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Reader Input: Ruffcorn is a cop and not a firefighter

I have great concern with the Auburn City Council considering making permanent the appointment of Police Chief John Ruffcorn to the position of “Director of Emergency Service ...

"Butt lady of Auburn" surpasses 100,000 mark

What cigarette butts lurk in the heart of Auburn? Sally Dawley knows. Like an unwitting hero driven to do the right thing, she has made clearing the streets of trash a personal mis ...

Meddlers Report – March 24

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: Thank you to Auburn artists

I live in Downtown Auburn and, of course, love living here. It’s so pleasurable to walk the streets and Central Square. I also have all these whimsically painted utility bo ...

Committee will explore annexation

Mayor’s commendation: The mayor and city council issued commendations to the area artists responsible for the artwork on several Auburn utility boxes. The eight artists recog ...

County responds to Costco suit

Placer County issued its first public statement Friday evening regarding the city’s plans to sue over the North Auburn Costco project. The brief statement pushes back agains ...

Will Auburn sue county over Costco?

The first Auburn City Council meeting of the new year has all the makings of a long, discussion-filled gathering. Among other items, the council will be talking about the short-te ...

Reader Input: County, city split on Costco very sad

Something happened to Costco on its way to coming to the city of Auburn. As hard as the City Council and its staff worked with the folks from Costco, they could not find a location ...

Auburn casts wider net for surveys

If you want your voice heard, but don’t feel like sitting through a City Council meeting, you may have your opportunity: The community survey is now open to the general publi ...

Nesbitt: City to change for the better

There are no two ways about it: Auburn is in the midst of transition. New blood on the City Council, a newish city manager and finance director, and the reorganization of several ...