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Yvette Fosberg. Photo courtesy of CHI Franciscan

Patient testimony: Woman battles breast cancer with help of St. Francis staff

Yvette Fosberg, of Milton, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018.

 

Photo courtesy of Vickie Chynoweth

Well-fed at the Federal Way Farmers Market: Winter squash alfredo with lobster ravioli

Recipe of the week includes winter squash from the Federal Way Farmers Market.

 

Photo courtesy of Vickie Chynoweth

Well-fed at the Federal Way Farmers Market: Butternut squash chili

This week’s recipe includes dried beans, vegetables and spices found at the Saturday market.

 

Well-fed at the Federal Way Farmers Market: Plum Kuchen

Recipe of the Week includes plums, lemons found at the Federal Way Farmers Market.

Well-fed at the Federal Way Farmers Market: Cran-Apple Butter

Join in on an apple-theme scavenger hunt this weekend at the market (ages 12 and under)

Well-fed at the Federal Way Farmers Market: Zucchini Lasagna with King’s Fresh Mozzarella

Recipe of the Week features vegetables and King’s Mozzarella from the market.

Well-fed from the Federal Way Farmers Market: Bourbon Peach Cobbler

Recipe of the Week features fresh peaches from the Federal Way Farmers Market.

Well-fed from the Federal Way Farmers Market: Roasted Pattypan Squash

Recipe of the Week features locally sourced vegetables from the Federal Way Farmers Market.

Well-fed from the Federal Way Farmers Market: Summer Medley Salsa

Recipe includes fresh corn, tomatoes, cilantro, and more from the Federal Way Farmers Market.

Well-fed from the Federal Way Farmers Market: Berry Delicious French Toast

Recipe of the Week includes fresh berries from the Federal Way Farmers Market.

Todd Keeney, president of the Federal Way Washington Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, presents a check towards diapers for FWPS families to Laura Batcheller, ECEAP/Head Start (ESTART) program manager​ of Federal Way Public Schools. Courtesy photo

Local LDS church donates to families of FWPS Early Learning program

The donations included hygiene kits, cleaning supplies, and a six-month supply of diapers for 460 kids, and more.

Todd Keeney, president of the Federal Way Washington Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, presents a check towards diapers for FWPS families to Laura Batcheller, ECEAP/Head Start (ESTART) program manager​ of Federal Way Public Schools. Courtesy photo

Waste Management to donate $5K to MSC with help of local residents

Federal Way residents can support the Multi-Service Center by signing up for one of Waste Management’s free services.

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District offices in Federal Way. File photo

Federal Way wins court case for water and sewer tax

Tax is expected to generate about $1 million in revenue each year.

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District offices in Federal Way. File photo

Federal Way City Council votes to distribute CARES Act funds to local businesses

The City of Federal Way was awarded $2.96 million in federal funding to help with costs incurred due to pandemic.

City-led coronavirus response task forces work to establish support network

Business Resiliency and Community Continuity task forces aim to focus on economy, at-risk populations amid current health crisis.

Highline College Foundation launches COVID-19 student support fund

As a result of nation-wide pandemic, some students express inability to pay for classes, utilities, food or books.

Jimmy Mac’s Roadhouse to launch Feed A Hero program this week

A $10 donation provides five meals for St. Francis Hospital workers at May 6 event.

Federal Way City Council approves emergency funding, moratorium on renters late fees

Both measures were approved unanimously at Tuesday night’s virtual council meeting.

Opinion: Public deserves honest information on sex education

The Washington comprehensive sex education bill passed in the Senate on March 7.

The Performing Arts and Events Center in Federal Way will remain closed through April 27. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

Closures of city-owned facilities extended

The Federal Way Community Center, Dumas Bay Centre and PAEC to remain closed through April 27.

The Performing Arts and Events Center in Federal Way will remain closed through April 27. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo