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Mountain lion pride captured on camera

A home surveillance camera captured a group of mountain lions last week in Georgetown couple’s yard. Tami and Bob Sutton recently decided to invest in a remote camera t ...

North Auburn senior center targets mid-year move

With more clarity from Placer County this week, the Auburn Multipurpose Senior Center is targeting mid-2015 to be in a new location, the organization’s board president said W ...

Trail cycling world focuses on Auburn area

The Auburn State Recreation Area’s trail-biking reputation will be in the spotlight March 7 when a major manufacturer brings in pros and serious cyclists for a leg of its Lef ...

Gaines sees high business fees and taxes, water storage among state's challenges

In a morning visit to Auburn, Sen. Ted Gaines, R-Roseville, touched on some of the biggest issues he sees facing California after speaking to the Meddlers at City Hall.  Q: W ...

Roseville hit with three structure fires in 24 hours

Police and fire department staffs in Roseville have responded to several calls for structure fires between sunset Wednesday and sunrise Thursday.    At 8:15 p. ...

Meddlers Report – Feb. 24

The Meddlers is an open-forum meeting sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce that meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday at Auburn City Hall, 1225 Lincoln Way. Auburn Journal reporter ...

Council weighs in on Clementine project

Despite the recent postponement of a Canadian energy company’s plans for a hydroelectric facility at an area dam, the Auburn City Council voted to add its two cents on the pr ...

Two area murder cases to air on national TV

By Penne Usher Of the Journal Two gruesome murders from the past will be brought to life Saturday during the Discovery Channel airing of the TV show Deadly Sins’ “Tee ...

Placer supes OK North Auburn homeless shelter site access

Placer supervisors moved Tuesday to allow a non-profit group access to a county-owned North Auburn building to open a 90-day emergency homeless shelter pilot project. The building ...

New $1.3 million Placer program to aid inmates

  Placer County committed Tuesday to a new program intended to reduce returns to its jails. The Board of Supervisors voted to approve a contract with the Sacramento County O ...