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Late for work and showing no patience for traffic, a 23-year-old Bonney Lake man decided to apply plenty of zip to his high-performance motorcycle Friday… Continue reading
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… Continue reading
Auburn’s Fourth of July Festival – an old-fashioned, hometown celebration featuring a parade, food and games – will unfold next Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Les Gove Park, 1005 12th St. SE.
Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service between June 25 and June 18:
Auburn School District invites children entering the fourth and fifth grades to register for the Kids Summer Food Academy, a program designed to teach students about the environment, healthy eating, gardening and more.
Rebecca Nelson, a junior at Auburn High School, has been selected to represent the state of Washington as a “senator” for the 62nd American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation program on July 19-26 in Washington, D.C.
The SmileMobile paid a visit to see area children at the New Hope Lutheran Church in Pacific this week.
He has played some of the world’s greatest courses. Pebble Beach. Shinnecock Hills. St. Andrews. But Doug Campbell’s first touch of golf glory came in his early teens at Linden in Puyallup, where he grew up and went to high school. And earlier this month, that connection yielded a cherished honor for him. The man who is best known around here for his longtime tenure as the head pro at Auburn Golf Course was inducted into the Pierce County Sports Hall of Fame.
Auburn hit the national stage, thanks to an unruly Tim McGraw fan.McGraw helped members of his stage crew eject the rowdy fan from his Tuesday… Continue reading
Scanning the interior of King County’s newest library, Auburn’s Laura Marshall gave it high marks – plenty of space, scores of computer terminals, eye-catching artwork… Continue reading
Auburn’s Treatment Release Program accounted for 224 combined treatment releases to drug and alcohol treatment and mental health services in all of 2007.
Kim Mattox, a school bus driver for the Auburn School District, was named the Outstanding Transportation Person of the Year from the Washington Association for Pupil Transportation for the ESD 121 Chapter.
Sunbreak Cafe owner Bruce Alverson said the publicly-owned parking lot east of his restaurant and its lovely trees were what prompted him to buy his property and build his restaurant at First and A streets Southwest in the first place. Now both the parking lot he relies on and the trees, especially a 100-year-old oak, could be lost to an apartment building a private development company may one day build on that lot.
For the ReporterThe Johnsonville Big Taste Grill is no ordinary backyard barbecue.The world’s largest touring grill will be at Emerald Downs in Auburn from 4… Continue reading
Auburn’s popular Shades of Summer Concert series returns on Wednesday evenings at the Len Chapman Amphitheater at Game Farm Park, located at 3030 R St. SE. The series kicks off July 9.
Many residents at Arbor Village Assisted Living in Kent look forward to Wednesdays like nine-to-fivers look forward to weekends.
The Auburn School District Board of Directors recognized the 2008 Teachers of the Year. A high school, middle school and elementary school teacher were selected.