- Best of Federal Way
- Green Editions
- Home Delivery
- About Us
It was the centerpiece of the governor’s crusade against climate change. Now it’s gone.
If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.
Wow, what a council meeting! If one thing is clear after the first council meeting of the new year, it is that bitter feelings from… Continue reading
I am writing regarding the capital budget, which is currently being debated by the Washington State Legislature. Washington currently has a significant homelessness crisis, evidenced… Continue reading
Mr. Federal Way questions the council members’ rationale over deputy mayor drama.
On behalf of our students and educators, we appreciate our community’s steadfast support of our schools. Recently, our community approved a bond that will build… Continue reading
I’m disappointed in the Mirror for running full-page ads from self-proclaimed “watch” groups based on fake science and conspiracy theories. The most recent example is… Continue reading
The end of the year is about saying goodbye to what happened, good or bad, and welcoming the potential that comes with a new beginning.… Continue reading
Federal Way will be a hotbed of political intrigue in 2018, and there will be plenty to keep your interest. First is to see who… Continue reading
Q Mr. Federal Way, you’ve been slacking off in the column department, is your New Year’s resolution to regularly appear in the Mirror again? A:… Continue reading
Columnist Bob Roegner offers his annual awards to community and national leaders.
A Christmas to remember Yes, it was nice to have a white Christmas this year. All of us dream of past Christmases, and they were… Continue reading
With the holiday season upon us and 2018 approaching, it is a good time to reflect on what has happened this past year and what… Continue reading
Honda and Koppang wish to be selected as new Federal Way deputy mayor.
Levy critical to maintain services in school district On Feb. 13, voters will be asked to renew an educational programs and operations levy to keep… Continue reading
When the Washington state Legislature meets in January it will be a short 60-day session as all of the House of Representatives and half of… Continue reading
I recently entered a Citizen Action Request on the city of Federal Way website regarding piles of leaves covering the sidewalks on Southwest Campus Drive.… Continue reading