Rudi Alcott

Farewell, Federal Way | Publisher’s Note

After 3,322 days, my tenure as the publisher of the Mirror comes to a close with this edition. When I took over this position, the… Continue reading

 

Things I’ve learned on my way to (almost) 50 | Publisher’s Note

Full disclosure, I am not yet 50, at least in relative terms and it’s not relative to me - yet. But these are some of… Continue reading

 

Mirror accepting applications for Editorial Board | Publisher’s Note

In March 2011, the Mirror formed its Editorial Board with the purpose of bringing together community members of the greater Federal Way area to address… Continue reading

 

Changes, changes | Publisher’s Note

Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher, is quoted as saying that “the only constant is change.” The same holds true with the Federal Way Mirror.In the next… Continue reading

Mirror’s editorial board appoints new member | Publisher’s Note

Dr. John Jarstad recently left the Federal Way area to take a professorship at the University of Missouri School of Medicine – Columbia, Missouri to head up their advanced cataract surgery and premium artificial lens division.

Mirror recognizes the Best of Federal Way for 17th year | Slideshow

Over the course of the last eight years, I have had the pleasure of unveiling the winners of the Best of Federal Way that you, as the readers, have chosen.

Mirror welcomes new editorial board members | Publisher’s Note

In December, we asked for submissions from the public to join the Mirror’s Editorial Board. This year we have three expiring seats that opened due to term limits.

Apply now for Mirror’s editorial board | Publisher’s Desk

In March 2011, the Mirror formed the editorial board with the purpose of bringing together community members of the greater Federal Way area to address important issues.

Federal Way Mirror has openings for editorial board | Publisher’s Desk

In March 2011, the Mirror formed the editorial board with the purpose of bringing together community members of the greater Federal Way area to address important issues.

Oklahoma City school district hires Federal Way superintendent

The Oklahoma City Public School District hired Federal Way Public Schools Superintendent Robert Neu to be their next superintendent in an 8-0 vote by their board of directors on Monday evening.

The Best of voting for our fair city of Federal Way has turned sweet 16. Like every other 16-year-old that you know, this one has had its ups and downs.

Federal Way Mirror’s Best of 2014 winners | Photos

The Best of voting for our fair city of Federal Way has turned sweet 16. Like every other 16-year-old that you know, this one has had its ups and downs.

Longtime beloved Federal Way Mirror employee dies at 57

The Mirror lost one of its own when longtime employee Mary Lou Goss lost her battle with cancer on Sunday.

Mirror accepting nominations for Federal Way citizen of the month

Federal Way is a vast and diverse city. It incorporates a group of people that make it almost 90,000 strong and Washington’s 11th largest city.

My New Year’s resolutions | Publisher’s Desk

Everybody has to have some New Year’s resolutions.

Federal Way Mirror has openings for editorial board | Publisher’s Desk

In March 2011, The Mirror formed the editorial board with the purpose of bringing together community members of the greater Federal Way area to address important issues.

Federal Way woman missing after possibly responding to Craigslist ad | Photos

The Federal Way Police Department (FWPD) is seeking information on the whereabouts of Krystle K. Drake (also known as Krystle K. Burch), a 31-year-old woman

Carrie Rodriguez named new Mirror editor

For the last 7.5 years, Andy Hobbs has anchored the editor's desk at the Mirror. Earlier this month he moved on to Olympia to take a new position at their daily paper.

The Mirror wants your nominations for citizen of the month | Rudi Alcott

This winner will be picked from all of the monthly winners and will receive a nice prize package courtesy of The Mirror.

Welcome to the new Mirror website

Welcome to the new Federal Way Mirror website. The new design includes a number of changes: