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Auburn sidewalk project criticized
Thursday Jan 15 2015
Pedestrians and cyclists could soon have an improved route from Old Town Auburn to Conheim Station, but not everyone is on board with the pricey project. At Monday night’s A ...
Changing of guard Tuesday at City Hall
Sunday Nov 30 2014
Once ballots are cast and votes verified, candidates are sworn in and make the transition from political hopefuls to public officials. Nearly a month after votes were received in ...
Trustee’s sale coming for Auburn Airport Industrial Park buildings?
Wednesday Nov 19 2014
Buildings at the Auburn Airport Industrial Park owned by a Long Beach business are in default and could be sold at auction next month. The land underneath the buildings is owned b ...
What’s the best gift anyone ever gave you?
Sunday Oct 19 2014
Let’s take a break for a few minutes and not talk about ebola, the elections, ISIS, the Mideast, climate change or anything else newsy. The days are growing shorter, the ni ...
PlacerArts announces change in leadership
Friday Oct 03 2014
Shortly following moving their headquarters to Rocklin, PlacerArts announced a change in executive leadership. Angela Tahti, the longtime executive director of the organization, s ...
Auburn community leader Virgil Traynor dead at 76
Sunday Sep 21 2014
Virgil Traynor, a long-time Auburn veterinarian whose volunteer work on behalf of his community touched many lives, died Saturday at 76. Since arriving in Auburn from veterinary s ...
Harvey Roper remembered for community service
Tuesday Sep 16 2014
Community and business leader Harvey Roper will be remembered Sunday with a celebration of his life in Auburn. Roper, 58, died Friday during a bow-hunting trip to Idaho. The cele ...
Auburn Arts Commission thinks about the outside of the box
Thursday Aug 28 2014
The Auburn Arts Commission has a lot on its mind these days. The eight-member board that is charged with — among other things — selecting and placing publicly funded vi ...
Another View: Council bears responsibility for fiscal woes
Friday Jul 18 2014
“We have met the enemy and he is us.” Cartoonist Walt Kelly’s “Pogo” character uttered this phrase in his 1971 Earth Day strip, and it can easily be ...
Another View: City budget myths hide looming peril to Auburn finances
Friday Jun 27 2014
For more than a decade now, Auburn has been viewed as a model of financial stability because of the City Council’s consistent, widely admired record of fiscal responsibility ...
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