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Media Life: Placer’s Highway 40 stretch gets new monument in Ophir
Friday Feb 21 2014
Take a detour off the smooth textures of Interstate 80 and onto Ophir Road near Auburn and you’ll soon get an inkling for how automobile travel felt and sounded like in ...
Curtain rises on Auburn's State Theatre remake
Thursday Feb 20 2014
The venerable State Theatre in Downtown Auburn is set to close its doors May 1 and reopen again in late summer to allow a major expansion in seating and stage area. Under plans ann ...
The bittersweet Americanization of Hiroshi Kashiwagi
Tuesday Feb 18 2014
Wistful and painful memories fill the pages of Hiroshi Kashiwagi’s new book “Starting from Loomis and Other Stories.” Kashiwagi, 91, lives in San Francisco now. ...
Media Life: New book a guide to American River canyon, life
Friday Feb 14 2014
You have to hand it to Eric Peach and Co. for coming up with not only a new and improved edition of “The American River Insider’s Guide” but also sneaking ...
Ophir fights back after being victimized by plaque-theft plague
Thursday Feb 13 2014
Ophir residents with an eye on preserving a vein of rich Gold Rush history in their rural Placer County community are organizing a drive to replace a cherished marker that was stol ...
Media Life: When giant arrows guided planes over Placer
Friday Feb 07 2014
It’s hard to believe in a 21st century world that early day pilots in flimsy flying machines were guided on low-altitude, cross-country jaunts by giant concrete arrows spaced ...
Local voices of the Holocaust share stories in Rocklin
Tuesday Feb 04 2014
On Thursday, Feb. 27, Margot Goldberg from Loomis/Palo Alto, Manny Hirschel from Roseville and Sy Karfiol from Roseville, will share their personal experiences as witnesses of the ...
Opposition organizing against demolition of WWII theater in North Auburn
Tuesday Feb 04 2014
Supporters of an effort to keep a 70-year-old North Auburn theater from being demolished to make way for a Costco parking lot will be holding an organization meeting Wednesday. Co ...
Media Life: Old Town Auburn’s Happy Hour sign loses shining light
Friday Jan 31 2014
It’s a sign that’s hard to miss – a beacon featuring a martini glass that promises much but leads nowhere. The Happy Hour is long gone in Old Town, but the sign s ...
101-year-old locomotive with Auburn history travels to new home in Willits
Thursday Jan 30 2014
An honored guest during celebrations surrounding the 100th birthday party for the Mountain Quarries Railroad Bridge in 2012, Engine 202 made the move Wednesday from Auburn to its n ...
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