City of Auburn

Reader Input: Dutch Bros. has right to expand

Response to Linda Rector regarding Dutch Bros. Coffee (“Coffee drinkers deserve choices,” Reader Input, Dec. 9): I was disappointed to see Linda Rector’s commen ...

Reader input: A tip of the hat to the butt patrol

The city of Auburn owes Sally Dawley a debt of gratitude for her work in attempting to clean up litter in our community, specifically cigarette butts (more politely called “c ...

City of Auburn meets with new leadership, old challenges

With the season nearly signaling the end of 2014, the city is ramping up to meet the challenges of a new year with some new leadership. At a little over a month away from the new ...

Couple battles city, contractor over home flaws

The Daily home sits perched over a ravine in the Granite Bay Vista neighborhood. From the outside it fits in well with the other luxurious homes on the block — until you get ...

Council weighs in on short-term stays in Auburn

Travelers may soon have a slew of options when it comes to finding lodging in the city of Auburn. Council members approved the first reading of proposed changes to the city’ ...

Reader Input: Spokely brings energy, passion

I couldn’t be more enthusiastic and supportive of Matt Spokely, candidate for Auburn City Council. I have known Matt and his family for years, watched him raise his children ...

Auburn's Palm Avenue work nearly done

(Auburn Journal photo) Students and parents hoping to ride or walk on the improved Palm Avenue roadway or new sidewalk leading to E.V. Cain School will be able to in about two week ...

Another View: On politics, policy and the Wild Kingdom

For my generation, the 1975 music video “I’m Just a Bill,” by School House Rock was our first introduction to civics. Kids still watch this classic video. As the ...

Reader Input: Heroin series a call to action

The recent three-part series and editorial concerning heroin use in this area was a welcome example of real journalism in a local newspaper. This kind of in-depth reporting was onc ...

Another View: Slick city-chamber deal raises eyebrows, questions

This is a tale of how things get done in Auburn. In its June 17 meeting, the chronically verbose Placer County Board of Supervisors approved the purchase of the Auburn Depot for ...