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An innovative approach to Sunday services begins this month at St. Matthew/San Mateo. The South King County Episcopal Church – a diverse parish of Anglo,… Continue reading
Dr. Kip Herren, Auburn School District superintendent, will be the special guest speaker at the GriefWorks’ annual fundraising breakfast on Friday.
Auburn native Dennis Brooke, a member of Toastmasters, talks about the organization that has helped him and many, many others gain confidence in public speaking.
Auburn is joining martial artists across the United States in an attempt to break the world record for the most kicks executed in one hour… Continue reading
Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service between Oct. 12 and Oct. 8:
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.
Special EventsAuburn Tourism: For special events in the Auburn area, visit the Web site: www.auburntourism.com.Fifth annual Oktoberfest at Auburn Meadows: Noon Oct. 19. Join assisted… Continue reading
If you are passing by the Auburn Avenue Theater at 10 Auburn Avenue, look up and you’ll see something interesting – a new marquee.
The “green” plant on the modest hill just east of Auburn comes to life with a large network of machine-powered conveyor belts rolling into motion.
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.
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