How’s business in Auburn?

Find out Friday morning when the Auburn Chamber of Commerce hosts a Power Breakfast recapping the results of the recent “Listening to Business” walk through the greater Auburn ...

Nation needs energy policy

We are in desperate need of an energy bill. Over 30 years of this kind of inaction is unacceptable. This administration needs to wake up to the fact that our country can no longer ...

If men got pregnant ...

With all these men talking about women and pregnancy and what women ought to do, I wonder if they know how pregnancy happens in the first place. Do they know women don’t get preg ...

Ultra-rich just getting richer

So what is this outrage at middle-class Americans having a public pension? Thirty years ago members of America’s middle class would celebrate pensions for others and spend their ...

Meet two politicians who truly care

I would like to thank two local politicians for their good sense, hard work and a true concern about the welfare of their communities and the people they represent. I truly admire ...

Loomis resident in trouble for disturbing protected wetlands

A Loomis homeowner and developer is in hot water for allegedly grading and clearing protected wetlands owned by the Town of Loomis, said town staff. According to Matt Lopez, town ...

Fully support peace, Obama

Ginny and I are behind our president in his efforts to bring about peace in our world. Our country is in need of some soul-searching to find a way to live with our nuclear weapons ...

Keep up the good work

Thank you for printing my letter (Reader Input, Jan. 10) regarding the conditions in the public bathroom in downtown Colfax. I would like to give a big thanks to City Manager Bruc ...

Kill the death row dwellers

I am responding to Paul Comiskey’s letter of March 2 titled “Death row costs way too much.” Why? Because our elected officials and judges keep them in prison for 20-, 30-ye ...

Except Parker, columnists fine

What a bright new voice is Ronald Fraser. His column in the Journal on Feb. 15 was interesting and insightful. Hopefully we will see him again in the Journal. I also appreciate an ...