Articles published Mon, Nov 2, 2009
DOL reconsiders new passenger vehicle license plate plan
The Department of Licensing (DOL) has modified the plan announced last month for issuing seven-character license plates for use on passenger cars and sport-utility vehicles.
Reardon: Boeing, IAM must resume conversations
tatement from Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon on negotiations between The Boeing Company and the IAM regarding a second 787 line:
Statement from Senator Cantwell’s Office on Boeing Decision to Build a Second 787 Line in Charleston, South Carolina
Cantwell Secures Commitment from National Weather Service to Deliver New Flood Forecasting Technologies to Green River Valley
Level III Sex Offender Community Notification Meeting
WA Women Ask Senators for Strong Climate Policy
Two Alarm Early Morning Blaze Destroys Local Businesses
City of Arlington Fire Department along with Marysville Fire District, Fire Dist. 19 and North County Fire responded to a two alarm fire that broke out early this morning.
Civility, ethics and morality
Once Upon A Time...
Laura on Life
YOUR | LETTERS
November 4th 2009 Letters
The Comedy Underground Presents
The 30th Annual Seattle International Comedy Competition Saturday, November 7th at 8:00 PM
Honoring the past, celebrating the future
Lake Stevens High School stadium gets a going away gift
Longtime resident Lorna Taylor dies at age 77
The Lake Stevens Family Center’s Safe Downtown Halloween was abuzz with ghosts, goblins, ladybugs, firefighters and more.
G.F. students coordinate pre-holiday food drive
County opens new off-leash dog park at Cavalero Hill
Snohomish County celebrated the opening of its second off-leash dog area at Cavalero Hill Community Park on Monday while also beginning construction on an 8-mile segment of the Centennial Trail.
Police involved shooting kills one near Lake Stevens
LSHS graduate travels world, cooks, writes
Jeff Koehler is a writer, photographer, cook, traveler and a LSHS graduate, class of 1987.
Correction: . Mr. Grigg did attend the forum.
Vikings ride Frost’s record night vs. Snohomish into the playoffs 25-13