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Articles from the February 17, 2011 edition

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 By Jim Miller    Columns    February 17, 2011

How to Keep Up With Your Medications

Dear Savvy Senior, What devices can you recommend to help forgetful seniors keep up with their medications? My 76-year-old mother takes nine different prescription drugs and that doesn’t include all the vitamin supplements or over-the-counter...

 By Shawn Devine, Wsdot Toll Division Communications    News    February 17, 2011

WSDOT updating new Good To Go! website in response to customer feedback

SEATTLE – Thanks to the feedback received, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is updating and improving the Good To Go! website. The new website for tolling, launched earlier this week, has received a number of...

 News    February 17, 2011

Snohomish County crews still completing flood repairs

Snohomish County’s Public Works Department is still working on repairs to roads damaged during floods this past January and December. The county has experienced flood and slide damage at more than a dozen key road locations, with repairs expect...

 News    February 17, 2011

Kristiansen seeks questions, input during Feb. 24 telephone town hall meeting

Rep. Dan Kristiansen is inviting 39th District citizens to join him for a telephone town hall meeting, Thursday, Feb. 24, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The call-in radio show format is an opportunity for citizens to learn more about the 2011...

 News    February 17, 2011

Happy First Birthday Cocoon House East!

Monroe Shelter Celebrates One Year of Operation March 24th “I found a safe place to live where no one was going to attack me in the middle of the night, where my belongings are safe, and I have two good meals every day.” – Karissa,...

 News    February 17, 2011

Few Snohomish County-area schools rank high in new report

More than half of children in Washington state attend low-performing schools Seattle – A new report released by Washington Policy Center (WPC) today rates the quality of schools in the Snohomish County-area school districts. WPC’s new...