Articles published Mon, Sep 14, 2009
Making the Call: Cell Phone Health Risks Debated in D.C. Today
Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter, a brain cancer survivor, holds a U.S. Senate committee hearing today (Monday) on the possible health risks of cellular phone use.
R-E-S-P-E-C-T, should always be the social norm
Ask anyone you know how they feel about healthcare reform and chances are you’ll get a passionate and well thought out response.
Replicate success, not failure
People have a lot of questions about the proposed federal health care reforms. But the most important question we should ask — perhaps the only one — is will “ObamaCare” work?
Laua on Life
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Week of September 19, 2009
USS Ingraham deploys from Naval Station Everett
USS Ingraham (FFG 61) deploys from Naval Station Everett on Monday, Sept. 7 for a scheduled a six-month deployment in support of national interests abroad. USS Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Benjamin N. Taylor.
We must never forget September 11, 2oo1
Those lost are remembered locally
Senior Services announces opening of new apartments
Senior Services of Snohomish County, a nonprofit organization that provides housing, nutrition, transportation and social services throughout Snohomish County, will celebrate the opening of its newest affordable senior housing community with an open house on Wednesday, Sept. 23 from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Local lifter takes on world championships
As if lifting over 500 pounds at a time isn’t enough of a triumph, Lake Stevens resident Kenneth Gack, 39, is now heading to New Delhi, India as part of the U.S. National Powerlifting Team where he will represent the United States at the World Powerlifting Championships.
Granite Falls announces Annual Alumni Breakfast
Clickity clack, clickity clack, coming down the railroad track... Railroad Days, just a whistle stop away.
Lake Stevens southwest annexation, what it all means
In Feb. 2009, the Lake Stevens City Council unanimously voted to move forward on its fourth annexation in five years.
Viking defense holds off Mariner season opener, 18-14
Lake’s undersized and inexperienced defensive line stepped up to shut out Mariner’s offense in the final three quarters to allow the Vikings to post an 18-14 win in the latter’s season and home opener on Sept. 4.