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Articles published Mon, Feb 14, 2011

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county-state

Attorney General McKenna, Rep. Ross offer gang prevention funding solution

McKenna urges legislators to respond to a “public safety emergency”

All Things Considered? Budget Axe Hangs Over Public Media

Any of six new bills on Capitol Hill would cut federal funding for National Public Radio (NPR), the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and other public media, and Congress could vote on some of them as early as this week.

Amtrak Cascades offers new promotions, amenities

‘Bistro Bucks’ begin on Valentine’s Day; free Wi-Fi now on all trains

SR 520 pontoon project breaks ground in Aberdeen

Gov. Gregoire joins Grays Harbor to celebrate launch of construction

guest-editorial

Fixing Washington’s pension problems, stop automatic increases

Guest | Editorial

lauraonlife

An Unusual Winter Sport

letters

YOUR|LETTERS - February 16, 2011 issue

lightsandsirens

Lights and Sirens

The police department responded to 741 incidents in the week of February 6, 2011 through February 12, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:

news

Kindergarten Registration

March 10 at Elementary sites in Lake Stevens

Viking wrestlers become focus of MTV documentary

Berserkers’ life on camera

Intergenerational Valentine’s dance cultivates friendships

Young and old alike become teachers

Hope receives ‘Legislator of the Year’ award

44th District lawmaker introduces key public safety legislation, ‘Blue Alert’

Ken Collins named Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources

Rotarian leads Group Study Exchange in Ireland

religion-spiritual

Turning Point for God

school-sports

Viking girls beat Cascade, Jackson

Heading back to State

Lake Stevens Wrestlers win 4A Region 1 Championship

The Vikings captured the 2011 4A Region 1 wrestling championship on Saturday 68.5 points ahead of second place Evergreen of Vancouver, Wash.

VIKING BOYS SPLIT DISTRICT THRILLERS VS. KAMIAK & MONROE -- TRIP TO STATE ON HOLD

Lake Stevens boys, a team without a single returning starter from last season's Wesco North and District champions, last week came excruciatingly close to pulling off another trip to State.

seattle-entertainment

5th Avenue Theatre Announces 2011/12 Season

Season to include Les Misérables 25th Anniversary Tour Direct from London