Sleep Country's Foster Kids Day at Wild Waves Aug. 23
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¡La Chispa!, a regional bilingual workshop for middle level students designed to teach leadership skills to Latino students, recently came to Thomas Jefferson High School.
The holidays are a magical time of the year, but for foster kids who might be transitioning into a new home, the holidays can difficult.
B&R Espresso Bar is holding its first hat and glove drive.
Bruce and Clark are 6-month-old male kittens, black and white, domestic short hair (ID numbers A470081 and A470080). These sweet boys are brothers and would love to find a forever home together, and both are snugglers!
As the holiday season approaches, AAA Washington is teaming up with the Federal Way Community Caregiving Network to provide an opportunity for those in need to have a fresh start to their day.
Anton Furman, Ph.D., was awarded Washington State Association of School Psychologists' "Best Practices Award for Assessment" at the association's recent state conference.
King County is hosting a contest to name its new 48-foot environmental research vessel, which county field scientists will use to collect samples in Puget Sound, Lake Washington and the Duwamish River and respond to spills. The twin-hulled catamaran will launch next spring. The competition is open to all King County residents.
Bowdoin College held its annual Sarah and James Bowdoin Day ceremony on Oct. 30 to honor those undergraduates who distinguish themselves with excellence. Among those students was Federal Way resident Alice Kim, who is a member of the Bowdoin College class of 2017. Kim is earning a major in computer science and mathematics and a minor in French.
The Metropolitan King County Council on Monday recognized Mike Dunwiddie, director of the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, for his 25 years of service at the facility.
Parker Ewing, 15, recently visited the South King Fire and Rescue firefighters who saved his life.
Are you worried about the cost of repairs that your home needs? Rebuilding Together South Sound is a local non-profit that uses skilled volunteers to provide free home repairs and modifications to low-income homeowners.
Army Pfc. Patrick G. Fleming has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina.
Chance is a 1-and-a-half-year-old male pit bull terrier mix, about 57 pounds (ID No. A476877). This sweet boy isn't just handsome, he's also smart! He knows how to sit and shake paws on command.
The Noon Kiwanis and the Federal Way Historical Society sponsored the Veteran's Day observance at Todd Beamer High School on Wednesday.
Brookdale Foundation House observed a solemn and moving Veteran's Day ceremony on Wednesday.
After her main sponsor pulled out last-minute, Miss Washington Tara Uson-Fee with National American Miss is looking for help to fund her trip to compete for the National Queen Title in Anaheim, California during Thanksgiving weekend.
Federal Way High School is hosting a Motivate, Inspire, Change (M.I.C) Conference, organized to prepare students and families for the task of planning academic futures.
Federal Way Public Schools recently launched an extensive community and stakeholder engagement process to develop a strategic plan. Using a structure of planning teams, as well as gathering data and input from stakeholders, this plan will outline a vision for Federal Way schools, guide the work of district educators and serve as a road map to attain the vision and enhance student achievement.