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Articles from the May 4, 2012 edition

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 By Lauren Glickman    News    May 4, 2012


Lynnwood, WA, May 4, 2012 — Yes, kittens are cute, but let’s face it, even cuteness can get out of hand. Pretty soon they will be flooding shelters around our state and there are simply not enough homes for all of them! In fact, only one...

 By Michelle Sanders    Entertainment    May 4, 2012

Teen talk: former Starbucks President empowers youth in talk on passions and life purpose.

WHAT: ParentMap Lecture Series Howard Behar, former Starbucks President and author "Coffee Talk: A Conversation with Teens on Passions and Life Purpose” An empowering talk on leadership for teens and their parents. Drawing on his...

 By Chris Thomas    News    May 4, 2012

WA Community Health Centers Get Cash Infusion

WENATCHEE, Wash. - Eleven Community Health Centers around the state will share a total of about $18 million as part of the Affordable Care Act, to expand and renovate their facilities. The federal money is part of a plan to double the capacity of...

 By Christopher Schwarzen    News    May 4, 2012

Public Works’ employee named Surveyor of the Year

Snohomish County surveyor Amanda Askren has been named Surveyor of the Year by the Land Surveyor’s Association of Washington (LSAW). She is the first woman in the state to receive the honor. Askren, a supervisor in the county’s Public...

 By Department Of Natural Resources    News    May 4, 2012

Goldmark’s request helps cash-strapped counties

OLYMPIA – The budget signed by Governor Christine Gregoire on May 2, 2012, includes $10 million dollars to 20 timber counties in Washington State. Checks will soon be distributed to the counties. “I am grateful to the legislature and the...