Meadow Vista

Squeezed out by the big boxes

Paul T. McDaniel got it right (Reader Input, Nov. 15). Sometimes traffic is relatively light, but when people are traveling to work or returning, Highway 49 is awful. He’s also r ...

No objection to a ‘big box monster’

Regarding Mr. Paul A. McDaniel's letter of Nov. 15 (“Supervisors sell out citizens”), I feel sorry that he seems to be so unhappy. Mr. McDaniel ought to remember that the local ...

Veterans Day meaningful

The 2011 Auburn Veterans Day Parade: Good job by all. Well-organized. Good attendance. Good weather. Even the two trucks who had to clear a couple of cars parked to start the parad ...

And who is without sin?

A novel idea of cutting monies from people would be to start the cuts from the highest politician (White House) on down instead of cutting from the bottom. Obviously you are all gr ...

Hire women veterans

This Veterans Day Parade honors women in the military. The local Soroptimist International of the American River club is proud to offer its support to this recognition of females i ...

ADA attorney belongs in flats

As a senior recovering from broken hip surgery and then replacement surgery, I must be extremely careful where I walk. The allegations against Machado Orchards by the ADA attorney ...

Reach out and help Junior

Recently (Oct. 21) the Journal published a story about a boy with muscular dystrophy and a photograph of his happy and handsome face as “Daisy” was kissing him. His family’s ...

Behind the Signature: Bob Namanny

A visit with the Journal’s frequent letter contributors. Bob Namanny Lives in: Auburn since 1988 with wife, Patricia. The Namannys have six sons, “all grown and married.” C ...

Social Security still solvent

I wish to compliment the Journal for publishing syndicated columnists including the (Steve and Cokie) Roberts couple and (Kathleen) Parker. Although they vary in views that are con ...
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