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Articles published Mon, Oct 11, 2010

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First Heritage Bank launches small business resources website

First Heritage Bank golf tournament raises $6,710 for local charities

First Heritage Bank hosted its First Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Snohomish Golf Course on September 10th, 2010.

EverTrust Foundation donates $16,000

EverTrust Foundation again demonstrates its caring for the Everett/Snohomish County community with a $16,000 donation to Bethany of the Northwest Foundation’s Dignity Project. 

Bring color into your home

Boondockers Cafe announces new Pakistani, Curry menu


Council Asks State for Land to Build Public Shooting Range

County to monitor new crosswalk system for future uses


Do you Relay? Well, you should

I have to admit, asking me to ‘Relay’ makes me think of running for long periods of time against another person. Gag! That is the last thing I want to do.


Those hidden taxes are killing us

President Obama and congressional candidates are tripping over themselves trying to convince voters that they will have a tax plan to soak the rich, help the middle class and jump-start small business.


Taking the picture


YOUR|LETTERS- October 13, 2010 issue


Lights and Sirens-October 13, 2010

The police department responded to 596 incidents in the week of September 26, 2010 through October 2, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:


Homecoming brings fireworks, pageantry

Vikings beat Monroe, 42-15

L.S. Fire announces new Fire Chief

Lingenfelter steps up to head the district

Lake Stevens Food Bank enduring growing pains

After 30 years, they’re looking to move

Stories of cancer come in all forms, one woman’s story

Family Safe Downtown Halloween planned for Lake Stevens

The Lake Stevens Family Center will sponsor the annual “Family Safe Downtown Halloween” on Sunday, Oct. 31.


Spiritual Sight


Local swimmer swims Lake Washington for breast cancer

On a beautiful September morning in the Pacific Northwest, 208 swimmers gathered in the dark to swim in Lake Washington for the second annual Swim Across America, Seattle event.