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Auburn City Council OKs website and audit contracts

The conversation about Auburn’s outdated city website turned the corner from discussion to action Monday night with a major step toward improving the online informational hub ...

Auburn city eyes new website

Auburn could soon have a new portal to city-related information if plans to overhaul the antiquated existing website are realized. During discussion at Monday night’s counci ...

Reader Input: Imagine finding stalker in home

Imagine one night coming into your daughter or son’s room and finding a criminal outside her window with a camera recording her as she undressed. Would you get your 12-gaug ...

Navigating the password jungle

Have you ever, out of desperation, resorted to using the password “password” or “123456?” Security pass codes can be frustrating and, if you’re like m ...

Placer County wants public to weigh in on website revamp

  Placer County government is moving toward unveiling a new look for its website, but it wants feedback from residents before doing a final redesign. As part of the new webs ...

Hacker attack brings Auburn Chamber of Commerce Website temporarily down

  AUBURN CA - The Auburn Chamber of Commerce Website was wearing a new, unwanted look Monday after being victimized by a hacker. While a stream of letters cascaded on a blac ...

SARSAS IT volunteer needed

Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and Steelhead (SARSAS) is an all-volunteer 501 C 3 nonprofit, public benefit corporation. SARSAS is seeking a volunteer to set up a website and manage it. ...

Another View: What’s up with all those questions on the Journal site?

As we enter the fourth week of our new digital world here at the Auburn Journal, we continue to hear positive comments about our website’s new design — and our fair sha ...

Bill Kirby removes incorrect endorsements from Auburn City Council campaign website

When City Councilman Dr. Bill Kirby learned late last week that his campaign website from the last election was live online and contained an outdated endorsements section, he said ...

Journal online comment stifled

It is upsetting to see that the Auburn Journal has changed the online comment system. The new platform requires readers to use Facebook to log in to comment. While I think people s ...