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Dancer will find her feet in London

Dacia Biletnikoff is fond of a particular catch phrase: “Training is the opposite of hoping.” The mantra drives the 18-year-old, who spends about 20 hours a week practicing da ...

Arent grows by leaps, bounds

ROCKLIN — Casey Arent is no longer just, “a kid that’s tall.” That’s how the Del Oro High graduate described himself after a prep career that was admittedly mediocre. Up ...

César Chávez conference empowers students, families

Cindy Lopes, a first generation American, was the first member in her Hispanic family to graduate college. She majored in journalism, a subject matter she learned about as a teena ...

Parents and students get the jump on college admissions

Press Tribune videographer, Daniel Wetter, captures the 2010 Roseville Joint Union High School District College Fair where high school students and parents found lots of informatio ...

Barry headed to New Mexico State

Highly recruited basketball star Remi Barry told the Auburn Journal Tuesday he has committed to New Mexico State University. The 6-7, 200 pound forward from France graduated from ...

Sierra tripped up in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — Brandon Michalkiewicz glanced at the final score and shook his head. In a game that was still up for grabs midway through the fourth quarter, City College of Sa ...

Showcase links players with college scouts

The business of athletic scholarships is becoming an art form as players, parents and coaches seek to refine the process by which they gain the attention of the college scouts. ...

Woodcreek senior writes own ticket

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles highlighting high school seniors in attendance at Roseville and Granite Bay high schools. The students selected for the s ...

Students, parents receive a welcoming preview from William Jessup

More than 150 prospective students and parents, including families from Colorado, Nevada and Washington, toured the William Jessup University campus last week, getting a glimpse of ...