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 By Soundbite Services    News    November 1, 2012

Battleground State Nurses: Future of Medicare Depends on Election

Suggested Script: The Presidential candidates are visiting battleground states in the final days leading up to the election, and among the critical issues they're talking with voters about is the future of Medicare. Both President Obama and Governor...

 
 By Staff    News    November 1, 2012

Winter travel laws take effect Nov. 1

OLYMPIA – Drivers traveling over Washington’s mountain pass highways should carry a few extra items starting Thursday, Nov. 1. For those piloting heavy trucks, that should becomes a must. Beginning Nov. 1, state law requires commercial ve...

 
 By Soundbite Services    News    November 1, 2012

The Romney Education Record – A Lesson for Voters?

BOSTON, Mass. - Some leading Massachusetts education figures say they hope voters elsewhere will take a closer look when presidential candidate Mitt Romney says the state he served as governor from 2003 to 2007 is "number one in the nation."...

 
 By Pud    News    November 1, 2012

PUD Rebates for Efficient Appliances End Dec. 31

Everett, WA – It’s your last chance to take advantage of Snohomish PUD rebates for efficient appliances before they expire! The utility offers rebates of $50 or $100 for approved efficient clothes washers. The program runs through Dec....

 
 By Staff    News    November 1, 2012

Enrollment opens November 1 for Washington’s GET Program

OLYMPIA – Parents wanting to save for college can open a GET account beginning November 1. Over 15 years, parents and grandparents have opened more than 144,000 accounts to secure the state’s guarantee and GET’s flexible,...

 
 By Washington State Department Of Transportation    News    November 1, 2012

Crews set girders for new SR 522 Snohomish River Bridge

MONROE – The wet October weather hasn’t slowed crews widening four miles of State Route 522 near Monroe. This week they’ll reach a major milestone as they take delivery and set the first of 49 steel girders for a new 1,700-foot-long...