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That plus animal detectives solve a case, a Federal Way student wins a scholarship and King County sets a meeting to discuss amendments to its charter.
On June 5, the Federal Way Rotary awarded 18 scholarships worth at least $1,000 each to graduating seniors in the Federal Way School District. The scholarships were presented during a luncheon at Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club.
Members of a Federal Way police team showed their support for Special Olympics May 30 when they jogged Pacific Highway South carrying the “Flame of Hope.”
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Two young men died recently as the result of a high speed collision on Hoyt Road between SW 323rd Street and SW 320th Street.
Adam Smith town hall
The environmental impact of a 860-home residential development slated to replace Northeast Tacoma’s North Shore Golf Course must be studied further, a City of Tacoma Hearing Examiner ruled May 19.
Despite his victory in court, one of Federal Way High School’s beloved teachers continues to fight for his job.
Daniel Mullen, 16, is one of the top students in his class — and he is dropping out of high school.
When most folks want to leave their homes, they simply walk out the front door.
It is often called “The Forgotten War” or “The Unknown War,” but many veterans remember it all too well.
Lions Club members raise money for Peru teen’s education