Articles published Mon, Jul 6, 2009
Monday, July 13th, 2009 11:30 AM
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WA Voters: Next Election Could Sneak Up on Ya
The next primary election here in Washington is coming up August 18th, which may catch some voters by surprise.
‘Electrosmog’ is an Emerging Public Health Issue
Cell phones, wireless networks, and the developing "smart grid" utility technologies are being hailed as progress for communication and information, but the downside is an emerging public health issue.
Home Health Workers See One-Two Punch of Rising Healthcare Costs
Home healthcare workers held rallies Thursday in six cities around the state, urging people to "declare independence" from a healthcare system that isn't working.
Celebrating 25 Years of WA Wilderness
It's impossible to pick the most beautiful place in Washington, and one of the reasons is being celebrated this weekend.
WA's Clean Car Standard No Longer "Idling"
EPA's Decision Ends Multi-Year Standoff with 14 States
The changing of the American Dream
Most Americans used to dream of owning their homes, driving a fancy car or even owning their own business.
Health reform is too important to rush through without close scrutiny
President Obama wants Congress to rush health reform legislation, implying that the “crisis” means there is no time to analyze the details.
Letters to the Editor July 8, 2009
Aquafest celebrates 49 years by Rushing to the Gold
From humble beginnings to fun-filled weekend
Granite Falls breaks ground on alternate route for trucks
Community will be a safer, more quiet place
The fourth in L.S. no different than before law changes
This was the first 4th of July since the Lake Stevens City Council voted to change the fireworks law, which only allows Lake Stevens residents to set-off fireworks on the 4th of July.
LSHS entrepreneur creates handy snack carrier
Graduating Magnum Cum Laud and as Valedictorian at Lake Stevens High School and currently working on his PhD at the University of Pennsylvania is not quite enough for Kevin Galloway, a 1999 graduate from LSHS.
Tigers win Major League Championship