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Reader Input: What we feed our children matters

Wow, last evening I watched the “Fed Up” movie at the State Theatre. What an eye-opener it was for me. One point that is high on my list is that this is the first gen ...

Community rallies in wake of fire

The fast-moving Applegate Fire, which burned 459 acres and destroyed six homes, was not enough to extinguish the spirit of a tight-knit community. In the wake of the destructive b ...

Fall weather expected next week

The coming work week is bringing with it the feel of crisp fall days and the chance of much needed showers. With the potential for rain slated for Monday and Tuesday, meteorologis ...

Reader Input: Tice-Raskin a superb choice

I have known Rob Tice-Raskin as a community man, father and friend for nearly 10 years, and know he would be a great judge for our community. While working full-time as a federal ...

Reader Input: Spokely leadership offers balance

I couldn’t be more enthusiastic and supportive of Matt Spokely, candidate for Auburn City Council. I have known Matt and his family for years, watched him raise his childre ...

Reader Input: Measure B deserves a ‘no’

Greed prevails. In 1991, over 13,000 Placer County residents signed petitions to stop runaway Placer County Supervisors salaries. Here we are 23 years later with the same problem. ...

McClintock, Moore exchange blows in debate

Congressman Tom McClintock and opposing congressional candidate Art Moore locked horns during a contentious debate centered on voting record, district residency and legislative exp ...

Reader Input: Prop. 47 aims to decriminalize crime

Don’t let the name fool you; there is nothing safe about Proposition 47, also known as the “Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act.” In truth, Proposition 47 is a d ...

Reader Input: Supervisors exhibit greed

Greed prevails. In 1991, over 13,000 Placer County residents signed petitions to stop runaway Placer County Supervisors’ salaries. Here we are, 23 years later, with the s ...

Reader Input: Congress needs Art Moore

With very little notice to the public, there was a debate Tuesday morning put on by the Meddlers at City Hall. Unfortunately, it was at 7 a.m. I attended, with quite a few others ...