Annie Faulk / Community Reporter
The Auburn City Council honored high school athletic teams, approved contracts and made board appointments, Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Who knew a simple disposable camera could teach kids moral lessons such as how to be better leaders and citizens?
The Auburn City Council met Tuesday, Nov. 19, to discuss board vacancies, traffic developments, the purchase of the Auburn Depot, but Council member Arthur Dowdell dominated the meeting with claims of racial discrimination.
A short drive down Highway 14 in Loachapoka is a passage back in time to the home of the Lee County Historical Society's Trade Center Museum and heritage town.
The majority of the Nov. 5 Auburn City Counci meeting, after a three-week hiatus from the last meeting Oct. 15, consisted of a quick discussion of traffic control ordinance, utility easements and closing of the streets for the Auburn Christmas parade.
The Auburn City Council recognized Tim Youngblood as November's employee of the month.
Auburn Police received a call at 9:56 p.m. of a possible shooting at University Village Apartments.
Traveling down Gay Street, you may have noticed three shacks on the front lawn of the Wesley Foundation. These are not shacks, but homes.
At the Oct. 15 Auburn City Council meeting tax referendums, construction plans and board vacancies were discussed. In Auburn University Communications, the SGA liaison reported the Homecoming parade was a success and voiced students' concerns over the current government shutdown.
Don't drink the paint water is the catchphrase.