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By most accounts, Mayor Jim Ferrell’s State of the City address at the Performing Arts and Event Center went well. However, it was his order… Continue reading
I recently attended a show at the Performing Arts and Event Center. Rosanne Cash was very entertaining. The parking is ample and free. The sound… Continue reading
To capture the pulse of our City, And celebrate the good we share, And challenge us to be a bit better, With others with a… Continue reading
According to Mayor Jim Ferrell, Federal Way is economically strong, or so he said in his State of the City speech. Now I read that… Continue reading
February is National Condom Month, and I’m celebrating this year by outlining my top five reasons why we should have condoms available in every Federal… Continue reading
“Money, money, money … Money makes the world go around, the world go around…” or so sing Sally Bowles and the emcee in the 1972… Continue reading
Federal Way is a city that has grown in more ways than one. Its population has risen from nearly 68,000 in 1990 to more than… Continue reading
On Martin Luther King Day, I went with other members from my local union, the Federal Way Education Association, to Olympia to advocate for amply… Continue reading
In the Feb. 2 Mirror, I was accused writer Gary Robertson of providing misleading or inaccurate information in a previous letter to the editor. He… Continue reading
The Martin Luther King celebration in Federal Way this year was one of the best we’ve ever had. And how exciting to have the honor… Continue reading
Last summer, Federal Way Public Schools decided to run a Phase 2 bond for $450 million dollars. Then they told the voters that it wouldn’t… Continue reading
I was appalled to read in the Jan. 26 edition that the state capital budget funded $1 million for a kitchen upgrade at Performing Arts… Continue reading
For nine years - or 3,312 days - I had the privilege of being the publisher of the Mirror.
I’ve been in this business for just about 30 years, 20 of which have been with the Mirror.
A community newspaper like yours is vital to the health of a community and to local government.
Livingston: Lawmakers need to look at big picture for area to succeed.
I am here to tell you that the Federal Way Mirror is here to stay.
Sound Publishing wanted me to help start a newspaper in Federal Way as soon as I could get there.
Roegner: This year appears to be a good one for educational interests and women candidates.