parade

A belated, emotional ‘welcome home” for many Vietnam vets at Auburn parade

It was a long time coming for a war a long time gone. Vietnam veterans were showered with hearty applause from hundreds of onlookers as they marched or rode the Veterans Day parad ...

Auburn super vet now fights poverty in Vietnam

Dave Chaix is still fighting a war in Vietnam, 41 years after his military service there ended. It’s the war against poverty, hunger and ignorance. He's doing it through a local ...

Peace group OK’d to march in Auburn Veterans Day parade

Fresh from a Veterans Day scuffle last year that resulted in punches thrown, Veterans for Peace is being allowed to march in Wednesday’s parade. The anti-war veterans group has ...

Local July 4 parties a slice of Americana

With Independence Day weekend right around the corner, now’s a good time to start planning your Fourth of July festivities. There’s quite a bit of patriotic flair planned for ...

St. Patrick's Day brings with it pot of celebration gold

Joy Nesmith’s second-graders have set some serious leprechaun T-R-A-P-S.Rumor around the Auburn Elementary classroom Monday was that Larry the Leprechaun might stop by for so ...

Festival of Lights Parade

It’s a tradition that brings friends and family together and it’s only 22 days away. Auburn’s Festival of Lights Parade will start at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 6, with Dec. ...

Three Japanese-Americans who fought in World War II to be Veterans Day parade grand marshals

Frank Kageta said he felt like he always had something to prove. The Japanese-American combat veteran had been confined in a U.S. internment camp following the bombing of Pearl H ...

Parade marks Little League’s start

Horns were honking, candy was thrown and Take me out to the ball game blared on speakers as area Little League teams made their way through Downtown Auburn on Saturday morning. ...
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