Articles published Fri, Apr 20, 2012
Tips for safer online shopping
An estimated 1.7 million households were victims of ID theft from online purchases according to a consumer reports survey. Now more than ever it's important to be cautious about who do business with in cyber space.
County joins YWCA in 'Stand Against Racism,' April 27
Snohomish County employees and elected officials will join the YWCA Seattle-King-Snohomish on Friday, April 27, to take a "Stand Against Racism." The hour-long event, which begins at noon, is open to the public.
Earth Day 2012: Lots of Good Reasons to Dig in the Dirt
NWF Report Cites Benefits of Messy, Muddy Play for Kids
New Coalition Prods Puget Sound Energy to Ditch Coal Power
Puget Sound Energy supplies power to 11 Washington counties - and although it has made some headway as a clean energy leader, almost one-third of PSE's electrical output still comes from the Colstrip Generating Facility, a coal-fired power plant in eastern Montana.