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The View From Here: A Year At Encina  Capital Public Radio News

1100 students. 21 languages. 56 teachers. Encina Preparatory (6-12) High School serves families who come from around the world and across the street.



Reconciling a Rivalry  Carmichael Times

Playmakers Brings Rival Players Together to Serve Underprivileged Kids.



Officials searching for missing 11-year-old in Sacramento  ABC10.com KXTV

The boy, whose name was not provided by officials, was last seen at Encina High School located at 1400 Bell Street on Tuesday around 3:15 p.m..



Who is William Rick Singer, Sacramento man accused in college admissions scam?  Sacramento Bee

William Rick Singer, who is accused of running a college admissions scam through The Key that included celebrities and CEOs' children, appears to have ...



Sacramento School Sees 'Advocacy' As A Stepping Stone To Success  Capital Public Radio News

After Encina Prep was flagged as a failing school, teachers and administrators re-designed the entire school day around a model known as Advocacy.



Grant aids Encina High School's high-tech makeover  KCRA Sacramento

The Arden Arcade Rotary helped Encina High School make over its technology center with a $20000 grant.



'He's Shady': Ringleader In College Scandal Irritated Others  Capital Public Radio News

William "Rick" Singer founder of the Edge College & Career Network, departs federal court in Boston on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, after he pleaded guilty to ...



Rick Singer promised wealthy teens elite colleges, even if they didn’t have the grades  Los Angeles Times

William “Rick” Singer promised to help high school students get into elite colleges that seemed unattainable given their grades and test scores.



Massive college admission scam led by Sacramento man, indictment says; 2 from Folsom charged  San Luis Obispo Tribune

A Sacramento, California, man named William Rick Singer is accused of leading a college admissions scam that implicates TV actresses and CEOs in bribes to ...



When Soccer Is The Common Language  Capital Public Radio News

Nineteen students make up Encina Preparatory High School's varsity men's soccer team. Four different languages are spoken by team members: Arabic, English ...



Eagles musician to shine on Sacramento’s Walk of Stars  Sacramento Bee

Timothy B. Schmit, an Encina High School graduate, will be inducted into the Sacramento Walk of Stars on Aug. 31, along with four other honorees announced ...



Eagles bassist and Sacramento native Timothy B. Schmit sells Whitley Heights home  Sacramento Bee

Musician Timothy B. Schmit of the Eagles fame has sold his home in historic Whitley Heights for $1.9 million. The Spanish-style home, built in 1924, blends ...



Eagles schedule Sacramento concert in September  Sacramento Bee

The Eagles are scheduled to perform in September at Golden 1 Center, after adding six more “An Evening with the Eagles” concerts to its current tour.



Fundraising events around the Sacramento region  Sacramento Bee

Davis Musical Theatre Company. The company will have its sixth Texas Hold 'em Poker Tournament on Saturday at 607 Pena Drive No. 10. A buy-in ticket ...



In 10 years, 114 Sacramento teenagers died violently. Here are all of them  Sacramento Bee

Search this list of the 114 teens who died violently in the Sacramento region since 2007.



Davis resident named Sacramento’s Attorney of the Year  Davis Enterprise

To sum up the person he's become, Stephen Boutin offers a variation of the “it takes a village” mantra. “I've got a whole town,” says Boutin, a longtime Davisite ...



Afghan doctor volunteers as an anchor for Sacramento refugee community  Sacramento Bee

Dr. Fahim Pirzada earns $10 an hour working as a medical interpreter, but he donates most of his time to helping other newly arrived Afghans. He is a one-man ...



Chefs in Strange Places: Cooking in Unique Situations  KCET

KCET visits a cafeteria, a firehouse kitchen and a school for the Coast Guard's culinary specialists to learn what it's like to cook in unique settings.



Sacramento Walk of Stars  Comstock's Magazine

Sacramento's 1st Inaugural Stars Installation and Ceremony was on August 31 on L and 18th streets. The Sacramento Walk of Stars honors national and ...



NVC valedictorians graduate with honors, and so much more  Napa Valley Register

The compelling life stories of two valedictorians took center stage at Napa Valley College's graduation ceremony Friday evening, where 991 degrees and ...



Being Mark S. Allen - Feature Story - Local Stories - August 28, 2014  Chico News & Review

By Jonathan Mendick. People love him. Others love to hate him. How does MSA deal with life as Sacramento's top TV celebrity? Here's a window into the ...



The new face of Sacramento gangs - Feature Story - Local Stories - October 20, 2011  Chico News & Review

By Raheem F. Hosseini. With violent crime on the decline, is the next generation of gangbangers out of control or overhyped? Published on October 20, 2011 as ...



Hank Wilson dies - gay liberation activist  San Francisco Chronicle

Hank Wilson, an "activist's activist" who for three decades made his mark at the forefront of the gay liberation movement in San Francisco, died Sunday of cancer ...



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