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Articles from the June 14, 2010 edition

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 By Journal Staff    Sports    June 14, 2010

North Cascades Crew competes at National Championship Regatta

Chad Andrews rows for North Cascades Crew. Andrews is a junior at Lake Stevens High School. Chad Andrews, a senior at Lake Stevens High School and North Cascades Crew rower, has qualified to compete...

 
 By Journal Staff    Sports    June 14, 2010

Juniors selected to go to Girls State

Three Lake Stevens students have been selected to participate at 2010 Evergreen Girls State held at Central Washington University, June 13 through 19. Meaghan Hess is an experienced Lacrosse player and statewide leader in the sport, including a repre...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    June 14, 2010

Witness in Trickler hit and run located

It’s been over a year since 15-year-old Heather Trickler was killed while walking on the Highway 2 trestle. Trickler was walking with another individual from Everett to her father’s home in Lake...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    June 14, 2010

Lake Stevens High School spring musical wins 5th Avenue awards

The cast and crew of “The Mikado” brought home two awards for outstanding costume and hair. Lake Stevens High School’s Spring Musical, “The Mikado” brought home two Awards from the 5th...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    June 14, 2010

Hope honored as outspoken advocate for public safety

Rep. Mike Hope The Council of Metropolitan Police and Sheriffs (COMPAS) recently honored Rep. Mike Hope, R-Lake Stevens, as “Legislator of the Year” for his outspoken advocacy on behalf of public...

 
 News    June 14, 2010

Hold onto your hats

Lake Stevens High School 2010 gradutes celebrate their achievement by throwing their caps in the air. After graduation many of the students went on to enjoy the All Night Grad part...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    June 14, 2010

Families learn how to stay safe and healthy

Kids from the Lake Stevens community listen to a worker from Puget Sound Energy explain how energy gets to their homes. The Lake Stevens Fire District picked a great day for their annual Health &...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    June 14, 2010

City announces road closures

The Lake Stevens Rowing Club will be hosting a national rowing regatta this weekend in Lake Stevens. This is an exciting event that will bring hundreds of rowers and their families to our beautiful...

 
 By Media Contact: Michelle Sanders, Pr/communications    Entertainment    June 14, 2010

MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET’S LEVI KREIS WINS TONY FOR BEST FEATURED ACTOR

Issaquah, WA—Million Dollar Quartet’s Levi Kreis took home a Tony Award at the 64th Annual Tony Awards Ceremony last night for BEST FEATURED ACTOR IN A MUSICAL. Million Dollar Quartet was originally part of Village Theatre’s 6th Annual...

 
 By John Longenbaugh    Entertainment    June 14, 2010

Memphis Takes the Tonys !

SEATTLE, WA –Memphis, the high-octane musical about the early days of rock ‘n roll, has added to its critical reputation by receiving four Tonys at this year’s Tony Awards®: Best Musical, Best Book, Best Score, and Best Orchestration. The...

 
 By Press Office (cantwell)    News    June 14, 2010

Cantwell, Murray Applaud $7 Million in Funding for WA Energy Efficiency Projects

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Senators Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Patty Murray (D-WA) applauded more than $7 million in federal funding going to Washington state for energy efficiency and renewable energy programs. The Thurston Regional Planning Coun...

 
 Opinions    June 14, 2010

Your Letters - June 23, 2010

Sheriffs educate kids about fireworks safety Dear Editor, I would like to thank the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Department and Snohomish Police Department for sharing and caring about the children in our community. Their participation in educating...

 
 By Laura Snyder    Columns    June 14, 2010

Self-Defense for Moms

All the nasty news reports about women and children being abducted and killed prompted me to enroll my daughter and I in a self-defense class. I had supposed that we would be flipping bad guys over our backs and rendering them unconscious....

 
 By Don C Brunell    Opinions    June 14, 2010

Public employee pensions: a ticking time bomb

Most people know that our $13 trillion national debt is endangering America’s credit rating and pushing the United States closer to bankruptcy. But hidden beneath the surface is another ticking time bomb that threatens economic collapse in cities...

 
 By Chris Thomas    News    June 14, 2010

WA Voters Face a Plethora of Petitions, Choices

OLYMPIA, Wash. - More than 70 initiatives have been filed with the Washington Secretary of State's office and, in order to make it onto the primary election ballot in August, their supporters have until July 2 to gather at least 241,153 signatures...

 
 By Christopher Schwarzen    News    June 14, 2010

New rules strengthen county’s clean water regulations

Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon will sign recently passed ordinances that further protect water quality and drinking-water supplies. The new rules, adopted earlier this week by the Snohomish County Council, also increase protection to...

 
 By Christopher Schwarzen    News    June 14, 2010

County, Senior Services increase veteran, senior housing

Snohomish County is partnering with Senior Services of Snohomish County to provide 40 affordable housing units to seniors, veterans and their families. County Executive Aaron Reardon signed an ordinance Monday approving a loan guarantee for Senior...