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The survey suggests Washingtonians drank more than 17 alcoholic beverages a week on average.
“This should give educators more confidence,” Jay Inslee said. Other frontline workers could soon be next.
In Washington state last September, some 600,000 acres burned within 72 hours.
As of March 1, 102 virus-related deaths have been recorded.
Police must stop arresting people for simple possession.
District to dedicate one week to transition activities, return to classrooms set for March 15.
Legislators propose requiring zipper merge instruction in drivers education and in license test.
When snow blanketed the Puget Sound in mid-February, several local men made it their mission to help the Federal Way community. It started with a… Continue reading
Thomas Jefferson senior Alisha Saucedo has been named one of more than 4,500 candidates in the 2021 U.S. Presidential Scholars program. Selected from nearly 3.6… Continue reading
In stark contrast to last year’s 700-member live audience, Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell delivered the annual State of the City address virtually on Feb.… Continue reading
Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log Feb. 17-21
The Mirror asked various officials about their favorite books and current reads.
The governor issued a weekslong pause on regions moving backward, but has yet to outline a Phase 3.
The driver ran a red light and was confronted by police within minutes of stealing the car.
Questions about future public benefit remain.
Fall City, Kent libraries among six selected for partial reopening.
A top UW doctor talks new strains, masks and when normal could return.
A Senate bill takes aim at a state law requiring anyone seeking elected office to be a citizen.
In coordination with President Joe Biden’s order honoring the more than 500,000 Americans who have lost their lives to COVID-19, Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell… Continue reading
Two months after the COVID vaccine landed in Washington, many still struggle to secure their shots.