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9,000 MILES AND COUNTING: Auburn’s Dan Luper is a Cardiac Trail champion

Auburn’s Dan Luper will never have to saw off  his own arm with a dull knife. Unlike Aron Ralston, Luper piggybacks every outdoors excursion with social media interacti ...

Rundel catches up on first year in the trenches

A lot has changed in Auburn and at City Hall since Tim Rundel took the helm a little over a year ago. From reorganizing entire city departments to closing a substantial budgetary ...

Officer moves up APD ladder

It’s official: The Auburn Police Department has a new sergeant on duty as of Thursday morning. While neither the position nor the officer moving into it are  necessarily ...

Reader Input: Community comes together for Scout

Early Saturday morning, June 27, Alden Brock, a 13-year-old Boy Scout from the Rosemont area of Sacramento, was caught in an unexpected flash flood in the backcountry at Philmont S ...

Reader Input: Water is costly and necessary

California’s severe water shortage is a failure of leadership. When Jerry Brown first became governor 40 years ago, California should have been planning and building faciliti ...

Reader Input: Show sensitivity to one and all

The birthday of America has just been celebrated with patriotic parades, musicals and fireworks displays. Macy’s in New York and Washington, D.C. had big programs with many ...

Meddlers Report – July 7

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: Auburn’s elves spread holiday goodness

Thank you so much to the kind Auburn elves who collected all the little flags that decorated downtown for the Fourth of July and returned them to me. God bless you. Margaretta Sw ...

Reader Input: Is it time to go to extremes?

I was corrected about my thinking that the city was paying for the new lights (“Take care of what we have,” Reader Input, July 3). OK, then. With that information it ...

Reader Input: Show brought tears to eyes

I’ve lived in the Auburn area for 37 years. I’ve been going to the Fourth of July fireworks ever since. (This year) was the best show ever! It lasted awhile and the ...

Another View: Every day is a welcome home

A good friend tells me that everything we put into the universe comes back to us, whether it’s positive or negative. I’m beginning to think she’s right, but I&rsq ...

Reader Input: Auburn showed true holiday pride

Three cheers, and a hip-hip-hoorah for the City of Auburn and all the volunteers and business sponsors who showed Auburn how to celebrate our nation’s birthday ... from the m ...

Reader Input: Sanders fights for the workers

In the two months since he announced his plans to run for president as a Democrat, Bernie Sanders has surged in the polls and is now giving Hillary Clinton more competition than an ...

Another View: It’s important that we preserve what we have for the future

A few weeks ago while I was in China I received a number of phone calls and emails regarding the demolition of the Bill Clark hangar which has been at the Auburn Airport since at l ...

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 ...