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Curtis Swanson and his classmates peered up at the sun-kissed sign outside their school.
Sidewalks and curbs, public open space and art, vegetation and lighting, bike lanes and seating.
Gresch Jensen ran for three first-half touchdowns and later passed for a fourth as Auburn Mountainview defeated rival Auburn 42-30 in a South Puget Sound League 3A game Friday night at Auburn Memorial Stadium.
In the shadows of her sister's death, Denise Brown has found light and purpose.
City leaders and the Auburn Domestic Violence Task Force welcomed Denise Brown to the valley and joined her in planting a purple rhododendron in front of City Hall in honor of Brown's late sister, Nicole Brown Simpson.
Auburn's "jet" offense took flight by staying on the ground Friday night.
A dig, a blessing and the rebirth of a storied bathhouse.
Performing on a big stage in front of many people is as natural as breathing to Siahna Im.
Spirited. Engaging. Tight. It's what to expect in an election year as candidates pursue big, powerful seats in office.
Gail Yamasaki smiled as children sang in the park on a sun-kissed afternoon.
The Hops & Crops Music and Beer Festival – featuring regional craft beer, live music and activities – embraced historic Mary Olson Farm last Saturday.
Two tough games, two difficult losses. But Auburn coach Gordon Elliott sees progress in his young football team as it steps into South Puget Sound League 3A play on Friday.
Coaching volleyball is a careful balancing act. Chris Leverenz knows all about it.
Cold craft beers and ciders, soulful music, newly planted gardens and plenty of room to roam about in a beautiful setting.
Plenty of speed to burn, targets to choose from and a quick trigger to make it all go.
Rhonda White vows to find her long-lost daughter. And she’s asking for the public’s help.
Sixty-six years later, the Auburn High School class of 1949 remains a tight-knit bunch.
Lysne Nolte is a warm-hearted, generous woman, a fancier of flip-flops, a woman of sole.
Son Do wants to help people in the way others have helped his mother. A career in medicine might be just the way to do that.
Our streets, sidewalks and trails have turned violent, bloody, even deadly in recent days and months.