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Speed bumps ? Going nowhere in a hurry Bumps and dips ? they are something you would expect to see on a dance floor, not a ballot. But on Nov. 5, that?s exactly where they?ll be i ...

Thoughts on taking pleasure in the Auburn Symphony

And Another Thing by Susan Rushton I take great satisfaction from a story my husband Don tells me about a former girlfriend. The two of them had gone to see Count Basie and his orc ...

Placer,DO do well at SFL

SFL cross country meet, by Andria Wenzel, Journal Sports Correspondent ROCKLIN?Placer?s Jasper Peach has been ranked as high as seventh this year in the standings in California. H ...

Bad things can happen quickly on the water

Outdoors, by J.D. Richey, Journal Columnist The black clouds were low in the sky and they lumbered slowly like an advancing army out of the southwest. Heavy and pregnant with moist ...

Sierra College beats Cosumnes

Local Roundup, by Journal Sports Staff ROCKLIN ? The Sierra College women?s soccer team remained undefeated on the season Tuesday with a 2-1 victory over visiting Cosumnes River. G ...

DarkHorse to open Saturday

Local events DarkHorse golf course is set too open for business Saturday, Oct. 19, with the grand opening event slated for Oct. 24-27. The course is located at the end of Combie Ro ...

Obituaries

Carl L. Beacham Carl L. Beacham of Auburn died at the age of 46 on Oct. 8, 2002. Born in Seattle, Wash., on Feb. 6, 1956, Mr. Beacham enjoyed fishing, hunting and gardening. He is ...

Letters to the editor

Fair board should improve security, parking This year?s performance of the Gold Country Fair management was the same old-fashioned, laissez-faire mentality as in years past. Improv ...

Pumpkin fall festival takes wing

By Gus Thomson Journal Staff Writer Auburn is pumped up about this Saturday?s pumpkin festival. The activity-laden Auburn Community Festival?s main event weighs in at 10 a.m. with ...

Scores rise in standard school tests

Only 4 of 23 campuses show loss; Foresthill Elementary up 60 points By Sandy Firth Journal Staff Writer A majority of Auburn-area schools showed a third straight year of improvemen ...