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Articles published Tue, Jan 25, 2011

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Westerners versus Chinese—who raises better children?

Many have been most upset over Chua insisting that her seven-year-old daughter sit at the piano until she played her piano piece perfectly—with no mistakes whatsoever. She didn’t allow bathroom breaks or food or water.


State must spare job-generating account from budget ax

As dire as the state’s budget situation is, we must guard against doing more long-term economic damage by raiding the state’s job-creating Public Works Trust Fund.


YOUR|LETTERS for January 26th 2011 issue



Vikes continue to dominate in Wesco North wrestling

The Lake Stevens Wrestling team continued its dominance of Wesco North Thursday evening with a 68-9 victory over Monroe.

Silvertips visit local schools

Hockey players teach healthy living and an active lifestyle to kids in Lake Stevens

Emergency Preparedness places emphasis on food storage, emergency kits

Risk Watch teaches fall prevention

Prepare your child for Kindergarten

Is your child READY to be successful in Kindergarten?

Volunteers seek applications to build wheelchair access ramps

The Master Builders Care Foundation seeks applications for its 18th Annual “Rampathon” event, presented by Parr Lumber.


There’s nothing generous about forced benevolence

When is enough, enough? Senator Bernie Sanders posed the question in reference to keeping the “Bush tax cuts” in place, wondering for how long, to what extent and for whom.


Lake VBC U-14A sweeps first season power league

Lake VBC U14A kicked off their club season with straight wins at a one day Puget Sound Power League Tournament on Jan. 8, 2011 at Franklin Pierce High School in Tacoma, Wash.

Viking boys beat Mariner, Snohomish

Lake Stevens boys basketball team edged closer to clinching a berth in the forthcoming District Tournament by winning two of its three games recently.

Viking girls basketball win one, lose one

Katie Goddard scored the first basket of the night, only a few seconds into the game. By halftime the score was close, with the Vikings in the lead.