Jack West | Community Writer
While city employees were issuing press releases and trying to acclimate to social media, they were also learning that those methods for getting out information weren’t perfect.
Auburn residents were still reeling from news of a racist photograph posted by an Auburn High School student when they met with Mayor Ron Anders and City Councilmembers for the first meeting of the Diversity Task Force on Feb. 7.
Last Thursday, 115 years after Lesseur's murder and 11 miles from Thomaston in the town of Linden, Alabama, a man wrote and published an editorial piece that called for the Ku Klux Klan to lynch public officials in Washington D.C.
Jim Buston is the Auburn city manager, and his job title is fairly descriptive given that he manages the city.
Check all the characteristics of the hot tub on property before signing that lease.
Religious and secular leaders gave messages of hope, diversity and love. As one community, they held candles with one another and pushed back the darkness.
Dark shadows faded between the rows of endless bookshelves and ominous sounds echoed through the building. Zombies lurked around corners, and survivors huddled together for protection.
When Sloan Kiechel was 3 years old, her mom, Susan Kiechel, was diagnosed with Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy.
"I found that in fencing, people challenge my existence in the sport," Muhammad said. "As a religious minority and an ethnic minority in a very white sport, there was a lot of pushback."
Squished into historic Downtown Opelika, Side Track Coffee stands out as one of the quainter coffee houses in the Auburn-Opelika area.