UNITED Auburn indian community

Reader Input: Condolences to fallen officers

On behalf of the entire United Auburn Indian Community along with the employees at Thunder Valley Casino Resort and Whitney Oaks Golf Club, I would like to offer our deepest condol ...

Guilty plea for United Auburn Indian Community contractor in $17 million fraud case

A San Diego man entrusted with overseeing construction of United Auburn Indian Community buildings in Auburn pleaded guilty Thursday to fraud and money laundering charges. Bart Wa ...

Colfax Indian Cemetery could be turned over to Auburn Indian Community

  The Colfax Indian Cemetery is moving closer to being returned to Indian hands. The half-acre cemetery on Iowa Hill Road was transferred to the Colfax Cemetery District 51 ...

‘Big Time’ is the right time to show your true colors

They enter from the east, like the sun, and proceed in a clockwise direction until they circle the fairgrounds’ lawn. Because a circle has no beginning or end. It’s the ...

New charges in United Auburn Indian fraud case

    A superseding indictment brought Thursday by a federal grand jury adds charges of filing false tax returns to a string of allegations against three defendants accus ...

Reader Input: How fair was Baltimore Ravine offer?

What doesn’t seem to concern anyone in this whole Baltimore Ravine saga is not that the United Auburn Indian Community kept their ownership of the L.L.C. undisclosed in order ...

Our View: Meeting over Baltimore Ravine Project a good first step

Much to our delight the printed word once again flexed its muscle as it shined the light on a topic important to the community and promoted open discussion – even if it didn& ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Auburn and UAIC meet over Baltimore Ravine; fundraiser for accident victim; smoking in local parks and playoff hoops

  Welcome to the Auburn Journal’s “Noon Hour Update,” where we’ll present you with stories and updates on what’s going on in the news and what w ...

Auburn tribe seeks putting Rancheria land into federal trust

Weeks after an anonymous letter sent to hundreds of Auburn residents led to the revelation of the local tribe’s ownership of a major development project, an unnamed messenger ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Placer’s Vanderdoes signs on the dotted line; No more Saturday mail; Baltimore Ravine reaction and fundraiser for a familiar face

  Welcome to the Auburn Journal’s “Noon Hour Update,” where we’ll present you with stories and updates on what’s going on in the news and what w ...