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Weyerhaeuser has been gone for four years and new development is necessary. However, we may have become an impediment to accepting our potential.
As a teacher at Thomas Jefferson High School or the past 25 years, I know the importance of stable housing for our children’s education.
Initiative takes our community in the wrong direction by jeopardizing safety, driving up rent costs.
I trust that allowing a legal substance that is well regulated can be appropriately integrated into the fabric of our community.
We still have far too high of crime rate, but at least without pot shops, we are moving in the right direction.
Sharry Edwards’s race for council and Tenya Magruder’s run for school board were noteworthy for their choices that created controversy.
Event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Here are some random observations on the candidates.
‘Sometimes … you take a chance on something and find out it maybe wasn’t the best move.’
Democratics are likely to impeach Trump, but Republicans are unlikely to convict him at trial.
Support for local arts organizations should be community’s core value.
While most of the discussion is pure speculation, there are also several names for the seat floating around in community coffee shops.
In the headline race, Phillips will be challenged by Tenya Magruder to represent District 3.
The public will always wonder what the department could have become with a more transparent and inclusive approach.
‘After six years, it is clear Ferrell’s strategy of criminalizing homelessness is not working.’
Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell is known to match Trump for his hyperbole, but even for him this was out there.
It’s past time to recognize that there are more than two genders — there are multiple cultures where more than two genders are the norm.
This year, Welcoming Week is Sept.13-22 and KCLS will offer a variety of programs that affirm one’s sense of belonging.
Keeping 68 cents of every dollar you spend local has a positive impact on our community.