Terry Davis

Replace rage with the act of thinking

It is important that differing ideas be expressed in a free society, and that there is tolerance. The hostility that was expressed toward Terry Davis, for his expressed support of ...

Placer racism shames reader

The article “‘Political rage’ bubbles to surface in Auburn” (Journal, Oct. 3) clarified a good deal about who is responsible for the “rage.”Mark ...

Sierra Club Placer Group reflects on 20-year milestone

The specter of farm lands transformed into housing developments, strip malls and busy highways was the spark that initiated the creation of the Sierra Club’s Placer Group two dec ...

City Council faces Baltimore Ravine

The first phase of a project that could have Auburn’s population booming with a potential 725 new homes and 90,000 square feet of new commercial space could be approved tonight. ...

Reconsider the ravine project

Yes, as Andy Lukkonen’s Visual Viewpoint cartoon in the Jan. 9 Auburn Journal accurately points out along with Terry Davis, spokesman for Sierra Club (Journal, Jan. 6), which end ...

Baltimore Ravine going to City Council

The potential Baltimore Ravine development project could be approved by the Auburn City Council Jan. 13. “My best guess is that, yes, it could be approved by the council, but on ...

Organization endorses Baltimore Ravine

The local chapter of a national environmental group is now officially supporting the proposed Baltimore Ravine development in Auburn. The Sierra Club announced Wednesday that it e ...

More chances for Ravine comment

Residents will be able to voice their concerns and comments in a set of upcoming hearings on the Baltimore Ravine project. At 6 p.m. Sept. 21 and Nov. 16 residents can attend Aubu ...

Court denies Clover Valley lawsuits

Sacramento Superior Court has ruled not to move forward on two lawsuits to stop development of Clover Valley, Terry Davis, Sierra Club Mother Lodge Chapter representative, confirme ...

Residents offer advice to Obama

The Journal asked locals what advice they would give to newly elected President Barack Obama. Click on their pictures to see what they had to say. --Compiled by Journal staff wr ...