Articles published Mon, Sep 21, 2009
Murray Applauds Clean-Energy Transportation Recovery Funding for Everett, Wenatchee, Vancouver
Funding will create jobs, help local communities reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Legislators question policies allowing dangerous criminal, now on the lam, to go on outing to county fair
'Situation is outrageous, derelict,' they say
Work on Mountain Loop Highway Bridge #102 will cause traffic delays of up to 15 minutes
Snohomish County Bridge #102 spans the South Fork of the Stillaguamish River one-half mile northeast of Granite Falls along the Mountain Loop Highway
What’s In a Name? LWV Challenges ‘Copycat’ Group
The League of Women Voters says the name of one new political group is too close for comfort - and has asked the League of American Voters to stop using the similar name.
Little Shelter needs your help fundraising
4th Annual CASA Benefit Auction - Oct 3rd
Consumers and Businesses Sign on to PUD Energy Challenge
Save Money, Save Energy, Save 10 Percent!
Ocean Task Force Has a Big, Deep Blue Job Ahead
Washington already has a major effort underway to clean up Puget Sound, while a task force meeting around the country is charged with creating the first national policy for managing oceans.
Save Our Sound Union
Union Slough Wetlands Restoration Work Party! Sept 26th 2009
Reardon: No service cuts, no layoffs in 2010 GF budget
Attorney General McKenna joins honchos in mortgage fraud huddle
Payment-option ARMs looming threat to U.S. homeowners, officials warn
Cantwell Bill Protects Consumers from Enron-Style Market Manipulation
Legislation Would Give CFTC Stronger Authority to Thwart Manipulation in Commodity and Derivatives Markets
Northwest Washington Transportation Projects Pass Full Senate
Funding for Whatcom Smart Trips, fleet replacement will support growing regional transportation use, help grow regional economy
Superior Court Announces the Award of $3,000,674.00 Department of Justice
FY 09 Recovery Act Edward Byrne Memorial Competitive Grant Supporting Problem Solving Courts
Nominations now open for KSER Voice of the Community Award
Know someone who has made a positive impact on your community this year?
What about medical malpractice reform, Mr. President?
Week 12 - The Wallet
Painting Indian Names
Laura on Life
September 23, 2009
Vikings comeback against Stanwood
105-Yard drive earns Vikings 21-17 win for season opener
Fatal shooting kills two
Neighborhood recovers after murder/suicide
Local tween dancers show off their big talent on the small screen
Showing that small town Lake Stevens’ Got Talent
Granite Falls Police close down suspected drug house
Three taken into custody, police are expecting more arrests
LSHS Girls Soccer win 2 lose 1 in season openers
The Lake Stevens High School Girls Soccer team had their first game on Tuesday Sept. 8 against Marysville-Pilchuck High School where the Vikings led 2 to 0 (both scored by Sandra Osborne) through the first half and into the 30th minute of the second half.