Auburn Journal

Moving forward at the Journal

What is going on at the Auburn Journal? It’s a fair question. And one that’s been asked by many community members of Journal staff members as we do our job of reporting on the ...

Longtime Journal editor says goodbye

The Journal recently said goodbye to a longtime community leader in its editor Deric Rothe. Rothe, who dedicated 14 years to molding the Auburn Journal into a relevant community ...

Photo ID not so much to ask

My wife constantly accuses me of being naïve and I admit to believing in something until negative evidence in the belief is just too preponderant to continue supporting it. Case ...

Auburn needs a city charter

In response to “Charter makes it way to election ballot,” Journal, Sept. 13, I find it interesting that the story decided to give voice to one person who opposes the charter bu ...

Journal to discontinue Doonesbury strip

The Auburn Journal is no longer running the Doonesbury political cartoon by Garry Trudeau. A recent series of strips contained offensive language and content that the Journal deem ...

‘Doonesbury’ offended reader

I wish to apprise you of my concerns regarding some of the Auburn Journal content, editorial and otherwise. My recent concern is the comic strip, “Doonesbury.” I have enclosed ...

Letter a ‘mish-mash’

The letter written by Dee Nann and published by the Journal on Sept. 18 is a mishmash of nonsense, fantasy, vitriol and disrespect. She begins by calling our president a jackass. W ...

Journal’s owner honored with lifetime achievement award

The man at the helm of the company that owns the Auburn Journal was recently honored with a national award for his life’s work. Bill Brehm Sr., chairman of Brehm Communications, ...

State may slash school bus funds

It was uplifting to read recent articles in the Auburn Journal about community members providing much-needed financial support for sports teams at Placer High School. May I suggest ...

Another View: 49 Fire anniversary stirs many memories

While being compact and informative, Gus Thomson’s piece in Tuesday’s Journal also rang a chord somewhere in the depths of my subconscious, which is tough to do considering som ...