Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Speaker inspires tea party meet

It was a true privilege listening to Manuel Martin’s speech at a Nor Cal Tea Party Patriots meeting in Auburn on Thursday, April 25. The discussion pertained to Californ ...

Reader Input: Town’s artistic side brings joy

What a treasure we have right in the heart of Auburn! The School Park Preserve was a perfect spot for the recent Arts in the Park event arranged by the Auburn Arts Commission. It ...

Reader Input: Host families appreciated

I would like to thank all my wonderful host families who welcomed a foreign exchange student into their home this past year. It is so gratifying to know that there are people in ...

Reader Input: Bureaucrats have failed US citizenry

On May 10, America learned that the IRS – perhaps the most frightening of all government agencies – has been singling out and targeting conservative groups, including t ...

Reader Input: Folks delivered for food drive

The 21st annual United States Postal Service Letter Carrier’s Food Drive that took place on May 11 was a huge success to reduce hunger here in Auburn and surrounding communit ...

Reader Input: Disabilities often unseen

No one should be questioned about a disability. People often assume that a disability is a physical handicap. Disabilities can also be mental or even an illness that you cannot ...

Reader Input: Invest in city’s planter boxes

I am disturbed by “Keep Downtown Auburn beautiful,” (Reader Input, May 12), for nary a word has appeared on this problem in the journal except from writer Sue Webb. ...

Reader Input: Look again at Newcastle Fire issues

I find it very strange that an editor would express his or her opinion without taking a closer look at what is going on with Newcastle Fire Protection District (“Cutting posi ...

Reader Input: Forgiveness brings peace

“I felt like I had a clamp on my chest for 15 years and somebody took it off and I could breathe for the first time in 15 years” (“Annual victim breakfast feat ...

Reader Input: Death of fetus called murder

I find it a bit confusing that Mr. (Lee) Konnerth has pleaded guilty to two counts of second degree murder, when one of the “victims” was in the womb (“Man ple ...