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Articles from the November 4, 2010 edition

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 By Naval Station Everett Public Affairs    News    November 4, 2010

OSHA presents VPP Star Award to NAVSTA Everett

The U.S. Labor Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recognized Naval Station Everett as one of 30 organizations state-wide with a Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star Award. The naval station is the second in...

 
 By Cami Davis, Operations Manager    Entertainment    November 4, 2010

MUSIC FOR THE IMAGINATION!

The New Everett Philharmonic led by Dr. Paul-Elliott Cobbs plays for the entire family Who: The Everett Philharmonic Orchestra When: Sunday, November 28, 2010 at 3:00 pm Where: Everett Civic...

 
 Entertainment    November 4, 2010

Olympic Ballet Theatre performs The Nutcracker with 30 Years of Magic!

Olympic Ballet Theatre (OBT) of Edmonds, is pleased to announce the performances of our family favorite, The Nutcracker, to theatres in Everett, Edmonds and Arlington. OBT’s The Nutcracker has been a Puget Sound favorite for 30 years. Its...

 
 By Meagan Mcfadden, Wsdot Communications    News    November 4, 2010

I-90 closures and construction wrap up for the winter east of Snoqualmie Pass

HYAK – As winter takes hold in the mountains, construction crews on I-90 east of Snoqualmie Pass will wrap up work this week and take a break until next spring. Drivers will get a temporary reprieve from the nightly hour-long closures for rock...

 
 News    November 4, 2010

Comcast Community Ice Rink Joins in Fight to Feed Furry Four-legged Friends

Discounted Public Skating Rates Offered to Donors! Global Spectrum, management for the Comcast Community Ice Rink, has begun to collect pet food donations in support of the Everett Animal Shelter. Recent information sent by the Everett Animal...

 
 By Steve Pierce, Communications Director    News    November 4, 2010

47 aging bridges across the state receive money for improvements

orty-seven city and county projects across the state will receive $80.6 million in federal funds to repair or replace aging bridges. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) selected projects that will replace, remove and/or repair a...