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Frozen: Storm leaves a frigid grip on Auburn

Auburn schools, local colleges reopen; some roads remain icy | UPDATE

Lions bounce Ravens; Trojans win sixth straight

Three Auburn schools open district play this week

Standout trio leads NPSL Olympic first-team lineup

Auburn Mountainview’ s Taylor Flores, Auburn’s Emily Strojan and Auburn Riverside’s Stephanie Igwala made the North Puget Sound League Olympic Division girls basketball first team… Continue reading

Ravens, Kunimura soar to All-City wins

Auburn Riverside edges rival Auburn Mountainview for quad meet conquest

Auburn tops Enumclaw, captures division’s No. 3 spot for league plays

Auburn defeated Enumclaw 40-31 in a North Puget Sound League Olympic Division third-place tiebreaker at Auburn Mountainview High School on Tuesday night. Both girls basketball… Continue reading

Auburn baseball makes coaching change

Mentink out after 5 seasons; Elliott steps in as interim coach

Venerable councilman Peloza appointed deputy mayor

As Auburn’s newly-minted deputy mayor, Bill Peloza expects to hit the ground running. This week, the four-term Auburn Councilman offered hints as to what that… Continue reading

Downtown ice rink to remain open until Jan. 21, with new hours

Auburn’s ice skating rink on Main Street Plaza will remain open through Jan. 21, Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Operating hours have changed. The rink,… Continue reading

Former T-Birds star Barzal makes NHL All-Star Game

Player shined in four seasons at Kent’s ShoWare Center

Police investigating death of Auburn man whose body they found in the trunk of his car | UPDATE

Victim identified; detectives work the scene; public’s help sought

Pacin’ Parson walking for Seattle Children’s

Stevenson covering miles to thank the hospital for treating his cancer-stricken great-grandson

Green River College President Suzanne Johnson, who does not dispute a review that found GRC had violated statutory and regulatory requirements, said the school has won an appeal to have the Department of Education greatly reduce its $574,500 fine. FILE PHOTO

Green River College wins appeal; fine reduced for violations

DOE: school failed to report crime statistics and inform public; GRC to pay $250,000

Green River College President Suzanne Johnson, who does not dispute a review that found GRC had violated statutory and regulatory requirements, said the school has won an appeal to have the Department of Education greatly reduce its $574,500 fine. FILE PHOTO

Top high school wrestlers to compete in The Gut Check Jan. 3-5 at Kent’s ShoWare Center

Teams from five states, including Auburn Mountainview and Auburn Riverside; also features college bracket

Auburn teen shot in southwest Renton; suspects unidentified

A 16 year-old Auburn boy suffered a life-threatening gunshot wound at a Renton apartment complex Sunday. Renton Police officers – dispatched to a reported shooting… Continue reading

State Senate leaders have decided to suspend an outside investigation into a rape allegation made against state Sen. Joe Fain, R-Auburn, who lost his reelection bid. REPORTER FILE PHOTO

Senate calls off investigation into rape allegation against Sen. Fain

Both parties claim the process is a partisan one

State Senate leaders have decided to suspend an outside investigation into a rape allegation made against state Sen. Joe Fain, R-Auburn, who lost his reelection bid. REPORTER FILE PHOTO

City on ice

Main Street Plaza makes way for seasonal skating rink

Auburn quarterback Calvin Liulamaga runs against Auburn Mountainview during the Trojans’ 37-29 win on Oct. 5. League coaches chose Liulamaga as the NPSL Valley Division All-Purpose Player of the Year. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Trojans’ Liulamaga, Lions’ White lead postseason honors

Auburn and Auburn Mountainview were well represented on the postseason football honor roll. Calvin Liulamaga, Auburn’s senior dual-threat quarterback, earned All-Purpose Player of the Year… Continue reading

Auburn quarterback Calvin Liulamaga runs against Auburn Mountainview during the Trojans’ 37-29 win on Oct. 5. League coaches chose Liulamaga as the NPSL Valley Division All-Purpose Player of the Year. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

New Dick’s Drive-In on Kent’s West Hill to officially open Dec. 12

Popular burger joint plans grand opening, ribbon cutting

Ravens lead all-league selections

Coach Lewis, players honored for championship season

Auburn swimmers part state waters

Raven freshmen get their feet wet against top competition