Auburn Chamber of Commerce

Eisley Nursery is Business of the Year

There have been Eisleys on Nevada Street in Auburn for more than a century. The family, which moved to Auburn in 1909, started Eisley Nursery in the 1930s. Nearly 80 years later, ...

Community Portrait: For 25 years, she’s topped off your coffee with a smile

“I never thought that I would be waiting tables for 25 years,” said Beverly Samp before her shift began recently. The 54-year-old Samp is a waitress at Auburn’s Sizzler Rest ...

How’s business in Auburn?

Find out Friday morning when the Auburn Chamber of Commerce hosts a Power Breakfast recapping the results of the recent “Listening to Business” walk through the greater Auburn ...

Chamber walk takes pulse of business

Is there a little more optimism in 2011, compared to last year at this time? That was the initial impression of some of the participants in Wednesday’s “Listening to Business ...

Our View: McCaulou’s a sign of Auburn’s economic revival

Auburn is a great place to do business, and one of the Bay Area’s best-kept secrets soon will get the opportunity to discover that first-hand. In the process, the rest of the Au ...

LED motion sign could call for $60,000 in funding

The city of Auburn could decide Monday night to put $60,000 toward a new electronic sign. The Auburn Urban Development Authority is hearing a community presentation about a potent ...

Chamber welcomes new president at annual dinner

The first address by the new president of the Auburn Chamber of Commerce was met with mixed emotions. Holding up signs saying both “It’s torture” and “We believe,” abou ...

Our View: Despite tragedy, Sierra snowpack is great provider

With each passing winter storm, we’re reminded that Sierra snow can be a matter of life and death for those who rely on it. The tragic news last week of the death of 25-year-old ...

Installation dinner kicks off 2011 at Auburn chamber

The Auburn Chamber of Commerce will usher in a new president and honor standout members at an annual installation dinner Jan. 8. Tony Hazarian, Auburn Journal publisher, will offi ...

Parade warmed all who watched

On Saturday night (Dec. 4) the streets were lined with thousands of spectators, the Auburn Police Department along with volunteers were stationed on the route and the weather held ...

Another View: Does California have the resolve to host the Games?

The Amgen Tour rolls through town in 168 days, bringing thousands of cycling fans and a world television audience in the millions. Is Auburn ready? The Olympic flame will burn bri ...

Parade brings ‘Light’ to the holiday season

Community members can enjoy a kickoff to the holiday season Saturday. One hundred entries are expected at this year’s Festival of Lights Parade, “The Light in a Child’s Eyes ...
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