Hurricane Katrina

Reader Input: Road rage incident sparked awareness

 Re: (“Has incivility reached a crisis point in the US?,” Journal, Oct. 6) Until recently I never thought about the incivility of people here in Auburn. I have l ...

Another View: Let us send our prayers and support to Oklahoma

My heart is grieved to see the staggering devastation left in the wake of the tornadoes in Oklahoma. The number of deaths is on the rise, even as we are seeing many little miracles ...

Saints scandal shames fan

I am a football fan, and for as long as they?ve existed, I have been a fan of the New Orleans Saints. Yes, I am a New Orleans native, having moved to Auburn after losing my home to ...

Citizenry needs its firearms

Tuesday, April 3, was irony day in the Auburn Journal. On page A4, Paul Comiskey told us that his 40 years experience as a criminal defense attorney has proven that self-defense gu ...

Oil spill Obama’s ‘Katrina’

We hear again and again that the gulf oil spill may be Obama’s Katrina. When one views Obama’s flim-flam attempt to save the economy by throwing money at anything that moves, ...

Behind the Scenes: Take pride that our nation is first to help

With moist eyes and usually a lump in the throat, most of us watch the herculean efforts turned in by rescuers and aid workers in Haiti. Maybe it’s because that nation is so clo ...

Katrina victim creates beauty in Auburn garden

When tragedy hit Donna McCloskey, she turned to gardening. The Auburn resident estimates she spends a couple of hours a day tending the plants, trees, grass and flowers on her six ...