Meadow Vista

Reader Input: Vitamin D and flu immunity

Avoiding colds and flu isn’t that difficult, but there’s a big problem: Vitamin D is too cheap. American medicine is dollar-driven medicine. Some doctor, hospital or ...

Reader Input: Imperative that we save libraries

Front-page news in the Auburn Journal, Jan. 15 edition,  showcases closure of our Meadow Vista library (“Meadow Vista library targeted for closure”). This closure ...

Reader Input: V.A. care saved reader’s life

Marcia Winborne-Graven, congratulations on your pessimistic and lop-sided letter (“Vets don’t need drug therapy,” Reader Input, Jan. 9). Your letter deeply offe ...

Reader Input: Open plea to NID

I am a teacher at Ophir STEAM Academy. For years, my 8- and 9-year-old students have conducted stream studies of the Auburn Ravine and learned about the salmon native to our area, ...

Reader Input: Attack those who disagree

Re: Bart Ruud, Auburn/ (“Mediation the answer in Costco dilemma,” Reader Input, Dec. 14). Why is it that any point of view differing from one’s own is charged ...

Reader Input: Commerce before history

My thoughts on the “Music and More vs. Costco” issue is that it is just easier to cite possible lawsuits, insufficient space and other reasons that have been used than ...

Reader Input: Shame on the board of supes

While of public interest, this is especially to Jim Holmes and the rest of the (Placer County Board of) supervisors: You should all be ashamed of yourselves for the way you have ...

Reader Input: Parade supplied ultimate experience

My wife and I, having lived in Meadow Vista for nearly 50 years, decided to go watch Auburn’s Veterans Day Parade for the very first time. We were standing at the parade&rs ...

Reader Input: Some politicos’ price is too high

There is a problem with following Patrick Little’s advice (“Don’t let big money rule Supreme Court,” Reader Input, Nov. 16) to vote for a president who wi ...

Reader Input: My bet is we are going broke

Math is neither conservative nor liberal. So why has neither party faced the facts? It’s simple math. Our government spends more then they steal from us. The U.S. citizens ...

Reader Input: Constitutional rights can be lost

It has been reported that 55 percent of Christians are not registered to vote. In the last election, 60 percent of registered Christian citizens did not vote. It is no wonder that ...

Reader Input: Who’s to blame for 2 deaths?

Who do we blame for two dead sheriff’s deputies, another wounded and a wounded citizen — clearly the shooter. But it goes way beyond that. Why was he able to commit the ...

Reader Input: Feeling like a stepchild

Those of us living in ZIP  codes 95602, 95701, 95703, 95714, 95715, 95722 and 95736 should all be feeling like the stepchildren of U.S. Congressional and Assembly District No. ...

Reader Input: PlacerArts coverage unfair

Your article about PlacerArts and the gallery and Angela Tahti is very unfair (“PlacerArts announces change in leadership,” Journal, Oct. 3; and “PlacerArts paint ...

Smoke creates risks for sensitive groups

The hazy orange glow of smoke that’s covered Auburn in recent days brought with it the potential for respiratory distress. But the smoke is expected to dissipate by this aft ...