Sally Dawley

Cigarette butts a drain on nature

Rain flushes water toward storm drains and eventually into nearby waterways. And while it seems routine enough to those of us walking beneath our umbrellas, environmental expe ...

Reader input: A tip of the hat to the butt patrol

The city of Auburn owes Sally Dawley a debt of gratitude for her work in attempting to clean up litter in our community, specifically cigarette butts (more politely called “c ...

Auburn declares war on “butts”

Each day when Sally Dawley leaves her house for her daily walk, she brings along a broom and dustpan. It isn’t because she cleans obsessively or because she takes issue with ...

What do Auburn, Placer County workers make? State has list

Auburn and Placer County employee pay figures released this week by the state show the county’s outgoing director of Health and Human Services earning the most in terms of to ...

Curiosity mission well worth the cost

As a citizen interested in the world and universe in which I live, I must take on Sally Dawley’s comical comments (“Will Martians continue their lifestyle?,” Read ...

Clean up after pets, even goats

I really enjoyed the article about the dwarf goats (Journal, Dec. 6). I love seeing the various livestock animals in and around town — the alpacas, emus and hopefully the dwarf ...

Her dwarf goats are part of the family

Cynthia Comiskey loves her kids Scottie and Frankie. So, when a citizen of Auburn complained of their presence at Auburn Central Square, she felt compelled to introduce her well-tr ...