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There seems to be some controversy and a lot of snarky comment about what kind of community Federal Way has become.
To stand for basic decency, restraint, purity, and the sanctity of sexual expression in the sealed blessing of marriage, is not hateful rhetoric.
Federal Way’s dollars should be spent on efforts to heal the problem, not to invite homeless souls, county wide, to move here.
I work in the schools and we spend time teaching our scholars about the meaning of the most important “R” word — respect.
At the recent town hall meeting, I was appalled by the large group taking over a public meeting with their personal agenda.
Last weekend, I saw the musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” at Centerstage.
Rep. Kristine Reeves handled them pretty much like most parents handle unruly children.
Experience tells us we can’t drive homelessness out of town.
Reps. Reeves and Pellicciotti and Sen. Wilson endured attacks that they faced from this mob of uninformed people.
The event had an agenda already planned well in advance, to limit the time the people would have to express themselves.
It was sad to see people at town hall scolded and told they were being bullies.
The former Weyerhaeuser campus is going to disappear.
Another important benefit to SBGR is that it can help motivate students to work harder.
Does anyone know where the Indochina Seafood and Satay Bar restaurant went?
I am voting for Jim Ferrell for mayor.
What we really need is a labeling change by the FDA so the carnage can be halted.
Mr. Rogers said: “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers.’
Community members must get past thoughts about shipping containers full of people headed to sweatshops.
These results are unacceptable and are alarming district “data-driven” facts that point to an educational crisis.
How is it possible that the city didn’t open City Hall or other public facilities for those who had no shelter?