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Articles published Mon, May 24, 2010

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Aquafest Children’s Parade

This is the year to be part of the Children’s Parade during Aquafest weekend. 


Training requires early closure at county disposal facilities

Snohomish County Solid Waste facilities in Everett, Mountlake Terrace and Arlington will close early on June 2-4 for ongoing staff training

OIL SPILL: Murray Joins Letter Calling for Federal Investigation of Suspicious Transocean Money Transfers

Today, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) joined in a letter from 18 U.S Senators to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder asking that the Department of Justice look into Transocean’s financial transactions following reports that the company intends to distribute $1 billion to private shareholders.

More WA Job-Hunters Get Unemployment Checks – But Not All

WA Man Wins National Conservation Award

Billy Frank, Jr. Reflects on 50 Years of Activism


Just Because You Can...

Laura on Life


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Letters for May 26th issue





Mudsharks clean local beaches, boat launches

Divers from the Mudsharks cleaned-up the bottom of the lake at each of the five beaches bringing up cell phones, beer cans, toys and other garbage that has been tossed in the Lake by those using lake.

Vacant building went up in flames in Lake Stevens

Smoke could be seen across the lake last Wednesday, May 19 as firefighters fought a fire that had taken over an abandoned church building on the 2200 block of 88th St. SE, just inside of the Lake Stevens city limits.

Beloved Highland principal dies after courageous battle with cancer

Spierling remembered for her love of reading, children and family

Brooks receives Lion of the Year honors

As the Lake Stevens Lions Club celebrated their 50th anniversary of service here in Lake Stevens, the Club chose to recognize Steve Brooks as this year’s Lion of the Year; his selection came easy to the committee due to his endless hours of commitment he makes to the club, both locally and to the organizations charter.

Skyline students attend Math Olympiad competition

On May 1, 2010, 21 students from Skyline Elementary competed in Seattle at the Math Olympiad competition.