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Northern California authorities to continue search for

REDDING, Calif. (AP) — Authorities in Northern California say they will continue to search for a baby missing for 11 days even though they believe she's dead and doubt he ...

How are same-sex and straight weddings same, different?

Editor’s note: This is part three of a three-part series about the Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality. Wedding ceremonies, for the most part, follow a pattern: There& ...

SFUU revs invited to lead worship service for 5,000

Each year close to 5,000 Unitarian Universalists (UUs) across the U.S. gather in one place to worship, hold workshops, and get to know each other. This year The Revs. Wendy Bartel ...

FBI seeking information

Sacramento, Calif. – On June 29, 2015, the Federal Bureau of Investigation obtained a warrant for the arrest of Matthew Muller, 38, of Orangevale, Calif. for the alleged kidn ...

One person dead in single-vehicle rollover crash in Auburn

 A male occupant was declared dead at the scene of a single vehicle rollover crash on Lincoln Way in Auburn Friday night. Two other people believed to be connected to the in ...

Police brief: Police arrest suspect in assault case

The Grass Valley Police Department has arrested a suspect in connection with the July 5 assault of resident Mary Grace Tassone. Alan Kierkegaard, 50, a transient, was arrested Th ...

In brief: Officials identify bridge jump fatality

The Placer County Coroner’s Office has released the name of a man who jumped from the Foresthill Bridge Thursday. Scott Palmer Swinney, 34, of Loomis was found below the 73 ...

Rundel catches up on first year in the trenches

A lot has changed in Auburn and at City Hall since Tim Rundel took the helm a little over a year ago. From reorganizing entire city departments to closing a substantial budgetary ...

To vax or not to vax: You may not have a choice

A new California state law requires children to be fully vaccinated by fall, 2016, if starting school or transitioning to a new school. Though the law has been a hot topic of debat ...

Brass band and fired clay about to be coming your way

This Sunday Katy Fries is combining three of her loves – clay, children, and public art-- to benefit the community. During the City of Trees Brass Band concert 7 p.m. Sunday ...

Who are the homeless; where will they go?

By Tricia Caspers-Ross of the Auburn Journal With questions looming about where the homeless will go once the Placer County Board of Supervisor’s ban on camping on county pr ...

Officer moves up APD ladder

It’s official: The Auburn Police Department has a new sergeant on duty as of Thursday morning. While neither the position nor the officer moving into it are  necessarily ...

Museum to show Gold Rush in new light

For years, the Placer County Gold Rush Museum has offered visitors an up-close look at the history behind the California Gold Rush. In just a few months, an updated version of the ...

Clergies express views on marriage equality

Editor’s note: This is part two of a three-part series The Auburn Journal contacted close to 25 churches in the Auburn area to gather responses to the Supreme Court’s ...

Meddlers Report – July 7

The Meddlers is an open-forum meeting sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce that meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday at Auburn City Hall, 1225 Lincoln Way. Auburn Journal reporter ...