Mark Klaas

‘It means more than you probably will ever know’

Chamber honors Mayor Nancy Backus with Bill Kyle Service Award at recognition dinner

Kentlake subdues Auburn in division opener

Falcons fly to 4-0 start; injuries, mistakes hamper Trojans

Trojans zap Royals, retain Taylor Trophy

Auburn storms back after lightning delay to deliver first victory

Ravens outlast Trojans, move to 2-0

Auburn Riverside retains Fugate Trophy with 34-32 victory

Ravens escape Lions in hard-fought opener, 21-17

Ground game, late interception fuel and seal Auburn Riverside’s victory

New head coach, swift attack to show the way for Trojans

Chantler brings his version of the spread offense to Auburn; talented Lions look to make some noise

Seniors take wing

Foundation honors elderly military veterans with flights in an historic, open-cockpit, two-seater biplane

Ravens ready for another run

‘Coach Izzy’ gets the call to lead Auburn Riverside

Pertinent play, a ‘very human’ story hits local stage

In ‘Alma,’ Theatre Battery shares a new tale of an undocumented family in the U.S.

Remembering, honoring Kent’s fallen hero

Police, city leaders, family, supporters gather to remember Officer Diego Moreno, who was killed in the line of duty

Students getting a hands-on opportunity, a real-life look

MultiCare’s annual Nurse Camp inspires future medical professionals

Auburn edges Kent in classic duel for District 10 title

All-Stars advance to state playoffs on July 22

Shooting stars

Kent survives elimination game, plays for District 10 championship against rival Auburn on Saturday

Being all they can be at Auburn Riverside

Bates, Santiano leave behind a legacy of excellence at the school

Being true to themselves

Alfrey, Mordo work hard to succeed, flourish at Auburn Mountainview

Pickup truck crashes into doughnut shop | VIDEO

Two customers narrowly escape injury; driver under arrest for investigation of DUI

See the whole, wide world

Local woman, husband are ready for their next adventure: the Mongol Rally

Students all in for Avery

Student director, producer setting the stage for a benefit to help Auburn family and their foundation to fight a terrible disease

Remembering the fallen, honoring those who serve in harm’s way

Hundreds gather to pay tribute to military men and women of today and yesterday at Tahoma National Cemetery

Raven sprinters finish with a flurry in 4A finals

Lions make some noise on the oval; Trojans shine in the field | PHOTOS