American Legion

All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, March 26 and April 2, 1964

Old fashioned cook stoves ‘gone out’ in Placer County Believe it or not, more than 50 percent of the housewives in Placer County still were cooking on wood-burning or ...

Post 84 wraps up district title

Gearing up for this week's Area I Tournament, Auburn's Post 84 American Legion baseball team took two of three games in a weekend series from Antelope to capture the District 7 cha ...

Locals speak out on Stolen Valor Act Decision

When Jay Blake and his fellow veterans discuss the ribbons they received while serving, it means something. His Expeditionary Ribbon was one tangible reward he received for serving ...

Auburn Post 84 bounces back with doubleheader sweep

After a tough 11-8 loss to Manhart, the Auburn Post 84 American Legion baseball team bounced back last Sunday with a doubleheader sweep of Hard 90 Baseball at James Field in Auburn ...

Overseas and at home, women serve with pride

This year’s Auburn Veterans Day Parade will be full of women who donned uniforms and filled a multitude of roles in the armed forces. When Auburn American Legion Richard W. Towns ...

Veteran parade seeks helpers

The Auburn Veterans Day Parade Committee is commissioned to organize, finance and conduct the yearly event. Our committee is a coalition of civic-minded military veterans and non-v ...