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Hylebos Day pays homage to city’s hidden jewel

An official grand opening ceremony for the West Hylebos Wetlands Park highlighted one of Federal Way’s natural treasures.

  • May 7, 2008

Avoid costly travel rip-offs by doing some simple research

By Jerry Vaughn, Travel Talk

  • May 6, 2008

Income levels and geography affect good health and nutrition

A recent study underscores the fact that good health isn’t just a matter of personal choice for Americans.

  • May 6, 2008

You better start feeding those vegetables and roses

Now is a the time to start feeding your vegetables, roses and flower beds because plants that you want to produce need energy now.

  • May 6, 2008

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Readers: Please send all community calendar items two weeks prior to the event to ensure timely publication. E-mail items to editor@fedwaymirror.com.

  • May 6, 2008

‘Community angels’ help heal immigrants in crisis

Little did Oddie know that on Valentine’s Day last year, her life in this country would change course forever.

  • May 3, 2008

‘Mae Day’ honors beloved teacher at Sequoyah

t She’s been at it for 50 years

  • May 3, 2008

Noting the district’s increasing diversity, Moore sa

Noting the district’s increasing diversity, Moore said it will be beneficial to have a person of color serving on the school board.

  • May 3, 2008

Amen to the guest column by Federal Way resident Frank

Amen to the guest column by Federal Way resident Frank Comita, “Socialist state steals from taxpayers” (April 30).

  • May 2, 2008

Downtown arts center’s opening act

A high-profile land donation and $500,000 from the Legislature could put a performing arts center among the large-scale projects downtown Federal Way will pursue in coming years.

Hylebos reflects couple’s love of nature

The Friends of the Hylebos, with help from more than 1,000 volunteers, has planted more than 80,000 trees and shrubs and preserved 410 acres in the West Hylebos Wetlands.

  • Apr 30, 2008

Should you stay or should you go?

By Joni Ribera, Let’s Talk Real Estate

  • Apr 29, 2008

Communication prevents teen pregnancy

By Amy Johnson, Sex in the Suburbs

  • Apr 29, 2008

Vietnam, part 2: Yesterday and today

By Jerry Vaughn, Travel Talk

  • Apr 29, 2008

Eagle Scout project needs donations

Noah Eliason of Boy Scout Troop 361 in Federal Way will be working on his Eagle project April 26 and May 3. Eliason, 17, is landscaping an area beside a POW flag in the Tahoma National Cemetery. The Federal Way High School senior seeks monetary donations to help cover the cost of plants for the area as well as food for volunteers helping with the project.

  • Apr 26, 2008

Hippe ready to retire from St. Luke’s

If St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Federal Way had a pulpit, Rev. Dr. Victor V. Hippe would step into it for the final time on April 27.

  • Apr 23, 2008

If St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Federal Way had a pulpit, Rev. Dr. Victor V. Hippe would step into it for the final time on April 27.

  • Apr 22, 2008

IN your backyard

The April 19 story “Grant aims to curb dropouts” said that Sacajawea Middle School student Brent Montgomery had dropped out of school in January. However, the student is still enrolled at Sacajawea, said district spokeswoman Diane Turner. By law, students cannot drop out of school until age 16, Turner said. The Mirror regrets the error.

  • Apr 22, 2008

City passes on ‘unproven’ drug treatment program

Federal Way will not proceed in administering the Prometa drug treatment protocol due to insufficient proof of its ability to rid drug and alcohol addicts of their desire for substances.