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Dam politics leave drivers out to dry

Even before it was completed, the Folsom Dam proved its worth by successfully retaining enough of the American River runoff to save downstream communities during the disastrous flo ...

Ray Leatherman

Ray Thomas Leatherman passed away May 15, 2003 at the age of 52. He was born in San Francisco to Thomas Leatherman and Fay Newcomb on October 4, 1950. He was a resident of Auburn f ...

In Loving Memory - Shirley J. Milam

Born on April 16, 1930; passed on to a better place on May 21, 1999. Mom, there hasn't been one day in the past four years that I haven't thought about you. You will always be in m ...

Ore Cart renovations highlight building's historical past

Journal Staff Writer One of Foresthill?s most historic buildings is getting a new roof. Work began in early May at the Ore Cart Steakhouse and Red Dirt Saloon. Owners Angelo and Ka ...

Placer Union axes 10 as classified layoffs continue

Journal Staff Writer In the second of three expected layoff announcements, the Placer Union High School District board of trustees approved the termination of 10 classified employe ...

Threat level rises to orange

Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON ? The Bush administration, concerned that a wave of attacks overseas could spread to the United States, raised the terrorism alert level to orang ...

Affordable housing zoning OK?d

Journal Staff Writer Rezoning lands to accommodate at least 350 units of affordable housing over the next three years won support Tuesday from Placer County supervisors who approve ...

Hospital's history a 40-year trek

Journal Staff Writer Almost 40 years ago, the 30 acres off Highway 49 that Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital owns and resides on was Wendell Robie?s open field. Retired Auburn general p ...

Sutter stands at crossroads

Journal Staff Writer Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital and the community have a decision to make: retrofit the hospital to meet seismic requirements or look long range to build a new ho ...

Bush talks of "new kind of war"

Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON ? President Bush said Monday a new wave of deadly attacks shows the world is still dangerous despite progress toward dismantling the al-Qaida ter ...