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When Thel Harbin lost her beloved husband to leukemia in 2004 three years after his terminal diagnosis, she assured herself she had time to prepare for his death, that she could get through the pain.
There is no money in the kitty to effect needed repairs and spruce up the Auburn Avenue Theater, and given the state of the economy there probably won’t be for several years.
Before Alfred and Anna Olson sold the 5-acre triangular strip of land on the north end of their Green River Road farm to King County decades ago, it had been their major field, as the piles of drying hay captured in aerial photographs dating to the 1930s clearly attest.
Auburn Police Chief Jim Kelly drew gasps, oohs and ahhs in City Council chambers early last week when he showed video clips of red light runners ploughing unlawfully through city intersections and almost smashing into vehicles lawfully there.
When Auburn residents open their mail next month, they will learn they’re about to pay more for water and storm drainage.
If you are passing by the Auburn Avenue Theater at 10 Auburn Avenue, look up and you’ll see something interesting – a new marquee.
Responding to an inquiry Monday evening from an Auburn resident about the plodding pace of development in downtown Auburn compared to Kent Station, Mayor Pete Lewis was reciting some history when a bit of impromptu drama stole the show.
Gang graffiti splashed on school bathrooms and on buildings and fences; toughs and wanna-be toughs flashing gang signs; kids wearing the colors; heads crowned with dew rags.
King County owns the 5.18 acre chunk of land on Green River Road, and the City of Auburn wants it to add to the Mary Olson Farm to the immediate south.
Instructor Monica Boldizsar put herself and three students through the rigors of intermediate-advanced adult hip-hop class at Auburn Dance Center.
It’s back to where it started: ACAP finds new home at familiar spot Church welcomes child, family services center
ACAP Child and Family Services in Les Gove Park started out life in the education wing of White River Presbyterian Church 38 years ago.
Many of the usual signs of graduation were in evidence Monday night at the Auburn School District Administration Building – supporters, school board president with outstretched hand, diploma.
Auburn Police Chief Jim Kelly told the Planning and Community Development Committee Monday that there are more than two dozen aggressive panhandlers regularly at work in Auburn.
In 1969, the Pacific Northwest cheered on the Seattle Pilots, Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon, and Auburn celebrated the opening of its Municipal Airport.
City Council members will consider adopting at their regular Oct. 6 meeting a master plan agreement with Alpert International LLC, the Seattle-based development firm that is proposing to build the sprawling Auburn Junction project on four blocks between the Sound Transit Station, Main Street and A Street Southeast.
With refueling stops in New York and Abu Dhabi, 35 bone-numbing hours separate SeaTac Airport from its counterpart in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Wal-Mart has begun initial work on its 201,000-square-foot super store project north and west of the Regal Cinemas.But don't expect to see any actual construction… Continue reading
Mukisa Kenny Willy is unfailingly polite and soft spoken.
Francelle “Fran” Calkins, 77, had only 17 words to say as she accepted the Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce’s Citizen of the Year award during its annual banquet Thursday night at the Muckleshoot Casino.