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Boys and girls of all abilities competed in the annual Pitch, Hit & Run baseball skills competition Saturday morning at Game Farm Park. Kids, age 7-14, were judged on accuracy, distance and speed in pitching, hitting and running.
Call it kids helping kids.
All elementary schools
Valley Medical Center will open eight new operating rooms this summer, the second phase of the hospital’s new surgery center.
Penelope Popvich, a disabled Auburn resident, was selected to receive a free wheelchair access ramp as part of the 15th annual Rampathon, organized by the Master Builders Care Foundation.
Auburn’s Eveliene McCall recently earned the certified culinarian (CC) designation from the American Culinary Federation (ACF).
An Amtrak passenger train struck and killed a 50-year-old Auburn man shortly after noon Wednesday as he was walking along the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad tracks between the 1200 and 1400 blocks of C Street Northwest.
The Auburn School District Board of Directors selected three finalists from a pool of six semifinalists for the superintendent vacancy in the Auburn School District.
Algona residents are tired of being tagged and now are focused on taking back their neighborhoods.
The Valley Regional Fire Authority responded to a total of 191 calls between May 4 and April 28, among them the following:
Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service between May 6 and May 3:
Auburn’s Don Stevenson is walking 13,000 miles to raise awareness and funds for Huntington’s disease (HD), a progressively degenerative brain disorder.
The Valley Freeway recently made way for high occupancy toll (HOT) lanes, a pilot project provided through the Washington State Department of Transportation.
Auburn Regional Medical Center
On Saturday, Kay Dee Roehl celebrated what she called “my 45th trip around the sun.”
The King County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the man killed in a train pedestrian accident in Auburn May 7 near the 1200 block of C Street Northwest as Juan Martinez, 50, of Renton.