letters to the editor

US president earned vitriol

Several letters recently have expressed concern over the tone some of the letters have taken regarding this current president and his administration. The letter writers have been a ...

Letter writers need mediation center

Regarding the Journal article on the proposed El Toyon Institute Mediation Center (“Mediation center divides Auburn neighborhood,” July 10): I do not live in the immedi ...

Another View: Tears, confusion over what gets printed

The past few weeks I’ve had some interesting and, at times, emotional encounters with some who were unaware of the impact of talking to editorial staff of a newspaper. So I&r ...

Run comments without faces

I know the Auburn Journal has a reason why they want faces to go along with the peoples’ (online) comments, but I don’t know what it would be. When I write in to comment about ...

Don’t waste chance to speak out

I would like to wish all the Auburn Journal letter writers a very blessed Christmas and exciting New Year’s for all writers and followers. We are fortunate that our hometown pape ...

Behind the Signature

SETH KING Lives in: Auburn, born 1981 at Auburn Faith. He’s “come and gone many times.” Jobs: After graduating Placer High in 1999, King traveled Europe 16 months and eventu ...

Behind the signature: Allen Cassidy

Editor’s note: Below is the first in a new series of profiles of people who submit letters to the Auburn Journal. It runs on Sundays. A visit with the Journal’s frequent l ...

Letters reflect much incivility

Recently, I have noticed a distressing (and seemingly escalating) trend towards incivility in the tone of the letters to the editor printed by the Auburn Journal. I realize these ...

Letter writers: Practice civility

I have been a reader of the Journal and resident of Auburn for over 30 years. Recently I have seen a very distressing trend in letters to the editor: the trend toward personal att ...

Local youth write to the 44th U.S. commander-in-chief

The following letters were written by E. V. Cain Middle School eighth-graders. American history teacher Sylvia Haverberg instructed her students to write a letter to President Bara ...