Meadow Vista

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 ...

Nominations wanted for community service award

Nominations are being accepted for Meadow Vista’s annual Community Service Award. The honoree will be invited to ride in the Pioneer Day Parade on June 1 and a tree will be ...

Reader Input: Staking out turf in war on terror?

I had to laugh at what I read on the front page of Sunday’s Auburn Journal (“Meadow Vista’s Winchester golf greens shut down after chemical kill,” March 16) ...

Reader Input: Preserve our bit of history

I recently attended an extremely enjoyable concert Saturday held at the Music & More Theatre. It perfectly set the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day activities and in a setting ...

‘Anything’ goes well for student composer Shayne Plunkett

Geographically, Long Island, N.Y. couldn’t be much further from Colfax. Culturally, well, the gap is closing considerably, thanks to the talents of Meadow Vista resident Shay ...

Placer Hills Methodist puts on Valentine’s luncheon

Placer Hills Methodist Church in Meadow Vista had a very special Valentine Luncheon on a rainy Sunday, Feb. 9. Tickets sold for $14, with 64 place settings available. Tickets sold ...

Reader Input: Suit settlement shocks reader

We were so shocked to read in the Tuesday, March 4, Auburn Journal that the St. John’s Military School lawsuit was settled on the eve of the trial and canceled by the U.S. Di ...