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Amador Valley High School's civics team was honored in the state Senate Friday for winning the California "We the People" competition in which students simulate a Congressional hearing on the Constitution. Senate Majority Leader Ellen Corbett, D-
Amador Valley High School's competitive civics team is heading to the national competition for the 13th time in 25 years. "All but two years of those 13, we've been in the top three," coach Brian Ladd said. "We probably have a record for second
Martin spent four years following the Pleasanton-raised Laue, who was born with a left arm that ends just below his elbow. We see the budding hoops star an honor student at Amador Valley High School as the film begins mature from tousle-haired teen
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Police are advising residents to not be alarmed by loud banging noises heard in the vicinity of Amador Valley High School on Friday, as the noises are just part of police training exercises being conducted on campus...Residents are asked to stay away
Santa Rita Road will be closed at the railroad tracks south of Amador Valley High School on June 17 and 18 due to routine maintenance by Union Pacific. All foot and vehicle traffic will be diverted away from the rail crossing from June 17 at 6 a.m.
A team of students from Amador Valley High School placed second Monday in a national competition on knowledge of the U.S...The students from Amador Valley faced teams from 45 states and the District of Columbia at the We the People: The Citizen and
As a boy he played alone in the fields behind our block, six frame houses holding six immigrant families, the parents speaking only gibberish to their neighbors. Without the kids they couldn't say 'Good morning' and be understood. Little wonder he
After a flawless start, Eugene Chen of Pleasanton came up one answer short of making the finals of the American Mathematical Society's national contest on Thursday. Chen, 16, an Amador Valley High School junior, was one of 10 students chosen to
PDT Special to the Ukiah Daily Journal The Ukiah High School Girls Water Polo team competed in the Falcon Frenzy Water Polo tournament hosted by Freedom High School in Oakley over the weekend. Their first game was against Pinole Valley High School.