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The Valley Regional Fire Authority responded to 231 requests for services between Aug. 11 and Aug. 17, among them the following: Accident: 5 p.m., .
A man spotted heavy smoke and flames at his neighbor's house as he was taking his garbage out Thursday morning, Aug. 14, then ran to help his 89-year-old neighbor escape her burning mobile home in north Auburn, according to the Valley Regional Fire Authority.
Bogus bucks: 2:33 p.m., 1100 block of Auburn Way N. Somebody used a counterfeit $20 bill to try to pay for food at the Pick-Quick restaurant.
City leaders got a look at the baby stage of an alternative to the now-shelved community center project in Les Gove Park at a special meeting of the Auburn City Council Monday evening at Auburn City Hall.
Jake Hanes, certified public accountant and owner of Action Tax Service in Auburn, recently rubbed shoulders with Gov. Jay Inslee and staff to provide the state with several business tax-saving strategies, helping both the government and small business owner.
A 33-year-old Auburn man pleaded not guilty Aug. 1 to four federal counts involving the sex trafficking of two female victims, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Seattle.
The Auburn Japanese Association originally presented three sets of lampposts to the Auburn School District as a gift that adorned the entrances to the three Auburn schools in existence in 1929.
That said, there are 13,700 local poor women and infants who will be impacted if the clinic shutters.
One year after taking the helm at Zones, CEO Murray Wright said he is excited about the growth and change he has been able to bring to the solution provider as the company positions itself to be a stronger player in the IT industry.
The Washington State Patrol crime lab has tested the blood found Wednesday on flooring and clothing on the south side of Peasley Canyon Drive and determined that it is human, according to the Auburn Police Department.
Cmdr. Mike Hirman says it remains a mystery. Investigators don't know who may have been injured or killed or who was seen driving away Wednesday when an off-duty federal agent stopped because he saw flames in the woods just off the Peasley Canyon Road.
That dire possibility put Bucio, a mother of four in her mid-30s, out on a sidewalk in the stifling heat of an early August afternoon, alongside dozens of other sign wavers and petition gatherers protesting the potential closure of the King County Public Health Center in Auburn.
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