E.V. Cain

Veterans Day meaningful

The 2011 Auburn Veterans Day Parade: Good job by all. Well-organized. Good attendance. Good weather. Even the two trucks who had to clear a couple of cars parked to start the parad ...

Jim Ruffalo: Times are rife with organizing and recall fever

Apparently the idea of organizing is alive and well, and I’m not talking about the Republican Party’s over-reaching debacle at Ohio. No, all anybody needs to do is look around ...

Look both ways and then cross

Re: “Palm Avenue project set to provide safe route to school,” (Journal, Oct. 12). I don’t really think that it’s necessary to widen streets or add sidewalks. I think that ...

Community came together

Operation Mom would like to thank everyone who helped in our “Make a Difference in a Military Person’s Day” at The Grocery Outlet, Saturday, Oct. 22. The generous folks of ou ...

Behind the Signature: Kathy King

A visit with the Journal’s frequent letter contributors. Kathy King Lives in: Bowman, “since 1977, when it was a little bit more rural.” King grew up in San Jose “when it ...

Community Portrait: Busy gadfly Jimmy Wall makes Auburn a better place

Jimmy Wall, age 58, is officially an Auburn local, born in the old Highlands Hospital and living in the town he loves his entire life. Wall is a man about town, and he walks everyw ...

DC Trooper angel’s actions inspire

D.C. Troopers is (a group of) eighth grade students, mostly from E.V. Cain, who plan and raise money over approximately a one-year period for an educational as well as fun trip to ...

Vivid Signs wise to newest technologies

When Jay Shinn decided he wanted a career change, he looked for a sign, literally. A year ago he opened Vivid Signs, Inc. in the Auburn Airport Business Park. “I departed the pr ...

Seventh-grader a standout baller, six feet tall

Baylee Vanderdoes’ blood runs deeps with talent on the basketball court. And in seventh-grade, she stands 6 feet tall. Vanderdoes, who attends E.V. Cain Middle School, isn’t r ...

Palm Avenue sidewalk moving forward

The city of Auburn plans to give E.V. Cain students a safe route to school through a $785,000 project, 90 percent of which will be funded by grants. In a unanimous vote Monday nig ...