Articles published Mon, Jun 14, 2010
County, Senior Services increase veteran, senior housing
nohomish County is partnering with Senior Services of Snohomish County to provide 40 affordable housing units to seniors, veterans and their families.
WA Voters Face a Plethora of Petitions, Choices
OLYMPIA, Wash. - More than 70 initiatives have been filed with the Washington Secretary of State's office and, in order to make it onto the primary election ballot in August, their supporters have until July 2 to gather at least 241,153 signatures of registered voters. So, the petition-signing process is in full swing.
Cantwell, Murray Applaud $7 Million in Funding for WA Energy Efficiency Projects
Funding will help reduce consumer costs, overall energy use
New rules strengthen county’s clean water regulations
Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon will sign recently passed ordinances that further protect water quality and drinking-water supplies.
Public employee pensions: a ticking time bomb
Most people know that our $13 trillion national debt is endangering America’s credit rating and pushing the United States closer to bankruptcy.
Self-Defense for Moms
All the nasty news reports about women and children being abducted and killed prompted me to enroll my daughter and I in a self-defense class.
Your Letters - June 23, 2010
Memphis Takes the Tonys !
5th Avenue co-production from last season wins prestigious Broadway awards
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET’S LEVI KREIS WINS TONY FOR BEST FEATURED ACTOR
Levi Originated The Role On Village Theatre’s Mainstage
Hold onto your hats
LSHS graduates moving forward
Families learn how to stay safe and healthy
Annual fair teaches more than just fire safety
Lake Stevens supports Relay for Life
City announces road closures
National regatta will create boat launch closure
Hope honored as outspoken advocate for public safety
The Council of Metropolitan Police and Sheriffs (COMPAS) recently honored Rep. Mike Hope, R-Lake Stevens, as “Legislator of the Year” for his outspoken advocacy on behalf of public safety in his first two years in the Legislature.
Lake Stevens High School spring musical wins 5th Avenue awards
Witness in Trickler hit and run located
Van accused of the hit and run still hasn’t been found
North Cascades Crew competes at National Championship Regatta
Chad Andrews, a senior at Lake Stevens High School and North Cascades Crew rower, has qualified to compete in the Varsity Men’s Single event at Youth Nationals on June 12 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Juniors selected to go to Girls State
Three Lake Stevens students have been selected to participate at 2010 Evergreen Girls State held at Central Washington University, June 13 through 19.