Couple admits to being raving Del Oro fans

This is the first in a five-part series on parent fans as high school football teams go into playoffs. Look for profiles of fans from these schools in upcoming editions of the Jour ...

Neighborhood goes all-out with haunted house

The Jackson family’s Auburn home is haunted, but thankfully only once a year. Each year, the family creates a walkthrough haunted house at their Finley Street home, inviting dari ...

The roads are built for cars

Re: All the recent comments on local bicyclists. The bicyclists have their own lane so they should stay in it. Bicyclists are always complaining about how we don’t share the road ...

Look both ways and then cross

Re: “Palm Avenue project set to provide safe route to school,” (Journal, Oct. 12). I don’t really think that it’s necessary to widen streets or add sidewalks. I think that ...

Pay raises outtasight

“How did the greatest country get to this point?” — Jim Valk’s (Reader Input) question on Sunday, Oct. 23. My answer: 1. Greed 2. The system of percentage raises that the g ...

Reader fell for rumor

Re: “New tax will sneak up on you,” (Reader Input, Oct 26): Dale (Smith), please stop believing the e-mails that fly around the Internet. You have nothing to fear. Obama doesn ...

Smith shouldn’t bolster urban legend

Dale Smith’s letter (“New tax will sneak up on you,” Reader Input, Oct. 26) is accurate only in that HR 4646 was submitted — not by “Obama” or at his administration’s ...

Auburn project ill-advised

I think that the Palm Street Project is a waste of money and there is no need for the widening of the street (Journal, Oct. 12). The almost million dollars can be used for more imp ...

HR 4646 hasn’t made it very far

Apparently Dale Smith believes every e-mail forwarding that he receives and is trying to make President (Barack) Obama look bad (Reader Input, Oct. 26). House bill HR 4646 (1 perce ...