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Amen to the guest column by Federal Way resident Frank Comita, “Socialist state steals from taxpayers” (April 30).
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.
By Joni Ribera, Let’s Talk Real Estate
By Amy Johnson, Sex in the Suburbs
By Jerry Vaughn, Travel Talk
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.
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.
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.
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.
With a stumbling economy, oil prices reaching all-time highs and uncontrollable lows of the U.S. dollar value, people are also starting to notice a difference on their receipts every time they visit a supermarket.
By Lori DeVore, Real estate update
April Pool’s Day on Sun.
St. Francis Hospital will proceed with its plans to add 36 patient beds and expand its nursery care for prematurely born infants, Franciscan Health System spokesman Gale Robinette said.
Federal Way’s government access television channel is making a big twist to its production.
Regardless of the miles that might separate them from home, city pride is a particular emotion among most individuals who leave their hometown.
Real estate agents continue to get the job done even in the softer housing market, according to buyers and sellers who work with them.