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Laura Hogenson, a seventh-grade math and science teacher at Olympic Middle School, won the outstanding educator award through Wal-Mart’s 13th annual Teacher of the Year program.
Soroptimist International of Auburn is encouraging residents and businesses to draw awareness to the problem of domestic violence by participating in the Purple Light Nights™ campaign this month.
The White River Valley Museum and the City of Auburn Arts Commission is presenting a small works juried art show and sale and are seeking artist participation. The two categories of artwork submission are small and mini, each size with a pricing maximum. Artists of diverse mediums are encouraged to enter, but is limited to two-dimensional artwork. Artists registration is Nov. 8 from
The Valley Regional Fire Authority responded to 173 calls for service between Sept. 29 and Oct. 5, among them the following:
Auburn Police responded to the
Repulican U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert and Democratic challenger Darcy Burner engaged in their first official debate of the 2008 election season at Bellevue's Meydenbauer Center… Continue reading
King County could turn over the animal-sheltering business to a private agency, under a proposal that county staff presented Monday to the King County Metropolitan… Continue reading
The Metropolitan King County Council approved legislation adopting a recommendation from the King County Charter Review Commission to study instant runoff voting (also known as… Continue reading
Hazardous materials crews from all over the region were called to a lot at 310 West Valley Highway South in Pacific on Wednesday morning, after… Continue reading
The Attorney General’s Office on Friday filed a lawsuit against the Washington State Republican Party for alleged violations of the state’s campaign finance disclosure law.The… Continue reading
“They’re treating an infection with aspirin instead of an antibiotic. It’ll take the fever down but not cure the underlying infection,” Eighth Congressional District candidate… Continue reading
Music, hot drinks and s’mores, spooky stories and big-band music will be part of Saturday’s fourth annual S’more Than You Imagined event.
The Auburn Mountainview Parent Booster Club, in partnership with Scarff Ford of Auburn, will present “Drive One 4 UR School” – a test-driving opportunity for those who want to check out the various models and aid student programs at the school.
Jamie Lynn McDonald is going to jail Thursday. She knows the hour of her incarceration, knows the seriousness of the charge leveled against her. But the 29-year-old Black Diamond woman is OK about her coming spell in the slammer. Well, better than OK, she relishes it.
When one brings up the notion of sustainability, immediately you can almost sense the reaction from people wary of environmental extremism. How do HUMANS fit in to this idea?
The 10th annual Reaching Out Fair – its focus on how to keep children and youth safe – will unfold from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Auburn Performing Arts Center.
The Auburn Riverside High School choirs will sponsor an “I Am The Village” scholarship benefit concert for Ugandan Mukisa Willy at 2 p.m. on Oct. 19 at the Auburn Performing Arts Center, 700 E. Main St.
Tender Years Academy Center is growing along with its enrollment.