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All Those Years Ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, July 1 and 8, 1965

Humane Society branch would halt 100-mile Tevis Cup ride An attempt by the California branch of the Humane Society of the United States to halt the famed 100-mile Tevis Cup Trail ...

Artist speaks through brush

With each detailed pull of her brush, Joanne Inman adds a little more to her story of beating the odds and fulfilling her passion for porcelain painting. She looks at home poised ...

Living Large: Taking the stage by Storm

There are singers, there are performers and then there are those rare phenomenal explosions of super charisma and energy and raw talent that completely defy categorization – ...

Twenty-first century Caesar

“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your earbuds.” So goes life in the modern political arena, where talking heads and Twitter feeds fuel the public’s need to ...

Ask the Master Gardener: Rototilling does more harm than good in the garden

Question:  I always rototill the ground every spring before I plant my vegetable garden — and almost always have great results. Of course, I always plow in fully aged ma ...

Bear River program nurtures green thumbs

With a harvest of onions, lettuce and other vegetables, Bear River High School completed a successful return of horticulture to the campus. Students and faculty of the 2014-2015 ...

Girl Scouts, Troop 782, Court of Awards

Girl Scout Troop 782 recently held a Court of Awards to present badges earned in the past three months. The scouts were awarded their remaining five Daisy petals to show the comple ...

Former Auburn pastor one step closer to the title of World Champion of Public Speaking

Former Auburn pastor Donny Crandell took first place at the Toastmasters District 39 Speech Contest earlier this month in Sacramento, earning him the privilege to compete on Aug. 1 ...

Picture perfect means having the right frame in mind

For 19 years, Kelli Fortenbaugh Lopopolo operated High Street Gallery in Downtown Auburn. She recently moved her shop to Meadow Vista and renamed it Sierra Art Services. The Colf ...

Brazen Americana theft hits Placer County garage shrine

A 10-foot tall monument to the early days of the automobile has been unbolted and stolen from a Loomis front yard in a brazen case of Americana theft. Made public this week by the ...