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Carlos Lopez Jr. appreciates his good fortune, his place in time. The son of Guatemalan immigrants, he is about to become the first in his family to attend college.
Like many high school seniors, Richelle Orpilla will bask in the glow of graduation this weekend, celebrating the milestone with family and friends.
Best friends and strong leaders, Scott Ohashi and Heather Odell are ready to go out and make the world a better place.
The people have spoken. The renaming of Auburn's Supermall to "The Outlet Collection|Seattle" is a bad idea.
Trevor is meticulous on the job. Despite a developmental disability, the young man puts in a good's day work for A+ Recycling in Auburn.
Don Stevenson, the 76-year-old ultra-marathon walker, plans to cover 1,400 miles for friends and a worthy cause.
War seared Sarah Blum. As a 26-year-old Army nurse in an operating room within earshot of Vietnam's battlefields, Blum saw what modern warfare could do to the human body – and soul.
Breathe deeper, laugh more. Mother and daughter often shared that familiar bit of advice – to remind each other how gentle life could be.
Students at Auburn's Lake View Elementary School joined fish hatchery specialists from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in releasing about 250 young coho salmon into Soos Creek last Friday morning.
For victims of domestic abuse, finding a safe haven remains a difficult challenge. Shelly David, a domestic violence legal advocate for the City of Auburn, knows as much.
The long and agonizing NFL Draft ultimately proved sweet and rewarding for the Paulsons. Auburn's football-loving family watched in great anticipation as coverage of the three-day draft wound down Saturday.
The dangerous combination of teens, texting and driving has emerged as a bigger problem on local and national roadways.
Tensions have ratcheted up between Pacific's unpopular mayor and its frustrated City Council.
Sign language opens a different, engaging channel of communication for Jessica Fletcher.
He's known as "Mad Dog," a retired military man intensively driven to help others succeed. He is also a beloved husband, doting dad, hands-on teacher and self-made businessman.
All roads don't lead to Auburn, but over the ones that do it can be a bumpy, aggravating ride.
Lake View Elementary School students have added yet another chapter to their successful saga as champion readers.
It's Big Tobacco's attempt to blow away competition from Little Tobacco.
In today's competitive business climate, it's full-throttle to win customers. And like auto racing, it's keep up or get out of the fast lane.
Without work but with a family to feed and bills to pay, Auburn's Harmon Kobin struggles to make it work, every day.