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Auburn police responded to the following calls for service between July 16
The City of Auburn Police Department welcomes Andrew Bond as the department’s new parking enforcement officer. The position was vacant for approximately six months. Bond’s duties will entail enforcing parking laws throughout the city, including the timed parking lots in the downtown area and handling abandoned vehicle calls.
Under the watchful, compound eyes of West Main Street’s colorful dragonfly sculptures, the Spokane husband and wife artist team of Tom Askman and Lea Ann Lake sweated Friday’s blazing sun to splash life and color into ghostly images of insects sandblasted into the concrete.
Supporters will stage a send-off rally for Olympian Melanie Roach in Sumner on Friday.
Auburn police responded to that and several other calls for service between July 13 and July 11.
A panel of national experts in the field of Thoroughbred body structure – including the renowned Dr. Susan M. Stover – are scheduled to speak at a free thoroughbred soundness and injury prevention seminar on Wednesday at Emerald Downs in Auburn.
Fire damaged an Auburn apartment and water damage was sustained to another Tuesday afternoon.There were no injuries to civilians or firefighters.Ten Valley Regional Fire Authority… Continue reading
Auburn Rotary recently awarded White River Valley Museum with a $7,000 grant to fund a pilot school field trip program to Mary Olson Farm, starting mid-September and running through November.
In 1854, a cholera epidemic struck London, England. Thousands of people were dying and no one could determine the cause. Doctors were stumped as deathly ill adults and children filed into the overcrowded hospitals.
For decades Auburn's Downtown Association has promoted businesses and services, hung banners above Main Street, issued parking permits and organized events like the annual sidewalk… Continue reading
The Auburn School District Board of Directors presented the Gold Star Volunteer Award to Ronald Belcher in recognition of his efforts.
Arnie and Pauline Hall tucked into a late lunch Wednesday at the Sunbreak Cafe, a downtown restaurant they have frequented for 11 years. “It’s one of the nicest places in the city,” Arnie Hall said between bites of sandwich. “When we have company come from out of town, this is one of the places we take them.”
Auburn will join the 25th annual National Night Out – a unique crime/drug prevention event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch – on Aug. 5.
King County Sheriff Sue Rahr has developed a proposed 2009 budget that she said offers creative ways to trim spending while minimizing cuts of deputies.
An ambitious Auburn couple has a dream, and their refreshing concept – dinner by the train – hopefully will succeed in the months ahead. Cyndi and Bruce Fields are determined to complete the final steps that would open the doors to a 2,900-square-foot, 65-seat full-service restaurant at the Auburn Transit Station. The project – Fields & Co., at 110 Second St. SW, Suite 125 – is about 90 percent done.
Elijah Olson, a junior at Rainier Christian High School in Auburn, earned the Royal Rangers’ Gold Medal of Achievement, the program’s highest award.
Auburn police responded to the following calls for service between July 8 and July 5: