Cruise Nite

Downtown alive with fun

Thanks AJ, for presenting a great reflection of this year’s event (“Cruise Nite to honor 9/11 first responders,” Journal, Sept. 14)! Having spent virtually the en ...

Auburn Cruise Nite has its finest hour

Auburnites of all races, creeds and economic status gathered on Lincoln Way Friday evening, Sept. 14, to attend Cruise Nite’s annual tribute to 9/11 victims, survivors and first ...

Cruise Nite to honor 9-11 first responders

The final Auburn Cruise Nite of the 2012 season rolls into town from 5-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14. Hundreds of cars from 1972 or older will line Lincoln Way in Downtown Auburn as fam ...

Cruise Nite comes to town Friday

Cruise Nite returns Friday evening, when 300 cars from 1972 or older will be on display along Lincoln Way in Downtown Auburn. This is the 28th season of Cruise Nite, and the four ...

Top Cruise Nite classics

The winners from the July 13 Cruise Nite have been announced. Taking the title of Best Stock was Bob Seymour, of Auburn, for his 1957 Plymouth Fury convertible. Don Gauldin, of Gar ...

Smoke and heat can?t stop Cruise Nite

Cruise Nite returns Friday evening, when 300 cars dating back to 1972 or older line Lincoln Way. This is the third Cruise Nite of the 28th anniversary season, and event co-chair Bo ...

Cruise Nite winners named

The winners from the June 8 Cruise Nite have been named. Taking the title of Best Stock was Bob Moore, of Georgetown, for his 1962 Studebaker pickup. Kevin Freeman, of Rocklin, was ...

Community Portrait: Dick Kiger's interests take him from street to sky

Dick Kiger located to Auburn in 1954 when a position opened up at Purity Market. Kiger had been with Purity Markets working as assistant manager at several stores in the Central Va ...

Classics come to town: Cruise Nite begins Friday

Cruise Nite season is revving up, with the first car show presented May 11 in Downtown Auburn. Now in its 28th year, Cruise Nite draws 300 classic cars and thousands of people who ...

Behind the Signature: Knight Wagner

A visit with the Journal’s frequent letter contributors. Knight Wagner Lives in: Auburn, 18 years, with his wife, Bette, whom he married in 1963. Wagner lived in Iowa until he e ...