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Articles from the November 15, 2010 edition

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 By Journal Staff    Sports    November 15, 2010

Lake Stevens Viking Cross Country compete at WIAA state meet

On Saturday, Nov. 6 the Lake Stevens Boys Cross Country team, along with Ladies qualifier Cia Bywater, traveled to the WIAA 4A State Championships in Tri Cities. The Lake Stevens Boys Cross Country...

 
 By Sarah Ruiz    Sports    November 15, 2010

Lake girls Viking soccer finish season at State quarterfinals with high hopes for next year

On Saturday, Nov. 13 the Lake Stevens’ Varsity Girls soccer team played against Tahoma in the quarterfinals. After winning the previous Monday against Puyallup, the girls’ team continued o...

 
 By Journal Staff    Columns    November 15, 2010

Sanctuary Ministries church holding winter clothing drive

Sanctuary Ministries is hosting a winter clothing drive to restock its supply of gently used winter clothing, shoes and bedding which it distributes for free to anyone in the community. Donations can be made on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to...

 
 By Ronnie Mcbrayer    Columns    November 15, 2010

Keeping the Faith:

Have you ever tried to explain to a law enforcement officer that your radar detector has been stolen? I had that distinct pleasure the other morning when my wife and I discovered our automobiles had been burglarized. “Awkward” does not ev...

 
 News    November 15, 2010

Veterans honored at Lake Stevens schools

Lake Stevens’ schools were awash with red, white and blue to honor veterans and military personnel both past and present last week. All ten schools planned Veterans Day assemblies that reflected...

 
 By Dan Pate    News    November 15, 2010

Local man shares his story of triumph

Lake Stevens resident Dan Pate’s car after his terrible accident in 1991. My name is Dan Pate. Many of you may have seen me cruising downtown Lake Stevens in my wheelchair. I wanted to share my...

 
 By Wa Gets Ready For The Great American Smokeout    News    November 15, 2010

Hide the Matches, Toss the Lighters...

SEATTLE - Maybe this is the week to quit smoking. Thursday is the 35th annual American Cancer Society Great American Smokeout, and experts say you can add up to eight years to your life by quitting. In Washington state, almost 15 percent of adults...

 
 News    November 15, 2010

Lake’s own Hobbs and Hope heading back to Olympia

Election Day was two weeks ago and certification doesn’t happen until next week, however, the votes are in and both Lake Stevens incumbents in the 44th District will be returning to Olympia for...

 
 News    November 15, 2010

Journal announces early deadlines

The Lake Stevens Journal will be closed on Thursday, November 25 in celebration of Thanksgiving Day. Display advertising deadline will be Wednesday, November 24 at 3 p.m. Classified advertising deadline will be Monday, November 29 at 10...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    November 15, 2010

City adopts Snow and ice control plan

The City of Lake Stevens adopted a snow and ice control plan at the November 8 City Council meeting. A snow and ice control plan consists of the policies and intent of the City of Lake Stevens for the performance of its winter maintenance program...

 
 Opinions    November 15, 2010

Letters for November 17 issue

Speed limit change on 20th needed Dear Editor, I noticed recently that the speed limit on 20th St. SE between the Hewitt Avenue Trestle and Highway 9 has changed from 45 to 35. I’ve been living in the area for more than 10 years and 45 mph was...

 
 By Roger Stark    Opinions    November 15, 2010

Are “Death Panels” part of health care reform?

One of the most controversial issues during the debate over federal health care reform was the concept of government committees or agencies deciding who would receive health care and who wouldn’t. Those who opposed the President’s health...

 
 By Pam Stevens    Opinions    November 15, 2010

The votes are counted, now what happens?

It looks like all the votes are in and counted and while we wait for the elections to be certified and the new year to begin, it makes one wonder what exactly will be accomplished in Washington D.C....