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Articles from the May 21, 2012 edition

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 News    May 21, 2012

JOHN KOSTER TO RUN IN SPECIAL ELECTION

JOHN KOSTER "I have repeatedly said that I was not inclined to enter this race. Nevertheless, Republicans in the district ought to have a strong option on the ballot that gives them a voice in...

 
 By Laura Snyder    Columns    May 21, 2012

Lifestyle Changes?

At first, I was good. I was very good. I picked my croutons off my salad before I ate it. I asked the waiters not to bring bread to the table. I drank water with a touch of lemon. Everyone said, “You can’t go on a diet, you have to change...

 
 By Jim Kainber    News    May 21, 2012

Steve Hobbs blasts opponents for campaign finance tricks

Lake Stevens, Wash. – Congressional candidate Steve Hobbs, D-Lake Stevens, blasted opponents Laura Ruderman, Suzan DelBene, Darcy Burner, Darshan Rauniyar, and John Koster for filing to finish former Congressman Jay Inslee’s term in the...

 
 By Washington State Department Of Natural Resources    News    May 21, 2012

State Committee on Geographic Names tables Soap Lake name change request

OLYMPIA – At its regular semi-annual meeting today, the Washington State Committee on Geographic Names tabled a proposal to change the name of Soap Lake in Grant County to Smokiam Lake. The panel also turned down a proposal to change of the nam...

 
 By Washington News Service    News    May 21, 2012

Navy's New Warship: Boon or Boondoggle?

WASHINGTON, D.C. - When the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee takes up the new defense budget on Tuesday, an issue that's sure to come up is the Navy's newest warship. Reports of serious design flaws have dogged early versions of the Littoral...