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Articles from the September 8, 2009 edition

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 Sports    September 8, 2009


Photo by Rob Carlson/ Mariner quarter back Jordan Garneau is gang tackled by five Lake Stevens defenders. The Vikings defeated the Marauders 18-14 last Friday night in their...

 News    September 8, 2009

Local community unites to keep swine flu to a minimum

Now that a teacherís strike has been averted and the kids are back in school, parents have one more thing to worry about. It has been estimated that 50 percent of Americans could contract some form...

 Entertainment    September 8, 2009


Everett and Issaquah, WA – Village Theatre produces the West Coast Premiere of CHASING NICOLETTE, a hilarious yet touching new musical that charts the love between a Christian count and a Muslim...

 Opinions    September 8, 2009


DOT should plan highway project better Dear Editor, On behalf of the neighbors south of Frontier Village, I would like to thank the DOT and President Obama (his stimulus package for infrastructure) for starting their little construction project on a...

 By Mike Clifford    News    September 8, 2009

“Dangerous” Company on Washington Roads

SEATTLE - If you were one of the estimated 30 million Americans who spent part of the long weekend on the nation's highways, a new report says you had some unwelcome and dangerous company. An American Association of Justice (AAJ) analysis of...

 By Paul Guppy    Opinions    September 8, 2009

Public option will lower private health insurance zero

Responding to the concern that setting up a government-run public option insurance plan would inject politics into American health care, public option backers are saying, “Right. And that’s a good thing.” A recent Washington Post article report...

 By Pam Stevens    Opinions    September 8, 2009

The Lake Stevens Journal has more to offer than a weekly newspaper

As many of you have noticed, the Lake Stevens Journal has a new and improved website. Not only do we offer you the weekly information you read inside of our pages, but we also offer breaking news and...

 By Mike Clifford    News    September 8, 2009

WA Labor Day: Holding Hands

VANCOUVER, Wash. - Holding hands is on the agenda for Labor Day for about 3,000 people in Washington and Oregon. They will hold hands today while standing on the Interstate Bridge connecting the states. "Hands Across the Bridge" is intended to show...

 News    September 8, 2009

Seattle FBI investigating radio towers knocked down in unincorporated Snohomish

The Sheriff’s Office is assisting the Seattle office of the FBI in the investigation of two radio towers that were toppled earlier this morning near the 13400 block of Short School Road in unincorporated Snohomish. Neighbors called 911 shortly...