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Raiders now 1-2 in NPSL, Titans 0-2, as of Wednesday.
Sophomore forward Emmanuel Musgrove scored for the Gators.
7.75 percent tax on water and sewer utilities will net city approximately $980,000.
Organizing a walkout a learning experience for seventh-grader.
We Act Club organized Wednesday event.
FWHS students planning solidarity walk March 24.
Second-place state finish caps 27-2 season.
Hulau invited to participate in the Merrie Monarch Festival in Hilo, Hawaii.
Todd Beamer went undefeated in NPSL Olympic division.
Frank Gabreluk, Mari Ikeda-Gomes and John McMahon fill critical role.
Officer Frank Martin lost his battle to colon cancer Monday morning.
Wednesday’s results indicate 57 percent of voters support levy.
FW natives, Beamer grads J.R. Celski, Aaron Tran competing in short track.
Team will be deciding whether to plan for a trip to national tourney soon.
Advocacy has many faces in Federal Way.
1998 started with a late push to garner support for the FW school district’s EP&O levy.
In 1998, Federal Way was the sixth-largest city in Washington, with a population of about 74,000.
Wrong information provided to Seattle Times leads to confusion.
Rotary awards $47,000 grant, center to receive capital budget funds, as well.
Hospital will be able to better care for patients.