Aeolia Heights

Another View: Let's protect Auburn from fire

John Adams once wrote, ?Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions they cannot alter the state of facts and eviden ...

Remembering the Aeolia Olive Oil Company

Most people who live in Auburn are aware that the area known as Aeolia Heights was once a working orchard and that Aeolia Olive Oil was produced there. But if you drive or walk the ...

Behind the Signature: Carol Wallgren

A visit with the Journal’s frequent letter contributors. Lives in: Auburn since 1964. “My husband and I bought our first home in beautiful Aeolia Heights. I?love the parks an ...

$100K Grant funds work to lower fire risk

The local, state and federal government came together in Auburn Monday to work toward a safer American River Canyon. The California Conservation Corps is using a $100,000 grant t ...

$100K Grant helps canyon clearing continue

The state of California recently awarded the city of Auburn a $100,000 grant to continue a shaded fuel break project in the Aeolia Heights neighborhood. The fuel break is part of t ...

Fire protection continues along canyon

Residents in the Aeolia Heights neighborhood worked Saturday morning to keep fire risk down in their area of the American River Canyon. From 7:30-10 a.m. Saturday, 15 neighbors w ...

Aeolia Heights protects itself from fire

Resident Fred Merriam works to remove low limbs in Saturday’s Aeolia Heights Project Canyon Safe effort. The clearing was part of an ongoing brush-removal effort that started in ...

Weeding out fire

Neighbors in Aeolia Heights are hoping to protect the area’s more than 100-year-old history by dousing out fire risk. The Project Canyon Safe effort, which started in Robie Poi ...

Break-ins plague residents

A series of break-ins in and around Auburn has some residents concerned. Auburn resident Kelly Richardson said someone kicked in her side door in the Aeolia Heights neighborhood ...