Articles published Thu, Jan 21, 2010
“All in a day’s work”
Adventures in Motherhood
Cantwell Statement on Obama’s Plan to Reduce Banks’ Excessive Financial Risk-Taking
Today, Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) issued the following statement on the release of President Obama’s financial regulatory reform proposal:
Cantwell, Washington Delegation Members Express Concern Over NOAA’s Haste to Move Puget Sound Port
Letter lays out legal steps required prior to relocating Pacific fleet
Sen. Roach introduces the “Light of Day Act” to make government more transparent
Olympia … State Sen. Pam Roach, R- rural Auburn, has introduced legislation that would require state agencies to provide public records to the public at computer terminals.
State Library faces cuts
A big round of spending cuts is coming to the Washington State Library, and agency leaders said it means 31 lost jobs and elimination of work to preserve many of the state's oldest historic documents.
Archives’ “Ruddell Riddle” event moving to new location
Larger-than-expected crowd forces move to “GA” Building
Initial Funding Plan Delivered to Legislature
Quality Education Council urges no more cuts to K-12 education
Sen. Murray, Sec. Solis Announce Clean Energy Recovery Funding to Train 4,700 Washington State Workers
Recovery Act grant will help veterans, other WA state workers get the training and skills they need to succeed in the growing clean energy economy
JOBS HEARING: Senator Murray, Washington State Employment Center Director to Examine Efforts to Create and Save Washington Jobs
At hearing designed to help formulate upcoming jobs package, Murray and CEO of the Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County will discuss what has worked in Washington state and what more can be done
February 9, 2010 Special Election features local ballot measures for school districts and library district.
Snohomish County Auditor’s Office
Volunteers needed for annual homeless count
Volunteers are needed for the annual Point In Time homeless count, which will be conducted Thursday, Jan. 28.
Sen. Roach's "Alexis Stuth Act" receives public hearing on January 21st
Sen. Pam Roach (R- rural Auburn) has introduced two pieces of legislation regarding child welfare and the Child Protective Services.
House passes Jobs Act of 2010
38,000 construction jobs to fix public schools and universities
Hope testifies on bill to restrict bail provisions
44th District lawmaker also serves as Seattle police officer
Murray Applauds Release of Emergency LIHEAP Energy Funding to Washington State
$7M in contingency funding for WA state will help families heat their homes this winter
County human resources employees honored for work
Snohomish County Human Resources employees have recently been honored for their work and community involvement.
JOBS: Senator Murray, Washington State Employment Center Director Examine Efforts to Create and Save Washington Jobs
As Senate puts together job-creation bill, Murray stresses the importance of creating “career pathways” to give workers the skills they need to succeed
The Toilet Whisperer
LAURA ON LIFE
VILLAGE THEATRE PIED PIPER PRESENTS STELLALUNA
Village Theatre Pied Piper presents the Stellaluna, produced by King Cole Theatricals from Toronto, on Saturday, February 6 at 2:00 PM.
Lake Stevens School District announces calendar reminders