Editorials

Putting our first responders first

Throughout recent days the deadly wildfire ravaging our neighboring community has reminded us how quickly Mother Nature can change thousands of lives forever in a way like we have ...

Honor veterans this week and all year

Going about our daily routines, many of us don’t think about veterans, what they’ve done for our country and what they’ve gone through. Best case scenario, we ta ...

Our View: Highway Patrol’s I-80 stop a bracing reminder

A homicide suspect on the run and heading deeper into Placer County and maybe more trouble. Spotted by a California Highway Patrol officer near Gold Run on Interstate 80, it would ...

Make time to enjoy Halloween

The Halloween spirit seems to be earlier this year. More orange and black lights, huge spider webs, along with cute pumpkin and spooky cutouts, are in front yards of houses and on ...

Our Auburn, our home

Past McCann Award winners recently gathered at Awful Annie’s to share what’s happening in each of their lives. This esteemed group continues to put Auburn first with th ...

Our View: Deputy death a test of community’s resolve

It’s more than a cliche these days to write about supporting your local law enforcement. But it’s also a death-hardened fact of life that peace officers need that supp ...

Our community is vibrant, alive, and a great place to live

Auburn and Placer County are thriving. At last week’s gathering of community leaders, businesses, service clubs, nonprofits and outstanding citizens, the spirit and pride wer ...

A time to honor our fallen and first responders

It was 17 years ago next Tuesday, Sept. 11, that we remember the events that took place on a morning that the world stood still and changed forever. As we look back, we remember t ...

Our View: Female runner's scary confrontation underlines canyon caution

The axiom on Auburn-area trails is that you should worry more about the two-legged animals than the four-legged ones. That point hit home hard this week when a female runner was a ...

Puzzling times and a bright future

2018 is going by in the blink of an eye. Here at the Auburn Journal, we are continuing to make the necessary changes to keep your community newspaper alive and well for many years ...

Barbecue time

This year will be the 36th annual Auburn Rotary “Spirit of Auburn Community BBQ,” the largest fundraiser of the year for this local service club. The greater Auburn com ...

Be prepared for foothill wildfire

As over a dozen fires are burning across California, it’s important to be more prepared than ever before. In Thursday’s Auburn Journal, we published a 24-page Fire and ...

Are you ready for football?

While we are about to end the month of July, it may seem like it’s early, but yes, it is time to start talking about high school football in our community. At the Auburn Jou ...

Let’s help end local hunger

Going hungry is more than just having a growling stomach. It’s lightheadedness. Dizziness. Headaches. Difficulty in focusing on anything. No one wants to experience that ...

Our View: Rogue massage operators unwelcome in Auburn. It’s the law

Massage businesses in Auburn offering sexual services? Wherever there is a weak link in the chain of justice, there is a member of the criminal community looking for a way i ...