Articles published Mon, Oct 26, 2009
The City of L.S. receives another clean audit report
On October 20, 2009, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a missing person.
GOVERNING’ honors Reed as a national public official of the year
Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed, whose public-service career spans more than 30 years in a county and state government, has been selected by GOVERNING magazine and online service as one of America’s top officials of the year.
A Prime Time Effort to Recruit Volunteers
WA Residents Encouraged to "Create The Good
Library levy is needed for local communities
My daughter and two-year old grandson Ari used to go to Seattle regularly to visit the zoo. The current economy has changed that. Now, their destination is the library – for toddler storytimes, children’s books, or free DVDs.
Creativity in Olympia can lead to meaningful education and lower health care costs for you
While I don’t support government-run plans, I do think there are solutions for decreasing costs and increasing access.
YOUR | LETTERS
October 28, 2009 letters
No Tricks, It’s a 2-for-1 Treat!
5th Announces One-Day Sale for October 31st Performances for Joseph
LSHS football game celebration
‘Honoring the Past and Celebrating the Future’
G.F. Library holds Candidate Forum
Big changes could be in store for the future of this small town
Autumnfest celebration at LSHS
GFSD announces late start days
Local orthodontist buying back Halloween candy
L.S. Postal workers retiring after two decades
Roundabout circling Lake Stevens
Lundeen Parkway, Vernon Road and Lake Drive converge
Injury depleted Vikings lose at Oak Harbor 28-14
Face Snohomish on with second place at stake