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Articles from the October 28, 2011 edition

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 By Publicity Contact Gary Tucker    Entertainment    October 28, 2011


THE NORTHWEST’S FAVORITE HOLIDAY TRADITION! Music: Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky Choreography: Kent Stowell Scenic and Costume Design: Maurice Sendak Lighting Design: Randall G. Chiarelli Stowell/Sendak Premiere: December 13, 1983, PNB November…

 By Jim Miller    Columns    October 28, 2011

How to Detect and Prevent Telemarketing Scams

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend some tips to help protect seniors from telemarketing scams? My 80-year-old mother has been swindled out of several hundred dollars over the past year and keeps getting calls from scam artists. Worried Daughter Dea…

 By Ronnie Mcbrayer    Columns    October 28, 2011

Help With the Missing Pieces

I love puzzles. Crosswords, brainteasers, and search-a-words to be sure, but nothing beats an old fashioned jigsaw puzzle with about gazillion pieces spilling out of the box. Right now there is a monster-sized puzzle strewn across our family’s…

 By Marysville Police Department    News    October 28, 2011

The Marysville Police Department will be holding a public notification meeting to release information regarding a Level III Sex Offender

The Marysville Police Department will be holding a public notification meeting to release information regarding a Level III Sex Offender residing within the city limits of Marysville. Paul D. Harell…

 By Journal Staff    Entertainment    October 28, 2011

Holiday Bazaar & Wine Tasting

November 5th, 3-7pm at Team Fitness, 1109 Frontier Circle East, Lake Stevens. Hand Made Gifts, Make-up, Candles, Jewelry, Pet Items, Holiday Photo’s, & MORE. Bake Sale & FOOD DRIVE. Bring non-perishable food items and cash for the bake sale…

 By Monika Kristofferson, Professional Organizer    Columns    October 28, 2011

Declutter Your Home, Declutter Your Mind

When an area of your home is cluttered, cramped and disorganized, it causes stress and a definite feeling of being overwhelmed. It’s hard to know where to start to tackle this build-up of stuff! It makes you wonder, “How did it get this…

 By Chris Thomas    News    October 28, 2011

Advocates: Budget Plan “Shreds the Safety Net” for WA Elderly

OLYMPIA, Wash. – Gov. Chris Gregoire’s supplemental budget reads like a laundry list of everything you wouldn’t want to happen to an elderly friend or relative on a fixed income, according to advocates for Washington seniors and people with disabilit…

 By Washington State Department Of Transportation – News    News    October 28, 2011

Snow crews ready for La Niña double-dip

BELLINGHAM –Weather experts are predicting La Niña is back for a double dip – and that means road crews and drivers should be prepared for another challenging winter. No matter what the weather brings, highway crews are ready for…

 By Washington State Department Of Transportation – News    News    October 28, 2011

n. Alaskan Way Viaduct to reopen midday Saturday

SEATTLE – Great progress by demolition and construction crews means the Alaskan Way Viaduct is expected to reopen midday Saturday between the West Seattle Bridge and the Battery Street Tunnel, a move expected to help relieve recent regional…

 By Washington State Department Of Transportation    News    October 28, 2011

Construction winding down on I-90 near Easton

EASTON – Crews are bringing construction on Interstate 90 to a halt for the winter. Worked wrapped-up last week near Hyak, and now crews are finishing the job near Easton for the season from mileposts 69 to 80. Drivers will experience periodic…

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