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Reader Input: Check that card allows local use

I would like to bring to the attention of everyone who purchases gift cards to be sure for the sake of the recipient, that the cards are redeemable at a convenient location. I, f ...

Reader Input: Glad to see Matt Spokely will run

I was delighted to see the letter in last Sunday’s Journal referencing Matt Spokely’s decision to run for Auburn City Council (“Matt Spokely is the ‘real de ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Super Sunday is right around the corner; Furry friends bring smiles; Del Oro High pool update and foothill livestock and the drought

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: The big game is Sunday and Auburn football fans are getting ready. Reporter Amy Lobenberg will have a story on places to go to see the Super Bowl and w ...

Reader Input: Basket programs ease the holiday

It is that time of year when the communities of Colfax, Foresthill, Loomis, Meadow Vista and Auburn are preparing for their annual Christmas Baskets. These local Christmas Basket ...

Colfax man suffers serious injuries when debris goes through windshield

A Colfax resident sustained major head injuries  when he was struck by a piece of vehicle debris that entered through the front windshield of his vehicle yesterday morning on ...

Reader Input: Story dissed Colfax High

Once again, the Auburn Journal has “dissed” Colfax High by placing the top score of the SAT success list at the bottom, and placing Placer’s (23rd) at the top (&l ...

Reader Input: Nothing eats a mountain lion

What animal lovers don’t realize is that lions are at the top of the food chain (“Changes to California mountain-lion policy aim to reduce kills,” Journal, Sept. ...

Weimar man to serve 20 years for murder of fiancée, unborn child

A Weimar man will spend the next 19 years and eight months in prison for the second-degree murder of his fiancée and their unborn child. Lee Konnerth, 37, was charged with ...

Reader Input: Tip of the hat to Auburn PD

I am hoping you will print this short tribute to the Auburn Police Department. Last night, while dining at Bootleggers, my cell phone rang. It was the Auburn Police telling me th ...