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SIGN LANGUAGE: Lincoln student-fans get personal in PVL rivalry game

The words “F@$# you” are scrawled into the visiting wall of Placer High’s historic Earl Crabbe Gymnasium. A sharpie penned the phrase “Smoke weed every day& ...

Roads closed in Pilot Hill area for manhunt

1:50 p.m. UPDATE Jan. 21 A search in the Pilot Hill area was unable to locate the man authorities were looking for today. The El Dorado County Sheriff's Office was advising re ...

Search on for potential North Auburn homeless shelter site

The initial, tentative steps in a search for a potential homeless shelter site in North Auburn are taking place, with a report by a commercial real estate business providing a glim ...

People to watch: Finding historical relevance in North Auburn buildings

Ramona Brockman traces her love for old buildings back to an 1870s Victorian in Denver, Colo. The house was her grandmother’s and she looks back now with appreciation for ma ...

PG&E cleanup along Wise Canal nearly completed

If you walk your dog or jog on the dirt path along Wise Canal, you may notice a portion of it is a little bit tidier these days, and stacks of logs are piled in some places. That& ...

Meddlers -- Jan. 19: Update on homelessness in Auburn; snow safety concerns

Meddlers is an open-forum meeting sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce that meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday. Auburn Journal reporter Tricia Caspers-Ross, whose beat includes cit ...

Auburn dentist, Dr. Mark Abel, retiring after four decade career

When Mark Abel began his dental career in Auburn in 1974, he took on three dentistry jobs to support his growing family. He worked part-time for Dr. Jim Brown, part-time at Chapa-D ...

Man wounded in Loomis deputies’ shoot-out Monday in serious condition

The suspect in Monday’s shooting in a Loomis shopping center remains in serious condition at a Roseville hospital, according to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office. Rod ...

A soggy day (in Auburn town)

One more storm down. Another on the way. It’s a regular occurrence at the start of 2016 as drought gives way to more normal conditions. On Tuesday, with the ground in Aubur ...

Storm pattern improving water outlook

After four years of drought, a return to more normal winter weather is improving the outlook for the coming year’s Nevada Irrigation District water supply. General Manager R ...

Search for Carson May, missing Sugar Bowl ski instructor, called off

Placer County Sheriff’s Office has suspended the search for 23-year-old ski instructor Carson May, who disappeared last Thursday from Sugar Bowl resort in Norden. “Des ...

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with poems, music, stories and song

“Let every voice be heard,” was the theme of the Martin Luther King Jr. celebration that took place Monday at the General Gomez Arts and Events Center. About 150 commun ...

Annual Chamber of Commerce dinner installs new president

The Auburn Chamber of Commerce's Annual Meeting, Installation and Awards Dinner was held at The Ridge Golf Club Saturday night. Guest speaker was  U.S. Rep. Tom McClintock ...

Search continues for Carson May, missing Sugar Bowl ski instructor

Carson May, a Sugar Bowl ski instructor who went missing last Thursday, has not been found despite multiple-agency search and rescue efforts in the area throughout the weekend. &l ...

Notable kids: Bowman Charter music students attend CSHB

Seven students from Bowman Charter School were chosen to attend the Capitol Section Honor Band (CSHB) at Sheldon High School in Elk Grove held Jan. 8 and 9. The students particip ...