Articles published Mon, Oct 4, 2010
Red Cross Offers Pet First Aid Classes
Investors Wary: "Toxic Chemicals Threaten an Economy Already Sickened from Toxic Assets"
Toxic assets may have sickened the economy, but now some major investors say real-world toxic chemicals could hamper an already painfully slow recovery.
WA Gets Advice from Colorado on Pop & Candy Tax
As Washington voters consider whether to allow soft drinks, candy and bottled water to be taxed, they can look to Colorado for guidance. That state was in the same situation and decided to allow the tax this year.
Report: Foundation Investments Pay Off in WA Nonprofits
Nonprofit groups can have a tough time raising money in any economy, but a new report says they're worth every penny of the donation dollars they receive from charitable foundations for the causes they support.
Lake Stevens is not immune to the consequences of prescription drugs
Lake Stevens has been given a big wakeup call when it comes to the recreational use of prescription drugs, especially by our teens.
In praise of the R&D tax credit
Things haven’t been looking good for our economy—or how Americans view the President’s handling of it.
Laura on Life
Laura on Life
YOUR | LETTERS October 6 issue
Lights and Sirens
The police department responded to 537 incidents in the week of September 19, 2010 through September 25, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
SINGLE TICKET ON SALE DATES ANNOUNCED FOR THE BRIGHT, INSPIRING CLASSIC, ANNE OF GREEN GABLES
Disney on Ice at Comcast Arena Celebrates the holidays
STOMP The Smash Hit Returns To STG's Paramount Theatre With New Surprises
Local Relay for Life holds first annual kick-off
Teams forming for upcoming event
The Ike Special:Vikings’ on-field actions inspire a nation
Glenwood students receive a web of excitement
The Penta Web has landed! Multiple years of fundraising has paid off for the students at Glenwood Elementary.
Young local fisherman wins big at Coho Derby
Wins trip to Alaska and catches 10 pound fish
Brown receives Eagle Scout award
Good News for Drunks, Dunces, and Dumbos
Turnovers, Arlington’s big play deal Vikings 36-28 loss
Tyler Reside’s parents were part of a solemn pregame ceremony at Lake last Friday night, honoring the tragically fallen Viking of last year’s team.
Lake Stevens waterskier hosts event for kids with special needs on private lake
Jill Knutson, Lake Stevens’ professional waterskier has been skiing local lakes for years. Now she is giving back to the community that has been supporting her.