Theater arts supporter raises curtain for youth

Community and what’s good for the community — that’s what drives Auburn’s Miccie McNee. McNee’s idea is a little different from most as she goes about helping students ...

Blessed to call Auburn home

This has been a very difficult year for my daughter and myself. We lost a beautiful wife and mother, Yvette. She passed away at far too young an age. During this trial, we discove ...

Is Shockley our big worry?

Here we go again. ARD Director Scott Holbrook would like a court to decide that the park does not have to be named after William Shockley. Is ARD so flush with money that they can ...

What do bike-haters use for brains?

I scratch my head at the mentality of the bicycle-bashing letter writers to the Journal. Last year a woman in the Georgetown area complained about bicyclists talking to each other ...

Wine buffs turn pro with dream acreage

When Mike and Diane Naggiar purchased acreage for a vineyard near the Placer-Nevada county line, their dream was to grow and sell wine grapes. Ten years later, they are not only ...

ACLU opposes Shockley park

The idea of naming a 28-acre parcel of publicly owned Auburn parkland after eugenics proponent and Nobel Prize winner William Shockley is getting some high-profile opposition. The ...

Public lands may go off-limits

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s proposal to cut state park funding by $70 million could mean closure of Coloma’s Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park but the Auburn State R ...

Ungodliness in a nation has been seen before

Wake up to a sickness of a nation that has walked away from a foundation of life in Jesus Christ. The circumstances and consequences we are suffering from today come from the corr ...

Cap carbon pollution and many woes will be solved

Want our leaders to know that here in Roseville, we support bold action on climate and energy, including a cap on carbon pollution? Capping carbon pollution will ignite the transi ...

Recovery takes slicing from the top, not the bottom

All these fat cats in government must love these tax protests. It takes attention off their big wallets. They continue to reap huge benefits while the disabled/poor are played like ...