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Articles from the September 27, 2010 edition

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 By Journal Staff    Sports    September 27, 2010

Vikings Junior Varsity Volleyball undefeated

The Lake Stevens High School Junior Varsity Volleyball team took first place in the Gold Division at the JV Tournament at Mariner High School on Sept. 18. They had a record of six wins for the day....

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    September 27, 2010

Taylor appointed new Granite Falls Police Chief

Sgt. Dennis Taylor in his office at the Granite Falls Police Department. Experience and energy are two key factors that new Granite Falls Police Chief Dennis Taylor brings to his recently appointed...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    September 27, 2010

Scholarship fundraiser in memory of Cindy Tate

There are many individuals that we have known that we honor and remember for the contributions and legacies they have left behind in Lake Stevens. Familiar names such as Whitsell, Morgan, Clough,...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    September 27, 2010

Police Chief Domish and City agree on settlement terms

Former Granite Falls Police Chief Tony Domish settles with the city. After months of negotiating, the City of Granite Falls has reached a settlement agreement with Police Chief Tony Domish. Domish...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    September 27, 2010

Lake Stevens Police looking for information in car arsons

Car arsons took place on three seperate occasions in Lake Stevens. In the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept. 12, a 1995 Volvo station wagon was set ablaze at a home near the 3300 block of Lake...

 
 News    September 27, 2010

Lake Stevens football loses alumni, friend

Tyler Reside, a 2010 Lake Stevens High School graduate and standout Viking athlete, passed away unexpectedly Sunday at his Lake Stevens home. Tyler’s father Jim Reside provided the following...

 
 Opinions    September 27, 2010

Your Letters|September-29-2010

Kudos to the city for safety improvements at Davies Rd. and South Lake Dear Editor, I was pleased to read the recent story about the improvements being made at the intersection of South Lake Road and Davies Road. As many will probably agree,...

 
 By Chris Thomas    News    September 27, 2010

Statewide "Day of Action" Targets WA Coal Plant Emissions

LACEY, Wash. - On Tuesday evening, the Washington Department of Ecology holds a public hearing at its office in Lacey about air pollution in the form of haze. A main source of the haze-producing nitrogen oxide pollution (NOX) is the state's only coal...

 
 By Paul Guppy    Opinions    September 27, 2010

Expiring Bush tax cuts will hit Washingtonians hard

How would you like to do nothing and receive $2.8 trillion? That is what Congress is on course to do on December 31st. On that date the tax cuts enacted under President Bush expire, and federal tax rates will immediately revert to the level they...

 
 By Monika Kristofferson    Columns    September 27, 2010

Clutter

Walk into any room that is packed with stuff, with clutter, and it can stop you in your tracks. It can leave you feeling overwhelmed, frozen and like you can’t breathe. As a professional organizer, I see it all the time, busy people who have ac...

 
 By Pam Stevens    Opinions    September 27, 2010

Mental illness affects the lives of family and society

Watching the news last Thursday night was saddening to say the least. Hearing the report on the grandmother who shot and killed her son-in-law, two teenage granddaughters and then turned the gun on...