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Charlie Harris is a good man orchestrating good deeds.
She’s Mrs. Coffee and he’s Mr. Tea.
Mayor Pete Lewis had kept the smile in wait for three years, but he wore it Tuesday after Auburn Regional Medical Center informed him of its plans to start work on its parking garage north of City Hall this summer.
State Senator Pam Roach, R-Auburn, co-chair of the Joint Select Committee on Military and Veterans Affairs has announced the next veteran’s meeting will be held Wednesday, June 4 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Buckley Armory. The public is invited to participate.
Sixty-five people came to the Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation Building on May 7 to look at and listen to city plans for a community center on the south end of Les Gove Park.
The Valley Regional Fire Authority responded to 208 calls for service between May 5 and May 11, among them the following:
Auburn police responded to the following calls for service between May 13 and May 12:
Promiseland Christian Learning Center, a longtime Auburn institution for early child development, has come far in just a short period of time at its new location.
The Auburn Optimist Club’s 18th Bicycle Safety Fair will be held June 7 at the Auburn Eagles parking lot, 702 M Street NE.
Shortly after 6 p.m. last Friday, survivors and caregivers set off on their lap, the first trip around the track of the American Cancer Society’s Auburn Relay for Life at Auburn Memorial Stadium.
The Auburn Reporter recently caught up with Cara Rudd, a 21-year-old Federal Way woman who was crowned Miss Auburn earlier this year. Rudd – a polished and well-traveled entertainer who first took the stage in musical theater at age 7 – worked as a choreographer for the Tahoma School District.
Auburn police responded to the following calls for service between May 18 and May 14:
High, cold and swift waters contributed to the disappearance of two men Saturday on the Green River and caused the King County Office and the county Department of Emergency Management to close the Green and Cedar rivers to all recreation until further notice.
Penelope Popovich is a kind, generous and iron-willed woman. But when she was so overwhelmed by the site of her wheelchair access ramp, she forgot to do something at the end of the day.
King County Elections certified Initiative 26, securing it a spot on an upcoming ballot. Initiative 26 would make the offices of King County executive, council and assessor nonpartisan.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks will hold a public hearing to discuss Green River land exchanges.
Auburn School District students took top honors at the Washington State SkillsUSA Competition on April 18-19 in Vancouver, Wash.