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Hit-and-run driver still sought by CHP

The California Highway Patrol was still looking Thursday for the driver of a vehicle that killed a tow-truck driver who had parked on the side of Interstate 80 on Tuesday. The driv ...

Nation should follow ‘our say’

The problem with our world, our country, is we elect people to represent us as individuals, as if we can’t discern what’s best for ourselves and our country. Not to mention onc ...

Let us respect one another

It was special to see a statue of Martin Luther King, Jr. being erected in Washington, D.C. He was a great godly man, and was a tremendous example for all of us. Has it ever occurr ...

Nation overtaken in bloodless coup

My name is John Albert Dummett, Jr. I am a registered Federal Election Commission candidate for president of the United States in 2012 on the Republican ticket. Article II, Section ...

Former Auburn man’s killer gets 40-years-to-life prison sentence

A man convicted of killing a former Auburn resident was sentenced to more than 40 years in prison Tuesday. Joseph Kenneth Lopez, Jr., 21, was handed the maximum sentence of 43-ye ...

Warehouse stores memories of champions

One step into Paul Brocker III’s warehouse in Auburn and your eyes cannot help but wander the walls filled with local memorabilia. Original billboard art, campaign posters encou ...

Authorities searching for real estate broker

Authorities are searching for a Nevada County real estate broker who faces 73 criminal counts for allegedly “deceiving” his investors and borrowers, which include an Auburn man ...

MLK celebration was a wonderful day

Thank you Jenifer Gee for attending and writing a wonderful article for our Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Event (Journal, Feb. 2)! It was, indeed, a wonderful day. We would l ...