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So far, only 3 groups have submitted ideas for downtown parcels
Construction in the area of 112th Avenue Southeast and Southeast 284th Street in Auburn began Monday. Project should last
Applications are now being accepted for Food Booths, Arts & Crafts Booths and Community Booths at the annual Fourth of July Festival, a fun-filled event for the whole family. Application deadline for the event is May 30. The fee to operate a food booth is $35 for non-profit organizations, $200 for for-profit food vendors. Community booths are reserved for non-profit and community service organizations at a $10 fee. Space is limited, so please submit your application soon. For additional information, go to www.auburnwa.gov or call 253-931-3043.
Auburn police responded to the following calls for service between March 24 and March 20:
John Partridge, a member of the Auburn Noon Lions, talks below about one of the club’s most important events of the year, White Cane Days. Between 1997 and 2004, Partridge served the city as its fire and police chaplain. Today, he manages the Partridge Insurance Agency in Federal Way.
In the future Auburn’s contract hearing examiner, not the Auburn City Council, will hear land-use issues and render land-use decisions.
Join the White River Valley Museum from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday for Railroad Adventures Family Day. Enjoy games, crafts and special guests. It’s free with regular museum admission of $2 for adults,
The Auburn Valley YMCA invites kids and families from the community to participate in Healthy Kids Day on Saturday, a national event to promote youth health and wellness.
Auburn-area and South King County residents can tour C-SPAN’s Campaign 2008 Bus today at three
Gov. Chris Gregoire launched her re-election campaign tour where it all started for the state’s leading lady – in hometown Auburn.
Under gray skies and between periodic showers, the area’s sportsmen drag racing season
Gov. Christine Gregoire launched her reelection campaign Monday in Auburn’s Rainbow Café, a few feet from where she once sat after school while her single mother cooked flapjacks and flipped burgers.
Wayne Howard was in the Imaginetics building on A Street Southeast at about 12:15 p.m. on March 25 when he heard screeching tires and the shock of metal on metal behind him.