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This internship has taken me back to places such as Steele Lake Park that I enjoyed as a child.
Your questions will help guide Mirror staff in our election coverage as we seek to find the answers to issues most important to you.
Watch for potential upsets in two Federal Way City Council seats.
Federal Way’s Diversity Commission reminded us of a sacred obligation bigger than current politics.
Exciting news for the 2019-20 school year.
Community Health Centers are the backbone of access to health care for low-income and vulnerable communities.
Both council races in the primary were overshadowed by Edwards’s allegations of bribery against Honda.
If the homeless all registered to vote, would that get Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell’s attention?
Pride is a hard-earned social movement and Federal Way would do right by their queer residents by flying that flag high and proud.
Events have been less predictable and Republicans see some openings they may be able to exploit.
Elected officials focusing primarily on the downtrodden may shortchange our opportunity to invest in needs and wants desired by next generation middle-class families.
Failing to communicate well in a relationship about sexual behavior can end up leading to disappointment, shame, exploitation, coercion and even assault.
Allegations of bribery, changing alliances and hard feelings surround Position 3 race.
Kochmar is clear frontrunner, but could be close race between challengers.
Census affects everything from government representation to federal funding.
With the other races having clear front runners and the council divided over many of Ferrell’s actions, this could be an important race.
Map of Puget Sound with major fault lines.
The past three years have told us that we as a nation are still far apart on equality.
Since incorporation, this city has worked to realign its foundation, but at present it is mostly a blank slate that gives us an opportunity to rewrite the community’s future.
One cannot ignore the fact that forces remained then, and continue to remain now, that promote unjust power and control.