Articles published Mon, Jul 26, 2010
Investigators Ask Washingtonians to Speak Up about Elder Abuse
A party for thousands, a weekend to remember
Let’s just get it out there—I love Aquafest! When those carnival trailers come rolling into town the excitement for the big weekend starts growing and stays with me until the trailers roll out of town a week later.
Protecting sources means protecting the public
During the course of its investigation into the current Gulf of Mexico oil spill, The Associated Press was given information from the then-office of Mineral Management Services that was not making a lot of sense.
The Laws of Nature
Laura on Life
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PIED PIPER ANNOUNCES THE 2010-2011 PUBLIC SEASON
Step out and enjoy National Night Out in L.S.
Annual event just keeps getting bigger and better
Aquafest Celebrates 50 Years
Check out the slide show of this years Aquafest
Trophy salmon says goodbye to Alaska and hello Lake Stevens
John Nordin, a Lake Stevens resident, was fishing with a group of fellow Lake Stevens residents on the Kenai River in Kenai, Alaska last week.
Everett man running write-in campaign against Rep. Hope
Two weeks ago, John Boerger, member of the Lake Stevens School District’s Board, announced that he would no longer be running against Rep. Mike Hope, Lake Stevens, in the election for the 44th District’s State representative’s seat in this year’s campaign leaving Hope unopposed in the election.
Slave Free Snohomish County, starting with Lake Stevens
Girls fastpitch team captures NSA Western World Series
The Everett Express 10-U fastpitch softball team, a girls select team based in Lake Stevens, captured the National Softball Association (NSA) Western World Series 10-U championship on July 14 in Hillsboro, Oregon.
Fifth and sixth grade spring volleyball champs