shelter

Reader Input: There’s no profit in poverty

There appears to be a delay on where the homeless will be placed in Auburn (“Auburn planners reject Nevada, Wall street homeless-shelter zoning plan,” Journal, July 3). ...

Reader Input: City can do better with homeless issue

The front-page article in the Auburn Journal on March 8 did not make sense to me, or anyone else I spoke with who had read it (“Commission OKs limiting year-round homeless sh ...

Reader Input: Thank you, Gathering Inn

As the coffee pot brewed on Sept. 17, 2012 in The Welcome Center at Dewitt Center news reached the homeless community with a big cheer The Gathering Inn was once again to re-open a ...

Our View: Heat up the help for homeless when temperatures drop

This week we’ve been chilled to the bone. When the sun goes down the mercury has fallen off the table. But while we’re ensconced in the warmth of our homes during these ...

Leaders need to listen

Re: (Call to Readers, Journal, Nov. 28): If I were to be elected as a leader whether it be local, state or federal, the first thing I would do would be to ask “We the People.” ...

Pet sanctuary beautifully run

This letter is in response to Emily Kemp’s comments about Auburn Area Animal Rescue Foundation (Journal, Jan. 25). I am an animal rights activist and involved in several watchd ...

Rise up and replace them

Last week I found myself over in front of the county supervisors pleading for a continuation of the free space that has been granted to “Friends of Placer County,” to house old ...

On her birthday, she requested gifts for cats

Ask 9-year-old Christine Tadlock what she’s reading these days and she’ll tell you matter-of-factly that it isn’t storybooks. Tadlock has a big love for animals and she’s l ...

Couple gives greyhounds second chance

If you were an abandoned greyhound race dog, you would likely be counting your lucky stars if you ended up at the Greyhound Friends for Life shelter off Highway 49 north of Auburn. ...

Students aid Auburn shelter

Trenton Kelly has no doubt the completion of his latest school project was relevant to the real world. Along with 16 fellow students from the advanced wood shop class at Oakmont ...