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Walk this way: Students, staff, leaders join Safe Kids Seattle-South King effort

City and school leaders joined the Valley Regional Fire Authority and Kent Police for International Walk to School Day with Washington Elementary students Wednesday morning.… Continue reading

Lions, Trojans fall in NPSL division openers

Junior running back Berkley Alfrey ran for 192 yards on 28 carries and freshman quarterback Kayde Bodine threw two touchdown passes and ran for another,… Continue reading

Lights out: Wire theft disrupts high school sports schedule at Federal Way Stadium

Officials draw up adjusted schedule for teams; games pushed to daylight start times

Bartell Drugs, at 3902 A St. SE, closes for good on Sept. 29. ROBERT WHALE, Auburn Reporter

Difficult times: Bartell Drugs closes its Auburn store

After 24 years in business at 3902 A St. SE, Bartell Drugs in Auburn closes for good on Sept. 29. Store employees, citing company policy,… Continue reading

Bartell Drugs, at 3902 A St. SE, closes for good on Sept. 29. ROBERT WHALE, Auburn Reporter

West Hill residents escape burning home; damage estimated at $1.5 million

A smoke alarm alerted two residents in time to escape their burning home on Auburn’s West Hill Thursday afternoon. According to the Valley Regional Fire… Continue reading

Auburn Municipal Airport, which began operations in 1969, is one of the busiest of its kind in the state. REPORTER FILE PHOTO

City applies to FAA for $3.1 million to extend airport runway

Officials: longer runway would bring in more business

Auburn Municipal Airport, which began operations in 1969, is one of the busiest of its kind in the state. REPORTER FILE PHOTO

Comcast technician saves woman with Heimlich maneuver

It’s quick action, a thrust to breathe new life. Eva Buhl was having lunch at the Hibachi Buffet in Auburn last month when she began… Continue reading

Pacin’ Parson to walk for blindness research

Don Stevenson, Auburn’s Pacin’ Parson, vows to complete a 100-mile walk so that others may see. The 83-year-old ultra-marathon walker’s latest adventure will raise awareness… Continue reading

VFW Post 1741 turns 90; members gather to mark special occasion

Organization achieves national honors

City awards contract for Auburn Way South sidewalk construction

Anybody who has ever walked on the north side of the Auburn Way South corridor between 17th Street Southeast to Muckleshoot Casino could tell you… Continue reading

Auburn’s new park along the river

City receives $500,000 state grant to build a 14.73-acre community park at 104th Avenue Southeast along the Green River

Inquest ordered into fatal shooting of man by Auburn Police

King County Executive Dow Constantine requests King County Superior Court to provide a courtroom for the proceeding

KBAC’s Juneteenth celebration returns to Morrill Meadows Park

Event commemorates important day in African-American history

Officer-involved fatal shooting under investigation

Subject reportedly was in a rage, throwing items, hitting and kicking things

Auburn Police shoot, kill knife-wielding man following domestic dispute

An Auburn Police Officer shot and killed a knife-wielding man who fought two officers following a domestic dispute early Monday morning. On Tuesday afternoon, the… Continue reading

Trojans, Ravens bumped from district tournament

Both teams open with wins then run into trouble

Auburn’s animal house: Petpalooza invades Game Farm Park on Saturday

Dog Trot to kick off day-long festival

Trojans fall to Bears in league title showdown

Auburn takes No. 2 seed to district playoffs; Auburn Riverside also advances

Auburn Riverside’s Ty Emmons delivers a pitch during district playoff action against Bellarmine Prep on Saturday. MARK KLAAS, Auburn Reporter

Bellarmine Prep ousts Auburn Riverside

Danny Anderson threw a shutout and Tim Jensen homered in a six-run fifth inning as Bellarmine Prep defeated Auburn Riverside 10-0 to eliminate the Ravens… Continue reading

Auburn Riverside’s Ty Emmons delivers a pitch during district playoff action against Bellarmine Prep on Saturday. MARK KLAAS, Auburn Reporter

Colorful day

Benefit run raises money for the Buena Vista Seventh-day Adventist School in Auburn