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ACLU out to teach Auburn traffic-stop smarts, rights

Got rights? The American Civil Liberties Union is intent on ensuring that Auburn-area residents know theirs in interactions with law enforcement. Volunteers trained by the civil ...

Rescuers rehearse at dizzying heights

At roughly 730 feet from the canyon floor, the Foresthill Bridge can be difficult for some people to cross without triggering their gut-wrenching fear of heights. But for rescuers, ...

NFL Hall of Famer Jim Otto to appear at Auburn's Power Club Brewery for Monte Carlo Night

In his playing days for the Oakland Raiders, it wasn’t easy getting Jim Otto off the field. So hard, in fact, that the National Football League Hall of Fame center played a ...

Auburn woman does what it takes to prolong her life

An Auburn woman in need of a kidney transplant first had to overcome another obstacle – her weight. Lifetime resident of Auburn, Me’Shay Robinson, 44, recently lost th ...

Esson brothers take home Winter Deaflympic medals

Loomis brothers Sean Esson and Blair Esson recently placed high at a Deaflympic competition in Russia. The Essons competed with 37 other deaf athletes from the United States at th ...

Auburn City Council OKs website and audit contracts

The conversation about Auburn’s outdated city website turned the corner from discussion to action Monday night with a major step toward improving the online informational hub ...

Meddlers Report – April 14

Meddlers Report – April 14 The Meddlers is an open-forum meeting sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce that meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday at Auburn City Hall, 1225 Lin ...

New North Auburn shopping center moves ahead

Motorists passing along Highway 49 south of Bell Road will be able to watch the construction of a new shopping center over the next several months. Contractors for Best Properties ...

New Auburn airport sign being built to last

Conspicuous in its absence since being knocked over and destroyed by an out-of-control auto more than two years ago, a new Auburn Airport and Business Park sign is about to rise ag ...

Memorial fund set up for family of Highway 49 crash victim

Michael A. Kaspar is being remembered as a man with an infectious smile who died too soon. Kaspar, 57, was killed in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 49 in the Lake of the Pines are ...