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Reader Input: Exploit state’s oil resources

California citizens should benefit from state’s resources. We should be doing whatever possible to develop California’s economy and employment. So, I’m insist ...

Reader Input: Try facts before blabbering

I keep wondering how it can be that prolific letter writer Ron Lowe can get it wrong on so many issues. I am referring to his most recent letter that appeared in the Journal on Sep ...

Reader Input: Illegals are a great resource

In this ever-changing and unpredictable world that we live in it’s always comforting to know that we can talk about Mexicans. It’s very clear that they are responsible ...

Jobless, cities could be first to feel budget pain

  WASHINGTON (AP) — Who'll be the first to feel the sting?   Jobless Americans who have been out of work for a long time and local governments that ...

Reader Input: GOP moves the goal line

During the presidential campaign the Republicans said that the Democrats would never get the unemployment rate into the eighth percentile. When they did, the Republicans said it wa ...

Forecast: California economy poised to pick up speed while US lags

LOS ANGELES ? California will make steady gains in employment and its jobless rate will dip below double digits next year as the housing market finally halts its plunge, UCLA forec ...

Jobs coming soon at Auburn Home Depot

Seasonal hires are slated to be brought on board at the Auburn Home Depot soon. Leonard Schafer, Assistant Manger of the Auburn Home Depot, said how many positions are available ...

Our leaders just don’t get it

We hear so much about the economy and jobs, and yet the real problems are left unattended. The huge businesses continue to boast big profits while they are neglecting to hire or r ...

Thunder Valley Casino interviewing for more than 600 jobs

Lincoln — With the hotel and casino expansion on track to open in July 2010, Thunder Valley Casino and Resort is now taking applications for more than 600 new jobs. Applicants ca ...

Save the Sierra vocational courses

I read, with tears in my eyes, how Sierra College wants to eliminate the agriculture, construction and automotive programs (Journal, Jan. 27). So what idiot(s) without any common ...