Meadow Vista

Reader Input: Prepare for life challenges

My religious mom and grandma, who raised me from infancy, told me if I just trusted in the Lord, everything would be OK. I wish they had told me how difficult it was going to be. ...

Reader Input: Auburn area lousy for affordable rentals

You don’t have to drive to Sacramento nor fly to India to find slumlord rentals. Auburn is riddled with rentals that are managed and/or owned by slumlords. I recognized thi ...

Reader Input: Thanks for helping church

Special thanks to all the people that helped with sorting, pricing and hauling the many items for sale at the Meadow Vista Methodist Church’s Saturday bazaar. Thanks again. ...

All those years ago ... From the pages of the Auburn Journal, May 7 and 14, 1964

How will Auburn look in year 2000? City gets peek By Joe Carroll A professional planner’s peek at what Auburn’s central business district might look like in the yea ...

Reader Input: Thanks to all for batting cage

In memory of Eugene “Herbie” Bates, Class of 1972, the Colfax Baseball JV batting cage is up and running. Thank you to all those that contributed their time and mater ...

Reader Input: Get busy with dam building

I read the guest column Jim Barry wrote on the dam, “Building the Auburn Dam still isn’t the right call,” (Another View, March 28). I had to wonder why he lives ...

Reader Input: Decent French fries make debut

Wow! French fries in Meadow Vista. Greg Peters has moved his food truck to Meadow Vista Park. Hamburgers, hot dogs with special baked buns, plus other delicious treats. The truck ...

Reader Input: No thank you to well meter

RE: “Should water authorities require usage metering for private water wells?” (Call to Readers, Journal, March 21). Absolutely not! Drilling and maintaining a well i ...

Reader Input: Geese and their poop gotta go

Just whose parks are they (“Solutions for goose control remain up in the air at ARD meeting,” Journal, Feb. 28)? As I remember, we the people paid to build our parks. ...

Reader Input: Don’t blow it at DeWitt Center

"The love of money is the root of all evil.” This fits the situation with Costco who has proposed paying the county only $325 a year rent for 16 acres. What a joke! I th ...