Regional Park

Disc golfers find free fun to be a hole-in-one

Each week Chain Zombies take over Regional Park. While it may sound like a scene from the latest horror movie, the Chain Zombies are actually Auburn’s very own disc golf club. T ...

Regional Park’s an Auburn jewel

At a time when state parks are facing shortfalls, we appreciate the jewel of a park that we have in Auburn. Regional Park is a well-maintained, beautiful, quiet retreat that we en ...

Court’s in session

Putting some intensity behind his backhand, Danny Philips of Auburn breaks a sweat during a tennis game at Regional Park Wednesday afternoon. “This weather is wonderful, it’s a ...

Mobile home burglaries surprise residents

Some residents of an Auburn neighborhood were startled last week by a string of burglaries and attempted thefts that included a neighbor watching another neighbor’s stolen pickup ...

Trail is walk, jog in the park

Recreation Park attendees will soon be able to walk and jog to their heart’s content, but some residents have mixed emotions about cost. On Sept. 7 the Auburn Recreation Distric ...

Our View: ARD must lobby supes, using local parks and rec lovers

Now is the time for the Auburn Recreation District to enlist its raving fans and conscientious supporters to rally before the Placer County Board of Supervisors. With a little hel ...

Activities abound to keep boredom at bay

Once the presents are unwrapped and grandma and grandpa head back to Florida, kids and parents alike might experience a moment of panic — what to do with the rest of the holiday ...

ARD seeks public input on Regional Park

By Michelle Miller-Carl Journal News Editor Would you like more walking trails? Another dog park? Maybe a water feature the kids can splash in on a warm day? The Auburn Recrea ...

Council won’t ban pitbulls

The Auburn City Council put worries of a ban on pitbulls to rest Monday. More than a dozen attendees and a few TV news crews turned out for Monday’s council meeting for an item ...

Benefit rakes in $25K for fire victims

Auburn’s disaster fund to help victims of the 49 Fire has passed $25,000 following Sunday’s Benefit in the Park. And another benefit slated for Saturday means more dollars wil ...

Want to give back? Bring extra change to Sunday’s music fest

Scott Holbrook can’t keep from smilin’. The Auburn Recreation District board member, whose “keep smilin’” valediction signs off most of his letters and conversations, is ...

Individual acts of kindness multiply in wake of 49 Fire

Auburn is ground zero for firefighting efforts and for helping fire victims. A 275-acre blaze that destroyed 60 homes and businesses Sunday evening rattled the very heart of our c ...

Juveniles behind some summertime crimes

A string of summer vandalism attacks has victimized homeowners, schoolteachers and Downtown Auburn business owners. Police say juveniles are behind some of the crimes. The crimes ...

Citizen patrols considered to curb vandals

Mortgaging the notebook while wondering what the state will steal next in its never-ending efforts to appear to balance the budget ... Fortunately, the state can never make off w ...

Cain's Crossing gearing up to take revelers back in time

Hear ye, hear ye! E.V. Cain Middle School seventh-graders are preparing to go back in time, and they want you to come too. The school’s annual Cain Crossing Renaissance Faire a ...