Lynne Sutter

Reader Input: Allow public this food choice

Guest columnist Brian Dahle states in his oppositional writing on “the Milk Bill,” (AB2505) that “pasteurization kills bacteria,” as if that is a good thing ...

Reader Input: Reader appreciates perks, oversight

How ironic that Dave Imgrund’s letter “Ask not what Washington can do for you” (Reader Input, Oct. 30) came out in the same Auburn Journal issue as news of the &l ...

Yes on 37 to label our food

Thank you, thank you! I was working on a response to “Reader Input” of Oct. 21 by Jim Cranney, “Vote no on GE food labeling.” Your printing of the League ...

Greater fire safety relevant to us all

I?m not sure whether to laugh at or cry for the misguided person(s) who is removing the Measure E election signs along Placer Hills Road. When the signs were initially vandalized ...

Beware when selling your stuff

Not all selling experiences are good ones. Last year at the “Treasure Hunters Roadshow” held at The Ridge Golf Course, I sold five antique documents. My naiveté made the assu ...

Does project lack adequate safety plan?

After reading several articles on the Baltimore Ravine housing project, it has occurred to me that one of the Union Pacific tracks was not mentioned. If I am correct, the eastbound ...

Punish the deed, not the breed

How sad for Lynne Sutter. In her letter which ran June 8, “Kudos to the pitbull alerter,” she tells her experience … one isolated incident and she has condemned an entire bre ...

Kudos to the pitbull alerter

Kudos to the woman who alerted others to the pitbull on the loose. Pax to Nalley Murphy who writes that some of us misunderstand the breed (Reader Input, June 3). My experience w ...

Visual center up and running

How very clever is the cartoon of Sept. 23 by Andy Lukkonen using the two Visual Centers as eyeglasses! I’ve been a fan of Andy’s work for some time, but his artistic wit and i ...

New programs replace lost services for Auburn’s visually impaired

Programs for the blind are making a strong comeback in Auburn. The prospects for the Auburn area’s blind population have improved markedly since the Placer School for Adults shu ...