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Auburn Police respond to criticism for what Misty Upham's family and friends describe as a lack of cooperation during the recent search and hostility toward her before her disappearance
Community Events, October 2014
The City of Auburn Urban Tree Board recently recognized U.S. General Services Administration as a Tree Steward for preserving the Weeping Willow tree at 400 15th St. SW, Auburn.
Nearly 350 students will vote in the Secretary of State’s annual Mock Election on Oct. 29 at Mt. Baker Middle School in Auburn.
The late Misty Upham's family say she was afraid of Auburn Police because of an incident before her disappearance in which officers allegedly mistreated her. They also argue that Auburn Police could have been much more helpful after she went missing.
For the fifth consecutive year, people who live and work in Pacific along the White River will have additional flood protection this flood season, thanks to a temporary flood barrier that will soon be in place.