auburn

Polarized Auburn subdivision project pushes forward

In a meeting that stretched to the five-hour mark, the city council delved into city finances, the next steps in a controversial Auburn development and the community survey. A pre ...

Auburn may get innovative Tahoe water quality link

Downtown Auburn’s tourist stop has Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery’s support as one of three locations for an innovative interactive display highlighting up-to-the-minut ...

Reader Input: Fail to see need for new center

Well, here we go again — front page of the Journal on Thursday, “North Auburn shopping center close to breaking ground.” Costco gets run out of town even though t ...

Reader Input: So much for the rural lifestyle

I concur with the sentiments of Carol Rubin in the March 5 Journal. (“Winery dispute isn’t about agriculture,” Reader Input). First, recall that in our economic ...

Reader Input: No need for another shopping center

Good one, Auburn. You let Costco drop us like a hot potato and are fighting Walmart tooth and nail to keep them from coming in, but you are going forward with a new shopping center ...

Reader Input: Downtown site nurtures arts

I am always walking my children through Downtown Auburn when we noticed construction going on in the old Arts Building. We asked about what was happening. We were told it is becomi ...

Call to readers: More shopping choices

Does the Auburn community need a new shopping center? Tell us why or why not. We need your help keeping this conversation going. We want to publish your letters, but they must in ...

Reader Input: ‘Sweet Dreams’ pleased them all

My family surely enjoyed the Sweet Can Production titled “Sweet Dreams” at the State Theatre in Auburn on this past Sunday. The family consisted of three rowdy boys, ...

Reader Input: Defend choice in foodstuffs

Support Utah House Bill 104 (HB 104) — restore property rights and herd shares to Utah. This is not the government’s role. People of the United States should have the ...

Reader Input: Invite homeless into your homes

No matter how I write this someone will interpret this as homeless bashing and I suppose it is. You’ll be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t believe the homeless ...