Natalie Pohley

J Ross Parelli: Unstoppable

 J Ross Parelli does not sit still for long. No sooner signed to Universal, the Auburn-raised rapper/ social minded singer is already looking at public speaking as a viable ...

Auburn man struck, killed while crossing Denver street

At 18, Auburn’s Sheldon Allmon left home and loved ones on Wednesday to embark on a 10-month stint with AmeriCorps. On Friday, crossing a busy southwest Denver street near t ...

Auburn’s renewable resource is fun

How do you save the earth in a shiny purple suit? Well, you don’t, not all at once at least. But if you can get the children of the world working on a positive, productive pa ...

Teach your children well at Growing Peace Camp

Why can’t we all just get along? Easier said than done, most would agree, but that’s not going to stop a rather large coalition of local organizations and individuals f ...

Growing Peace camp in Auburn teaches tolerance and trust through fun and games

John Lennon asked us to give it a chance, Cat Stevens took a ride on its train and Tolstoy wrote the book on it (though he did feel the need to give equal time to its antithesis). ...

Dangerous Joker Joe won’t back down

He’s not at all dangerous and his message is no joke. But Joseph Torres, a.k.a Dangerous Joker Joe (or DJJ to his friends), is making a name for himself around Auburn as an e ...

Hip Hop Awareness Festival back on

It was announced late Thursday night that the Hip Hop Awareness Festival, set for Saturday, July 14, had been canceled. It was announced at noon Friday that the festival is back on ...

Supervisor Montgomery schedules coffee meet-and-greet

One councilman hopes Auburn’s new supervisor will weigh in on local issues, including an item that’s on an upcoming ballot. This Monday, Depoe Bay Coffee Co. will be housing m ...

Community members honored at inaugural awards ceremony

The Community Room of the Auburn Library was standing-room only when community leaders young and old came together to give thanks for making a difference in the lives of Auburn you ...

Auburn rallies for its youth

The teens and others in our community did indeed “Celebrate Out Loud” last Saturday in the town square in support of local youth (Journal, Aug. 23). It was a joyful, upbeat, or ...