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Sierra Moon Goldsmiths asks for community support for employee with cancer

It’s been an eventful year for Molly Anderson-Moran. The Sierra Moon goldsmith gave birth to her second child in February, a baby girl she named Willow, and then in April the ...

Cochran graduates from Champlain College

Phillip Cochran of Auburn took part in Champlain College’s 137th Commencement ceremony on May 9 at Edmunds Field in Burlington, Vermont. A total of 503 undergraduates receive ...

All-class reunion poised to celebrate Placer High

It’s a special event for a school and a community that remains in the hearts of many – wherever they may live. In the planning stage for two years, the Placer High Sch ...

Local vintners reap honors at State Fair

Talking to Bill Betts, Larry Carducci, Chris Hamm and Gary Mandolfo about their hobby is a little bit like taking a ride on a runaway train – a wine train, that is – bu ...

Reader Input: Will Auburn Smart & Final be splendid?

About six months ago a friend took me to RC Willey in Roseville, off Blue Oaks exit and wow —  I thought I was entering a Las Vegas casino (no box store here). The entra ...

Reader Input: Sanders speaks of nanny state

We see Bernie Sanders, a self-described “Democratic Socialist” from Vermont, rising in the East just 10 points behind Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire. His campaign is ...

Reader Input: Owners of local business care

I wanted to commend a local business, PC Solutions at 1249 Grass Valley Highway, Auburn, on their professional manner (when) they handled my problems with my laptop computer. I h ...

Reader Input: Time for law and order

Once again I feel compelled to write to the Journal. I am shocked and enraged to hear about the recent murder of an innocent woman, Kathryn Steile of San Francisco,  by a fe ...

Ride to honor, support veterans

There’s roughly 11,100 miles separating the shores of the United States and the battlefields of Afghanistan. A motorcycle ride aims to honor the soldiers and veterans who hav ...

Meddlers Report – July 14

The 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 ...

Reader Input: Most religions teach tolerance

I was about to send a letter in support of Dorothy Van Huff’s excellent defense of religion (“Try for a real relationship,” Reader Input, June 26), when I saw Mr. ...

Reader Input: Blaming will solve nothing

I find it interesting that Mr. (John) Dutton cites a failure of leadership on the part of our current governor during his first term 40 years ago for the water shortage we are now ...

Reader Input: Reward troops like we do politicians

Yes Mr. (Jim) Beall Sr., I have never understood how it is that our elected officials can retire or be voted out of office and still receive the quality medical care afforded them ...

Reader Input: Skunk rescuers came through

Sending appreciation to Rick of the Placer Animal Services for helping us rescue a skunk trapped in a storm drain and let it loose in a North Auburn wilderness area nearby. Also, ...

Reader Input: Supreme Court got it wrong

Thank you, Stuart Fraser (pastor of First Baptist Church),  for standing up for the truth about homosexual marriage (“Clergies express views on marriage equality,” ...