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Recyclers trade stash for cash

Monday marked National Recycle Day. More than just a day to recycle, since 1997 National Recycle Day is the only nationally recognized day dedicated to the promotion of recycling p ...

Install airport gate guards

A few weeks ago they were talking about renaming the airport in honor of Col. Bud Anderson. I personally like the idea, but think it would cause a lot of problems. I’ve had the h ...

Shake hands, agree to disagree

Response to Eileen Ferber, “An insult to Believers” (Reader Input, Nov. 3). This is such an incredibly sensitive issue for some people, particularly, I think, those of faith. ...

Department of Education must go

Grant Shaw’s letter (Nov. 7) giving the history that caused the housing meltdown and the recession was very accurate. Of course this is not stated in the mainstream media which a ...

ARD strives to improve, serve

For a variety of reasons the past few months have proven to be quite a trying time. I am extremely thankful for all the support I have received — both on a personal and on a poli ...

Grateful for Auburn schools

In response to James McKesson’s letter (Reader Input, Nov. 7), here is what my child received from Auburn public schools: She is offered a class for all core subjects whether sh ...

Veterans are society’s core

Congratulations to the city of Auburn, the Veterans Day parade organizers and participants. What a great parade. It says a lot about our community in our honoring, showing respect ...

Veterans Day event first-rate

I personally wish to thank all who put together the 2010 Veterans Day parade and ceremony. A special honoring of the Korean War vets was very appropriate. “They are not forgotte ...

Let Auburn have its Wal-Mart

Alliance for the Protection of the Auburn Community is at it again (Journal, Nov. 5). Another cost for city and taxpayers, themselves included. Dumb, huh? They bought property nex ...

Local office supply lands major contract

A local family-owned office supply has captured a multi-million dollar sales contract. Walker’s Office Supplies on Grass Valley Highway is part of a nation-wide $500 million con ...

We have a duty to help our own

On Nov. 11, 2010 we are honoring our veterans with parades. This remembrance is going on everywhere in this country. We owe them this display of gratitude for their sacrifice. Bu ...

Here’s to our schools

I would like to thank the Auburn Journal for their coverage of the many local candidates running for public office, the Newcastle Community Association for hosting a candidates’ ...

Moonbeam and Nutmeg

I just read the morning’s Journal and the letter from citizen Donna McCloskey, “Confounded by Brown’s return” (Reader Input, Nov. 10), which is cause to respond. Donna is ...

Another View: Good and bad news for salmon this month

In its endless journey to accomplish the mission of returning salmon and steelhead to all 33 miles of the Auburn Ravine from Verona to the City of Auburn, SARSAS (Save Auburn Ravin ...

Reader’s beliefs expressed well

Eileen Ferber is offended by Kent Campbell’s comments regarding the miners being saved (Reader Input, Nov. 3). She gives us a tired old joke that made the rounds 30 years ago w ...