Auburn Journal

Reader Input: Missing sports play-by-play

Auburn loves Placer High School sports and our athletes. Please bring back the play-by-play articles so we can celebrate our students, see their photos, hear their voices, and re ...

All Those Years Ago … from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Dec. 17 and 24, 1964

Great stone face campaign brings ideas of all sorts The campaign to rid downtown Auburn of the Great Stone Face – the big blank wall on the Post Office addition – cont ...

Reader Input: Thanks to all for a great parade

Each year we come together on the first Saturday of December to celebrate the Festival of Lights Parade, brought to you by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce. While we enjoy the colo ...

The magic of baking Christmas cookies

I wanted to make Christmas cookies this year but did not want to make the same traditional sugar cookies that we have all made. The reindeer cutouts with red candy noses and blac ...

All Those Years Ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Dec. 3 and 10, 1964

Christmas tree detective work The United States Forest Service confiscated some 485 Christmas trees which had allegedly been cut illegally in the Pilot Creek area of the Eldorado ...

Meddlers Report – Nov. 25

The Meddlers is an open-forum meeting sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce that meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday at Auburn City Hall, 1225 Lincoln Way. Auburn Journal reporter ...

Much to do with those holiday leftovers

Thanksgiving, a day to give thanks for all that we are so fortunate to have. Family, friends and yes food. There is a lot we can be thankful for, however, this sobering statistic ...

No love lost between Sheriff Boggs and lawbreaker Barter

Placer County is seldom mentioned in the annals of the Old West’s pantheon of lawmen and gun fighters despite the fact that Auburn’s J.C. Boggs was one of the era&rsquo ...

Reader Input: So grateful to meet daughter

I read Penne Usher’s column of Nov. 23 with tears streaming (“The search that filled in some important missing pieces.”) As a frightened and naive 19-year-old, ...

All Those Years Ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Nov. 19 and 26, 1964

Thieves believe in signs – even the big ones Disappearance of the 500 pound slab of redwood that has served as the signboard at the entrance to Squaw Valley State Park sinc ...