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Auburn Recreation District
Reelect quiet hero to ARD
Thursday Oct 25 2012
I’d like to recommend voting for our most precious Auburn Recreation District board member. I know him from Gold Country Toastmasters, where he has long been an active member, an ...
Reelect our local oracle
Monday Oct 22 2012
I’m not easily impressed, but Gordy Ainsleigh, our main man on the Auburn Recreation and Park District Board, impresses me. Twenty years ago, Doctor Gordy was exhorting the evil ...
Local senior learned lesson of giving back early
Friday Sep 28 2012
Great, great granddaughter of a Placerville hanging judge, Paula Leahy is no stranger to the area. Her family goes back to the vigilante days in Placerville where her mother was th ...
Recreation board working for ADA compliance
Tuesday Sep 18 2012
A proposed plan to make Auburn parks compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act is estimated to cost $1.9 million, but officials are working to address those issues in a mo ...
ARD sets course for family fun
Monday Sep 03 2012
There’s a new endurance test coming to Auburn for those who like to get down and dirty. On Saturday, Sept. 29, the local Area Recreation and Park District will host the first an ...
Noon Hour Update: Common Core education standards; Sierra’s Emergency Fund; Labor Day law enforcement and ARD race
Friday Aug 31 2012
Welcome to the Auburn Journal’s “Noon Hour Update,” where we’ll present you with stories and updates on what’s going on in the news and what we’ ...
Crowded highways, recreation areas in store for holiday weekend
Wednesday Aug 29 2012
The sun doesn’t set on summer until Sept. 22, but millions will hit the highways this weekend in celebration of the Labor Day season finale holiday. Locally, many of those visit ...
Four strings rule at first Auburn ukulele festival
Thursday Aug 16 2012
The ukulele is a happy instrument. That’s what drew Cliff Johnson to the four-stringed instrument in 2005. His wife died, he said, and, “I needed to fill the void in my ...
Dog training is all about who’s the boss
Friday Aug 10 2012
Leadership not bribery is a philosophy Victor Rogo has been training dogs with for 39 years. Rogo, teacher of Dog Training 101 offered through Auburn Recreation District, believes ...
Heat wave bringing triple digits through the weekend
Wednesday Aug 08 2012
The heat wave that’s kept the Midwest sweltering for the past few weeks is headed this way, bringing triple digits at least through the weekend. “The ridge is moving back west ...
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