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Another View: Storming the castle walls of college

Can Hollywood teach us anything about politics? Anyone who saw the movie Robin Hood (2011) remembers the dramatic and bloody scene in which Robin Hood, played by Russell Crowe, lea ...

Reader Input: Before signing, read Medi-Cal fine print

If you’re between the ages of 55 and 64 and newly qualified for Medi-Cal because of the Affordable Care Act, take care to read the fine print before you sign up. The Estate ...

Reader Input: Water before bullet trains

I want to congratulate the Placer County Water Agency for its ability to make sure that water is an affordable commodity for all of us. I got my bill today and I blew a cork. This ...

District 3 rodeo helps rock Rock Springs

ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. – Around 1,500 cowboys and cowgirls from the United States, Canada and Australia gathered for the National High School Rodeo Associations Championships Jul ...

Meddlers Report – July 30, 2014

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 ...

Reader Input: Forget new tax; we pay enough

Lately, there has been talk of special interests placing an oil tax on the ballot in 2016. The Legislature has repeatedly introduced bills proposing an oil tax, but they never ma ...

Product launch means big business for Auburn startup

An Auburn solar startup company is making serious headway in their industry with the release of their second product in just the last two months. For Auburn-based Enable Energy, t ...

Storm systems may mean more ‘rain’

In the height of a drought, even the light sprinkles Auburn experienced Sunday night are enough to raise hopes for the coming months. According to National Weather Service meteoro ...

Reader Input: Splitting state will cost big

Let me second the notion that Tim Draper and his separatist California clan are nut cases. Recently, there was a vote to split Ukraine. Is that where Draper got this far-fetched ...

All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, July 16 and 23, 1964

Gov. Brown breaks ankle at Auburn Valley Golf Course Gov. Edmund G. Brown came to Auburn Tuesday for a game of golf and returned to Sacramento with a fractured ankle. Playing at ...