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Media Life: Nostalgic Auburn Facebook page floods memory banks

  You have to hand it to the social network Facebook. It’s really opened up a lot of doors for nostalgia to sneak in and push some of the levers connected to many peopl ...

Another View: Don’t let the smart phone delete your sense of common courtesy

I’m not even sure what you’re supposed to call them these days — cell phones, mobile phones, wireless phones or smart phones. One thing is for certain – the ...

Reader Input: Name-calling underscores ignorance

I enjoyed your article on the A Beka home school textbooks (“Home school textbooks put parents in control,” Journal, July 19). As a former home-schooling mom, I used to ...

Reader Input: Journal banned in China?

Having just returned from a two-week trip to China led by Mike Holmes and attended by several locals including the Makis, Kay Whitaker and Joanne Valentine, I thought it was worthy ...

Social media is here to stay

  “It’s Girl Scout cookie time.” This post was on the Facebook page for my neighborhood. My response was simple: “This is the single greatest reason ...

The Criminal Network: Auburn detective uses social media in drug ring bust

Social media prides itself on connecting people – friends, family, co-workers. Criminals and police detectives? Det. Adam Cline, of the Auburn Police Department, spent year ...

School Bulletin: Coyote Ridge educator named Teacher of the Year

Coyote Ridge educator named Teacher of the Year The Rotary Club of Roseville recently honored Sheri Balakian as Teacher of the Year in the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School Distri ...

Time to legislate online privacy

What many readers (“Facebook is public forum,” Reader Input, July 5) seem to have missed in the Facebook debate is that employers are not asking to look at candidates&r ...

Facebook is public forum

Re: ?Keep Facebook privacy intact? (Journal, May 3): I understand Molly Carter?s argument that bosses should not be allowed to view their current or potential employees? Facebook ...

Facebook stock falls after IPO

NEW YORK - Facebook's stock is tumbling well below its $38 IPO price in the social network's second day of trading as a public company on Monday. By late afternoon, Facebook's stoc ...