PENRYN

All Those Years Ago … from the pages of the Auburn Journal, Dec. 17 and 24, 1964

Great stone face campaign brings ideas of all sorts The campaign to rid downtown Auburn of the Great Stone Face – the big blank wall on the Post Office addition – cont ...

Penryn overcrossing to close until end of month

  The Interstate 80 Penryn Road overcrossing will be closed until Nov. 29 for the Raise 80 Construction Project. In a two-pronged project, the closures will begin Wednes ...

All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, July 30 and Aug. 6, 1964

Barbers will clip customers for $2.25 now The $2 haircut joins the dodo Saturday when Auburn barbers will clip their customers for a quarter more. Effective Aug. 1, haircuts wi ...

Reader Input: Please don’t poison beautiful raptors

Sadly, a few days ago we found a dead hawk in our pasture. A couple of days later, another dead hawk. Both had no injuries. We suspected West Nile virus and had it picked up and ...

Reader Input: Our sovereignty under threat

Thank you Mr. (Joe) Nicosia (“US government frightens reader,” Reader Input, March 18). You nailed that 100 percent but with number No. 4, especially. Our lawmakers i ...

Horse owners shepherd Placer County’s trails

It’s been an uphill battle, preserving equestrian trails in one of the fastest-growing counties in the state, but a coalition of local horse owners has held the line for thre ...

Penryn church to make joyful noise celebrating new pipe organ

PENRYN - The sound is crisp with plenty of presence as Pastor Jonathan Kehren bends into a hymn, his fingers adeptly finding the keys. Above him, pipes recently installed sen ...

Local middle schools run for title

More than 400 young athletes hit the Del Oro High School track May 21 in a competition to show that there’s more to running a race than just winning. Competing in the Loomi ...

Reader Input: Vote in favor of home dairy

Vote “yes” on AB 2505 for home dairy. It can’t get any fresher or more natural! My husband is lactose intolerant, until we tried raw milk. He can now drink milk h ...

Media Life: When giant arrows guided planes over Placer

It’s hard to believe in a 21st century world that early day pilots in flimsy flying machines were guided on low-altitude, cross-country jaunts by giant concrete arrows spaced ...