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Expiring gun ban stirs debate, not sales

Journal Staff Writer The federal ban on assault weapons expired Monday, and although that may mean an increase in the marketing of military-style firearms throughout the nation, th ...

Letters to the Editor, Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Unbridled response to horse death not welcome In response to Pat Whitechat?s inconsiderate letter, Journal, Sept. 10, titled ?Lacking closure with more downtown events?: First of ...

Daryl Stafford

Daryl Ray Stafford died on Sept. 8, 2004 at his residence in Auburn at the age of 52. Born September 28, 1951 to Elrick and Evelyn Mae Stafford, he attended Placer High School. He ...

Chau Ngo Vu

Chau passed away on September 13, 2004 after a strong battle with cancer. He is survived by his wife, Hoang and daughters, Thu and Nga Vu Lintag, and granddaughter, Nadia. He was a ...

Philip Knowlton Ferrier

Dr. Ferrier died on Sept. 10, 2004 from complications of Alzheimer's disease. He lived for the past six years in Dutch Flat, and had been a summer there since 1922. Philip was born ...

Just get a grip!

I have always said that 85 percent of hitting a golf shot is fundamentals and 85 percent of the fundamentals is the grip. Your grip is the only connection between you and the club ...

Aggies aiming high

History is being made at UC Davis, and several former Placer County football stars are right in the middle of it. The program has moved from NCAA Division II football into Division ...

Letters to the Editor, Monday, September 13, 2004

Shedding light on Harmon Park development On Sept. 5 the Journal ran a letter from Elmer Frank about Harmon Park and its possible impacts. I wish to clear up a few things. First, t ...

A personal touch for school's design

Journal Staff Writer Editor?s Note: This is the last in a series of four stories about the personalities shaping and attending the new Foresthill High School. Paul Martin knows sma ...