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Drought no hindrance to raft tours
Sunday Jul 06 2014
The rafting industry in Placer County isn’t suffering, despite low snow melt and ongoing drought conditions throughout the state. According to local rafting companies, the o ...
Newly opened river stretch blends natural, manmade thrills
Thursday May 31 2012
The historic Mountain Quarries Railroad Bridge serves as a reminder of the rich history of the Auburn area shortly after the rafts hit the water just past the confluence of the Nor ...
Death serves as safety reminder along American River
Wednesday May 16 2012
The American River has been utilized by gold miners, power companies and has served as a water source for towns and cities along the way. It can also be used for recreational activ ...
Authorities look into cause of death of rafter on North Fork American River run
Monday May 07 2012
AUBURN CA - A Rohnert Park man has died while whitewater rafting on the North Fork of the American River near Colfax and authorities are looking into the possibility of a fatal hea ...
Rafter dies in North Fork American River
Monday May 07 2012
AUBURN CA - A Rohnert Park man has died in the North Fork of the American River near Colfax, while whitewater rafting, authorities have reported. The man has been identified as Sta ...
Auburn-area rivers running weaker but still cause for caution
Wednesday Jul 06 2011
Whitewater rafting outfitters are finally looking at low-enough river flows to put them back on the upper Middle Fork of the American River and through the famed Tunnel Chute. Tri ...
Warm weather’s arrival brings Sierra meltdown concerns
Wednesday Jun 08 2011
Records show the snow has piled up in the Sierra further into the spring than any other time over the past 65 years. Now it’s time for the meltdown. Just how fast the snowpack ...
Exploring new whitewater
Thursday Apr 07 2011
Michael Juarez relishes in the thrill of exploring uncharted territory. With just the hard shell of his kayak standing between him and the elements, Juarez, who owns Whitewater Ph ...
Raft fees going up in Auburn State Recreation Area
Monday Feb 07 2011
Raft fees going up in Auburn State Recreation Area By Gus Thomson Journal Staff Writer State Parks will be asking river-rafting businesses to dig deeper into their pockets a ...
Auburn River Festival judged wet and wildly successful, could get bigger
Tuesday May 25 2010
The inaugural Auburn River Festival made a big enough splash to have organizers already talking excitedly about next year. Guy Cables, an Auburn kayak rental business owner and me ...
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