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Reader Input: Gitmo price terribly high

What could possibly cost $2.8 million a year per person? Flights to the moon? Higher education in California? Obamacare? Grants for frivolous scientific study as Congressman (Doug) ...

Reader Input: Calendar a very good thing

Thank you to all involved in providing the new daily (Auburn Journal) Calendar of Events. I write not just as a person who wants to know what’s going on, but also as someon ...

Deputies hunt for burglary suspect

Placer County sheriff’s deputies searched for a man suspected of burglarizing an Auburn home Friday morning – the latest possible link in a chain of break-ins. The bur ...

Reader Input: County, city split on Costco very sad

Something happened to Costco on its way to coming to the city of Auburn. As hard as the City Council and its staff worked with the folks from Costco, they could not find a location ...

Reader Input: Vets don’t need drug therapy

Anyone can see that Carol Wallgren’s heart is in the right place (“Make mental health a priority,” Reader Input, Jan. 8), and she has genuine concerns about retur ...

Reader Input: Groundwater rules are right

How dare the state Legislature pass a law regulating the use of the state’s groundwater when Donna McCloskey has paid $30,000 for her well! (“In elections, choices matt ...

Reader Input: Make mental health a priority

Good news for health in 2015: Mental health workers at Kaiser are going on strike to protest inadequate staffing. Kaiser just paid a $4 million fine for poor service at its mental ...

Reader Input: Auburn home to warm hearts

I want this to serve as a giant thank you to all the citizens, merchants, local politicians and public safety/services of Auburn and Placer County. I moved from the Bay Area to P ...

Another View: Reality belies myths about race, welfare

The subject of racism has been on my mind of late, and it occurs to me that misconceptions are at the root of this charged issue. One of the cruelest misconceptions is that welfare ...

Community gathers around burglary victim

When thieves broke through the front door of Brian Garcia’s Colfax sporting goods store, the list of damages and stolen property looked like a serious loss. Rifles, ammo, go ...