9/11

Bomb threat grounds Auburn man on 9/11

Auburn resident and management consultant, Tony Engberg, has flown about five million miles with United Airlines, he said, and he’s no stranger to bomb threats, but he did ha ...

Another View: The world is a whirl of love and sorrow: Notes from the rubble

Editor’s note: Rabbi Seth Castleman was in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001. He wrote this two days later. Dear friends and family, The first moment to write and th ...

Euro train hero event moves 9/11 remembrance from Sacto to Auburn

A homecoming celebration on the steps of the Capitol in Sacramento for a trio of Sacramentans who thwarted a terrorist train attack has forced a smaller 9/11 remembrance already pl ...

Meddlers -- Sept. 8

Meddlers is an open-forum meeting sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce that meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday at Auburn City Hall, 1225 Lincoln Way. Auburn Journal reporter Tric ...

Reader Input: Report on CIA incomplete, shoddy

Only people with few brain cells would believe the CIA report the Democrats wrote. It took seven years? Really, seven years? Oh that’s right, it was written by Senate Democ ...

Capitol memorial honors 9/11 victims, families

SACRAMENTO — Flags hung at half-staff over the west steps of the state Capitol as more than 60 people gathered Thursday to pay tribute to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2 ...

Auburn’s Cruise Nite’s time to remember 9/11 gears up

  The bright car colors of Auburn Cruise Nite, the low rumble of classic autos and the admiring chatter of the crowd on a warm late-summer evening in Auburn will give way Fri ...

Sept. 11 tribute to wrap up Auburn Cruise Nite season

As the sun sets on Auburn Cruise Nite’s 2013 series this week, event organizers hope visitors will spare a moment to reflect. Today the Auburn Cruise Nite season concludes w ...

Call to readers: Progress since 9/11?

Do you feel the nation has made progress in the war on terrorism since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001? Tell us why or why not. We need your help keeping this conversation going. W ...

Auburn witch is in reader’s prayers

I read about a flight attendant, Joyce Olver, who was supposed to be on the American Airlines flight that was hijacked on 9/11. The day before, Joyce learned she had a broken bone ...

Many issues in wake of 9/11

This is now the 11th anniversary of our Sept. 11, 2001 tragedy. We will always remember this loss with much sadness. Once again the incident was shown on TV and we relived it again ...

Family’s loss echoes on 9/11 anniversary

The phone ringing woke me that morning; it was a neighbor telling me the Trade Center towers in New York had collapsed. She knew my son Gary Kavakos was a fireman stationed across ...

Don’t condemn those Marines

Enough whining about some U.S. Marine snipers urinating on dead Taliban (Journal, Jan. 15). Whoever took the video was an idiot, and whoever released the video is a traitor. Taliba ...

Pacifism doesn’t ensure peace

I’m sure the peace marchers are sincere in their beliefs (Journal, Sept. 22). In fact, I have never talked to anyone who wanted war. Saying you want peace does not accomplish it. ...

Letter a ‘mish-mash’

The letter written by Dee Nann and published by the Journal on Sept. 18 is a mishmash of nonsense, fantasy, vitriol and disrespect. She begins by calling our president a jackass. W ...