For the Mirror

Federal Way Community Caregiving Network to receive donations from Soap for Hope

Residents can contribute to campaign through end of the year

District 30 Rep. Reeves receives Legislator of the Year Award for veterans work

During her freshman session, Reeves successfully passed the Wounded Warrior Shared Leave Act

SKFR firefighters present young Mirror Lake students with coats for winter

Representatives from South King Fire & Rescue, Firefighters Union Local 2024 and community partners pooled resources to bring warm coats to local children as a… Continue reading

Storm Large to perform at Federal Way PAEC

Pacific Northwest favorite Storm Large will take the stage at 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1, at the Federal Way Performing Arts and Events Center, 31510… Continue reading

John Bocek is sworn in as Federal Way District Court commissioner in January 1963. Contributed photo.

Federal Way Flashback: John Bocek served as court commissioner, school board president

One of the great strengths of the Historical Society of Federal Way is its newspaper collection. The society’s archives in the basement of its Steel… Continue reading

John Bocek is sworn in as Federal Way District Court commissioner in January 1963. Contributed photo.

Military Road: South King County’s link to the Civil War

Retaining its original name and general route throughout South King County, Military Road is a section of the Fort Steilacoom–Fort Bellingham Road, part of a… Continue reading

Thomas Jefferson’s Hailey Still named girls soccer Athlete of the Year, players receive season honors

Thomas Jefferson High School sophomore Hailey Still has been named the North Puget Sound League 4A Olympic Division Athlete of the Year for girls soccer.… Continue reading

Visioning | My Perspective

No disrespect to the people who helped build and grow Federal Way into the city it is today, but it is important to begin challenging… Continue reading

Community members selected to help in Highline president search

Eight members of the South King County community have agreed to serve on a subcommittee to help in the search to replace Dr. Jack Bermingham,… Continue reading

Election results

As of Thursday, Federal Way City Council candidates Jesse Johnson and Hoang Tran were maintaining their leads in their respective races. The Federal Way Public… Continue reading

City ordinance would help resolve Twin Lakes algae issue

The city of Federal Way’s Lake Jeane report has been rendered by the mayor’s staff, a written critique has been submitted and a six-page rebuttal… Continue reading

Federal Way Spartans wrestlers place in Las Vegas tournament

The Federal Way Spartans wrestling team finished 24th in the Freakshow tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada. More than 900 teams from throughout the country participated… Continue reading

The how of making things happen starts with a question | Greater Federal Way Chamber

Why does the Greater Federal Way Chamber ask so many questions? Because questions stimulate, provoke, inform and inspire us. There is a reason the chamber… Continue reading

First-Gen struggles don’t end after graduation | Diversity

As the first person in my family to go to college, I feel lucky to work in programs that support first-generation college students (first-gen) with… Continue reading

Cross country runners earn all-league honors

Todd Beamer’s AJ Chopra was named the male cross country Athlete of the Year for the North Puget Sound League 4A Olympic division. Chopra took… Continue reading

Altmayer wins national college trustee leadership award

A longtime Highline College trustee has earned the highest honor given to two-year college trustees in the United States. Dan Altmayer, of Federal Way, received… Continue reading

Kronos Quartet coming to Federal Way PAEC this weekend

The Performing Arts and Event Center will present Kronos Quartet at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4. For more than 40 years, San Francisco’s Kronos Quartet… Continue reading

State Rep. Pellicciotti to introduce fraud protection legislation

With recent data leaks jeopardizing the financial information of millions of Washingtonians, state Rep. Mike Pellicciotti, D-Federal Way, will introduce new legislation next session to… Continue reading

Washington Coalition for Open Government honoring state Sen. Mark Miloscia

The Washington Coalition for Open Government recently announced it will honor state Sen. Mark Miloscia, R-Federal Way, with the organization’s Ballard-Thompson Award for 2017. The… Continue reading

Centerstage Theatre presents Front & Center fundraiser

Centerstage Theatre hosts its Front & Center fundraising event at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 10, at the Knutzen Family Theatre, 3200 SW Dash Point… Continue reading