Rocklin

Reader Input: Anti-McClintock letter misleads

A recent letter claimed Congressman Tom McClintock is a paid climate change denier (“McClintock paid to deny truth,” Reader Input, Sept. 3). This is not only misleadi ...

Sierra College: Four-year degree now available

Community colleges are often thought of as a precursor to a university career, but one area college is breaking the stereotype and offering a four-year degree in one of their most ...

Meddlers Report -- Aug. 19

The Meddlers is an open-forum meeting sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce that meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday at Auburn City Hall, 1225 Lincoln Way. Auburn Journal reporter ...

Reader Input: Auburn about to lose one of its gems

Well, one more nail in the coffin of Auburn’s art world (“PlacerArts submits 30-day notice,” Journal, Aug. 3). To learn that PlacerArts, long a mainstay in Aubu ...

Reader Input: Let’s head off PlacerArts’ move

Losing PlacerArts’ presence downtown is a big blow to the Auburn community (“PlacerArts submits 30-day notice,” Journal, Aug. 3). As a former staff member and c ...

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 ...

PlacerArts: No plans to leave Auburn

If you’re on the mailing list for the Auburn City Council agenda, you may have noticed that Monday night’s meeting includes a resolution in support of keeping a local a ...

Missing Rocklin man found Thursday evening

A Rocklin man with Alzheimer’s disease missing for more than 20 hours was found Thursday evening. Dennis Knibbs, 88, was found by a volunteer from the Placer County Mountain ...

Reader Input: Thanks to backers of DeWitt Theater

I am a student at Music & More Arts Academy. I just wanted to send you a thank you letter for all that you are doing to try to save DeWitt Theater. I appreciate how much work i ...

Another View: To fee or not to fee? No question

William Shakespeare infused poetry and emotion into his plays. The opening lines from Prince Hamlet’s soliloquy are etched in our minds: “To be or not to be, that is th ...