John F. Kennedy

Reader Input: Wartime memories a priceless lesson

When it comes to addressing “E.V. Cain students get firsthand history lesson,” (Journal, March 4), it is difficult to know where to begin. In no particular order, one ...

Reader input: America will miss our Jack

America was in a different place before JFK’s death. The Kennedy family was our royal family, led by our Jack. A “new frontier” would emerge with “great vig ...

Remembering ‘the day the world stopped’ 50 years ago

  For those alive on Nov. 22, 1963, news that President John F. Kennedy had been shot is burrowed deep into youthful memories. Today, five decades later, the assassination o ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Mandarin festival this weekend in Auburn; Remembering the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination and Media Life

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Ready to get your mandarin on? The Mountain Mandarin Festival is coming to the Gold Country Fairgrounds starting tomorrow. Reporter Andrew Westrope wil ...

Reader Input: Educate for the common good

This is the season of graduations and young people stepping out into the world full of hope and plans. I would like to share a quote from President John F. Kennedy: “There ...

Rescuing JFK and war stories among "Host" Lions speaker's memories

Lieutenant Commander Ted Robinson was among the men who received a coconut during World War II that would shape the course of American history. Carved into it was this message fr ...

Diehard music fans alive and well in Auburn

Do you remember the Beatles’ final 1966 concert in Candlestick Park in San Francisco? Larry Gosch does because he was there. Gosch, who owns Encore Music on High Street in Downt ...