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If we are truly pro-life, we should be voting overwhelmingly for affordable health care, affordable child care and an increase in minimum wage.
Cindy Lu Vaughn is the Mirror’s Citizen of the Month for May.
The new name that has surfaced is Federal Way Chamber of Commerce CEO Becca Martin.
‘If I can do it, they can do it’
The lead story of the council races is that Mayor Jim Ferrell appears to be lining up an informal slate to regain control of the council.
Federal Way Public Schools will need to make targeted budget reductions over the next two years.
Ferrell does not like the independent accountability the Mirror provides, though that is their job.
The candidate, while possessing skills Ferrell desperately needed, had done some part-time work for IRG.
Mirror reporter gets firsthand look as officers learn how to spin-out a car while in pursuit, maneuver sudden turns.
Transparency and access has always been a hallmark of this office.
If it was Barack Obama who had committed the same acts that Donald Trump has, what would the Republicans be doing?
If this city wants to improve its image, don’t check the “we got it partially done box, complete the project properly and in a way that people see and feel the pride.
Mirror reporter Haley Donwerth joined SKFR Firefighters at Station 63 to learn what it takes to be a firefighter.
Four council seats are up for election this year.
Our homeless need 120-150 nights of shelter, not 12-15, and they shouldn’t have to look forward to another winter without government providing them shelter.
Governments are obligated to share information with residents — this is transparency.
If we can provide this education for those who need it, it is our responsibility to do so — in our schools, in our churches and anywhere else we can promote respect and inclusion.
Politics over DaVita, IRG and former Weyerhaeuser.
Washington voters have spoken on I-1639. Sheriffs need to set the stage to follow their oath of office - and enforce the law.
The voters have spoken on I-1639, and sheriffs need to set the stage to follow their oath of office, and enforce the law.