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King County’s future Algona Transfer Station should begin operation in 2023 at 35101 W. Valley Highway S., replacing the 53-year-old transfer station on West Valley… Continue reading
For several years, Auburn has had a specific chapter of its code that makes aggressive begging a misdemeanor punishable by a fine and jail time.… Continue reading
You see an empty store front, an empty warehouse. A COVID-19 closure, you wonder? Maybe, maybe not. Fact is, it’s hard to pin down the… Continue reading
Guys walks onto a street, gums up traffic and yells at or threatens motorists to get them to hand over money. Could be he’s out… Continue reading
The Auburn School District has signed a contract with the Seattle-based construction and development firm Skanska USA to build the new Pioneer Elementary School, which… Continue reading
Because of the ongoing health concerns and regulations surrounding COVID-19, the Auburn Symphony Orchestra will not perform any live concerts through at least December 2020.… Continue reading
The King County Medical Examiner confirmed on Monday that a body found near Snoqualmie Pass on Aug. 5 was that of a missing Auburn woman.… Continue reading
The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) has trapped its first Asian giant hornet. According to WSDA’s website, trappers found the hornet in one of… Continue reading
Auburn man makes discovery after setting traps.
At the Auburn City Council meeting Aug. 3, King County Sheriff Mitzi Johanknecht and Auburn Police Chief Daniel O’Neil awarded the Medal of Heroism to… Continue reading
Donna Goodman was a senior citizen living in an Auburn mobile home park, lashed to the whims of an ancient heating and air conditioning system… Continue reading
Mask up, wash your hands, keep that physical distance. Even if you are at home, and someone there has a compromised immune system, do all… Continue reading
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Auburn’s 55th annual Veterans Parade on Saturday, Nov. 7, could be held in the usual way, or in… Continue reading
Auburn’s homeless coordinator comes with experience as a probation officer a case manager.
Goal would also be to help the homeless find shelter and health services.
Six weeks have passed since Economic Development Manager Doug Lein and his crew brought the last of two resolutions to the Auburn City Council to… Continue reading
Improvements to the Lea Hill Road Corridor should cost roughly $25 million. But for those dollars, planners say, residents and passers-through will find it easier… Continue reading
On the list to receive $1,300 checks from the Department of Commerce and King County via the city of Auburn are more than 100 businesses,… Continue reading
Ruth Stover started keeping Auburnites nimble at her Corestar Pilates studio on Auburn’s East Main Street in 2008. She led group classes there, but the… Continue reading
To soften the impact of COVID-19 as much as possible on small businesses and their employees in Auburn, the Auburn City Council has committed $759,000… Continue reading