Durango High School
Jul 20, 2011 20:00 EDT
Dave Rice and staff tracking prospects at several AAU tournaments. It's that time of year: The annual midsummer weekend when thousands of prep basketball players with NCAA Division-I dreams and hundreds of college coaches descend on Las Vegas for around-the-clock hoops.
Nov 24, 2010 19:00 EST
From education to the tax structure, health care to immigration, high schoolers make their opinions known to their peers . Today's high school students are used to adults writing them off as flip-flop wearing tech junkies more concerned with texting and their iPods than with politics and the economy.
Aug 19, 2010 20:00 EDT
AT A GLANCE
Aug 19, 2010 20:00 EDT
One look at Durango High School running back Julio Mora is all it takes to question his talents on the football field.At 5-foot-7 and 165 pounds, the senior doesn't have the prototypical build of an elite high school football player.
Nov 25, 2009 19:00 EST
In 1955 then-Sun Publisher Hank Greenspun worried that adults werent doing enough listening and too many young voices were going unheard.
Sep 27, 2009 20:00 EDT
A month into the school year, district takes a student census and backfills areas of need, with some input from teachers. Spanish teacher Marie King spent three weeks setting up her classroom at Gibson Middle School, even paying to have one wall painted a cheery shade of purple that she thought her students would enjoy.
Jun 14, 2009 20:00 EDT
RTC transit ambassador program for the Deuce a great way to help tourists. Among the neat things about traveling are the encounters with friendly local people. They are commonly found in such places as hotel lobbies, restaurants and museums, but they can also pop up in unexpected circumstances.
May 19, 2009 20:00 EDT
A lot of people think I have a pretty neat job, and most of the time I agree there are worse occupations than writing about sports.
Mar 22, 2009 20:00 EDT
Four local phenoms playing for juggernauts of women?s hoops. As he watched No. 15 on the Stanford Cardinal women?s basketball team climbing the ladder to snip a little piece of souvenir twine for her scrapbook a week ago Sunday at Galen Center on the USC campus, Al La Rocque had to keep from pinching himself.