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Articles from the February 8, 2010 edition

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 By Colquitt Nash    Columns    February 8, 2010

Making the most of opportunity

One Saturday night the basketball game between Pennsylvania rivals Lock Haven State and Edinboro ended with Lock Haven up 84-82. Half an hour later, both teams were back on the floor to finish the game. Checking the books, the officials found that...

 
 By Journal Staff    Columns    February 8, 2010

Folk singers performing at First Presbyterian

Ginny Reilly and David Maloney, the much loved and long established folk singers, are beginning their fortieth season performing together with a concert in Everett at First Presbyterian Church on Friday, Feb. 19 at 8 p.m. The church is located at...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    February 8, 2010

Viking wrestlers win 11th straight District Championship

Lake Stevens wins 11th straight Wesco District Team Championship. For the 11th year in a row, the Lake Stevens High School wrestling team took home the gold at the two-day Class 4A Northwest District...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    February 8, 2010

The Journal welcomes Norton as Sales Associate

The Lake Stevens Journal is excited to introduce Myrna Norton as a new Sales Associate. Norton has extensive sales experience including eight years in print media working for both The Herald and the...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    February 8, 2010

Library building celebrating 25 years

In 1985, less than 2,000 people lived in the small town of Lake Stevens, and community members knew the importance of having a library. While the Lake Stevens Library has been housed in several...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    February 8, 2010

Crossen named Head Coach for LSHS girls softball team

Krista Crossen The Lake Stevens High School softball program is proud to announce that Krista Crossen has been selected to be the new head coach. Crossen is a 2005 Lake Stevens graduate and all...

 
 By Mike Anderton    News    February 8, 2010

Basketball boys split at Cascade, Snohomish

Lake Stevens boys fell behind in last week’s road games, rallying in the fourth quarter to beat Cascade 69-64 but unable to do so at Snohomish, falling 54-44. The split left Lake (13-2 in Wesco North, 14-5 overall) in a virtual tie with Stanwood...

 
 By Laura Snyder    Columns    February 8, 2010

Algebra? Seriously?

Who invented Algebra, Mom?” my son asked, frustrated. My mouth said “I don’t know, honey. Let’s find out,” but my mind was saying “Probably some twisted soul with too much time on his hands.” Every day he sits at the kitchen table...

 
 By Rep. Hans Dunshee    Opinions    February 8, 2010

The Jobs Act: Let’s put people back to work

Olympia is full of ideas about jobs. But some ideas are better than others. If you don’t have a job, tax cuts wouldn’t help, like a free oil change for someone who doesn’t have a car. No business is going to hire someone if there is no product...

 
 By Pam Stevens    Opinions    February 8, 2010

Senate bill 6841 could mean higher prices on everything

The reason I first heard about Senate Bill 6841 is because it directly affects the way newspapers do business. Of course, this got my interest perked up and so I decided to delve into it a little...

 
 Opinions    February 8, 2010

Letters for February 10, 2010

Homeowner near Thomco concerned about use permit Dear Editor, I would like to thank State Representative Hans Dunshee and Councilman Dave Somers, Snohomish County Planning, for holding the meeting and hearing concerns from the community regarding...

 
 News    February 8, 2010

Free H1N1 vaccine in SnoCo at 8 special clinics in February & March

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. – The Snohomish Health District will offer no-cost H1N1 vaccinations at special clinics in eight Snohomish County community centers in February and March. No appointments are necessary. Anyone older than six months is...

 
 By Chris Thomas    News    February 8, 2010

Counselors, Therapists "Give An Hour" for WA Veterans

SPOKANE, Wash. - Women married to deployed soldiers are more likely to be diagnosed with depression and other stress-related disorders and are seeking help in greater numbers, a new study has found. RTI International and the University of North...