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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
Russ Higley and his 14-month-old son, Rowen, enjoy the company of folks who attended the Hylebos Day celebration May 3 at the West Hylebos Wetlands… Continue reading
Every week in the Federal Way Municipal Court, cases that cannot be resolved by an agreement between the parties are scheduled for jury trial.
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I have written past columns about traveling with small kids and the challenges that can present.
On May 30 and 31, the nationally-ranked Pacific Ballroom Dance Team will showcase its winning Latin and standard performances along with many other performances at the Auburn Performing Arts Center, 700 E. Main St., Auburn.
Mental illness: The National Alliance on Mental Illness is a grass-roots organization created to support families dealing with all types of mental conditions. Bipolar, schizophrenia, major despression, Alzheimer’s, etc. are some of the common mental issues facing one out of five families today. NAMI spends a lot of time fighting for better coverage from insurance companies, trying to improve the methods for dealing with the mentally ill, educating families and trying to raise awareness and break the stigma attached to mental illness. Call Shelley Merryfield at (253) 945-7157 or visit NAMI.org.