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COVID-related restrictions on large gatherings this season put the kibosh on Auburn’s traditional Santa Parade. But to that, nearly a dozen community members and businesses… Continue reading
Among Auburn’s business community, B&O is the buzz. That is, the city of Auburn’s proposal to enact a Business and Occupation tax starting in 2022.… Continue reading
For years, the wretched condition of the 4th Street Southeast corridor has been a pain in the side to the city of Auburn and to… Continue reading
After a long career as a firefighter/EMT and technical rescue specialist, Lars Mickelson is retiring from the Valley Regional Fire Authority. His career in the… Continue reading
A human being goes missing, and family and friends set out to find him or her, summoning to the task whatever community resources are at… Continue reading
The former Cool’s Cafe building in Pacific succumbed to hot flames Tuesday morning. Just before 6 a.m. Dec. 1, Valley Regional Fire Authority firefighters responded… Continue reading
According to the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Miguel Ricardo Kirschnick and two friends lit two fires in the basement of a house under construction… Continue reading
City of Auburn offering $2,000 grants to qualifying businesses without drive -through windows.
In past month, Auburn Medical Center’s average rises to 20 patients a day.
Driver who killed Ardella Songcuan, 61, is still at large.
Colin Schilling, CEO of Schilling’s Hard Cider, was on his way to work one morning last week when he saw a man rolling one of… Continue reading
On Nov. 2, an online community survey asking whether Auburn residents would like to help improve the community and its government went live at inclusive.auburnwa.gov.… Continue reading
A man is fighting for his life at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after an Auburn Police detective struck him with his vehicle on Auburn… Continue reading
The proposed budget includes a property tax levy of 1 percent.
Yes, COVID-19 has made 2020 a grim year. And eight months into the pandemic, many families and people are still out of work and struggling… Continue reading
A late morning explosion on Nov. 5 destroyed a recreational vehicle, damaged a nearby house and put two women in Harborview Medical Center with serious… Continue reading
There were no marching bands and the usual panoply and crowds of people were gone, but the city made the best of its salute to… Continue reading
Multimillion-dollar facility located at site of former Sam’s Club.
“Deeeeelicious,” “sooo gooood,” “aaamaaazing.” When the man under the straw hat talks barbecue, he tends to slow-mosey his vowels, Texas style. And 60-year-old Dallas native… Continue reading
Auburn veteran reflects on patriotism and love of one’s country.