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The Reporter recently caught up with Auburn Mountainview High School instructor Deborah Rumbaugh, who was awarded the Amgen Award for Science Teaching Excellence (AASTE) earlier this year. She was one of four educators in the state recognized for her creative and effective contributions in the classroom.
Valley Kiwanis Club’s Ruth Brink recently was honored for her support of the Kiwanis Children’s Fund during the 2007-08 administrative year.
Class of ’08 making the grade District expects to graduate more seniors in first year of education reform
Some feared that the new academic standards of education reform, which include the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL), would end with fewer seniors graduating.
Melanie Roach’s long and painful journey is over. She finally is going to the Olympics.
Law enforcement officers made 16 arrests, seized 18 kilos of cocaine and more than $240,000 in cash after completing a 10-month investigation of a drug distribution ring.
Human resource coordinator Linda Ball was selected as the City of Auburn’s 2007 Employee of the Year, Mayor Pete Lewis announced recently.
Adrianna Neumann, a third-grader from Auburn, took second-place honors in the 14th annual Reading Rainbow Young Writers and Illustrators contest, KCTS Channel 9 recently announced.
Thank you, Mrs. (Sara) Byers and other concerned parents for speaking out against scantily-clad coffee stands (Auburn Reporter, April 26). Please continue to make your voices heard to the mayor and City Council.
The Auburn School District Board of Directors last Monday selected six semifinalists to interview for the superintendent vacancy.
In response to your article titled, “Scantily clad baristas? Not in her neighborhood,” I completely agree. Not in my neighborhood, either.
Just wanted to say “job well done” on the article regarding Don Stevenson’s 13,000-mile walk for Huntington’s disease (Auburn Reporter, April 26).
Auburn’s Don Stevenson is walking 13,000 miles to raise awareness and funds for Huntington’s disease. He left Seattle last week to complete the final 3,000-mile leg to New York City.
I really do not know how the Bush administration thinks that pumping $600 to $1,200 into every household is going to help the economy.
The White River Valley Museum celebrates the Victorian tradition of crazy quilting with a series of events, including the exhibit “Crazy Quilts: Puzzle Patches and Fanciful Embroidery” that opens May 7 and runs until Aug. 13.
Charles Gates and Tyler Mallory will receive Eagle Scout honors, the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouting program. Their Eagle court of honor is planned for June 12.
People waiting to sample local, freshly grown produce at Auburn’s International Farmers’ Market will have to wait one more spring.
Auburn Mountainview High School senior Matt Burrows and Auburn Riverside High senior Michael Broch have been named 2008 Washington Scholars.
Friends and customers dropped by Cavanaugh Ace Hardware Saturday afternoon for a last look at a business most people had assumed would always be a part of downtown Auburn.