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Sarah Yarborough was strangled on FWHS campus in December 1991; her suspected killer was arrested nearly three decades later on Oct. 2.
Incumbent Luckisha Phillips, Tenya Magruder to compete for Position 3; incumbent Dr. Jennifer Jones seeks Position 2 against no-show challenger Elizabeth Carlson.
FWPD have detained one possible second suspect, according to Cmdr. Kurt Schwan.
K-9 Vadar and Officer Sederberg tracked down the suspect around midnight on Monday.
Three-sport athlete Hailey Still to be honored at the Seattle Seahawks vs. Balitmore Ravens game Oct. 20.
Local speedskater Corinne Stoddard makes Team USA; Auburn’s Jenell Berhorst nominated for spot at the Youth Olympic Games.
TJHS senior captain helps lead tennis team to undefeated season.
TJHS junior placed second at 32-team cross country invite.
Donations can be taken to the FWNLL complex on Saturdays through Oct. 12.
‘Every family has been touched by [cancer] in some way,’ says SKFR Lt. Shannon Oltman.
The body of Sarah Yarborough, 16, was found on the Federal Way High School campus in December 1991.
Federal Way senior averages 200 yards per game, ranked fourth in the NSPL for football.
FWHS junior racks up 10 goals in competitive North Puget Sound soccer league.
Shawn Thomas Cooke, 21, allegedly shot and killed Todd Beamer student Cameron Wilson in May.
East India Grill wins People’s Choice award; Mediterranean Gyro Grill awarded first place by judges.
Valerie Danforth founded the Bridging A Gap Program and is the Mirror’s September Citizen of the Month.
Federal Way’s newest tavern sources local ingredients, beers to please local crowds.
The fifth annual Arts Gala on Poverty Bay will be held Saturday, Sept. 28 at Highline College.
Decatur senior proves to be heart of Gator football defense.
Decatur senior leads Gators volleyball team in kills, blocks.