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Hydraulic fluid spill spreads to pond, threatens Auburn Ravine

A contracting crew worked Thursday to control the environmental damage from a hydraulic fluid spill that ran into an Auburn apartment complex's private pond. Work by Ranger Pipelin ...

Downtown alive with fun

Thanks AJ, for presenting a great reflection of this year’s event (“Cruise Nite to honor 9/11 first responders,” Journal, Sept. 14)! Having spent virtually the en ...

Downtown grocery store focuses on healthy, organic

The focus of Carol Lee Meinhold’s new Downtown Auburn grocery store is gluten-free and organic. But the items she stocks are products she and her family know and use.“I ...

Generations have socialized at the Auburn Drug Co. fountain

Today we usually call them ?pharmacies? but not too long ago they were just plain, old drugstores. Most were not very large and dealt mainly with prescriptions and general health i ...

We must obey laws of physics

Most everything in the guest column made sense to me, except she neglected anything about the riders who blow through stop signs and red lights, also (“Spring is in the air a ...

Signs of beauty seen in Auburn

The City of Auburn is the perfect example of America the beautiful.Congratulations to Bud Pisarek for the logos that are painted in the intersection of High Street and Lincoln Way, ...

Hilda’s Bakery to spring back with bread, pastries, coffee and wi-fi

Eric Nordby, who opened Little Belgian Deli & Beer Bar in 2011 in Downtown Auburn and World Pub in 2009 in North Auburn is taking on a new challenge. He’s reopening Hilda ...

Our View: Fate of popular ball remains to be seen

The Auburn Chamber of Commerce recently announced that it will again host the both popular and criticized Black & White Ball this September in the form of the Black & White Affaire ...

Lent a good time to reflect

Wednesday, Feb. 22 was Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent — a good time for reflection and consciousness raising. A must-see is the magnificent painting of the face of the suff ...

Established Auburn businesses move to new quarters

Several Auburn businesses have moved to new locations recently. Wildflower gift shop recently re-opened about three blocks away from its former spot on Lincoln Way. Auburn Gymnasti ...

Salon changes hands; former owner influenced industry

When she looks back at her 37 years as a salon owner in Auburn, Delores Bothello sees a lot of satisfying memories. “All the things I’ve learned along the way have been by tria ...

Be cheered on Veterans Day

Once again we will be celebrating Veterans Day on Nov. 11. Each year the parade seems to get a little larger and the wonderful crowds who come out to salute the veterans seems to ...

Stoplights still atrocious

How many people does it take it screw in a stoplight bulb? If anyone has ever been in the Raley’s shopping center area off the Foresthill exit then you’ll know what I’m talki ...

Restored ’62 Chevy dispenses fine foods and espresso

Having a restaurant on wheels is the fulfillment of a longtime dream for Deb Arbogast. “I’ve wanted a food truck for 10 years and finally got to do it,” she said. “I like t ...

Auburn’s colorful Gilbert dies at 82

Gilbert Ortega – Auburn’s beloved, bicycling “man about town” – has died at age 82. Ortega – simply “Gilbert” to the many who knew, or knew of, the colorfully garb ...