Articles published Tue, Sep 8, 2009
“Dangerous” Company on Washington Roads
If you were one of the estimated 30 million Americans who spent part of the long weekend on the nation's highways, a new report says you had some unwelcome and dangerous company.
WA Labor Day: Holding Hands
Holding hands is on the agenda for Labor Day for about 3,000 people in Washington and Oregon. They will hold hands today while standing on the Interstate Bridge connecting the states.
Seattle FBI investigating radio towers knocked down in unincorporated Snohomish
The Lake Stevens Journal has more to offer than a weekly newspaper
As many of you have noticed, the Lake Stevens Journal has a new and improved website. Not only do we offer you the weekly information you read inside of our pages, but we also offer breaking news and loads of county and state information.
Public option will lower private health insurance premiums...to zero
Responding to the concern that setting up a government-run public option insurance plan would inject politics into American health care, public option backers are saying, “Right. And that’s a good thing.”
September 9, 2009
CHASING NICOLETTE: UNIQUE NEW MUSICAL OPENS SEASON WITH BIG LAUGHS
Everett and Issaquah, WA – Village Theatre produces the West Coast Premiere of CHASING NICOLETTE, a hilarious yet touching new musical that charts the love between a Christian count and a Muslim princess.
Local community unites to keep swine flu to a minimum
L.S., G.F. schools, health organizations prepare for swine flu outbreak
VIKING DEFENSE HOLDS OFF MARINER IN SEASON OPENER, 18-14
Lake's undersized and inexperienced defensive line stepped up to shut out Mariner's offense in the final three quarters to allow the Vikings to post an 18-14 win in the latter's season and home opener on September 4.