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All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Sept. 24 and Oct. 1, 1964

Wind-whipped forest fire blackens 4,000 acres A recurring forest fire which started near Butcher Ranch on the Auburn-Foresthill Road about 4 p.m. Saturday and blackened more than ...

Media Life: Auburncentric movie magic in pre-production, soon onscreen

Media Life has a twin-bill of Auburncentric film developments this week. One is soon to be seen onscreen in the latest movie by director Jason Reitman. The other is closer to hom ...

Another View: We give until it hurts, and then we give more

Times sure have changed, when my parents immigrated in 1960 – legally, I might add — my family landed with less than $30, but my father had arranged to start working im ...

Auburn police putting squeeze on bicyclists

Auburn is well-known as a bike-friendly haven, but old rivalries between drivers and bike riders are raising the attention of law enforcement. Auburn police have been treating tra ...

Reader Input: Highway 49 hazardous on way to Cool

I’m writing to bring attention to a serious problem that seems to be getting worse as each day passes. It is the cars parking along Highway 49 at the confluence of the Middle ...

Another View: We can pity but can’t support child immigrants

I have always loved children — what normal human being doesn’t? One of the toughest decisions of my life was to become a dentist instead of a teacher. About 25 percen ...

Another View: Fix financial problems first, then find fault

There is a term recently used in a well-written column in the Journal (“Steering Auburn toward 2020,” June 4, by Kevin Hanley) that should strike fear in the hearts of ...

Cave Valley near Auburn drawing climbers 7 days a week

COOL — Now open seven days a week, the Cave Valley Climbing area in the Auburn State Recreation Area is finding its niche among climbers. On Memorial Day, climbers who had w ...

San Diego honors Cool resident who founded Women Artists of the West

COOL – At first, they thought Gloria Bilotta was dead. As it turned out, the founding member and first president of Women Artists of the West was very much alive and living ...

Reader Input: Pulling a fast one on climate change

I, too, welcome good, open talk re: climate change, but good reliable information is just as, if not more important. Mr. (Herb) Tanimoto (“Good global warming talk,” Re ...