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The bodies of two men missing in the raging Green River after they were swept away by high water two weeks ago were recovered Saturday.
Auburn police responded to the
ACAP Child and Family Services might have secured a new home. The Board of the First United Methodist Church in Auburn tentatively approved the relocation of the ACAP center to a lot adjacent to its church, located at 100 N St. SE. The move is pending the confirmation of a lease, which currently is being negotiated, according to Greg Wood, ACAP board president.
Roger Thordarson, former Auburn City Councilmember, recently was appointed to the King County Transit Advisory Committee. Thordarson’s appointment, confirmed by the Metropolitan King County Council, is for a partial term expiring Sept. 30.
Mike Hassen is chairman of the Auburn Optimist Club’s Bicycle Safety Fair, which is running Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Auburn Eagles parking lot, 702 M. St. SE. The Auburn Optimistic Club is a non-profit service organization.
Kip Herren keeps the clipping in a frame in his office. In it a former hell-on-wheels student leaps into a joyous coach Herren’s open arms in sheer exuberance after winning a state wrestling title. Twenty-nine years in Auburn’s schools have put an impressive array of facts and figures at Herren’s fingertips. What there is to know about curricula, testing, education reform and WASL, Kip knows. But that photo is there to remind him what the whole show is about. That kid today is a successful businessman whose wife just gave birth to triplets. “I keep it because that leap reminds me that if you give kids that opportunity first and then you give them the structure and the care, they can achieve,” said Herren, the newly-appointed superintendent of the Auburn School District.
Sound Publishing Inc., has announced the purchase of the Enumclaw Courier-Herald and its sister publication in Bonney Lake.
In last Wednesday’s edition of the Auburn Reporter, a lot of frustration was showing with the price of gas and cutting back.
Auburn police and other officers joined forces in the Law Enforcement Torch Run Campaign for Special Olympics as the relay passed through city streets on Friday.
When Gail Baker’s husband suddenly collapsed at their Auburn-area home, she instinctively knew what to do.
I was sure sorry to see of the passing of the famous actor Charlton Heston a couple of weeks ago. I especially liked him as Moses in the movie “The Ten Commandments.” Moses lived to be 120; Charlton Heston, a mere 84.
Imagine a pair of ferocious untrained pit bulls on the loose, suddenly free from the backyard confines of their careless owner and threatening a quiet Auburn neighborhood.
OK, you decide. Last week President Bush, in a long speech commemorating the 60th anniversary of Israel’s founding, made the following statements to the Israeli Knesset (our equivalent of Congress).
Auburn’s musical productions, casts are up for honors
Spring seems to have sprung a spring. This year a strange astronomical algorithm positioned Easter so early that it felt more like Groundhog Day than the resurrection of our savior.
A pair of big scoring runs – one to start the game, and another to finish the second quarter – helped the Seamount League get the job done against their South Puget Sound League 3A counterparts on Friday night.