In a recent piece by Bob Roegner, he allowed his imagination to go wild as he went “behind the scenes” (well, in his mind anyway)
I would like to join so many others in speaking on Mark Miloscia’s behalf.
The majority of voters in Washington state said yes to Initiative 502. Statewide, 55.7 percent said yes,
Rep. Roger Freeman is an excellent representation of the word caring. For the last two years, I’ve lobbied with my mom and others on behalf of the Washington Interpreters Union.
When I turn on the weather news on TV, I can feel pretty sure that it will be accurate for the next day. If the forecast were to be for the next month, I would have many reservations as to its accuracy.
South King Fire and Rescue is proposing a $45 million bond issue, noting as part of the justification the loss of property tax revenue from the housing market downturn.
Your reporter’s “My Turn” column in the Sept. 5 issue is correct in that the systematic non-response to years of child sexual abuse and rape is “horrific.”
I have lived in Federal Way for 38 years. I worked on the first city committee or incorporation with Debbie Ertel and Bob Stead.
Reach Out would like to thank the over 400 community leaders, pastors, sponsors, speakers and volunteers who showed up for the fourth annual Reach Out breakfast fundraiser on Sept. 9. You all make it possible for the program to operate.
By restricting very broadly defined “transfers,” Initiative 594 would shut down gun safety workshops, safe firearm education between friends, volunteer community gun safety programs and many organized scout marksmanship programs statewide.
Initiative 594 is a proposed measure that its proponents claim will prevent mentally ill and other prohibited persons from obtaining firearms.
Those who attended the 21st annual FUSION (Friends United to Shelter the Indigent, Oppressed, and Needy) art event, “Moroccan Mystique” on Aug. 6 helped the all-volunteer non-profit to raise a record-breaking total of $155,000 net profit for the FUSION transitional housing program for homeless families.
I was shocked by the ugly photo-chopped visual imagery of Shari Song depicted in a pricey, glossy mailer sent out by a group, or possibly person, calling itself Working Families, based in Sammamish.
To owners of large objects I think Terry O’Day is confused (letters, Aug. 13). 1. Normal people don’t own an RV. 2. Apparently when he purchased the RV, he failed to consider all the costs of ownership of an object so large it didn’t fit on his property.