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Girls get dumped after refusing sexual favors

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  • Jun 13, 2008

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.

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.

  • Jun 13, 2008

Activist travels into heart of turbulence

Change requires action — and more of both are needed to stop the Iraq War and free millions of Iraqi refugees, said nurse and political activist Gerri Haynes.

Day of Silence speaks volumes

Sometimes silence speaks quite loudly.

  • Jun 13, 2008

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

  • Jun 13, 2008

Moore joins school board

t Applicants sought for other vacancy

  • Jun 13, 2008

Sobering lesson preps students for the prom

With prom and graduation fast approaching, Federal Way teens will soon be faced with decisions about drinking.

  • Jun 13, 2008

CHECK IT OUT

The Federal Way Symphony with music director and conductor Brian Davenport will present its season finale concert “Romancing the Romantic” at 7:30 p.m. May 3 and 2 p.m. May 4 at St. Luke’s church, 515 S. 312th St. Guest artist is violinist Misha Keylin, who is rapidly forging the major career promised by his Carnegie Hall debut at age 11.

  • Jun 13, 2008

Sex offender fails to register

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  • Jun 13, 2008

Community celebrates National Day of Prayer

“I have a simple point — God is good,” Christian Faith Center pastor Casey Treat said at the city’s annual prayer breakfast.

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

  • Jun 13, 2008

Search for Highline CC president inches toward the finish line

t Five finalists vie for top job;

t She’s been at it for 50 years

  • Jun 13, 2008

On April 29, the Washington State Department of Health

On April 29, the Washington State Department of Health suspended the license of certified nursing assistant Joseph N. Njonge, who pleaded not guilty in the first-degree murder of Twin Lakes resident Jane Carol Britt.

  • Jun 13, 2008

Garden festival takes root in Federal Way

Stop and smell the roses — or the tulips, rhododendrons, daffodils, azaleas, hydrangeas and bonsai trees — this Mother’s Day weekend at the city’s first Buds and Blooms garden festival.

A tree for Jack Suchy

His life has come to an end, but his contributions to the city are displayed through a winding track.

Mock crash uses fear factor

The crowd fell silent as people looked upon the two mangled, smoking cars on the track of Todd Beamer High School last week.

  • Jun 13, 2008

Woman, 67, murdered in her home

Boyfriend charged for fatal stabbing

  • Jun 13, 2008