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Reader Input: Good Samaritans helped at Sugar Pine

I want to thank Sue and her husband (he declined to give me his full name) for helping me at Sugar Pine Friday morning. I decided to take my two big, beautiful labs for a walk/sw ...

Reader Input: Bicyclists need to stay aware, too

I find it interesting that you are reporting that the local bicycle club is having a safety meeting as a result of a young lady being injured on the streets of Auburn (“Aubur ...

Reader Input: Story wrongly praised dated mindset

I think it’s cockeyed to celebrate a high school boy for playing football since October with a broken thumb (“Injury not stopping Mekebri from having a monster season,& ...

Rocklin loses tight one to host Oak Ridge

EL DORADO HILLS  - The Rocklin Thunder entered Friday night looking to get back on track against the Oak Ridge Trojans. They left with another frustrating defeat, but a much i ...

One in hospital, two discharged in Auburn restaurant patio crash

The scene was chaotic after an SUV plowed into a table and three diners outside Tio Pepe Mexican Restaurant on Monday afternoon in Old Town Auburn. By late Tuesday, one man remain ...

Reader Input: Fire station’s help a blessing

When we think back on an eventful year, we have many blessings to count. One very big one is the assistance we received from the Higgins Fire Station personnel at Combie Road and ...

AB 2451 will bankrupt us

Assembly Speaker (John A.) Perez has authored a stealth bill, AB 2451, that will cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars. At present, survivors of public safety workers who ...

Thanks to our fine rescuers

To all emergency and fire department personnel: I wanted to say thank you for all you do every day in the lives of the people around you. I am so grateful for the help you provided ...

Mountain bikers belong on road

I just read Gus Thomson’s piece in the Auburn Journal (March 11) about the railroad people leveling the illegal mountain biker track on its property. While I strongly support the ...

Don’t wait for authorities’ call

This letter is for every parent with a child at Placer High. If your child does not take a lunch to school and therefore must walk to town for lunch, then listen up. Please teach y ...