Roseville

Reader Input: Why do Indians have to pay?

Why would the Indians have to pay for something that was given to them many years ago? (“Colfax Indian Cemetery could be turned over to Auburn Indian group,” Journal, A ...

All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, April 9 and 16, 1964

M. Brando’s father reports theft at mine The theft of $750 worth of mining equipment from an Iowa Hill gold mine owned by a Hollywood syndicate headed by Marlon Brando&rsqu ...

Reader Input: Oil shipments may despoil our region

I have a comment or two regarding the front-page article in the Auburn Journal (“Region on track for more crude-oil rail traffic,” April 3). The article states that U ...

Reader Input: Teen supplies written word

Stone C. Hoopes, a senior at John Adams Academy in Roseville, was seeking a project in order to become an Eagle Scout. He remembered his participation in the Auburn Interfaith Food ...

Media Life: YouTube’s “The Original” gives WS100 pioneer global spotlight

A South African video production company has teamed with outdoor gear maker Salomon to share the story of pioneering Meadow Vista ultra-endurance runner Gordy Ainsleigh with the We ...

Off deadline: Budding journalists reaffirm this news-gatherer’s role

I’ve heard it plenty of times – young people don’t read newspapers anymore. Unfortunately, to a degree, that’s true. Even in the 35-to-44 age bracket &mdas ...

William Jessup annual Warriors Golf

The William Jessup University Athletic Department will host its 16th annual Warrior Golf Classic at Timber Creek Golf Course in Roseville May 5. All proceeds go to support WJU athl ...

Tornado slashes Roseville, doesn’t make it to Auburn

While Roseville and south Placer County mopped up Thursday after the tornado that raked the region the night before, all remained quiet in Auburn, which escaped pretty much unscath ...

All those years ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, March 26 and April 2, 1964

Old fashioned cook stoves ‘gone out’ in Placer County Believe it or not, more than 50 percent of the housewives in Placer County still were cooking on wood-burning or ...

Reader Input: Auburn quality of life slipping

I looked at the Visual Viewpoint in Sunday’s Comment section. Then I read Judith Larrew’s letter, “Our entrances to Auburn should be inviting,” (Reader Inpu ...