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Articles published Mon, Dec 7, 2009

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Sno-Isle Libraries receives 24th consecutive clean audit


The US Naval Sea Cadets have joined forces with the United States Toys for Toys Marine Corp Foundation to collect toys for deserving children throughout South Snohomish County

US Naval Sea Cadets join forces with Toys for Tots to collect and distribute toys South of Smokey Point to Lynnwood

Man arrested in shooting death of older brother

A 47-year Arlington man was arrested during the weekend for shooting and killing his older brother following an argument on the property they shared with other family members.

Adult son arrested in death of elderly father

Detectives believe a physical argument between an adult son and his elderly father late last month led to the man’s death early this month.

New NW Power Plan: Conserve More & Clean It Up

A vote may come this week on the Sixth Northwest Power Plan, the document that will set the energy agenda for the four Northwest states over the next 20 years. Drafted by the Northwest Power and Conservation Council, its provisions identify major targets for greater energy efficiency and recommend less use of coal-fired power - policies that please conservation groups like the Sierra Club.


We need to get our priorities straight


Disorganization affects your bottom line

According to author Mary Anne Lessley, when someone must search 15 minutes/day for an important document or possession they lose 11 eight-hour days per year.


Dealing With Brothers

Laura on Life


Your | Letters


Inside look at Irving Berlin's White Christmas


Lake Stevens rings in the holiday season

Celebrations of Christmas throughout the city

Snohomish man plunges car into Lake Stevens

Traffic backed up around the lake

Snohomish County announces five new H1N1-related deaths

High risk people are urged to get vaccinated

Jingle Bell Jog to benefit Wood family

Reardon seeking members for county boards/commissions

Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon is seeking new members to fill openings on several of the county’s boards and commissions.


Former Viking champ wrestling at the highest level at Oregon State

Viking boys win basketball opener vs. Shorewood 57-43