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Patricia Cosgrove saw big things from small art. Cosgrove got the idea touring a gallery in Santa Fe, N.M., several years ago. The exhibit caught her eye – a creative display that featured small, personal works, not large, cooperate art.
Pam Roach understands she isn't the most congenial Senator in Olympia, but the contentious, controversial legislator certainly knows how to win a fight.
Colleen Steele remains hopeful that her resilient son, Cullen, gains the strength to come home.
From soldier to civilian, the transition can be a difficult one for today's veteran.
Flight has taken Bill Anderson to great heights and on many adventures throughout the world.
He was a quiet, unassuming man who loved his wife and family, enjoyed his friends and supported his community.
A strong work ethic, consistency and good health keep 82-year-old Adrienne Rockwell in the game.
Jennifer Knauer's message at the public meeting at Auburn City Hall was simple, direct and effective – the Green River's levee and revetment system is old, and the time to do what must be done to fix it is now.
City audits of Hildreth's eight years of office found no evidence of fraud, misuse of funds or improprieties, Guier said
Authorities are continuing efforts to solve Auburn's bloody mystery. Blood found at a crime scene along Peasley Canyon Drive more than two weeks ago belongs to a 30-year-old man, Auburn Police reported Friday.
Aishah Mohamed appeared pale, somewhat shaken at the sight of a baby being born at MultiCare Auburn Medical Center last week.
The boy from Auburn has always craved adventure. Carew Papritz, son of a rancher, was born in Yosemite National Park and lived his first year in a cabin tent.
Angela Goraphy is all about trying new things and helping others. Persuaded by family and friends, the Auburn woman decided on a whim to compete for the Miss India Washington title.
Don Stevenson has covered many miles for many charities in his 16 years on the trail. But perhaps none has been more emotional than the one he officially completes Tuesday.
Four years at Auburn Riverside High School taught Crystal Song and Jonathan Baunach many things, the most important of which is to believe in yourself.
They have done remarkable things inside and outside the classroom. They are leaders by example, ambitious teenagers driven to succeed, undaunted by the most difficult challenges.
Today the community, tomorrow the world. A service-oriented club at Mt. Baker Middle School is making a difference by helping those in need.
Therese Verzosa won't soon forget the devastation, the sorrow. The Auburn woman was part of a relief mission to the typhoon-torn Philippines earlier this year.
Brian Wharton is comfortable performing complex compositions on the big stage.
Sergey Alter struggled to find a livable, meaningful job in his native land.