- Subscriber Center
- Print Editions
- About Us
Thank you, Mrs. (Sara) Byers and other concerned parents for speaking out against scantily-clad coffee stands (Auburn Reporter, April 26). Please continue to make your voices heard to the mayor and City Council.
In response to your article titled, “Scantily clad baristas? Not in her neighborhood,” I completely agree. Not in my neighborhood, either.
They were merely trying to be realistic: After graduating seven key players – all of whom could swing a potent bat – the Auburn Riverside Ravens weren’t making any bold predictions about this spring’s softball season.
Just wanted to say “job well done” on the article regarding Don Stevenson’s 13,000-mile walk for Huntington’s disease (Auburn Reporter, April 26).
Auburn’s Don Stevenson is walking 13,000 miles to raise awareness and funds for Huntington’s disease. He left Seattle last week to complete the final 3,000-mile leg to New York City.
I really do not know how the Bush administration thinks that pumping $600 to $1,200 into every household is going to help the economy.
The White River Valley Museum celebrates the Victorian tradition of crazy quilting with a series of events, including the exhibit “Crazy Quilts: Puzzle Patches and Fanciful Embroidery” that opens May 7 and runs until Aug. 13.
Shampoo, the champion 3-year-old filly last year, appears headed for big things again in 2008.
Charles Gates and Tyler Mallory will receive Eagle Scout honors, the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouting program. Their Eagle court of honor is planned for June 12.
The great explorer Meriwether Lewis walked as many as 30 miles a day on the untamed Great Plains – the early steps during the first American overland expedition to the Pacific Coast more than 200 years ago.
People waiting to sample local, freshly grown produce at Auburn’s International Farmers’ Market will have to wait one more spring.
Auburn Mountainview High School senior Matt Burrows and Auburn Riverside High senior Michael Broch have been named 2008 Washington Scholars.
Friends and customers dropped by Cavanaugh Ace Hardware Saturday afternoon for a last look at a business most people had assumed would always be a part of downtown Auburn.
The Auburn School District Pool held “April Pools Day” on Saturday. The free community event promoted water safety and drowning prevention.
Think of Carl Moe, and you think running.
The Auburn School District Pool is holding “April Pools Day” on Saturday. The free community event, which will run from 1 to 3:30 p.m., promotes water safety and drowning prevention.
T-minus 46 days. And counting.