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Reader Input: A few words on Journal survey
Tuesday May 14 2013
In response to the survey that was sent out by the Auburn Journal, I think the Journal will find out there are mainly six things that irritate people. No. 1. The readers want to ...
Too bad for the public at hearing
Friday Oct 05 2012
The Sept. 17 Midway Heights Water District public hearing on raising monthly service charges, and treated and irrigation water rates, was a lesson in how not to treat your customer ...
Moving forward at the Journal
Thursday Oct 13 2011
What is going on at the Auburn Journal? It’s a fair question. And one that’s been asked by many community members of Journal staff members as we do our job of reporting on the ...
Sports should cover Auburn
Thursday Oct 28 2010
Why does the Auburn Journal read more like the Colfax Record or Loomis News when it comes to the sports section? It is the Auburn Journal and those two areas do have their own pape ...
Our View: Rep. McClintock already paid to represent us
Tuesday Sep 28 2010
The cash-strapped city of Colfax recently agreed to pay former Congressman John Doolittle $30,000 to lobby the federal government on wastewater issues. Since news of the deal was ...
Local ordinances bill a step back for public information
Tuesday Jun 16 2009
When was the last time you went to the city of Auburn’s Web site? The Placer County government Web site? Did you go there to browse, or did you have a specific question? Did you ...
News bureau will help us expand our coverage
Friday Apr 24 2009
Here at the Auburn Journal, we are changing the way we produce the news. These are tough economic times for newspapers and many other businesses. Yet, this is also a time of vast ...
Helen Bale: Beloved writer, lifelong teacher
Tuesday Apr 14 2009
Stories were the bread of life for Helen Tierney Bale. From her first days as a high school editor to her final days as an Auburn Journal columnist, stories provided her a way to c ...
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