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Wednesday, October 1
Linda Frederick Yaffe
Another View: Finding the right bus
Thursday Mar 27 2014
Two big coaches pulled up to the bus stop at the same time. Dozens of people rushed to get on board as busy drivers stacked luggage in the hold. Several destinations were clearly ...
Reader Input: Stay informed on senior center
Wednesday Jan 29 2014
The Multipurpose Senior Center in Auburn’s DeWitt Center is one of the busiest spots in town. Activities such as arts and crafts groups, current events discussions, support ...
Another View: Undertake and over give
Friday Sep 13 2013
As novelist and essayist Joshua Foer tells us: “Languages are something of a mess. They evolve over centuries through an unplanned, democratic process that leaves them teemin ...
In the world, but not entirely of it
Friday Jul 05 2013
What would life be like if you could not read? In novelist Penelope Lively’s “How It All Began,” the character Charlotte teaches adult learners who are just begin ...
Reader Input: Treasure your right to decide
Tuesday Nov 06 2012
Faced with a long list of complex issues on the Nov. 6 ballot, we need to carefully read, ponder, then vote upon the measures and candidates that will affect all of us right now &m ...
Better than you found it
Friday Aug 10 2012
Cool and clean, the highest reaches of the Sierra Nevada Mountains stand aloof and unspoiled. Long ago, campers built fire rings — and left the remains of messy wood fires — at ...
Keep California libraries alive
Monday Apr 16 2012
Reading skills so poor they cannot complete a simple job application: That describes 23 percent of adult Californians (whose native language is English). Fortunately, our Californ ...
Another View: Words hold the power
Monday Mar 26 2012
Words have the power to create or destroy, encourage or suppress, inspire or bore, calm or energize. They can spread hate or love, clarity or confusion. Yes, words let us communica ...
Blame people, not any bears
Friday Sep 23 2011
Over the years, especially during pre-dawn outings, I’ve been privileged to see dozens of bears, foxes, skunks, coyotes, bobcats and mountain lions on the streets of Auburn. They ...
Show support for literacy
Tuesday Feb 08 2011
One American in five — Americans whose first language is English — cannot read. Sadly, once again local libraries face slashed state funding. Governor (Jerry) Brown’s propose ...
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