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Minuteman Press of Auburn WAS THE FIRST Minuteman Press in the Pacific Northwest and one of the first three print shops in Washington State, registered with the Department of Health allowing us to legally print Prescription Pads for Health Care . Today we are a leader not only in the Pacific Northwest but across the nation, serving other businesses and companies that have the need for prescription pads.
Are you planning a wedding or do you know someone that will be soon? Let us help you. We offer design and mailing services along with our exceptional printing. You'll fall in love again with the work we do for you.
Our business started in 1986 and we are second generation owners. We are the oldest family owned Minuteman Press on the West Coast, expanding from Alaska to Montana to California.
We offer digital and offset printing. We print everything for you needs including Brochures, Business Cards, Canvas framed Prints, Carbon less, Triplicate, Duplicate, Flyers, Folders, Forms, Greeting Cards, Wide Format, Large Format, Posters, Prints, T-Shirts and Jacket Embroidery just to name a few of our services.
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For the second year, Auburn will be the setting for a film festival.
A popular singer is on his way to the Auburn area, blazing his own trail separate from his famous father.
A popular cinema in downtown Auburn seems to have a bright future ahead, thanks to the city, which has agreed to buy the building.
A museum in Auburn is planning special exhibits that will appeal to all members of the family, especially the little ones.
King County officials recently announced an award of $1.5m to help seniors in Auburn, Federal Way, and Pacific.
The redevelopment of an old drive-in theater in Auburn is closer to reality after winning a recommendation from the planning commission.
A housing development that would take the place of a mixed-use project is a step closer to reality, after the Auburn City Council approved Inland Construction's plans for redeveloping the former Valley 6 Drive-In Theaters.
Auburn, perhaps following the example of the Chicago Cubs, is going to put lights at its last unlit ball field.
School officials, community leaders, and others recently broke ground for a new school to be built in Auburn.
South Auburn is now home to a new Italian restaurant, Bellas Bistro and Bar, run by Joyce and Larry Ward. The Wards took over the premises formerly occupied by Auburn Wine and Caviar on A Street SE.