Sue Dings

Hunger Walk helps many

Thank you, Auburn Journal, for helping to publicize the Auburn Crop Hunger Walk on Oct. 21. Several new walkers were recruited because they saw the articles in the Journal. Thank ...

Flower Farm Café gains Tsuda’s menu favorites

For three years Tsuda’s Old Town Eatery has been the place to go for deli favorites in Auburn. Now owner Alexandra Carnahan has taken the concept to a new location. She’s has ...

Walk raises funds, offers reflection on lives of the needy

An annual walk to benefit those in need is also a chance to understand how the needy live, organizers say. Several Auburn-area churches are hosting the 16th annual Auburn CROP Hun ...

Our View: State of Community honors Auburn’s finest

Tonight’s Auburn Chamber of Commerce State of the Community Dinner honors a select group who make our community a much better place to live, work and play. In good economic tim ...

Sue Dings receives Auburn Cultural Award

Sue Dings believes Auburn deserves to toot its own horn. “I think it’s incredible, what Auburn has to offer,” she said. “There is so much going on now. We can brag about i ...

Auburn Crop Walk today raises funds to feed the hungry

An Auburn Crop Walk fundraiser today will join Church World Service’s nationwide network of volunteers in over 2,000 communities and raise money for families and communities nati ...

Horse history comes alive

The history of the horse in Auburn will now greet those entering the city. Auburn resident and artist Patrick Shields finished a 1,200-square-foot mural Tuesday. The $25,000-mural ...

Temporary art in square?

The future of artwork in Central Square is still unknown. City Council encouraged the Auburn Arts Commission Monday night to consider sending out a call to artists for temporary a ...

Robie monument a possibility in Auburn

A local man is hoping to represent endurance athlete Wendell Robie in a new piece of community artwork. But where a proposed statue immortalizing the Tevis Cup founder will go is ...

Big events bringing thousands to Auburn this weekend

A rare combination of events will bring thousands of people into Auburn during the May 16-17 weekend. And the city and business community are hoping to make the most of it. “It ...