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Reader Input: Fight to keep Auburn special
Friday Apr 11 2014
I am sending this out to all concerning the Dewitt Theater. I have just read a very disturbing comment from a reader who does not know what he is talking about (“Theater buil ...
Reader Input: There’s money to be made in retro
Wednesday Mar 26 2014
Regards: Loss of an historic district. Alert town leaders. Wealth abounds in the Americana fashion trend. Anything and everything in the Americana spirit is all the rave and craz ...
Reader Input: Preserve our bit of history
Wednesday Mar 19 2014
I recently attended an extremely enjoyable concert Saturday held at the Music & More Theatre. It perfectly set the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day activities and in a setting ...
Reader Input: So sad to see Auburn devolve
Friday Mar 14 2014
Well, well, well! So the Placer County supervisors have chosen money over history and small organizations and businesses who now have to move (“Speed bumps emerge in Costco c ...
Reader Input: Wartime memories a priceless lesson
Thursday Mar 13 2014
When it comes to addressing “E.V. Cain students get firsthand history lesson,” (Journal, March 4), it is difficult to know where to begin. In no particular order, one ...
Where the streets split – Auburn’s triangle
Wednesday Mar 05 2014
There’s an odd-shaped piece of land, a triangle among all the rectangles, in the heart of Auburn where Lincoln Way and High Street part company. Today it is a garden and gift ...
The life and times of the Hotel Auburn
Wednesday Feb 05 2014
Although it was named the Hotel Auburn, everybody in town referred to it as the Auburn Hotel. Perhaps the builders chose to name it Hotel Auburn because there had been an Auburn ...
All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Nov. 14 and 21, 1963
Wednesday Nov 20 2013
1,300 men work on project Placer County’s Middle Fork American Project is now employing over 1,300 men who are being paid a total of approximately $1,500,000 a month. &ld ...
They called him ‘Big Dip’ (and smiled when they said it)
Wednesday Nov 13 2013
Frank Dependener lived up to his nickname of “Big Dip.” He was 6-feet-7-inches tall and broad-shouldered and was one of Auburn’s most colorful lawmen. He and Sh ...
All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Oct. 17 and 24, 1963
Wednesday Oct 23 2013
Jury frees John Brancu on manslaughter charge Seventy-three-year old John Brancu walked out of court a free man last week after he was found not guilty of manslaughter in the fat ...
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