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Reader Input: Take care of what we have

Goodness, when will common sense prevail among our local officials? New lights when our streets are the pits (“Council discusses sewers to streetlights,” Journal, Jun ...

Reader Input: Time to update on birth control

A leaked draft of a highly anticipated letter on the environment by Pope Francis casts climate change as a threat largely caused by humans and urges action to reduce the emissions ...

All Those Years Ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, July 1 and 8, 1965

Humane Society branch would halt 100-mile Tevis Cup ride An attempt by the California branch of the Humane Society of the United States to halt the famed 100-mile Tevis Cup Trail ...

Artist speaks through brush

With each detailed pull of her brush, Joanne Inman adds a little more to her story of beating the odds and fulfilling her passion for porcelain painting. She looks at home poised ...

Reader Input: Journal letter writer a bit thin-skinned

Really? “bitchin’” is what you’re worried about ("Keep it clean at Fast Fridays,” Reader Input, June 30)? You are at a racetrack on Friday night. ...

Reader Input: What’s wrong with the ACA?

Why do so many Americans despise or dislike the Affordable Care Act (ACA)? I believe the ACA has provided first-time health insurance to over 10 million Americans. I don’t ...

Reader Input: If you spell dog backwards ...

My Dear Mr. (Kevin) McNaughton: I was really taken by your letter printed in the Auburn Journal on June 19, 2015, (“Reader’s God is not perfect”). Your dog Scot ...

Vandals sever cables, networks go down

The severed fiber optic cables that disrupted Sacramento-area communications is just one in a series of 11 Bay Area incidents in the past year being investigated by the FBI. Phone ...

Reader Input: High-tech street lamps don’t compute

Free street lamps might sound good, but at a “typical” price of $25,000 each, it would take over 166 years to recover the cost of any additional high-tech lamps the cit ...

Reader Input: Property owners need protection

(The Journal) recently ran a story regarding a vote to tax all property owners in the Higgins Fire District, above and beyond the “assessment” California puts on people ...