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‘I’ve always found ways to serve … it’s part of my DNA.’
‘Federal Way is a community that is … changing and there are folks who are like me who have needs for this community to be safe, affordable, and a great place for all folks to live.’
Advancing As Leaders and Coaching Boys Into Men offer weekly discussions on understanding consent, healthy relationships and more.
Wild Waves hosted first-ever Paw-Pool-Ooza dog swim on Saturday.
TBHS senior serves kindness, tenacity on the tennis court.
TBHS sophomore dominates the soccer field early in season.
‘I remember what our nation was like in October. I remember what we were like as people,’ Fire Department of New York Capt. Michael M. Dugan.
TJHS senior executes key play at season opener game last Friday.
Thomas Jefferson senior Angel Swamy putts positivity into girls golf team.
City considering replacing or repairing fishing pier, restrooms and 300 feet of bulkheads along waterfront.
Firefighters Dean Bastin, Greg Garka successfully rescued a victim who drove her car into the Puget Sound last October.
Thomas Jefferson High School football season preview: Bigger and better Raiders roster has team hunting for success
TJHS football welcomes new head coach for 2019 season.
Coach John Meagher announces this will be his final season as head coach of the Federal Way Eagles.
Titans football gears up for 2019 season in hopes of another league championship.
Matt Vaeena returns as head coach; Decatur’s athleticism, leadership to shine this football season.
Federal Way Mirror’s Athlete of the Week feature section highlights athletes throughout the district in a range of sports.
Teens, age 14-17, in Department of Ecology Youth Corps program clean up to protect the environment in four-week job opportunity.
Ry Keener swam out into the Puget Sound to rescue two stranded women on June 24.
U-pick blueberry farm celebrates 65th anniversary season serving Federal Way and Auburn communities.
Lake Grove and Wildwood grades 1-5 to start school Sept. 9; grade K to begin Sept. 12 due to delayed construction.