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Articles published Mon, Mar 14, 2011

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March 2011 Chamber News

February Chamber News 2011


A New Way to Report, Research Unsafe Products

There's a new way to alert the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), and the public, about products that could be dangerous.

Legislation Aims to Improve Adult Family Homes in WA

Adult Family Homes were the subject of a Seattle Times investigation last year that people are still talking about - particularly in the State Legislature.


A scholarship for white males? It’s about time

It’s tough to be a white male in America sometimes, especially when you’re trying to get into college or get scholarships for college.


A Cave-Inn


YOUR|LETTERS March 16 2011 issue.


Lights and Sirens

The police department responded to 698 incidents in the week of February 27, 2011 through March 5, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:


American Legion’s Women’s Auxiliary hosts national President

Service, community and support of military top priorities

Cavelero Mid High’s Officer Jim Barnes - On the job

This is the first in a three part series focusing on Lake Stevens Police Officer Jim Barnes who is the resource officer at Cavelero Mid High School in the Lake Stevens School District.

Sunnycrest’s Sally Dooley named Regional Classified Employee of the Year

Hobbs sponsors Izel Thomson as legislative page

Higher education bill passes House

Glenwood students performing at Lake Stevens High PAC

How do you Relay Lake Stevens?

One of the best things about living in Lake Stevens and raising a family here is the incredible sense of community that I feel when I look at our surroundings.

Local man graduates from basic training

Hwy. 2 Trestle to be closed for repairs


“Unexplainable Christianity”


Lady Vikes place 2nd in tournament


Snohomish Valley Volleyball Club takes first in Flight

Snohomish Valley Volleyball Club's U-14 Team Fusion completed the Northwest Juniors President's Day Volleyball Tournament that was held over this past weekend.