Cheryl Maki

Think Auburn First caters to folks who like a good sale

The third annual Think Auburn First Week continues through Friday with a bevy of local shops offering products and services at huge discounts. The week-long sale showcases the uniq ...

Auburn artist expresses himself in clay

Auburn resident Anthony Maki Gill said he likes the spontaneity and expression of working with clay. Gill, 42, a Placer High graduate, has been sculpting clay for more than 20 yea ...

Auburn rich in service clubs

I would like to thank you for acknowledging and explaining so wonderfully what Soroptimist International of Auburn does in your editorial (Editor’s View, March 23). Our club is ...

Ruffalo: Maki ponders post-hip-surgery supervisor run

Wringing out the notebook while wondering just how high gasoline prices — and the state’s deficit, for that matter — have to go before we start drilling for our own oil ... ...

These athletes are world-class

I want to say thank you for the article you did on Michael O’Rourke (Journal, Feb. 2). He certainly deserves some recognition in our community. He and his wife, Suzanne, own ...

Council approves $28,000 for regional plant study

By March Auburn residents could know how much they would be spending on their sewer bills if a regional wastewater treatment plant became a reality. Monday night the Auburn City C ...

Ease your nerves and shop local

I have a solution for Mike Fredy’s miserable shopping expedition to Roseville the other evening (Reader Input, Dec. 22): “Think Auburn First!”  Shopping locally, when you c ...

Community Festival sponsors honored

The Auburn Community Festival honored sponsors at Ceronix Inc. recently, celebrating the success of the 14th annual local extravaganza that celebrates harvest time and life in the ...

Who is Auburn’s next mayor?

The most likely candidates for Auburn mayor are already lined up. Tuesday residents voted incumbents Mike Holmes, Bridget Powers and Kevin Hanley back into their City Council seat ...

Kevin Hanley earns his votes

There is a reason that the city of Auburn is not suffering and on the verge of bankruptcy in this time of universal economic woes. It is the leadership of some of our city council ...