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Reader Input: Approve shelter immediately

I support the efforts of Right Hand Auburn, Inc. to use the minimum security barracks at Dewitt Center as a temporary shelter. As the weather gets colder and wetter, many members ...

Trading places

“Higgling, haggling, swapping, dickering.” That’s how Adam Smith, the father of modern economics, once described bartering. But the practice that dates back to ...

Another View: Barracks could keep homeless warm

Right Hand Auburn, Inc. is an organization whose immediate mission is to utilize the minimum security jail barracks on a temporary basis in order to address the critical homeless s ...

People in business: Stephanie Watson

Stephanie Watson has joined Senior Care Consulting, Inc. Senior Care Consulting provides free consulting and assisted living placement services to seniors and their families. Wats ...

Reader Input: Join efforts to rescue theater

Welcome to the historic DeWitt Theatre by Bell Road in Auburn. The land on which the theater is constructed was originally part of the local Native American ancient history, and ...

Reader Input: When religion, reform collide

In Columbia, Mo., 2008, (President) Obama said, “Now Mizzou, I have two words for you tonight: five days. … We are five days from fundamentally transforming the United ...

Allstate rewards Placer High School students driven to drive safely

Placer High School students intent on improving teen safe driving accept a $500 grant early this week from Safety Center, Inc., the Allstate Foundation and local Allstate sales lea ...

Business brief: Quincy Engineering receives award for work on Foresthill Bridge

Quincy Engineering, Inc. of Sacramento has received an Honor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of California for work on the Foresthill Bridge siesmic retrof ...

AB 711 would ban lead ammunition for hunting

It may not seem like it, but it’s been more than a generation now that lead shot was banned for all waterfowl hunting and replaced with materials such as steel. In regions w ...

Student helps bring education to another nation

Serrena Carlucci does not take education for granted. From Skyridge to E.V. Cain to Placer High School (class of 2011) and currently a sophomore at Sacramento State University, she ...