Bill George

Rail history quirks and foibles aired in Auburn

Auburn’s connections to some big moments in history got their due Friday in a dual presentation revolving around building of the Central Pacific Railroad through Placer Count ...

Media Life: New book roadmaps Placer’s historic “Rails, Tales and Trails”

  While most history writers stick to doing their rambling through dusty tomes, Granite Bay’s Bill George has taken the roadbed less taken to author “Rails, Tales ...

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 ...

Auburn dam benefits who?

I am writing in response to the (March 18) letter written by Bill George regarding the cost of the Auburn dam that Congressman (Tom) McClintock supports. Mr. George is addressing ...

Deep six the Auburn dam

Re: “Taxpayers don’t foot dam cost” (Reader Input, March 18). Bill George, Tom McClintock’s press secretary, makes the claim that our poor congressman is misunderstood and ...

Taxpayers don’t foot dam cost

A recent letter writer completely misunderstands Congressman (Tom) McClintock’s position on financing the Auburn dam (Reader Input, Feb. 24). As chairman of the House Water and ...

Congressman opposes excess

A recent letter writer (Reader Input, July 11) complains about Congressman Tom McClintock’s vote against a bill to extend unemployment benefits to 99 weeks. This bill spends $34 ...

McClintock swipe unfair

The Auburn Journal takes an unfair swipe at Congressman (Tom) McClintock in its Jan. 31 editorial. It says, “McClintock comes back to the district regularly to visit with fifth-g ...

McClintock stuck to facts

Larry Smith of Auburn (Reader Input, Dec. 17) accuses Rep. Tom McClintock of using “emotional arguments and empty catch-phrases” and “anger and fear tactics” to bash the go ...

McClintock announces his dream team

Newly elected 4th District Congressman Tom McClintock, who is being sworn in today at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., is looking forward to committee appointments and has put toge ...