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Another View: Domestic violence should not go unpunished

Another National Football League season is upon us. Unfortunately, “Are You Ready for Some Football?” begs another question: Are you ready for some wife battering? Wi ...

Another View: A great sport deserves a second look

First came the story in the Auburn Journal about a high school football player who played several games with a broken thumb despite being advised by his doctor to take five weeks o ...

The head is used for school, not tackling

The concussion issue in football was addressed at the USA Football Youth Summit held last month in Canton, Ohio, and included some valuable information on the prevention and proper ...

Noon Hour Update: Death threat text in Auburn; remedial classes at Sierra and is Del Oro grad NFL bound?

Welcome to the Auburn Journal’s “Noon Hour Update,” where we’ll present you with stories and updates on what’s going on in the news and what we’ ...

Sports safety, speed training camps offered in Roseville, Auburn

Safe Kids Placer County will hold two youth sports safety clinics and three speed training camps as part of Safe Kids Week. All are free.The safety clinics are scheduled for Monday ...

Locals ready for 49ers’ long-awaited return to playoffs Locals ready for 49ers' long-awaited return to playoffs

Lloyd Lawson waited in line for two days to get tickets to witness “The Catch,” in person. The wait was nothing compared to the 3,296 days Lawson and the rest of the Niners’ ...

Locals become ‘football owners’

Having millions of dollars is no longer necessary to own an NFL football team. Fans who want to get in on the action of embarking on the quest for a Super Bowl Championship can jo ...

Hometown football pro shares his skills

Ted Popson’s looking for a few interested kids to attend camp, have some fun and learn something about playing football. Popson is hoping to pass on some of his intimate knowledg ...