Articles published Tue, Jan 26, 2010
NW Group Sends “Comfort for Kids” to Haiti
The needs in Haiti are many - food and water, shelter, medical supplies and sanitation - but mental health also figures into families' ability to survive after this month's earthquake.
Can a Cleaner, Greener WA Put More People to Work?
The budget crisis has taken center stage in Washington state politics, but today - on Environmental Priorities Lobby Day at the legislature - conservation groups want to convince lawmakers that a cleaner environment and energy efficiency can create jobs.
Heartbreak in Haiti brings world together
Two weeks ago life in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti changed for all of those who call it home when a 6.5 magnitude earthquake rocked the region killing over 200,000 people and leaving many homeless and orphaned.
Made in Washington – A plan to preserve, restore jobs in our state
When I hear the words “Made in Washington,” I think of the quality and craftsmanship of products and services in our state.
Letters to the Editor January 27, 2010 issue
Lights and Sirens January 27, 2010
The police department responded to 587 incidents in the week of January 10, 2010 through January 16, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Fire District opens new administration building to public
Lake Stevens sees levy dollars at work
Registered sex offender moves into G.F.
Viking band vying for Battle of the Bands title
The seventy-seven members of the Lake Stevens High School Band are favorites at football and basketball games. They consistently entertain crowds wherever they’re performing at the time.
Local church helps in Haiti relief
Viking wrestlers Wesco North dual champs
Lake Stevens High School takes third at Mat Classic
Vikings basketball beat Arlington, Monroe
USRowing selects Lake Stevens Rowing Club to host 2010 Northwest Masters Regional Championships