Auburn Reporter editor Mark Klaas discusses all things Auburn, including comings and goings, local issues and community efforts.
Coming Friday in the ReporterOctober 22nd, 2009 at Thu, 22nd, 2009 at 12:13 pm by markklaas
In Friday’s edition, the Auburn Reporter will serve up a pastor who works tirelessly for the homeless, a college that offers the sport of cricket, and more election coverage.
The Rev. Jerry Larson continues to perform difficult work from his ministry that serves the homeless and the disadvantaged. Despite battling his own health problems and the ministry’s uncertain financial future, Larson and his wife do their part to help those who are struggling to survive. At times, their work is thankless and anonymous, yet the Larson are willing to extend a helping hand and spread God’s word.
Elsewhere, reporter Shawn Skager describes how international students are bringing the taste of home to Green River Community College through the sport of cricket. It is something new and something unique.
On the election front, reporter Robert Whale updates his story on the Oct. 15 mayoral debate and explains the school district’s crucial capital improvements levy that will appear on the Nov. 3 ballot.
We encourage our readers to peruse and become more prepared before mailing in their ballots.
We also encourage letters to the editor. Those that do not make print will be published online.