Articles published Mon, Jul 13, 2009
Tobacco: The Toughest Enemy of All?
Defense Dept. Considers Smoke-Free Military
Washington Launches Online Resource for Olympics-Bound Travelers
Web page offers travel tips, information on border crossing and attractions
Summer Programs Keep WA Kids Sharp, Safe
"I'm bored!" It's the battle cry of kids everywhere during the summer. Experts say the answer is not more television or video games, though, but activities that will stimulate children's brains and bodies.
Larsen Joins Senator Murray, Local Veterans, to Celebrate Opening of New Veterans Clinic for Northwest Washington
Culmination of years of work by Murray, Larsen, local veterans
High demand for Enhanced Driver Licenses is creating long waits in some offices
Department of Licensing (DOL) customers seeking an Enhanced Driver License or ID Card (EDL) within the next few months should come early and come prepared as high demand for the EDL is greatly increasing wait times in many offices.
Divers search for missing woman in Lake Stevens
Respected Wells Fargo bank manager’s body recovered Sunday afternoon
American Legion installs new officers
American Legion Post 181 installed its officers for the 2009-2010 year at their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday July 9.
Walling celebrates 101 years with local seniors and family
Family and friends gather to sing Happy Birthday
EMS calls on the rise, reports Fire District 17
Snohomish County Fire Protection District 17 released its annual Alarm Summary Report for 2008.
City of Lake Stevens receives WellCity Award
The City of Lake Stevens was honored with the WellCity Award by the Association of Washington Cities (AWC).