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Articles from the November 30, 2010 edition

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 By Mike Clifford    News    November 30, 2010

Almost Three Thousand WA Kids Need “Forever Family”

SEATTLE - With this week's observance of National Adoption Day, thousands of Washington State children have an early holiday wish: They want a family. Nearly 3,000 Evergreen State children are lingering in the foster care system waiting for what...

 
 By Ronnie Mcbrayer    Columns    November 30, 2010

Keeping the Faith

W. Ann Reynolds once said, “Anyone who says you cannot see a thought simply doesn’t know art.” For those creative persons who have ever held a brush, camera, pencil, or script in their hand, they know this to be true. Poets,...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    November 30, 2010

Representative Mike Hope to run for Snohomish County Executive

State Representative Mike Hope during legislative session. Hope will be running for Snohomish County Executive. State Representative Mike Hope filed paperwork on Monday with the Public Disclosure...

 
 By Kelcey Hatch    News    November 30, 2010

Miller competes in Ironman championships

Lottie Miller competing in one of many ironman events. Local woman Lottie Miller competed in the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Clearwater, Florida on November 13. In August, Miller competed in...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    November 30, 2010

LSHS adopts families with annual food drive

Lake Stevens High School is having it’s Adopt-A-Family Food Drive from Tuesday, Nov. 30 to Thursday, Dec. 16. Last year, the Adopt-A-Family Food Drive raised nearly 30,000 food items for the Food Bank and the support of the community was...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    November 30, 2010

Lake Stevens families enjoy Thanksgiving with the help of local Kiwanis Club

Kiwanis President Marci Miller and Lake Stevens High School Key Club member loading up with groceries from Jay’s Market. Miller along with several other Kiwanians delivered Thanksgiving meals...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    November 30, 2010

G.F. Lions Club train damaged, Lions need community’s help

The Granite Falls Lions Club train is an icon in Granite Falls. It can be seen at every community event moving people from place to place, sharing rides with kids and even making its way through the...

 
 Lights & Sirens    November 30, 2010

LIGHTS AND SIRENS

2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts: Stolen Vehicle Recovery, 11/15/10, 10600 S Lake Stevens Road A 22-year-old female was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle. While investigating a theft complaint,...

 
 Opinions    November 30, 2010

Letters to the Editor December 1, 2010

Let’s find the right space and location for a new food bank Dear Editor, In response to the letter published regarding the Food Bank needs in Lake Stevens, we all know a new larger location is needed for the local food bank. But Eagle Ridge...

 
 By Dr. Roger Stark    Opinions    November 30, 2010

Accountable Care Organizations:

Buried within the 2,700 pages of the new federal health care law is one of the important mechanisms government officials will use to centrally plan and control our health care system – the accountable care organization (ACO). The law states...

 
 By Pam Stevens    Opinions    November 30, 2010

Did Black Friday live up to its name?

It’s common knowledge that Black Friday got its name because it is the day that retailers start to turn a profit, or become “in the black”. But even before that the name was known...

 
 By Jeff Switzer, Wsdot Communications    News    November 30, 2010

SR 520 workgroup to discuss transit planning and arboretum mitigation plan

SEATTLE – A workgroup focused on State Route 520 meets Dec. 1 to discuss transit planning and financing, and a Washington Park Arboretum mitigation plan, as part of the state’s effort to rebuild the highway and improve travel times...