Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Welcome to Los Sacramento, folks!

The city of Rocklin has started the construction of the new Highway 65/Whitney Ranch Parkway Interchange. Putting aside every consideration on the supplemental strain the develop ...

Reader Input: Damn straight, Ainsleigh

In response to Gordon Ainsleigh’s letter to the editor (“The point is: Bush was worse,” Reader Input, April 5), comparing George Bush to Hillary Clinton and sarca ...

Reader Input: Water is one of God’s miracles

Can you imagine what a miracle our weather is? What does it take to draw trillions of gallons of water out of the oceans through evaporation and then deposit that back on the mount ...

Call to readers: Rural fire protection

Do you want rural fire protection? What will you do to keep it? We need your help keeping this conversation going. We want to publish your letters, but they must include your fir ...

Reader input: Ease up on water releases

Why is the state conducting water releases when reservoirs are so very low? OK, state bureaucrats at the Water Resources Board, think this through — please. Our lakes and res ...

Reader input: Is it necessary to shop with dogs?

Caterwaul: “to make a cat’s howling cry” according to the Oxford Dictionary.  That sounds more like Bobby Jacobson’s letter (Reader input, April 10).&n ...

Reader Input: Of pie, rye and a dearth of water

I don’t claim to be the sharpest knife in the drawer, but a few things have come to my attention. 1. The high-speed train, in my opinion, is a loser. I foresee an empty tra ...

Touched by an angel in Auburn

I met an angel. Yes, he was flesh and blood, had brown hair and medium height, but he was an angel. My husband, Dale, and I had been to see a friend and we stopped on the way hom ...

Reader Input: Don’t caterwaul to newspaper

Regarding the “Get dogs out of our stores” letter to the editor piece (Reader Input, April 7), I would hate to be one of the woman’s alleged dogs if she and her g ...

Reader Input: Rain comment was misdirected

I would like to start with this comment from Chip Close, district water operations manager (“Storm to bring rain, snow to Auburn, Sierra,” Journal, April 7). Here is hi ...