Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Good luck in continuing clean-up

Congratulations to local law enforcement for arresting a local sex trafficker in Auburn (“Sex trafficking sting in Auburn,” Journal, April 12). It is much easier to go ...

Reader Input: Wind, flames a bad combo

Unbelievably, Wednesday with its very high wind gusts was an approved burn day. I saw a home that actually took advantage and had an active burn pile. Who, in their right mind in ...

Reader Input: Scaffolding not up to snuff?

Had some time this morning and as always I read the comment section of the Journal. But what caught my eye was a story about the New Auburn Airport sign on page A2 (“New Au ...

Reader Input: Everyone present raised a hand

Gov. Jay Inslee of the State of Washington is pushing for tough new air-quality policies to combat worsening health problems, like asthma in children, that are caused by pollution. ...

Reader Input: How to rein in poor drivers?

I think it best for the City of Roseville and surrounding areas to take down all speed limit signs and turn off the traffic signals. No one pays any attention to any of them, so ...

Reader Input: County money could well help

Being a member of one of the hosting churches for The Gathering Inn, it would not be feasible for us to host for a week because of the other outreach commitments that we are commit ...

Reader Input: Take steps to build rural fire protection

Do you want rural fire protection? In essence,  it is about tax revenues in small districts being substantial enough to sustain and improve local fire protection. Should the O ...

Reader Input: Water before high-speed rail

To add to the letter by John W. Little, Newcastle (“Of pie, rye and a dearth of water,” Reader Input, April 10): The Sorek Desalination Project in Israel was built in ...

Reader Input: Service rewards on grand jury

Much has been in the news about grand juries of late. While the focus has been on criminal indictments, California’s grand juries are unique. They are utilized as “go ...

Call to readers: Collectors and collections

What do you collect? Send us your photos. We need your help keeping this conversation going. We want to publish your letters, but they must include your first and last name, city ...