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Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation is gearing up to host the annual Pitch, Hit & Run baseball skills competition on May 3 at Game Farm Park beginning at 10 a.m.
Six years ago Lori Bowden introduced Cowgirls, the espresso stand painted like a jersey cow, staffed with baristas who serve coffee with a smile – and sometimes in a bikini.
Auburn police responded to the following calls for service between April 23 and April 21:
Officers from the Auburn Police Department participated in the annual Tip-A-Cop fundraiser on April 12 at the Auburn Red Robin restaurant on behalf of the Law Enforcement Torch Run and Special Olympics of Washington.
East Valley Highway will be reduced to one lane of traffic from Monday to June 16, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., weekdays only, due to construction.
It is a rare community that doesn’t have a hidden pool of people with talents worthy of the stage.
Francelle “Fran” Calkins – longtime member of the Dr. Frank D. Merritt Children’s Hospital Guild of Auburn – will receive the Anna Clise Award for individual achievement.
When Sheri Dingmon first planted the seeds to her retail nursery business four years ago, she never imagined it would grow like it has.
Several miles of the Valley Freeway will turn HOT on Saturday.
Pete von Reichbauer
The impression developers and city officials give is of downtown development projects ready to roll, but they sprinkle it with mounting frustration at projects so intertwined that one can’t start until the other does.
The City of Auburn Water Department will be flushing fire hydrants to test the water distribution system for approximately three weeks.
Faith Richie, executive director of Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation, hopes to have the first local homeless in supportive housing by 2010.
A grease fire damaged the kitchen and living room at 3132 1/2 Academy Drive Southeast in Auburn on
Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation is holding the annual Pitch, Hit & Run baseball skills competition at 10 a.m. Saturday at Game Farm Park.
Laying foundation for others Patriarch, pioneer Hughes showed the way for other chiropractors. Awell-preserved dollar bill earned from his first patient 60 years ago remains framed and hung on the office wall.