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The Federal Way Mirror is proud to recognize the city’s top student athletes in our first Athlete of the Year contest. Athletic directors from Federal… Continue reading
The Mirror honored winners at March 7 awards ceremony.
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I am excited to announce that voting is officially under way for the Mirror’s Best of Federal Way awards. Now in its 20th year, this… Continue reading
My newspaper career began more than two decades ago with a daily pedal-powered delivery route in a small Midwestern town that included a cranky customer… Continue reading
Today is my last day in Federal Way. It’s been a fun ride, and I look forward to the next phase of my career.
While working from home, Carla Ackley also keeps an eye on her Federal Way neighborhood. No one has anointed her as the neighborhood's official watchdog — yet.
A handful of Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) officials recently traveled to Michigan and Ghana on "study missions."
Federal Way police teamed up with South King Fire and Rescue to deliver winter coats for children at Olympic View Elementary School.
For the second year in a row, local Walmart employees protested the company's wages and policies in the weeks leading up to Black Friday.
Early election results show Jeanne Burbidge, Kelly Maloney and Martin Moore leading their respective races for Federal Way City Council.
Election results show Jim Ferrell winning the race for mayor of Federal Way.
The Federal Way School Board will likely see two new faces as Geoffery McAnalloy and Carol Gregory lead their respective races.
Sandy Allnock founded Operation Write Home to help overseas military personnel do just that — send cards to their loved ones.
A Federal Way woman is seeking answers after her apartment tested positive for methamphetamine residue.
The Mirror hosted an election forum Oct. 23, featuring candidates for Federal Way School Board. Candidates fielded questions from the audience. The forum was moderated by Dr. T.M. Sell of Highline Community College.
Longtime incumbent Bill Gates will seek re-election to position 1 against challenger Jerry Galland, a resident of unincorporated King County and an outspoken critic of South King Fire and Rescue.
In the lone race for Lakehaven Utilty District board of commissioners position 2, longtime incumbent Don Miller faces challenger Marie-Anne Harkness.
To cheer up Connor Bone, several dozen classmates at Todd Beamer High School signed a "get well soon" banner. Darci Huffman, 16, led the effort Monday and said fellow Beamer students are rooting for her friend's recovery.
Tatyana Koshevaya moved to the U.S. nearly 22 years ago, earned a college degree and became an advocate for immigrants. Today, she runs TK Consulting Services, whose headquarters have recently relocated from University Place to Federal Way.