Q: Mr. Federal Way, so the city was planning on installing a playground at Town Square Park but tabled that plan,
Working in the journalism industry the past 10 years, I’ve seen my share of bad news.
I frequently get asked questions about the columns I write. Since other readers might have the same questions, here are a few along with my answers.
From the time I moved to Federal Way in 1976 until now, Federal Way and Weyerhaeuser have been synonymous to me.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, I was outraged that a recent story in the Mirror regarding racism complaints at Sacajawea Middle School outright
Proud student of a failing school, "I figure it'll drive my teachers crazy!"
On students’ second day of school, the Federal Way school district locked down Todd Beamer High School as they searched for a suicidal 17-year-old.
Weyerhaeuser’s plans to move its headquarters to Seattle in 2016 represents a turning point for our community, and a significant opportunity to strengthen our economy.
Several weeks ago Mayor Jim Ferrell announced that Patrick Doherty would no longer head the Community Development department at City Hall and that he would be working from home for an indeterminate period.
A scandal rocked England last week, when a report revealed that town authorities knowingly covered up the systemic abduction and rape of young British girls (and a few boys) in the town of Rotherham.
Federal Way loses 800 Weyerhaeuser jobs to Seattle | Cartoon
A recent Huffington Post article entitled “5 Reasons You Should Have Sex With Your Husband Every Night” is making its way around social media — though it seems like it might fit better with Cosmo than Huffington Post.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, the school district had an all-employee rally at the Christian Faith Center on Tuesday.
What had been feared for many months jumped from rumor mill to reality last week as Weyerhaeuser announced it was ending its 40-year relationship with Federal Way and moving to Seattle.
What is the value of a label? Could Federal Way benefit from a makeover to gain positive name recognition and become the brand everyone wants?
Q: Mr. Federal Way, I was walking through the Albertson’s parking lot on 312th Street on Monday afternoon, when a woman approached me and handed me a brochure entitled “Will suffering ever end?”
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.