This cartoon by Frank Shiers appeared in the June 14, 2013, print edition of the Federal Way Mirror.
I still remember that Saturday morning some years ago when my family and I drove northbound on 1st Avenue from the library. I was blue in the face when the two older boys taunted their baby brother for his inability to spell his middle name. Refusing to go home, we drove around Federal Way until he was able to spell his name in its entirety that day.
In what can only be described as a bizarre and controversial decision, City Attorney Pat Richardson stopped the investigation into the complaint filed by Councilmember Kelly Maloney against Mayor Skip Priest.
This cartoon by Frank Shiers was printed in the June 7, 2013, edition of the Federal Way Mirror.
There are always some surprises during filing week, and this year was no exception.
I was out of state at a conference when I got a text from my father in Canada that his prayers were with us following April's shooting in Federal Way.
This cartoon by Frank Shiers was printed in the May 31, 2013, edition of the Federal Way Mirror.
Newly appointed Federal Way City Councilmember Kelly Maloney has filed a complaint against Mayor Skip Priest alleging that he yelled at her, cursed at her, pounded his desk with his fist, cried when discussing Jim Ferrell's candidacy for mayor, and attempted to intimidate her.
Our state is facing a looming problem that has gotten too little attention lately — one we need to act on to create jobs and retain the quality of life that makes this a special place to live.
In an effort to improve our fair city (which is always my goal), I am proposing the 1 percent solution.
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.