Suzanne Blaney

Reader input: Enjoying Rushton’s columns

   Susan Rushton’s columns “Another View” in the Journal are the first part of the paper I turn to. They are always succinct and thought-provoking. This ...

Reader Input: Taking issue with Media Life column

Who is Gus Thomson to decide upon “Auburn’s Tackiest Art?”  (Auburn Journal, September 2)  He relegates  Kenneth Fox’s gigantic sculpting ent ...

Reader input: Veterans ail as politicians bask

Right on, Bryan Johnson! (“Reward troops like we do politicians,” Journal July 14.) The men and women in our armed services put their lives on the line, may return scar ...

Another View: Library launching membership drive

Welcome to Gold Country Denizens! Denizen synonym: resident, local, inhabitant, dweller. You know what Gold Country means. So: At January’s Auburn Library Book Sale, I saw ...

Auburn Author Blaney to sign copies of 'So the River Flows'

Pardon her if she digresses. But when Suzanne Blaney sits down to write a novel, they don’t always end up where she thought they might. “I usually start with a very l ...

Reader Input: Rushton column offers comfort

How comforting is Susan Rushton’s column of Sept. 14: (“More than one meaning of literate,” And Another Thing). I have been a fan of her articles and writing for ...

Reader Input: Auburn about to lose one of its gems

Well, one more nail in the coffin of Auburn’s art world (“PlacerArts submits 30-day notice,” Journal, Aug. 3). To learn that PlacerArts, long a mainstay in Aubu ...

Reader Input: Rushton nailed it on patriotism

Stand up for Susan Rushton (“Don’t tread on these,” And another thing, Journal, June 22). With Fourth of July approaching, we should all stand up for the color gu ...

Reader input: Value means more than just money

Bruce Cosgrove, current CEO of the Auburn Chamber of Commerce, has made a pertinent and telling comment. (“County eyes site for museum,” Journal, March 5). He referred ...

Reader Input: Where are our statesmen?

Guest columnist Lon Uso said it precisely (“Red and blue as extreme as black and white,” Another View, Jan. 21). Nonpartisanship among our elected officials is somethin ...