Robert Whale

Leaving proud and grateful

Fain offers former colleagues the best on his last day as state senator, looks forward to what’s ahead

 

Rebuild or redevelop?

Owner may decide Heritage site’s fate in 2019

 

UPS truck hits, kills Auburn woman on mobility scooter | victim identified

Accident occurred at the intersection of B and 30th streets Northwest.

 

‘Messy Church’

Life’s crazy, so Auburn congregation offers a ‘come as you are’ approach to all

City Council to mull ID theft ordinance merits

Councilman DaCorsi: ‘I believe we should put the emphasis on county prosecutors to do their job’

Apartment projects lined up for downtown

One project expected to follow another this year

Public input on the future Algona transfer station will continue in 2019

New South King County facility to open in 2023

New technology to help with utility billing process

In late 2017, the City of Auburn wrapped up its automated meter infrastructure project, which has since enabled the utility billing people to get monthly,… Continue reading

Former city fire chief, beloved Santa, dies

Robert K ‘Bob’ Johnson had a zest for life and a heart for kids and the Auburn community

White River Valley Museum names new director

Rachael McAlister’s first full year as director of the White River Valley Museum is going to be a busy one. Among the many projects in… Continue reading

West Auburn students push for cleaner, safer grounds

Leadership class works with City to pick up debris

A career of note

Former general manager of the Auburn Symphony Orchestra ‘absolutely loved’ job

Crews will soon clean up the mess that the demolition of the Heritage Building left behind. ROBERT WHALE, Auburn Reporter

Cleanup of Heritage Building site to begin in new year

For months, a thin strip of canvas on the fence around what remains of the Heritage Building in downtown Auburn post-demolition shielded the lot from… Continue reading

Crews will soon clean up the mess that the demolition of the Heritage Building left behind. ROBERT WHALE, Auburn Reporter

Look of the past for Auburn’s new arts and culture center

Restoration efforts to begin on 81-year-old, red brick building

Baggett to run for second term on City Council in 2019

Deputy Mayor Bob Baggett took to Facebook on Tuesday evening to announce his intention to run for a second term on the Auburn City Council.… Continue reading

Town hall talk: Resident urge lawmakers, leaders to tackle wide range of issues

Voters in Legislative District 47 have a lot they want their representatives in Olympia to tackle. And if the 50-plus who came to an evening… Continue reading

City studies possible annexation of ‘islands’

Klump and Totem areas would bring increased taxes, fees and capital costs for property owners

Vivid art comes to life

Students of Green River College’s first-ever animation class proudly show their works

Stabbing victim won’t cooperate with police; prosecutor declines to move case forward | Update

On Dec. 13, a young man was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after sustaining multiple, life-threatening stab wounds in a late-morning confrontation with… Continue reading

Graffiti decorates the foundation of the State Route 18 overpass in Auburn. City officials are looking at ways to confront a chronic problem. FILE PHOTO

Council eager to wipe away graffiti

Police, City officials trying to stay on top of a chronic problem

Graffiti decorates the foundation of the State Route 18 overpass in Auburn. City officials are looking at ways to confront a chronic problem. FILE PHOTO