Roger Perkins

Beliefs are no one’s business

Who does Ruth Smith think she is telling Jackie McBride what to believe (Reader Input, Aug. 28)? If she wants to “commune with nature” or believe in “Mother Nature” it is ...

Customers miss Al Facha

Al Facha will be missed (Journal, July 20). My wife and I started dealing with him in 1964 when we purchased a Plymouth Valiant from him. He worked for Mike Johnson at the dealersh ...

Letter incredibly ignorant

I’ve read some dumb letters in the Auburn Journal, but the one written by Donna O’Neal of Foresthill now leads the pack when she states that “Waterboarding is not torture. ...

We must draw line with park

It’s interesting how people who don’t know the first thing about Karen Tajbl seem to have a great insight into her activities. She has not “spent time on how to bash” (Will ...

He crunches FHA numbers

Regarding the pay toilet in Mr. Lanxner’s bathroom (Journal, April 27), I took time out of my busy day of sitting in my jail cell to do the math on his proposal of the FHA making ...

Parking meters a mistake then and now

There has been some talk recently about parking meters in Old Town. When we moved to Auburn in 1959 there were no shopping centers. Rock Creek Shopping Center was the first seve ...
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