YMCA will dedicate building to Auburn community legend Dick Brugger

It began in 1973, when a group of parents, government leaders and educators organized to address the growing problem of… Continue reading

(Left to right) Sergey Alter poses on a forklift with Travis Parke, Seth Myers and Joe Drake at the Safeway distribution center where Alter works. Photo by Henry Stewart-Wood/Sound Publishing

Puget Sound Training Center hopes to help more Ukrainian refugees

Sergey Alter immigrated to the U.S. from Ukraine in 2001 and received training from the Puget Sound Training Center.


Zoom panel discusses Jesse Sarey’s killing by Auburn police

Panelists include students from Harvard, Sarey’s family and local activists.

This screenshot from Auburn Police Department bodycam footage shows an officer about to fire his weapon and kill dog on May 13, 2022.

Auburn police shoot dog, and owner claims it wasn’t justified

See videos of attack as well as bodycam footage of officer firing at dog.

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Prosecutor charges Seattle man with first-degree assault for Auburn stabbing

Two men were fighting on May 6 when a bystander inserted himself into the altercation, produced a large knife. stabbed… Continue reading

Federal Way resident Bob Roegner is a former mayor of Auburn. Contact bjroegner@comcast.net.

Behind the appointment of King County’s new sheriff | Roegner

King County Executive Dow Constantine had three finalists to choose from when he decided who the next sheriff would be. Continue reading...

Robert Whale can be reached at rwhale@soundpublishing.com.

Roe v. Wade and the road we have been down before | Whale’s Tales

I have been thinking a lot lately about the Prohibition Era in the United States and the fiery, brook-no-argument crusaders Continue reading...

Emma Haddon has her dog Leo run through the tire. File photo

Petpalooza returns May 21 to Auburn’s Game Farm Park

After a 2-year pandemic time-out, Petpalooza, Auburn’s critter spectacular, returns from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at Continue reading...

Robert Toomey, CFA/CFP, is Vice President of Research for S. R. Schill & Associates on Mercer Island.

News of market volatility has felt like a pinball machine lately | Guest column

Webster’s dictionary defines the word volatility as “characterized by or subject to rapid or unexpected change.” Interestingly, Webster cites the Continue reading...

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Kids reel ‘em in at annual fishing derby in Auburn

When Isabel Palady, a girl of few words, caught the first fish of her life last Saturday morning at Mill Continue reading...


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Some of the art on display at the City Hall Gallery.

New art on display in Auburn

Several galleries have new pieces on display


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Screenshot of April 5 Edmonds City Council meeting. Inset (L-R): Mayor Mike Nelson and council members Kristiana Johnson, Will Chen, Neil Tibbott, Diane Buckshnis, Vivian Olson, Susan Paine and Laura Johnson. (City of Edmonds)

After long debate, Edmonds bans homeless people from living outside

The criminal law is unenforceable if no shelter is open within 35 miles. The City Council approved it over public outcry.


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Cannabis DUI challenge rejected by state Supreme Court

Everett man argued the law must be tossed because legal limit for THC is not supported by science.

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