No one but Troy Xavier Kelley knows how long he will be the state auditor of Washington.
When people think of car maintenance, many people think of oil changes, alignments, new air filters and new windshield wipers.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, there are rumors on the street that Federal Way City Councilman Martin Moore may be considering withdrawing from his pursuits to fill the seat of his late boss Rep. Roger Freeman now that Teri Hickel has filed with the intent to run.
Legally the state Legislature is partisan; you’re either a Democrat or a Republican. The City Council is non-partisan.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, the voters have already said we want recreational and medical marijuana-related businesses here but the council keeps imposing moratoriums left and right.
Washington State Medical Association says opportunity to boost vaccination rates and protect children was lost
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You may have seen Terrence Hill during the past eight months on the sidelines of a Federal Way High School football game, or on the field at Todd Beamer High School.
The city appears to be looking for the “big score” or “home run” in their approach to economic development.
King County wants to raise taxes to replace emergency systems | Cartoon
Q: Mr. Federal Way, I read in the most recent issue of the Mirror (front page) that the city settled to pay $125,000 to a woman who fell at the city-owned Federal Way Community Center.
When Mirror staff attempted to interview the new Performing Arts and Conference Center executive director last week, we ran into a challenge.
Mr. Federal Way gets far more entertaining questions than I do, but here are some asked of me along with my answers.
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.
Mr. Federal Way, we have a problem in our area I hope you can help us with. I read your column each week and know you are as concerned about our city as I am
If you like public policy debates about what government should, or shouldn’t do, or about what government’s priorities are or should be, you’re going to love the debate about the 2008 King County Budget.