Auburn’s first woman city councilmember, Dorothy Marion Bothell, 101, died last Sunday at her Auburn home.
Under-immunized children are responsible for outbreaks of measles, chickenpox and pertussis (“whooping cough”) in the state this yeasr. Protect your children and those around them for this upcoming school year by making sure your children’s vaccinations are complete.
Auburn’s Kathleen Gain, 31, pleaded guilty to the felony offense of acquiring a controlled substance – hydrocodone – by misrepresentation, deception and subterfuge, in violation of federal law.
The White River Valley Museum celebrates the traditions of the Northwest Coast Salish people with a series of events and the exhibit “SQ3Tsya’yay: Weaver’s Spirit Power” that opens today and runs until Nov. 9, courtesy of guest curator and master weaver Susan (sa’hLa mitSa) Pavel.
David D. Horowitz recently captured first-place honors and the $100 prize at the Auburn Good Ol’ Days Poets on Parade contest in front of a live audience in the historic Auburn Avenue Theater.
Kien-Thiet Nguyen, a student from Auburn Mountainview High School, recently attended the World Affairs Council’s first Global Youth Leadership Institute, which took place on the University of Washington campus.
A typical King County transit user can save up to $8,400 a year by leaving the car at home and riding a Metro Transit bus – that’s significantly more than the average household pays for food in a year.
The Auburn Valley Barber Shop and Salon Edwards are hosting their first annual Barbers Against Hunger Food/Clothing Drive on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Non-perishable food donations will be accepted at 316
Urban ArtWorks, a local non-profit organization that works with at risk youth to produce public art, will be dedicating a youth-created mural in the heart of Auburn at 4 p.m. today. The mural is located on the rear wall of the Auburn 1 Collision building, 233 W. Main St.