bacon ...



Why the new Pepsi ad diminishes the Black Lives Matter movement  Los Angeles Times

A few weeks ago, Pepsi released an advertisement video promoting their product with model and reality star, Kendall Jenner. In light of this video, the company ...



Figuring it out: An interview with Cole Becker of SWMRS  Los Angeles Times

Cole Becker, 20, fronts the Oakland-based band SWMRS, who play self-proclaimed “hawaiiange”- hawaii grunge. The band's debut album as SWMRS (they ...



Lost Summer for the College-Bound  New York Times

For a small but growing number of college-bound students, summer has become a time of résumé-building work.



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