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Auburn dedication remembers Placer deputy’s 1978 slaying

An effort to ensure the memory of slain Placer County Sheriff’s Deputy James Machado will not be forgotten culminated Thursday in the dedication of an intersection in his nam ...

Reader Input: Scaffolding not up to snuff?

Had some time this morning and as always I read the comment section of the Journal. But what caught my eye was a story about the New Auburn Airport sign on page A2 (“New Au ...

New Auburn airport sign being built to last

Conspicuous in its absence since being knocked over and destroyed by an out-of-control auto more than two years ago, a new Auburn Airport and Business Park sign is about to rise ag ...

Reader Input: Does crass commercialism prevail?

Driving on Highway 49 is already dangerous enough without the distraction of borderline offensive signs such as the one on the Vietnamese restaurant near the intersection of Live O ...

Reader Input: Sign signals our society’s degradation

Is anyone else concerned about the large “ADULT” sign facing Highway 80 on the side of the Tribal Weaver store? Are there laws stipulating the proximity of an “ ...

Media Life: Old Town Auburn’s Happy Hour sign loses shining light

It’s a sign that’s hard to miss – a beacon featuring a martini glass that promises much but leads nowhere. The Happy Hour is long gone in Old Town, but the sign s ...

Reader Input: Slow donw right nwo

Slow donw. Is that a misspelling or a “metaplasm”? Well, according to Lorraine Bell, who provides excellent preschool and childcare services, both are appropriate ( ...

Crash destroys Auburn airport’s new $10,000 sign

A two-car collision early Tuesday morning left the Auburn Airport and Business Park without a sign and someone with a hefty repair bill. No one was injured in the crash, the Calif ...

Auburn icon Gilbert is back

Well … not the real Gilbert (Ortega) – he’s still in heaven riding his bike, causing the smiles. The Gilbert sign is back! He’s in Downtown on High Street and perhaps causi ...

Let’s hear it for moderate voice

Kudos to (the) Rev. Lynn Gardner for a thoughtful, common-sense, moderate approach to the place of religion in this bastion of righteousness (“Sign doesn’t belong in city chamb ...

Remember the founding fathers

Re: “In God We Trust sign doesn’t belong,” (Reader Input, March 28).For the moment, let’s forget the Constitution and what the founding fathers wrote regard ...

‘In God We Trust’ sign doesn’t belong

Our local citizens and officials who are so eager to post “In God We Trust” in government buildings (Journal, Feb. 28) seem to be unaware that this slogan is not true for about ...

Chamber sign a less than good idea

Auburn City Council members: There was an article in the (Feb. 28) Auburn Journal summarizing the council meeting of Feb. 27, 2012, a meeting in which the decision was made to hang ...

‘In God We Trust’ a sign of city waste

On Monday, Feb. 27, the Auburn City Council gave the green light to having a sign designed for the council chambers that reads “In God We Trust.” Councilmember Kevin Hanley is ...

Will finance entire slogan

Since 1957 (the [Sen. Joseph] McCarthy era), “In God We Trust” has been on our paper currency (Streetwise, Oct. 16). I’m volunteering to donate a sign to the City of Auburn f ...