Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Psych drugs destroy lives

While I would like to think that Ms. (Deanna) Stilwell’s heart may be in the right place, her conclusions about my letter regarding meds vs. the shooting tragedies are incorr ...

Reader Input: Restrict businesses, harm economy

My comments are two-fold, first to encourage the naysayers regarding the new Costco store, or the Wal-Mart store, or any other new establishment coming to Auburn. I have lived in ...

Reader Input: PCWA should make saving pay

Hooray for Placer County Water Agency customers who are practicing water conservation. But their actions alone fall short of addressing drought concerns. According to data collecte ...

Reader Input: High time we rename parks

As a former creative writing teacher I attended a recent board meeting of the Auburn Recreation District to propose that the names of Recreation Park and Regional Park be changed. ...

Reader input: Correlation in meds, tragedies?

I recently read the latest (April 8) of Marcia Winborne-Graven’s many letters to the Auburn Journal regarding the use of psychotropic medication. She alleges psychotropic m ...

Reader input: Why vote for GOP again?

And so it begins. Hillary Clinton announced her intention to become the Democratic presidential candidate in the 2016 election. You may have your qualms about Hillary Clinton, but ...

Reader input: Clinton can’t name accomplishments

Maybe some of your readers noticed that my critic in “Damn straight, Ainsleigh!” proved my point: The only way you can make Hillary Clinton look good is by saying, &ldq ...

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 ...