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Reader Input: Try facts before blabbering

I keep wondering how it can be that prolific letter writer Ron Lowe can get it wrong on so many issues. I am referring to his most recent letter that appeared in the Journal on Sep ...

Reader Input: Writer needs reality check

Re: “Politicians say we’re tanking,” (Reader Input, Sept. 7). When I read Reader Input letters, I never look to see who has written the letter in advance. It is ...

Reader Input: Spokely has skills needed to serve

The November elections are fast approaching and the window of opportunity to determine which candidates for Auburn City Council are most qualified will quickly close. We demonstr ...

Reader Input: Fair fan sorely disappointed

I am writing in regards to the disappointment I felt after leaving the fair (early) Sunday evening. Every year, since I was little, I have looked forward to the Gold Country Fair ...

Reader Input: The very rich taxed lightly

In case anyone missed the announcement from the Federal Reserve a few days ago, the rich once again got rich and the poor got poorer. The median income of the top 10 percent incr ...

Reader Input: Unaware he’s living in Utopia

In response to Ron Lowe’s letter of Sept. 7, “Politicians say we’re tanking”: Sigmund Freud’s theory of dreams suggested that dreams were a represen ...

IRS phone scam picks up in Auburn

Another telephone scam is rearing its ugly head in the Auburn area, but this time criminals are targeting taxpayers. The fairly sophisticated scheme uses a voice recording to aler ...

Reader Input: Is new city employee an overachiever?

The new administrative services director, Dylan Feik, must be an amazing person (“New key city player has sights set on Auburn life,” Journal, Sept. 4). The article i ...

Reader Input: Highway 49 trash a shame

I was out for a walk on Highway 49 near Cramer Road last Sunday. People drive by at 65 mph, and somehow they have a way to drop lots of trash along the roadside. I was walking ...

New key city player has sights set on Auburn life

To hear Auburn’s new Administrative Services Director tell it, this city is a perfect fit for his active family. When 29-year-old Dylan Feik came to town to interview for th ...