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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 ...

Wal-Mart draws undesirable low-lifes

You knocked them down and now you are going to kick them in the face. I’m talking about our hard-working local businesses, especially all of our great restaurants here in Auburn, ...

Target to pay $40K to Placer County

Three Placer County agencies will receive an estimated $40,000 portion of a $22.5 million civil settlement with the Target Corporation. News of the settlement was announced Thursd ...

Technology abounds in Auburn

Do you have techies in your family? Are you at a loss for what to get them this year? Auburn stores are selling a variety of the hottest new high-technology items for the gadget l ...

Wal-Mart offers nothing new

Some people in Auburn want a Wal-Mart. Well, I don’t! Wal-Mart will kill small businesses in Auburn and put people out of jobs. The items that are in Wal-Mart are everything we ...

Holiday shopping shifts into high gear in Auburn

Black Friday deals or unique gift finds — both were in demand this weekend as the traditional holiday shopping season began. Many shoppers braved hours in near-freezing temperat ...

Local merchants deserve chance

I read the article in today’s Journal regarding restrictions on Downtown businesses in regards to outdoor decorations with bewilderment (Journal, July 5). I do believe that the ...

Lack of crosswalks an accident-to-be

Quartz Avenue between the Target store and the Safeway shopping center in North Auburn is about six traffic lanes wide and yet there are no crosswalks north of Bell Road between th ...

No thank you to local Wal-Mart

What we need in Auburn is a Costco store. Hopefully we’ll have Gottschalks returning, and maybe be lucky enough to attract a Trader Joe’s. Mel’s Diner will be finished and t ...

Bohemia plans are just too big

The entrance to the Bohemia property from Canal Street was only one of many issues making this project inappropriate for the location. The fact that Mr. (Jim) Conkey gave in on t ...