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Articles published Fri, Apr 13, 2012

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Biofuels or Bio-Weeds? A "Growing Risk" in NW

PULLMAN, Wash. - The term "spring planting" takes on a whole new meaning when the crop is a biofuel.

The Lake Stevens Business Network to Host Open House

The Lake Stevens Business Network is local group of professionals dedicated to growing their businesses and helping our community.

county-state

Residents asked for input on future parks planning

Snohomish County residents and community groups are invited to share their thoughts on what the county’s Parks and Recreation system should look like during the next six years.

Strawberry Festival Talent Show

MARYSVILLE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL TALENT SHOW is looking for talent for the 2012

Housing Hope offers nonprofits revenue tips

Lean economic times and the corresponding reduction in state and federal funding are forcing nonprofit organizations to look at new ways to generate revenue, and to do it on a sustainable basis.

Emergency Grant to help hundreds of laid-off workers

The US Department of Labor today announced a $1.7 million National Emergency Grant to assist 570 workers affected by the Kimberly Clark Corporation paper mill closure in Everett, Washington, which began in December 2011.

United Way of Snohomish County Generally Pleased with Budget

Legislature Maintains Investments in Kids, Seniors and Healthcare

First penguin chicks of the year get a weigh-in

A couple of Humboldt penguins have hatched, representing the first chicks of the penguin breeding season at Woodland Park Zoo. The gender of the hatchlings has not been determined.