Articles published Mon, Feb 22, 2010
Aquafest looking for promotional item bids
The 2010 Aquafest “Fabulous Fifty” promotional proposals can currently be found online at aquafest.org.
Local businesswoman awarded 2010 Aquafest Grand Marshal
WA Lawmakers on Early Learning: Promises Today, Funds Tomorrow
With all the state budget talk in Olympia, Washington's youngest residents haven't gotten much media attention, but early learning is another hot topic at the Capitol.
Cantwell Fights to Expand Work Share Program to Preserve Jobs and Keep Washingtonians Working
Bill will help keep more workers employed
Senator Murray: Credit Card Reform Law Puts Families and Main Street Ahead of Special Interests and Wall Street
(Washington, D.C.) – Today, U.S. Senator Patty Murray released the following statement on the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act, which goes into effect today:
Is Congress broken and can it be fixed
It seems as though bipartisanship is creating a Congress that is unwilling to negotiate beyond party lines and with the resignation of Senator Evan Bayh, a Democrat from Indiana, Congress may finally have to step up and recognize that things have got to change.
Laura on Life
When a girl is growing up, one of the most annoying things about her brothers is that they won’t stay out of her room.
Letters for February 24, 2010
Viking boys, girls play for district title
Both teams heading for state
Community continues to support local schools
Levies pass sustaining students’ future
Vikes place fourth at the 2010 WIAA 4A Mat Classic championships
At this year’s Mat Classic championship state tournament Lake Stevens came home with six top eight placers and a fourth place finish for the team.
Deputies arrest man after another was stopped for stolen vehicle
Dana to challenge Dunshee in 44th District House legislative race
Lake volleyball U15 girls hit circuit
Lake Volleyball Club U15 competed in their first of four Power League Tournaments on Jan. 23 and Jan. 24 in Tacoma and Kent.
Great start for Lake VBC girls
Swimmers break school records, qualify for State
Thirteen teams from Wesco 4A competed for the district title Feb. 11-13.
Every life can impact many others
The U.S. Post Office issues commemorative stamps every year which I collect because I’m a philatelist.
LSHS alum heads to Nicaragua to help
Local students medal at WSKF 2010 Invitational Tournament
Six students from the Everett-based Pacific Karate Organization earned medals at the Washington State Karate Federation 2010 Invitational Tournament and USA-NKF Qualifier held Jan. 30 at Edmonds Community College.