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AR’s Sutrick takes race, but Lions seize all-city honors

Muckleshoot Tribal School’s Fish tops girls field; Ravens grab team win

Swearingen is the new VRFA fire chief and administrator

Board appoints deputy chief of operations to lead role, effective Jan. 1

VRFA administrator decides to retire

Robertson spent 35 years in public service; he led the formation of the state’s first regional fire authority

State Sen. Joe Fain, R-Auburn, speaks on the Senate floor. REPORTER FILE PHOTO

Seattle woman claims Sen. Fain raped her 11 years ago

Senator denies allegations, asks for full investigation

State Sen. Joe Fain, R-Auburn, speaks on the Senate floor. REPORTER FILE PHOTO

Auburn Police arrest two juvenile boys who robbed gas station

Clerk recovering from heart attack he suffered during the crime

Lions pull out overtime victory; Ravens stumble | NPSL football

Carlos Huizar kicked a 43-yard field goal in overtime to lift Auburn Mountainview past Federal Way 37-34 in a North Puget Sound League Valley Division… Continue reading

City awards contract to provide new roadway markings

The work calls for the removal of paint and thermoplastic road channelization lines, and the installation of traffic signage, thermoplastic pavement marking symbols and stop… Continue reading

Catch Sounder train to Seahawks game Sept. 23

Stops in Auburn, Kent and Tukwila before reaching Seattle

Lions roar back but come up short; Ravens roll

Auburn Mountainview nearly came all the way back. Trailing 20-0 to Kentridge after the first quarter, the Lions rallied but came up short 27-24 in… Continue reading

City awards contract to seal pavement cracks

Doolittle Construction gets the nob on its low bid of $120,850

Man who confessed to ‘racist attack’ in Auburn won’t face federal hate crime charges

The 18-year-old Auburn man who last week confessed to beating a 26-year-old African-American man unconscious with a baseball bat and shouting racist remarks at him… Continue reading

City Council awards contract for A Street safety upgrades

A handful of improvements along the A Street Southeast Corridor between 3rd Street Southeast and the East Valley Highway Access Road would do a lot… Continue reading

Hoopfest under the sun

Inaugural Slick Watts Classic 3-on-3 event fills the outdoor courts

Police investigating shooting that injured two teens

Auburn Police are investigating a shooting that left two teenagers injured following a dispute at an apartment on Tuesday, Aug. 14. Officers – responding to… Continue reading

Police to increase DUI patrols Aug. 17 to Sept. 3

In Auburn and throughout the state

Wildfire smoke spreads into Auburn, Puget Sound region

Coming from Canada, Central and Eastern Washington

Auburn woman earns Saint Martin’s University Trustee Scholarship

Saint Martin’s University has named Sandra Trevino a recipient of its 2018-2019 Trustee Scholarship, among the most significant honors given by the university. Each year,… Continue reading

Firefighters douse brush fire on Auburn’s West Hill

Valley Regional Fire Authority crews worked to contain and extinguish a stubborn brush fire on Auburn’s West Hill last Saturday. Firefighters responded and extinguished the… Continue reading

Kent CrossFit plans Officer Moreno fundraiser

Workout event set for Saturday

WSP and local law enforcement say sting operation has taken 21 child predators off the streets

A five-day operation run by the Washington State Patrol and several local law enforcement partners and affiliates has removed from their communities 21 allegedly dangerous… Continue reading