Articles published Mon, Apr 19, 2010
General Aviation Day comes to Paine Field, May 15
Once again, Snohomish County’s Paine Field will be the site of the 15th annual General Aviation Day, scheduled for Saturday, May 15.
Poll Says Financial Reform Is Crucial
Financial reform now being debated in Congress is hugely important to people in Washington State and around the nation, and vital to bolstering confidence in the economy, according to a poll released by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
Our state has a lot riding on the 787
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Your Letters for April 21 issue
Lake Stevens Police Beat - April 21
The police department responded to 722 incidents in the week of April 4, 2010 through April 10, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
‘RAISE THE PADDLE’ FOR NEW MUSICALS, THE BRUCE AND JOLENE McCAW FAMILY FOUNDATION PLEDGES TO MATCH UP TO $50,000
Funds Support New Works Program That Developed Pulitzer Prize Winner NEXT TO NORMAL
County dedicates community park, ball fields
G.F. man arrested, jailed for shooting death of girlfriend
Local sisters invited to prestigious iPOP
Brianna and Kalla Hill are both students at Hillcrest Elementary, they seem like normal nine and ten year olds.
Local police settle lawsuit by mom alleging wrongful arrest
Suit was a “waste of time”
Teen arrested in plot to kill Snohomish County deputies
Allegedly, McConnachie was planning an attack similar to the Parkland police shootings that killed four Lakewood police officers last fall.
“A Caring Community” pancake breakfast
Local Junior hockey players taking league by storm
Amidst the Silvertips hype a group of local teenagers are taking the Junior Hockey League by storm.