Sounds like old hate speech

In response to “Real Americans uphold peace” by Anne Gassman, Citrus Heights, (Reader Input, Sept. 26): I find it just amazing that in one sentence the writer spouts values of ...

Time to help Auburn youth

As regards Mr. and Mrs. (Renee and Vince) Anaclerio’s letter (Reader Input, Oct. 10), I would like to point out a few things. First, the (Measure L) money would be used only fo ...

Tall antenna objectionable

After many years serving on the Auburn City Council, I need your support. Once again I am confronted with another problem concerning land use next to my home. In the past, the cit ...

Giving 16-cents a day a no-brainer

I am writing to urge local voters to support Measure L, which will raise $4 million for the Auburn school district by collecting $59 per year from property owners in the school dis ...

Another View: Governor’s blue line vetoes bad for Placer students, families

Friday, Oct. 8, Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed nearly $1 billion in spending to build a larger “rainy day fund,” which will have a significant impact on some of Placer County ...

Auburn business owners offered free guidance at new SBDC branch

For the past few years, small businesses needing training and guidance could call on the Small Business Development Center at Sierra College’s Gateway campus in Roseville. Now t ...

Our View: Community fest celebrates life in the foothills

On Saturday celebrate Auburn at Recreation Park with thousands of your neighbors, family and friends. The 14th annual Auburn Community Festival offers a day of fun for young and o ...

HP memories of Fiorina not good

I worked for Hewlett-Packard for 32 years, retiring in 2002. For most of my time there it was one of the greatest companies in the world and an extraordinary place to work. Then ...

Solution found in Carly Fiorina

I am writing to throw my support to Carly Fiorina. As a retired college dean and professor, I have completely had it with Barbara Boxer and her inaction as our Senator. Barbara Bo ...

Brown means more trouble

California is in big trouble! Unionized state workers have been provided with incomes twice that of private sector workers, along with outrageous pensions — this from our complia ...