Jack Sanchez

Salmon run bigger this year

The numbers are low by historical standards, but this year’s expected 122,000 salmon run on the Sacramento River is promising. “Any improvement is good news because we’re so ...

Pitbull ‘ban’ like racial profiling

The banning of pitbulls as suggested by Quintin Bohnet, (Reader Input, Nov. 5) and many others, is known in some circles as racial profiling. The politically correct among us wil ...

Resurgence of bald eagles bodes well for our community

The recent surge in bald eagle sightings in the greater Auburn area is good news. Not only are the once-severely threatened majestic birds a national treasure, but they are an imp ...

Restoration efforts spawn beaver vs. salmon questions

Spawning chinook salmon will be swimming their way up Auburn Ravine Creek to Downtown Auburn by the fall of 2012. That is if the funding comes through to make their journey easier ...

Don’t attack writers for letters they didn’t pen

I read the Auburn Journal frequently. I am an avid reader in particular of the letters to the editor section. One thing I have learned in my many years, is that how you talk about ...

Costly inauguration OK for Dems, but not GOP

In your Auburn Journal dated Friday, Jan. 16, there was a letter written by Chuck Mortensen from Colfax, “Where’s the outrage over $150 million inauguration?” Boy, he hit th ...

Where’s the outrage over $150 million inauguration?

Come on Ron Lowe, Chris Hamm, Jack Sanchez, and all you other Bush bashers. Where’s the rage? Four years ago when it was announced that the inauguration was going to cost $40,000 ...

SARSAS snags salmon expert

A local group intent on returning salmon to the Auburn Ravine has snagged one of California’s top fish experts. Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and Steelhead just obtained the service ...

Efforts made to save salmon

Salmon suffering in the low-flowing Auburn Ravine will find temporary relief through the weekend. Because of low water flows associated with the end of irrigation season, salmon s ...

Kranz’s actions should not win him another term

Placer County Supervisor Bruce Kranz serves Kranz. The general public is aware of Kranz accepting large donations from developers, appointing Michelle Ollar-Burris to the Planning ...