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Water Leak ok’d by Auburn leadership

The approved placement of one award-winning sculpture at the corner of Lincoln Way and High Street bringing more art to the heart of Auburn. Meadow Vista-based artist Kurt Barton& ...

Auburn's State Theatre “Tear Down the Wall” project 80 percent complete

The State Theatre’s “Tear Down the Wall” expansion project is moving into the home stretch, with doors at the 84-year-old Lincoln Way movie house targeted to re-o ...

Media Life: Bigger venue means bigger acts for Auburn’s State Theatre

Going from 130 seats to 320 means the 84-year-old State Theatre will re-open this October with an upgrade in entertainment for audiences. The simple math of the matter is that whi ...

All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Aug. 27 and Sept. 3, 1964

Heroic war record revealed in aftermath of hit-run case Twenty years ago this month, Roy Samuel Tillman, then a combat-hardened Army infantryman, lost two fingers and was shot in ...

Survey says: Auburn wants plays, music at State Theatre

The demand will already have been established for live theater and music when Auburn’s expanded State Theatre reopens in October. Early results of a survey being conducted b ...

Another View: Sometimes, the only thing to say is ‘C’mon, man’

This week’s column is my personal riff on ESPN’s regular segment during football season in which a panel of commentators and former jocks rip on incompetent plays execu ...

Vets’ memorial breaking ground late July

The organizers of an armed-forces memorial in Downtown Auburn will soon be breaking ground on a once-blighted and vacant lot on Lincoln Way. The Armed Forces Community Memorial Ga ...

4 score and a lot of great memories of foothills

When you’ve hit the age of 80 and still live in Auburn, there’s a lot that you can look back on. There are a lot more people in town, traffic’s faster, prices are ...

Another View: Mary Jo, Mary Belle’s remembered as friends of Old Town

This is not an obituary; it’s about the ebb and flow of life in Auburn’s historic district. Over a dozen years of operating a hospitality venue in Old Town, I’v ...

All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, June 4 and 11, 1964

Sticks and stones won’t get millions from ‘Poor’ Pierre Portly Pierre Salinger defeated Controller Alan Cranston for the Democratic senatorial nomination this w ...