Letters to the Editor

Reader input: Boehner’s group strikes again

Quite frankly, John Boehner’s group strikes again.  The right wing demigods in their elementary school of rational thought take the “low road” by holding our ...

Reader input: Costco would bring jobs

Listening to all the negative responses about having a Costco in Auburn makes me laugh. Especially from Meadow Vista’s Virginia Diffenbaugh who says, “They would be rui ...

Reader input: There’s a work role for prisoners

(Larry) Brann-Smith is of course entitled to his opinion but I wish he wouldn’t put words in my mouth (Reader input, Feb. 25). I never said working prisoners was a “cur ...

Reader input: The top terrorists are highly educated

State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf’s view that the root cause of the Islamic State (ISIS) is unemployment and poverty is totally invalid. She said, “We n ...

Reader Input: Legal opt-out to Affordable Care Act

There you go again, Ron (Lowe), (“Don’t mess with health care act,” Reader Input, Feb. 26). Don’t blame the Republicans over the ACA scene. You are probably ...

Reader Input: Boehner lacks self-respect

Quite frankly, John Boehner’s group strikes again. The right-wing demigods in their elementary school of rational thought, takes the “low road” by holding our n ...

Reader Input: Senior Center still on track

I need to clarify the article in the Feb. 24 paper, “Costco pullout leaves North Auburn Senior Center plans uncertain.” As far as the Senior Center is concerned, noth ...

Reader input: Don’t mess with health care act

What has been the most debated and discussed subject for the past five years? The Affordable Care Act/Obamacare. In the real world, the ACA is working supremely, even shockingly we ...

Reader input: Don’t destroy DeWitt services

For the Placer County Board of Supervisors: There is truly a need for the DeWitt Center and Theatre, church and senior gardens in the scheme of life in Auburn. Those buildings and ...

Reader input: Loomis Library closure sad for community

The Loomis Library closure slated for March is a sad statement of today’s economics and direction of community.  I moved to Loomis over 20 years ago to enjoy the quiet a ...