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Back from the ashes, racing

Local community helps veteran driver get back on the track

 

Students experience hands-on, skilled nursing at camp

Nursing is in the blood, so naturally John Bato-Borja and Sara Koenig are following their parents' footsteps to careers in the health care world.

 

Former pro football player finds his calling as youth pastor

Gordon Banks, a successful businessman and a former NFL player, was considering offers to coach in the college and pro ranks.

 

Mayor to mayor: Sister Cities meet up

Dignitaries from Auburn's Sister City of Pyeongchang, South Korea, including the city's new mayor, Jae-Kook Sim, visited Auburn leaders at City Hall on Wednesday, the latest goodwill exchange between the communities.

Candidates expand on issues as election looms

Local candidates, including familiar personalities who occupy seats in the state House of Representatives, agreed on many issues during a two-hour forum Oct. 19 at Kent Commons.

New vicar has vision to do more for the community

Antonio Illas has worn many cloths and fulfilled different duties to help others.

New vicar has vision to do more for the community

Antonio Illas has worn many cloths and fulfilled different duties to help others.

Mayor to mayor: Sister Cities meet up

Dignitaries from Auburn's Sister City of Pyeongchang, South Korea, including the city's new mayor, Jae-Kook Sim, visited Auburn leaders at City Hall on Wednesday, the latest goodwill exchange between the communities.

Students experience hands-on, skilled nursing at camp

Nursing is in the blood, so naturally John Bato-Borja and Sara Koenig are following their parents' footsteps to careers in the health care world.

Back from the ashes, racing

Local community helps veteran driver get back on the track

One year later: mother still seeks answers to son’s death

Pamela Andrews’ son, Michael Bippes, was stabbed to death on July 7, 2015, on the Interurban Trail in Auburn

Former pro football player finds his calling as youth pastor

Gordon Banks, a successful businessman and a former NFL player, was considering offers to coach in the college and pro ranks.

Auburn Mountainview duo prepared to help others | Top grads

No matter what lies ahead of them, Christian Rotter and Priya Rabadia are certain of one thing: they are determined to make life better for others.

Shining seniors lead the way at Auburn Riverside | Top grads

One likes a good debate, the other, solving complex computer problems.

Local man helps others with similar mental health struggles

Drugs and alcohol and untreated depression had taken their toll on Anthony Freshour.

Gulf War veteran, martial artist works today to help others | Memorial Day Weekend

Tony Whetstine remembers the thick, suffocating smoke and the dim, polluted skies over the burning oil fields of Kuwait 25 years ago.

Right touch for serious injuries; VRFA works with student trainers on the latest techniques

Connecting emergency medical professionals to young student trainers was the appropriate next step.

Police, residential property managers get on the same page

Neighbors and busy residential property managers in north Auburn, Dawn Costello and Robin Dyer had never met.

Chamber honors Cross for her contributions to the community

Virginia Cross says the secret to her success can be found in her relationships with others.

30 years in business: snack company tasting success

Times are good at Tim's Cascade Snacks. The Algona-based company, an up-and still-rising player in the potato chip game, keeps winning over taste buds.