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Old Auburn High School main building demolished

Crews knock down the main building of the old Auburn High School on Tuesday afternoon. The debris is being removed to make way for parking for the new high school along East Main Street, which is set to open Sept. 3. - Rachel Ciampi/Auburn Reporter
  • Jul 17, 2014 at 10:00AM updated Jul 23, 2014 at 12:25PM

Crews demolished the main Auburn High School building Tuesday, making way for parking for the new high school set to open Sept. 3.

 

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Coal trains could increase vehicle wait times by 65 percent

  • Today at 2:08PM

Coal trains could cause an average 65 percent increase in traffic wait times at rail crossings, with no benefit to local economy, according to an economic impact study by the Puget Sound Regional Council.

Report: more train traffic expected locally with proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal

  • Today at 1:21PM

The Puget Sound Regional Council released a study today that identifies how much train traffic could increase if the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal near Bellingham were built.

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King County executive calls for federal action to protect region from oil train disasters

  • Today at 1:18PM

King County Executive Dow Constantine commented Thursday about the oil tank car derailment earlier in the day underneath the Magnolia Bridge in Seattle:

Traffic alert: Emergency closure at Auburn Way South at Academy Drive

  • Jul 23, 2014 at 5:00PM

There will be intermittent closures of both north and southbound lanes of Auburn Way South near Academy Drive to remove a dangerous tree for the next few hours.

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