Mark Klaas

Compassionate trio shows others the way at Auburn Mountainview | GREAT GRADS ’17

They are respected, widely involved leaders who are considerate of others. They worked on the same team, shared the same goals and probably spent more… Continue reading

Leading, striving for excellence at Auburn Riverside | GREAT GRADS ’17

One is outgoing, an efficient leader who facilitates goodwill. The other is a quiet, conscientious craftsman, a shaper of excellence. Different in style and personality,… Continue reading

Fulfilling his duty on hostile ground

Local man looks back on eventful, challenging year in Vietnam

Taking the next step

Auburn Mountainview salutes its many college-bound seniors

Auburn Library kicks off KCLS’ Summer Reading Program | PHOTOS

Children’s entertainer Eric Herman, his sidekick Puppy Dog Dave and Mayor Nancy Backus joined Auburn Library staff to officially kick off the King County Library… Continue reading

Lions fall to Bears in NPSL fastpitch title game

Auburn Mountainview heads to district as No. 2 seed

Community comes together to build homes for veterans

Joe Mayo once worked on a Navy submarine. Last Saturday, he helped others build a new neighborhood. The veteran, an eager handyman and appreciative homeowner,… Continue reading

Auburn-area athletes tune up for league test

Better weather, better results. Molly House and Kacey Provo are counting on it this week as 4A North Puget Sound League track and field athletes… Continue reading

Garbage band recycles rhythm, and more

Green machine: Rae, Vocal Trash play on, urge others to reduce and reuse

Tales from the wings of pioneers

Aviation legends bring history to college

Garbage band recycles rhythm, and more

Green machine: Rae, Vocal Trash play on, urge others to reduce and reuse

Ready to turn story to film

Author has big plans, triggers independent film company startup

‘We are better than fear’

Gov. Inslee, interfaith community gather to find ways to address hate crimes

Lifesaving equipment donated to Mountain View Fire & Rescue in memory of former volunteer firefighter

Andrea Manske dreamed of becoming a firefighter, a line of work she was passionate about, family members say. The daughter of a fire chief, Manske… Continue reading

Kids play with ponies during Western Days at Reber Ranch

Quota Cares Western Days returned to Reber Ranch on Lea Hill last Saturday.

She’s at the center of the action

Portin shines in local, national water polo

Bob Jones, longtime Auburn High athletic director and coach, dies of pancreatic cancer

Bob Jones, longtime athletic director and football coach at Auburn High School, died Sunday morning after a three-year battle with pancreatic cancer. Jones was 60… Continue reading

Making the right moves: Father, daughter reach high in the sport of karate

Competitive karate has taught Eliana Munden many things, but none more important than discipline and control. Under the guidance of her father and coach, Eliana… Continue reading

Auburn High students building ‘tiny homeless shelter’

School selected for statewide competition that demonstrates real-world learning

Chapman bringing his inspired music and message

Rock & Worship Roadshow is Friday at ShoWare