Reader Input

Reader's words help no one

I appreciate that the Auburn Journal tries to give space for a broad spectrum of opinions, but is it really necessary to print a rant like the latest one from Dee Nann (“We n ...

Sierra Pacific responds

At Sierra Pacific Industries, we produce numerous consumer products and utilize 100 percent of the raw material we bring in for our manufacturing processes. In addition to produci ...

Run comments without faces

I know the Auburn Journal has a reason why they want faces to go along with the peoples’ (online) comments, but I don’t know what it would be. When I write in to comment about ...

Banks could not access risk info

Perhaps the ones who criticize my statements as wild ravings (Reader Input, Dec. 14) should take the time to be better informed on the workings of the real financial world. Take th ...

Casualties of war not mere statistics

In reference to the Auburn Journal’s Reader Input, (“Twist of fate reunites men 66 years on,” Nov. 11), wherein it was reported three men sitting at the same Navy League meet ...

Behind the Signature: Knight Wagner

A visit with the Journal’s frequent letter contributors. Knight Wagner Lives in: Auburn, 18 years, with his wife, Bette, whom he married in 1963. Wagner lived in Iowa until he e ...

One thanks is never enough

In regard to the letter to the editor, “Battle of the Bands took a break,” (Reader Input, May 17). Thank you, Janet Klemba, for writing the letter telling of a kindness extende ...

‘Salute’ letter harbors racism

First off, let me say that I do not like to use individual’s names in letters as I consider it in poor taste and don’t like dueling with the pen. I would like to respond to th ...

Web comments harbor vitriol

While I am an infrequent reader of the “Letters to the Editor/Reader Input” and the online comments about them, I have noticed every time I have read through these comments tha ...