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Pacific Salmon Restoration Program Included by Murray Passes Full Senate

Murray works to save the Pacific Salmon Recovery Fund by including $80 million in Senate bill after House of Representatives eliminates program

House Health Care Vote: In WA, Who's on Board?

Today is a "Day of Action" for union members around the country to push for U.S. House approval of HR 3962, the "Affordable Health Care for America Act." The House version of health care reform may come up for a vote as early as Friday.

Whatcom County Law Enforcement Funding Passes Full Senate

Funding will help offset increased law enforcement costs associated with 2010 Olympics, improve data integration and support border-related prosecutions

Northwest Straits Conservation Funding Passes Full Senate

Today, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) announced that the $1.6 million she included in a 2010 spending bill for the Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Initiative has passed the full Senate.

Funding for Washington State Meth Prevention Passes Full Senate

Funding will support Washington state methamphetamine prevention efforts, National Center based in Pierce County

Get the Jump on Winter Storms!

PUD Offers Tips to Weather the Stormy Season

Local officials and the community help dedicate the SR 529 Yellow Ribbon Highway in Everett

Highway renamed to honor active service men and women

Senator Murray, Representatives Yarmuth, Polis Introduce Landmark Federal Literacy Bill

New bill will create a comprehensive federal program to support literacy instruction in states; comes at a time when literacy funding is limited by state budget shortfalls

MISSING HIKER

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an overdue hiker on November 03, 2009 at 12:29 AM

Murray Applauds Passage of Homebuyer’s Tax Credit, Unemployment Benefits Extension

Benefits will help up to 18,000 Washington state families; provide a strong boost to the housing market

All November H1N1 clinics cancelled

Vaccine redirected to local doctors’ offices

lauraonlife

Video Game Virus

A warning to new parents: Once you allow the video game virus to enter your house, it will never, ever leave. In fact, it will become the main focus of your household, from dad to the youngest child, for the rest of your days.

localentertainment

Beautiful Me

Seattle Theatre Group (STG) presents Beautiful Me by internationally renown South African choreographer and dancer Gregory Maqoma/Vuyani Dance Theatre on Friday, November 13 and Saturday, November 14 at 8:00pm at Falls Theatre at ACT.

Annual production of A Christmas Carol

November 27-December 27.

military-news

Navy Child Development Center gets extension

Providing you with an update on Naval Station Everett