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 News    September 30, 2011

Exercise 'Reliant Defense' Trains Terror Response

EVERETT, Wash. - Naval Station Everett will be conducting exercise 'Reliant Defense' on Wednesday, Oct. 5. The exercise will simulate a terrorist attack on the installation and is designed to enhance the training of Navy personnel by practicing...

 By Washington State Department Of Transportation    News    September 30, 2011

WSDOT website, 511 information line unavailable Saturday night

OLYMPIA – Even websites and phone lines need to get ready for fall and winter storms. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) website, which more than 75,000 people per day visit in the summer months, will get a second...

 News    September 30, 2011


Olympia - The Washington State Redistricting Commission will hear public comment on the commissioners' draft legislative and congressional redistricting plans, following their regular meeting in Olympia on Tuesday, Oct. 11. The draft plans were...

 News    September 30, 2011

Reardon’s budget protects services without raising taxes

Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon presented his 2012 proposed budget Friday, offering a fiscally responsible and balanced approach to protecting quality of life without tax increases. “We have not raised general fund property taxes in...

 News    September 30, 2011

Poettry Slam coming ot Marysville

Saturday evening, October 8th, at 7:30, slam legend and Lake Stevens resident Jack McCarthy and the Evergreen Coffeehouse in Marysville will host eight of the finest slam poets in the Northwest in the 6th Evergreen Invitational Poetry Slam, a...

 By Washington State Department Of Transportation    News    September 30, 2011

Coupeville raises the bar for small-town trip reduction

COUPEVILLE – It was a bold step for a small town: At a time when budgets were never leaner, Coupeville decided to go greener. A year after launching an initiative to reduce vehicle trips and...

 By Washington State Department Of Transportation    News    September 30, 2011

Construction continues on I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass through fall

HYAK – Crews are trying to get as many highway improvements done on I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass before the snow falls. Drivers need to plan for added travel time next week due to rock blasting and single lane closures on Interstate 90 east of...