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I would like to thank those who came to the recent taxpayer roundtable meeting. I apologize to those who couldn’t make it owing in large… Continue reading
I am concerned about a wildfire threat to my (and many) homes surrounding Dash Point State Park. It is located in both South King and… Continue reading
Four seats will be up for election next year and there is much speculation about who will run.
The Grand Old Party endured a good old-fashioned butt-whupping on primary night. Now, Republican leaders in the Legislature must come up with a stunning counterpunch… Continue reading
Calling all curmudgeons in Federal Way and beyond to take a good look at yourself. All I am asking is that you look in a… Continue reading
It’s disappointing that in the Aug. 3 column by Bob Roegner, he decided to turn a routine and by-the-book convening of the ethics board into… Continue reading
Had Federal Way City Attorney Ryan Call asked more questions regarding ethics board member Tony Pagliocco’s relationship with Federal Way City Councilman Martin Moore, he would have learned a couple of things.
How many of you remember the public outcry when the new city of Federal Way decided to purchase the old Evergreen airstrip in 1990 that… Continue reading
As I began to write an opinion piece earlier this summer, the internet was blowing up with the latest sexual harassment scandal: Morgan Freeman. Sigh.… Continue reading
An unusual incident of rudeness by a council member becomes a bigger question about transparency.
Senate seat currently held by Mark Miloscia is a must-win election for both political parties.
Part 2 in a series from the Federal Way Jury Diversity Committee on racial disparities in jury service.
On June 16 at the Flag Day celebration, Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell announced that the name of South 320th Street would be changed to… Continue reading
Back in 1965, with mounting evidence of the ill effects of smoking, Congress decided every pack of cigarettes should come with a few words of… Continue reading
As we celebrated this country’s 242nd Independence Day this past July 4, we banded together for one day as a nation to revel in what… Continue reading
Like the rest of us, politicians always have something to say. After Mayor Jim Ferrell mentioned at a Federal Way City Council meeting that he… Continue reading
The result of the tariffs have been up to a 30 percent increase in newsprint costs for newspapers.
It started with Muslims. Now separating children from their parents, and babies from their mothers? This can’t be us! This can’t be who we are.… Continue reading
Letter to the Editor
Here’s a pet peeve of mine: fake apologies. You know what I’m talking about. The ones that sound like this: “I’m sorry you feel that… Continue reading