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Media Life: State Theatre work unearths long-lost 1930 art deco treasure
Friday Oct 24 2014
A vertically challenged genie? A variation on the theatrical “tragedy-comedy” mask, this time memorializing loud acting? A stylized tribute to Aztec culture run amok? ...
All Those Years Ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Oct. 22 and 29, 1964
Wednesday Oct 22 2014
State hunting firebug who set big forest fire The fierce forest fire which began near Butcher Ranch Sept. 19 and threatened Auburn two days later was deliberately set, the State ...
All Those Years Ago … from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Oct. 8 and 15, 1964
Wednesday Oct 08 2014
Lad hikes 5 miles in wilds to report father’s death A spunky 9-year-old boy hiked five miles through rugged mountain country last week to report the death of his 30-year-old ...
Media Life: Newcastle contractor constructs Johnny Cash Trail span
Friday Oct 03 2014
Folsom’s new $3.8 million overcrossing on the Johnny Cash Trail gets the ribbon-cutting treatment on Saturday with the Man in Black’s daughter Rosanne Cash helping out. ...
Media Life: Turkey vultures making fleeting presence known in Auburn
Friday Sep 26 2014
Auburn’s Deren Ross informs Media Life that the skies over Auburn are sporadically alive these days with the annual southward flight of turkey vultures. Several hundred moved ...
All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Sept. 24 and Oct. 1, 1964
Wednesday Sep 24 2014
Wind-whipped forest fire blackens 4,000 acres A recurring forest fire which started near Butcher Ranch on the Auburn-Foresthill Road about 4 p.m. Saturday and blackened more than ...
When the gold ran out the orchards took over
Tuesday Sep 16 2014
A while ago I received a four-page letter from a reader. The letter was unsigned but the delicacy of the handwriting leads me to think that the writer is a woman, so I’ll use ...
Media Life: Auburn filmmaker scores with real-life ‘Harry Potter’ quidditch movie
Friday Sep 12 2014
Eric F. Martin grew up in Auburn during the height of Harry Pottermania. So when fellow filmmaker Farzad Sangari came to him in 2013 with hundreds of hours of footage on the real- ...
All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Sept. 10 and 17, 1964
Wednesday Sep 10 2014
$1,750,000 monthly payroll on project More than 2,000 men – sharing a $1,750,000 monthly payroll – were at work on Placer County’s Middle Fork American River Pr ...
Coloma mill rises again at original James Marshall gold discovery location
Tuesday Sep 09 2014
COLOMA – Using time-tested techniques and tools, a crew of timber framers is bringing back to life a replica of the mill where James Marshall first spotted gold. Marshall&rs ...
Media Life: Auburn motorhead couple gets “American Pickers” star treatment
Friday Sep 05 2014
When “American Pickers” came calling, Auburn’s Al and Deb Casner were ready to wheel and deal – especially when it came to a rare set of wheels. The Casner ...
Reagan plaque in Auburn highlights “Little Fair That Wouldn’t Die” quote
Thursday Sep 04 2014
A new plaque will be dedicated Thursday marking a storied 1970 visit by a future president and a locally famous nickname then-Gov. Ronald Reagan gave to Auburn’s Gold County ...
All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Aug. 27 and Sept. 3, 1964
Wednesday Aug 27 2014
Heroic war record revealed in aftermath of hit-run case Twenty years ago this month, Roy Samuel Tillman, then a combat-hardened Army infantryman, lost two fingers and was shot in ...
A murder unremembered: Rocklin Cemetery holds a dark tale
Wednesday Aug 20 2014
Situated under a large oak tree in the Rocklin cemetery sits the Chateau family plot. This little obelisk which marks the spot where many of the Chateaus are buried does not have a ...
Early juries had compassion for 2 women who killed
Wednesday Aug 20 2014
Chivalry wasn’t dead in the early 1900s, and two cases of women who killed and walked away illustrate the point. There were mitigating circumstances, of course, and there was ...
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