Jenifer Gee

Longtime Journal editor says goodbye

The Journal recently said goodbye to a longtime community leader in its editor Deric Rothe. Rothe, who dedicated 14 years to molding the Auburn Journal into a relevant community ...

Hacking possum totally unwarranted

In response to article “Possum hacking riles up support” by Jenifer Gee, (Journal, Nov. 19): I am appalled at the blatant, senseless and deliberate killing of a possum in Lake ...

Journal wins national reporting awards

The Auburn Journal’s 49 Fire coverage has taken a first-place award in a nationwide editorial competition. The Suburban Newspapers of America announced the winners this week, aw ...

Journal promotes three newsroom employees

Three Auburn Journal newsroom employees have been promoted in an effort to strengthen Gold Country Media newspapers and Web sites. Journal News Editor Michelle Miller-Carl has be ...

Another View: Cold week creates some challenges

This has been an extraordinary week of snow, ice and cold. It’s also been a historic time for local high school football programs. Living in this community, as well as reporting ...

Our View: City should look at vicious dog policies after attack

It has been weeks since four pitbulls attacked a 17-year-old in a public parking lot in Downtown Auburn. Yet city leaders have said very little publicly about the incident, or wha ...

Cause of 49 Fire must be revealed as soon as possible

It’s been more than a month since the 49 Fire and investigators have not yet revealed the cause. Bill Mendonca, lead investigator with Cal Fire, told reporter Jenifer Gee that ...

Foresthill gun incident handled well

In the interest of clarification, I refer to the community comments quoted in Jenifer Gee’s article, “Eighth-grader brings gun to Foresthill school,” (Journal, May 29). Befo ...

News bureau will help us expand our coverage

Here at the Auburn Journal, we are changing the way we produce the news. These are tough economic times for newspapers and many other businesses. Yet, this is also a time of vast ...