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To care or not to care: Indifference, Frost and the media

At a party I attended last weekend, a high school teacher talked about a student in her philosophy class. He insists (though not very hard, I imagine, considering his outlook) that ...

Letters to the Editor, Thursday, April 10, 2003

Closing a school: Aren?t there other options? The citizens of Auburn have been enmeshed in a very serious and far-reaching issue as of late: the future of the education of the chil ...

Eleanor Beagle-Kearney

Eleanor Beagle-Kearney died April 3, 2003, in Auburn. Born May 7, 1906, in Clarksville, Mich., she was a resident of the Santa Clara Valley for over 50 years and came to live in Au ...

Auburn woman's artistic passion honored

Editor?s note: This is the final installment of a nine-part Journal series profiling Auburn-area individuals and organizations to be recognized at Friday?s State of the Community D ...

Ski resort suit delayed 17 months

A lawsuit by the state Attorney General contending the Squaw Valley USA ski resort built lifts and other projects without permits and adequate environmental review now has an Octob ...

Threatened schools will remain open

Thundering applause and shrieks of delight accompanied a standing ovation as the Auburn Union Elementary School District board of trustees voted unanimously to keep all district sc ...

Freed Baghdad celebrates

BAGHDAD, Iraq ? Their hour of freedom at hand, jubilant Iraqis celebrated the collapse of Saddam Hussein?s murderous regime on Wednesday, beheading a toppled statue of their longti ...

Students, faculty alike join Art Walk

For one night in Auburn, teachers and students from Placer Union High School District will meet as peers, as both groups exhibit their artwork as part of the Art Walk. The walk, he ...

Walking tour to highlight treasured trees

The opening day of the docent-led walk for the Auburn Trail of Treasured Trees will be on Saturday, May 3. The 50 sidewalk markers have been painted and most of the trees? marker m ...

April tale fools readers

Here's a little follow-up to last week's column...just before my deadline last night, I received a call from Capt. Smoothy Hopkins of Mack Mashers Guide Service on Lake Tahoe. He s ...