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I-80 road rage suspect faces more charges
Wednesday Dec 24 2014
A woman arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon stemming from a road rage incident remains incarcerated and has had her bail increased. Dierdre Orozco, 50, was in an ...
All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Aug. 13 and 20, 1964
Wednesday Aug 13 2014
With broken ankle, Pat’s in good standing Whether he likes it or not, Gov. Edmund G. “Pat” Brown is now an honorary member – in good standing – of t ...
Reader Input: Let the punishment fit the crime
Thursday Jul 17 2014
On one hand, I do not want anger to hinder the wonderful feelings of love and connection we all felt at the recent memorial service for Barbara Crowell (“Dutch Flat cyclist d ...
Board voices water strategy
Wednesday May 21 2014
Placer County supervisors are sending a letter to Gov. Jerry Brown outlining the direction they would like to see a state water bond move toward. Board members voted to approve a ...
Reader Input: Veterans earned nation’s support
Thursday Apr 24 2014
I am outraged in reference to an article in the April 22 Auburn Journal edition entitled, “As Army shrinks, young officers being pushed out.” What is this country comin ...
Media Life: Dutch Flat, Gold Run, Towle get their due in new book
Friday Dec 06 2013
Art Sommers has made a second career out of giving Placer County-area residents a glimpse into their past through his collection of historic postcards and photos. Sommers has spen ...
Auburn once had a thriving Chinatown
Wednesday Nov 27 2013
In 1983 the Auburn Journal noted that “Old Auburn alone in the hills is almost the sole heir of (Chinese) memories. Here in small houses on a hillside, a few Chinese remain.& ...
Daredevil, BLM in dispute over downed stunt cable
Wednesday Jul 17 2013
A 4,000-foot length of quarter-inch cable is at the center of a dispute with the Bureau of Land Management that Squaw Valley daredevil Mike Wilson has already lost a federa ...
I-80 wrong-way driver arrested for DUI
Friday Jun 14 2013
A 53-year-old woman from Fair Oaks “amazingly” survived a head-on collision early Friday morning after she drove the wrong way on eastbound Interstate 80 east of Dutch ...
Highway Patrol office could close
Thursday Mar 28 2013
The stretch of Interstate east of Colfax has a series of twists, turns and uphill ascends that can cause congestion and delays for travelers, and in case of an accident, for first ...
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