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All Those Years Ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, April 22 and 29, 1965

30 days in jail for Mrs. Baima Lillybel Baima, vegetarian, arch foe of tax-supported mental health clinics and governor of the Republic of North California, last week was sentenc ...

Colla Voce celebrates ten years of following the voice

Colla Voce of the Sierra, the local, nonprofit arts organization, began as an adult group of chamber singers with the goal of bringing professional standards of choral music perfor ...

McCullough makes honor roll at University of Kansas

Kerry McCullough of Auburn earned honor roll distinction for the fall 2014 semester at the University of Kansas, School of Journalism & Mass Communications. Honor roll criteri ...

Harnagel masters diesel and Cummins technology

Auburn native Ethan Harnagel recently graduated from the Sacramento Campus of Universal Technical Institute (UTI), the leading provider of post-secondary education for students see ...

Bussey makes Dean’s List at San Diego State

Luke Bussey made the Dean’s List at San Diego State University. Bussey is majoring in Economics and Public Policy. To be eligible for the Dean's List, students must be i ...

Rodeo clown is goodwill ambassador in baggy pants

In the world of rodeo, when you do good, you get a shiny silver buckle – not a trophy or a plaque. And rodeo clown Justin Rumford, who will be appearing next weekend at the ...

Hundreds gather for child’s memorial

  Downtown Lincoln’s streets were filled Friday afternoon with friends and family of Blake Cronkhite, 5, who died April 12 in an ATV accident. Jayden Secrest, 3, of Ci ...

The Floyd welcomes audience to the machine

More than 300 Pink Floyd fans filled the State Theatre on Saturday, April 11, to see The Floyd, a multi-media, family-friendly rock ’n’ roll experience, complete with l ...

Jack Gallagher's comedy is for – and from – the everyman

When Jack Gallagher decided to name his live act, he chose a line from a Pete Townsend song. And since his comedy show does not contain the element of pathos that his one-man plays ...

Celtic band Story Road makes audience feel at home

Maybe it’s a preview show, a warm up to what could be a spot on KVMR’s Celtic Festival bill. After all, they’ve all played that stage before, just not together. ...