Rex Maynard

Thanks — strap on your helmet

Rex Maynard and Becky Morris want to publically express our hearty thanks and deepest appreciation (“Mountain biker flown out of canyon,” Journal, Aug. 20) first to Jon ...

Downed mountain biker in “fair” condition

Rex Maynard, 68, of Auburn, is in "fair" condition at Sutter Roseville Medical Center after a mountain bike crash Monday afternoon, according to Robin Montgomery, spokesperson for ...

Our View: Don’t trash Auburn’s beauty

We live in Auburn for many reasons, but the most common one is, the beauty. Sitting on the front porch of the Sierra Nevada our community is home to breathtaking views, wildlife, o ...

LED sign a poor use of monies

Re: “City OK’s $60,000 for new billboard,” (Journal, Feb. 15); and “Unite against Auburn’s LED billboard” (Reader’s Input, Feb 16): I have to agree with Becky Morris ...

Unite against Auburn’s LED billboard

Re: “City OK’s $60,000 for new billboard,” (Journal Feb 15): City of Auburn officials have stooped to an ultimate low by approving $60,000 for an LED billboard. It is emba ...

Future fuel break projects possible

Auburn residents can now help maintain a permanent shaded fuel break in the American River Canyon. The Greater Auburn Area Fire Safe Council Friday decided to offer residents a ch ...

Special breed races here

Is Auburn a community that embraces the spirit of endurance sports or one that focuses on top athletes? Certainly, Wendell Robie and Gordon Ainsleigh, our signature endurance event ...

Lending a helping hand makes Auburn community stronger

Those who selflessly give of their time and resources to make our community a better place deserve recognition. We plan to highlight their good works in future editions of the Aub ...

Cleaning up the canyon one car at a time

It’s quite a leap, going from picking up cans to cutting up abandoned cars and having them air-lifted out of the American River Canyon, but that’s exactly what Auburn resident ...