Auburn Journal

Out of tragedy comes positive change

Thank you, Placer County supervisors, Auburn Journal and community one-and-all, for the support my family and I have received since June 5 when our little Lucky girl was taken from ...

McClintock no vote-counter

An Auburn Journal article of Aug. 7, (“Placer Republicans leery of Washington budget moves”) quotes a local city councilman who alleges that Congressman (Tom) McClintock “was ...

Jim Ruffalo: Auburn’s entrepreneurs prevail in tough times

By now, most of us read the story in The Journal last week where Gov. Jerry Brown was singing the blues because just a month into the state budget, tax revenues are so far south th ...

Don’t overlook Placer Hills

At first glance, I was pleased to see the Auburn Journal’s recent (Aug. 8) article about charter school options available to area families. Unfortunately, the Journal neglected t ...

Check out relay Aug. 20-21

I would like to thank the Auburn Journal and writer Bridget Jones for the wonderful articles on the Relay For Life here in Auburn. I hope that these articles inspire people to not ...

Tell City Council how you feel

After viewing Andy Lukkonen’s “Visual Viewpoint” last Sunday, July 24, I was left saddened. Why? Because I could imagine the neither the (Journal) nor Andy Lukkonen printing ...

Community Portrait: An aptitude for fixing things carries him through

Auburn’s Bill Carpenter has lived a lot of life in his 76 years. He has the looks and has the energy of a man 10 years his junior; he has seen many things over the years and has ...

Mocks’ letters appreciated

In the July 10th Auburn Journal Susan Rushton suggested writing a fan letter to someone you admire. So I would like to submit a fan letter to Bob and Ginny Mock through the media t ...

News article assisted fawn finder

Thank you, Auburn Journal, for running articles about local non-profit organizations. While mowing the pasture, over the July Fourth weekend, I came across a newborn fawn in the ta ...

Complaints about show trivial, callous

I was shocked by the callous, thoughtless letter sent to the Auburn Journal by Kristine Coman Nelson regarding her “disappointment” with this year’s Fourth of July events in ...