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So close. But eight-hundredths of a second wasn't close enough for Ariana Kukors.In an electrifying three-way race for two spots in the Beijing Olympics, the… Continue reading
Valley Regional Fire Authority, Kent and Mountain View fire and rescue personnel responded to a reported residential fire in the 2100 block of Ginkgo Street… Continue reading
Investigators said the fire that destroyed the Ames Lake home of Eighth Congressional District candidate Darcy Burner was caused by a malfunctioning electrical device, according… Continue reading
Auburn Riverside High senior Brandon deJong captured first place out of the 1,200 student essays submitted to the Washington Education Association Teacher to Remember statewide contest.
Auburn’s Sylvester Neal got the call. He is the next vice president of Kiwanis International and soon, will become its president.
Nearly $4,000 and more than 750 household items were collected for use in domestic violence victim safe houses during a “Community Shower” thrown by Soroptimist International of Auburn members this spring.
Auburn’s most controversial baristas can keep doing their thing as long as they cover their breasts from the areola on down. In a letter sent out last week to the stand’s owner, Auburn Mayor Pete Lewis let the women of Cowgirls Espresso at 1216 A St. S.E., that the City of Auburn will be watching. And if customers get more of an eyeful than the law allows, the city is ready with penalties.
The Auburn City Council has been working hard to improve our city and has taken some bold steps to do so. But on one matter, I think they missed the mark.
Hospitals in King County are improving coordination to get people the care they need in an emergency situation, thanks to the KCHealthTrac system launched recently.
Nationally, 12 firefighters lost their lives due to motor vehicle crashes in 2007. In fact, vehicle crashes are the second-leading cause of firefighter deaths in the line of duty.
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Auburn officials recently told members of the Muckleshoot Tribe that the city would not pursue a total ban on fireworks for at least one year, based on the tribe’s willingness to work with police and shorten the hours of operation of the tribal fireworks discharge area to 10 p.m. weekdays and 11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
Auburn’s Sylvester Neal got the call. He is the next vice president of Kiwanis International and soon, will become its president.“I still haven’t come down… Continue reading
Bumps. Tumbling falls to the pavement. More bruises than one has fingers and toes on which to count. Not exactly a relaxing day at the office. But for Auburn’s Kyndall Bayard and many others who comprise Dockyard Derby Dames roller derby league in Tacoma, it adds up to a sport that provides a relief from the ordinary.
The Kiwanis Club of the Valley – in conjunction with the Auburn School District – honored more than 1,200 students for getting BUG-ged.