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Pesky pranks

Who doesn’t like tapping into their inner deviant and pulling a good prank? April Fools’ Day is here and so are the meticulously devised hoaxes and practical pranks be ...

Van fire on I-80; traffic backed up west of Penryn

12:30 p.m. 4/1/15 PENRYN: A van fire on eastbound Interstate 80, just east of the Penryn exit, has traffic backed up two to three miles. The fire has been extinguished but traffic ...

Choose a chili packed with flavor, not fat

Have you ever looked at that chicken in the refrigerator and thought ... “Not another night of the typical chicken. Fried, Baked, Grilled etc. How can I prepare this chicken ...

Call to readers: APOA letters

Did you receive a letter from the Auburn Police Officers Association (APOA)? What do you think about it? We need your help keeping this conversation going. We want to publish you ...

Agencies brace for fire season

Worry over the seemingly eminent fire threat this year is manifesting itself in the preparations being made at state and local fire stations. With the lack of rain and snow a cons ...

Be prepared for Eagles

Eagle Scout projects are scattered throughout our community and we are seeing an unprecedented resurgence of Boy Scouts obtaining their Eagle Scout award. “There are about 1 ...

Auburn Community TV crew's video is thoughtful tribute to longtime Downtown business

Unless you keep a careful watch — or there is a technical issue with the council video equipment — it’s unlikely that you’ve noticed the dynamic audio-video ...

Crime Victims United prepares for annual Capitol bill flurry

A leading advocate for crime victims in California, Harriet Salarno and the non-profit Crime Victims United are ready to do battle in the state Legislature again this year on behal ...

Nevada County opts to depart from Auburn based SEDCorp

As of July 1, Nevada County will end a 46-year relationship with a multi-county economic development group based in Auburn. SEDCorp funding was politely dropped by the Nevada Coun ...

Mush is on the menu

Pilots Aaron Zeff and Ron Gilindo, who shadowed the recently completed Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska with their two single engine aircraft, will tell ...