Tony Hazarian

Reader Input: Journal’s win is readers’ victory, too

Congratulations to the Auburn Journal on winning the General Excellence Award last week from the California Newspaper Publishers Association. This is a significant achievement that ...

New chamber president backs what’s good for business

Raising awareness and understanding of the “why” of the Auburn Chamber of Commerce is one of the major focuses for incoming President Richard Hall.“Part of that p ...

Moving forward at the Journal

What is going on at the Auburn Journal? It’s a fair question. And one that’s been asked by many community members of Journal staff members as we do our job of reporting on the ...

City approves $2,500 for app

The city is set to ride a wave of technology. The Auburn City Council voted unanimously Monday night to give $2,500 to the Auburn Chamber of Commerce for start-up fees associated ...

Chamber welcomes new president at annual dinner

The first address by the new president of the Auburn Chamber of Commerce was met with mixed emotions. Holding up signs saying both “It’s torture” and “We believe,” abou ...

Installation dinner kicks off 2011 at Auburn chamber

The Auburn Chamber of Commerce will usher in a new president and honor standout members at an annual installation dinner Jan. 8. Tony Hazarian, Auburn Journal publisher, will offi ...

Giants nail passion from longtime fans

Rooting for the San Francisco Giants has been a Rothe family tradition since I was a small child. My great uncle managed the Candlestick Park parking lot when I was a boy and we ha ...

Another View: Put your money where your heart is, and you could win

We want your marked bills. If you were out of town last Friday, you might have missed a little contest we’ve put together to track how dollars flow through the Auburn economy. T ...

Journal upholds news excellence

To Tony Hazarian, publisher, and Deric Rothe, general manager/editor: Congratulations. Wow! Four first-place and five second-place awards from the California Newspaper Publishers ...

‘Cutesy’ poll redundant

If Mr. (Tony) Hazarian bothered to read his own paper, he should have learned from the constant stream of letters that the people residing in the vicinity of the proposed Bohemia p ...