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Nitta, Struble orchards were on farm tour
Friday Apr 25 2014
50 YEARS AGO April 17, 1964 -- The Nitta and Struble plum orchards were destinations for fruit growers participating in an orchard tour. Growers would observe "Cut and Burn&q ...
Penryn experienced widespread sewer failure in 1989
Thursday Apr 17 2014
50 YEARS AGO April 24, 1964 – Pear Psylla, the most hated insect on California pears since it got into the state in 1956, was on the loose in Placer County. The pest ...
Media Life: “Draft Day” movie has Auburn creative connection
Friday Apr 11 2014
When “Draft Day” starring Kevin Costner lights up movie screens across the United States today, former Auburn resident Gareth Smith’s work will be a big part of w ...
Edwards, Cooper were first DO grads to attend UC Berkeley
Wednesday Apr 09 2014
50 YEARS AGO April 10, 1964 -- The first two Del Oro graduates to attend UC Berkeley were Perry Edwards and Tom Cooper. The first five students to enroll at UC Davis were Anita Yo ...
Media Life: YouTube’s “The Original” gives WS100 pioneer global spotlight
Friday Apr 04 2014
A South African video production company has teamed with outdoor gear maker Salomon to share the story of pioneering Meadow Vista ultra-endurance runner Gordy Ainsleigh with the We ...
Letter from John Mehl of Anchorage: They survived Alaska tidal wave
Tuesday Apr 01 2014
50 YEARS AGO April 3, 1964 -- Mrs. Mehl of Loomis received a letter from Mr. and Mrs. John Mehl of Anchorage, Alaska stating that they survived a tidal wave catastrophe that swep ...
It’s official. Mountain Quarries Railroad Bridge now a California Historical Landmark
Sunday Mar 30 2014
Newly minted as a California Historical Landmark and with a gleaming plaque to prove it, the Mountain Quarries Railroad Bridge is 102 years old and far from sagging under the weigh ...
Auburn Masons to allow rare public peek at inner sanctum
Tuesday Mar 25 2014
With Gold Rush roots and a charter dated Nov. 7, 1851, Auburn’s Masonic Lodge is getting ready to celebrate renovations on its Downtown Auburn hall that retain and enha ...
Media Life: Wild Willie Slade's 1970 hoax inspires Ophir Prison Marching Band
Friday Mar 21 2014
A humbug can be defined as a hoax meant in jest. Journey with us now to the days of yore – actually the late 1960s and early 1970s – to learn about one of the ...
Photo Gallery:Landmark PG&E building in Ophir melds form, function
Sunday Mar 16 2014
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