Cat chaos in Placer

They may call these the “dog days of summer,” but Placer County SPCA begs to differ as they are inundated with cats. Roseville PSPCA Chief Executive Officer Leilani Vierra, s ...

Placer supervisors vote to accelerate Foresthill road fees

Future Foresthill home developers will be paying 21 percent to help bankroll a list of new transportation improvements that includes widening the Interstate 80 overcrossing in Aubu ...

Extreme energy drinks stir debate

Summer vacations are here and teens are already jamming their leisure-time schedules with high-energy work and play. Part of the fun is a refreshing drink at the river or after a ...

Disarming our citizens

Regarding the May Los Angeles Gun Buy Back Program, obviously our mayor and other city officials are unaware of the dangerous effects of this program. Apparently, the citizens of ...

Torture shames our nation

It is hard for this 80-year-old lady who lives in a country that tortures prisoners or any human being. When I recently spoke to a friend about the subject, she sloughed off the ho ...

How nice for school district

Last week all households in the Western Placer Unified School District (WPUSD) received, in the mail, a newsletter. This expensive, four-page, color, WPUSD newsletter was even sent ...

Will Streetscape live up to its $20 million price?

Vibrant businesses. Swanky restaurants. Chic boutiques. Cool shops. Funky stores. Hundreds of shoppers looking to spend their time and money in the Auburn Streetscape experience. ...

McClintock politicking in wrong place

Another petty partisan column by Tom McClintock (Journal, April 16). Is the Journal taking on McClintock as a regular columnist from the right? If so, then say so. An elected lead ...

Weidel on Wheels: Titan — get it before it’s gone for good

Do your future plans involve buying a Nissan Titan? Better not wait too long or a used one will be all that’s available. After a seven-year run that proved rather unsuccessful, ...

What are you twittering about?

“What are you doing?” There are a million different answers for this simple question posed to Twitter users. If you can keep your answer under 140 characters, and think someone ...