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Articles published Mon, Jan 17, 2011

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WA Faculty: New Higher Ed Funding Ideas "Unrealistic"

The recommendations of a 16-member Higher Education Funding Task Force are in, and Gov. Christine Gregoire is asking the Legislature to adopt them. But the chief spokesman for faculty members at Washington's six publicly funded four-year institutions says the panel's plans are unrealistic.


Arizona shooting brings mental health to the forefront once again

Many point the finger at right-wing conservatives and the Tea Party movement in particular while still others speculate he was a left-wing radical. Some even go so far as to blame Sarah Palin for the tragic shooting rampage which killed six people and wounded 14 others, including U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords.


Weathering the pension-debt storm



YOUR|LETTERS - January 19th 2011 issue



Dreams do come true, just ask Evan Steinruck

Lake Stevens grad made it to the Holiday Bowl

Lake Stevens Rotary invites you to see what they have to offer

Ever wonder what Rotary International is all about?

Hope receives committee assignments

Rep. Hope outlines 2011 legislative agenda

Lake Stevens Fire partners with Fire District 17

The New Year brought in a new opportunity for Lake Stevens Fire. Effective January 1, 2011 Lake Stevens Fire (LSF) has signed a contract with Fire District 17 in Granite Falls in regards to Public Education.

Rotary Club members distribute Bikes for Tykes

Emergency Preparedness Open House announced

Prepare your child for kindergarten

Is your child READY to be successful in Kindergarten?

PUD offers resources to help those struggling with bills


Keeping the Faith

Reboot and Reload; A New Year Is Upon Us


Viking boys win at Cascade 46-42

Lake Stevens boys won their third straight game against Wesco South opponents, winning at Cascade 46-42 on January 11.

Vikings take dual against Moses Lake

Number one ranked Lake Stevens Wrestling Team met the third ranked Chiefs of Moses Lake at Cavelero Mid High last Friday evening.