Articles published Mon, Sep 20, 2010
Moving "Green Lighting" Beyond Compact Fluorescents
Think green these days and the light bulb that comes on is increasingly a swirly CFL.
Mortgage Delinquencies: Less Stigma, More Walk-Aways?
At least one in five homeowners owes more on their mortgage than their home is worth, and an increasing number think it's okay to walk away from that mortgage.
Study: Community Clinics can be Drivers for Jobs, Growth
Economy Makes Community Health Centers Critical to WA
It’s time to cut the budget – shouldn’t this have been done earlier?
JOURNAL | EDITORIAL
Washington students would benefit from charter schools
In the competition for $3.4 billion in education grants under President Obama’s Race to the Top, Washington is near the bottom. We ranked 32nd out of the 36 states that applied.
And it was Good
YOUR | LETTERS-September 22, 2010
Lights and Sirens-September 22, 2010
The police department responded to 518 incidents in the week of September 5, 2010 through September 11, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Lake Stevens Fire District loses its Fire Chief
Faucett terminated after five years of service
Relay For Life introduces committee
The non-profit American Cancer Society’s signature event the Relay for Life is coming to Lake Stevens for the first time, May 14 and 15, 2011.
Former L.S. Councilmember Blackwell passes away at age 80
Local Cub Scouts collect donations for Food Bank
Local Rotarians visit Guatemala to provide health care
Vikings christen new stadium with comeback 37-30 win vs. Inglemoor
Lake Stevens Vikings christened their brand new, state of the art stadium last Friday night with a game as impressive and exciting as the occasion, treating a buzzed, packed house to a 37-30 comeback win against Inglemoor.