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Reader Input: God brings us greatest peace

I read this recently, and it was such an encouragement, that I want to share it. “Months after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, psychiatris ...

Warm weather confusing to crops

A little warm weather is all it takes to trick plants into an early bloom. The spring-like weather of late – sans rain – is doing just that and leaving growers wonderin ...

Auburn-based business onward, upward

“Unstoppable” seems an apt description for the young, Auburn-based technology company making big waves in the investing world. From the new headquarters in the Saratog ...

Reader Input: Glad to hear hydro project dropped

Well, it is a happy day here to hear that the Kruger Energy company decided to drop the hydro project on Clementine (“Costs put Lake Clementine power plant development plan o ...

Reader Input: Placer taxpayers, prepare to be fleeced

A Dec. 4, 2014 Auburn Journal article headline was, “Placer County faces bleak transportation future” with a subheading, “Is a sales tax solution feasible for reg ...

Reader Input: Thank you to Auburn artists

I live in Downtown Auburn and, of course, love living here. It’s so pleasurable to walk the streets and Central Square. I also have all these whimsically painted utility bo ...

Reader Input: Lowered gas prices a big plus

I read with amusement the front-page article by Eyragon Eidam on “Gas prices low, but at what cost?” (Journal, Jan. 23). Glaringly absent was any reference to the mon ...

Reader Input: Is Costco fight revenue-linked?

Has anyone really looked into why the City of Auburn does not want Costco in the (Placer) County? How about the fact that Costco is planning to install about 20 gas pumps? Think th ...

Reader Input: Expand our use of fossil energy

Our president (in his recent State of the Union speech) wants to replace our fossil energy systems with expensive, unreliable and intermittent sources like solar and wind to save u ...

Reader Input: Cutting libraries in better times

At this point in the economic recovery, why has Placer County (the Board of Supervisors) decided to reduce library hours? I thought things were getting better. I’d love to ...