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The Auburn Police Department and the family of Caleta S. White are asking for the public's help in locating their missing daughter.
As a complex amalgamation of many of Dr. Seuss's most famous books, "Seussical" has been described as an imaginative, magical, tuneful spectacle.
Some like it HOT. More drivers are warming up to the Valley Freeway's (HOT) high-occupancy toll lanes, giving engineers and transportation leaders hope that the project eventually will expand to further ease gridlock on one of the state's most congested corridors.
Looking for guidance, discipline and skills, Auburn's Keith Nichols found it working closely with a cop. "I love it," said the 19-year-old Nichols. "I've gained confidence and self-worth."
Pacific City Hall provides few dull moments these cloudy days. Controversy, awakened by what some consider the fumblings of a new administration, grips this small town in Auburn's shadow.
A talented group of young singers and musicians came together for a good cause last Friday.
A Pacific City Council member killed his wife decades ago but should keep his elected position.
The food and service weren't up to par for golfers. So said a report that examined conditions and recommended ways to improve the menu and accommodations at Copper Falls Restaurant & Bar on the Auburn Golf Course.
From the confines of his multi-faceted one-man shop, Tom Erdmann Jr. brings many things to life with his artistry.
Cy Sun came not as Pacific's recently-elected mayor but as a citizen determined to defend his military record.
Clad in leather, clutching furry friends, Laura Garvin smiled at the large gathering. And well she should smile — after all, Gavin's partly responsible for that crazy Sunday afternoon every February when Auburn Regional Medical Center succumbs to motorcycle madness.
Call it innovation or more fittingly, intervention. A strategic program is making a difference for students at Auburn Mountainview High School.
Cy Sun vowed last fall that if voters elected him mayor of Pacific, change would come to City Hall.
Formerly a barista, Lacey Haack now owns and operates a remodeled coffee stand in south Auburn.
Washington wine for Japanese sake. Sounds like an inviting exchange, and one international business arrangement Auburn leaders soon hope to toast.
Tera Sabo considered herself a contestant, not a contender. A year removed from her first experience at the Miss Auburn Scholarship Pageant pageant, the 18-year-old from Maple Valley returned a wiser, more composed young lady to confront the bright lights of the Performing Arts Center stage.
As a young, idealistic and naive teenager, Ann Worden didn't expect much to happen when she stepped onto the bright stage in the spring of 1963.
In her darkest days, the wrath of her child's abusive father rained down on her. Their relationship was volatile, with a latent threat always hanging in the air.
A painful injury, a break from the action didn't discourage Jill Joiner-Wong from trying again.
The lasting images and unforgettable stories often bring Janet Solar Lybeck back to the family farm.