Knight Wagner

Reader Input: Leave homeless camps alone

Well — here we go again — a lady with a clipboard and a cop with a gun (“City presses homeless camp cleanup,” Journal, Nov. 19). They run the homeless to Co ...

Reader Input: It’s getting mean out there

There is no reason to read the newspaper before you go to get a haircut. All the men there have already read it. Believe me, you know right off they did. All the news is being ta ...

Reader Input: Writer’s world does a flip-flop

Back in the ’50s, when I was in the Navy, I was on a ship in Long Beach. I wrote my mother, in Iowa, that everybody here has a tan and is happy. I also said that all the gi ...

Reader Input: The simple joys of our youth

Knight Wagner, your letter published Sept. 27 had it all (“The old days are gone forever”) ... satire, drama, humor, pathos, but of course that’s coming from a ma ...

Reader Input: The old days are gone forever

I was pushing the cart in the Safeway grocery store for my wife yesterday, when I came upon a lady with three kids. Her cart was loaded to the top. The kids were giving her a har ...

Reader Input: ‘F-bomb’ flung much too often

I want to agree with Knight Wagner (“God keeps a cuss list,” Reader Input, Aug. 8) in the Journal. A few weeks ago my husband and I took two of our grandsons to the S ...

Reader Input: God keeps a cuss list

When I was a little kid my mother told me that the teacher called and told her that I had been swearing in the school yard. My mother told me that God keeps a list of the times I ...

Reader Input: Stand clear of firetrucks

Last week I and my wife was sitting, waiting for our next flight at the Dallas Airport. Every TV set at the airport was showing the plane crash that took place at the San Francis ...

Reader Input: A few words on Journal survey

In response to the survey that was sent out by the Auburn Journal, I think the Journal will find out there are mainly six things that irritate people. No. 1. The readers want to ...

Reader input: Don’t censor readers’ letters

 On March 28,  on page A4 of the Journal, a lady threatened that she was going to cancel her subscription. The way I see it and I’m sure everyone else sees it as &l ...