Robie Point

Safe canyon for Auburn

Auburn residents will be working to save lives and land Saturday. Project Canyon Safe is an effort to recreate a shaded fuel break throughout 10 acres of the Robie Point area of th ...

Firefighters are fast, effective

I came home this morning after grocery shopping to find firetrucks in our neighborhood near our house. One of my neighbors told me it was a house fire and that everyone was OK (Jou ...

Another View: Think inside the tinderbox

The Auburn Journal editorial, “2010: Let’s get back to basics” (Jan. 3), noted in reference to the devastating 49 Fire, “If area residents had known what could have happene ...

Canyon needs regular clearing

The before and after photos that appeared in the Project Canyon Safe article in the Journal on April 13 is the Grand Oaks Homeowner Association Open Space Area. We worked with the ...

Our View: Canyon fire break: Let’s get ’er done ourselves, Auburn

Bob Snyder doesn’t want the horror of the 49 Fire to repeat itself along the rim of the American River canyon. Auburn city officials, businesses, landowners and the thousands o ...

Work crews stand idle

I recently witnessed two separate construction crews working. I saw the PCWA in the Robie Point area and a county crew working near Kemper. I have a suggestion for the management ...

Tree destroys Toyota, owner mourns

Of the loves in Mike Buck’s life, one of the truest was Vivian. Buck can still remember the first day he set eyes on her chassis. It was true that Vivian already had quite a few ...
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