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Ever offer a hand up?

Allen Cassidy, you crack me up. I read your letter that was printed Jan. 5 in the Auburn Journal. Did you ever offer a homeless guy a job? Did you ever offer a homeless guy to slee ...

A made in China Merry Christmas

We are encouraged to shop Auburn so that our dollars stay in town and benefit the community. That is good in principle, but is very flawed considering how many of our stores’ alm ...

Black Friday deal seekers strategize savings

Fueled by a hunger to pay bottom dollar — and Starbucks coffee — Leslie Griffith and her family set out in the dark each Black Friday to hunt down the season’s best deals. ...

Journal provides valued service

So many times we all hear about criticism but few times do we hear compliments for work well done. I wanted to thank you for writing articles about Costco, Wal-Mart and the remodel ...

No objection to a ‘big box monster’

Regarding Mr. Paul A. McDaniel's letter of Nov. 15 (“Supervisors sell out citizens”), I feel sorry that he seems to be so unhappy. Mr. McDaniel ought to remember that the local ...

Importance of powdered sugar

I know that the community already decided that Wal-Mart was coming to Auburn, but why Wal-Mart? If the community wants a big store, why not Costco or Trader Joe’s? We already hav ...

Thanks for a great ‘National Night Out’

A big thanks to the Auburn Target store and the various agencies who participated, especially the Placer County Sheriff’s Department, for a wonderful “National Night Out” on ...

Dugard book generating interest but scarce to find in Auburn area

Downtown Auburn business owner Katherine Santiago lived in the North Lake Tahoe area when Jaycee Dugard was kidnapped while waiting for the school bus in 1991 in South Lake Tahoe. ...

USA a hostage of China

Recently I wrote a letter to the editor regarding Wal-Mart opening in Auburn (Reader Input, April 11). I would like to follow up on that letter in response to the comments that wer ...

Wal-Mart casts long, forlorn shadow

Messrs. (Terry) Andreucci and (Mike) Stevenson (Reader Input, April 1) can defy Wal-Mart by shopping their conscience, but Wal-Mart doesn’t care about outliers; it plays to the 8 ...