Curtis Smith

ARD board to continue talks about bike track, Overlook Park

Members of the Auburn Recreation District are set to continue talks on a possible bicycle pump track and other future plans for Overlook Park. The board of directors is scheduled ...

Ruffalo: Auburn voters show soft spot for incumbents

A couple of observations from Tuesday’s election ... The local elections were just about everything the national elections were not, namely that in this little corner of the worl ...

Ainsleigh, shame on you!

It is highly disheartening to see local Auburn folk behaving in the way of the big league politicians by mud-slinging and name-calling, but that is exactly what is happening here. ...

Honor and dignity nowhere to be seen

I join Joan Anderson, “Ainsleigh diatribe unprofessional” (Reader Input, Sept. 17), in her assessment of Gordon Ainsleigh and his absolutely deplorable behavior toward a fellow ...

ARD Board Member Gordon Ainsleigh responds

I find it interesting that, in Joan Anderson’s Friday letter, what she found so abhorrent about my Thursday letter criticizing ARD Board members Smith & Holbrook was that I publi ...

Smith devoted to serving ARD

I wish to comment on my father’s candidacy for re-election to the Auburn Recreation District board. My father, Curt Smith, has been involved with ARD since moving to this area ...

Board member wants colleagues out

The upcoming Auburn Area Recreation and Park District (ARD) election will decide whether the ARD board of directors is going to do the will of the people. ARD and county parks hav ...

Consider Smith’s history

Consider the history of Auburn Recreation District incumbent Curtis Smith: Before election 2006, I questioned Smith closely about Smith’s support for building trails and for usi ...

City Council candidates speak out

A former Auburn City Council member and current City Clerk have decided to add their names to the list of candidates vying for three City Council positions. Other candidates inclu ...

Residents consider candidacy

Auburn may see some new faces in elected positions after Nov. 2. Residents Dan Sokol, Bob Snyder and Joseph Labrie have pulled papers for Auburn City Council, according to the Pla ...