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The national homeless crisis has been on Federal Way’s doorstep for at least four years. But there does not appear to be consensus in the… Continue reading
The conservative activist’s self-financing claim points to a lack of deep-pocketed donors.
A story in the Federal Way Mirror on April 20 stated that the city of Federal Way has a $850,000 budget shortfall. The Federal Way… Continue reading
County is dealing with the expected closure of its Cedar Hills Regional Landfill in 10 to 12 years.
Thank you, Matthew Jarvis, for your letter (April 27), which expresses the truth far more eloquently than I would. Finally, I don’t feel so alone… Continue reading
Q. Why did you say that more police are not always the right answer? A. Because crime is down 10 percent from last year and… Continue reading
Thank you Federal Way for the Performing Arts and Event Center (PAEC). We never had a vote, but instead had a magnificent Blue Ribbon Panel… Continue reading
The Federal Way Mirror is proud to recognize the city’s top student athletes in our first Athlete of the Year contest. Athletic directors from Federal… Continue reading
I am appalled by the timing of the pay raises for our mayor and city council.
Dear Survivors, I believe you. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and I want you to know that I believe your stories, I see how… Continue reading
In November 2016, Washington became the 18th state to officially call for a constitutional amendment to overturn the 2010 Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision. Washingtonians… Continue reading
Since Weyerhaeuser’s corporate headquarters opened in Federal Way in 1971, the company has been an outstanding corporate citizen. Unfortunate events in recent years have resulted… Continue reading
Despite being a longtime friend of political columnist Bob Roegner and a longtime critic of Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell, I feel obliged to come… Continue reading
Federal Way leaders have two new controversies that add to a growing list of problems
By James Crawford, chief academic officer for Federal Way Public Schools
New Mirror editor shares her thoughts on value of community newspapers.
The battle over the utility tax may get a little nasty as Mayor Jim Ferrell and some council members are not happy to have opposition… Continue reading