Articles published Fri, Aug 28, 2009
Attorney General and Auditor team up to address Open Government issues
State Attorney General Rob McKenna and state auditor Brian Sonntag are teaming up once again to increase access to government information through public records and open public meetings.
SNO-ISLE LIBRARIES BOARD SEEKS NEW TRUSTEE
Snohomish County residents with a desire to serve public libraries are encouraged to apply for a vacancy on the Sno-Isle Libraries Board of Trustees
PUD’s Fridge & Freezer Recycling a Huge Hit with Customers
Save Energy, Help the Environment, Get Cash
Mentoring Program Receives $500,000 from American Recovery Act
Volunteers of America Western Washington is excited to announce that its Mentoring Children of Promise (MCP) program has received a $500,000 grant from the American Recovery Act awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP).
Reforest Forests Not Farmlands
When Congress reconvenes next month, lawmakers will consider costly climate change legislation that includes a massive tree planting program.
County, soccer superstars to open new Fairfield Park
Soccer superstars Fredy Montero and Osvaldo Alonso will help Snohomish County officially open its new Fairfield County Park, home to nine of the best soccer fields in the county, this Sunday at 2 p.m.
Red Curtain Productions presents “Steel Magnolias” at the Historic Everett Theatre Sept. 11-27
The ladies who frequent Truvy's hair salon in Chinquapin Parish, Louisiana, are best friends, mothers and daughters, lifelong rivals and newcomers. Together, the six women learn to cope with empty nests, distant husbands, new beginnings and sad endings in "Steel Magnolias," presented September 11-27 by Red Curtain Productions at the Historic Everett Theatre.
Lake Stevens teachers take strike vote / news update
Lake Stevens teachers take strike vote