Articles published Mon, Nov 9, 2009
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Senator Murray to Examine the Cost of Being Sick: H1N1 and Paid Sick Days
Tomorrow, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), a senior member of the Senate Health Committee, will attend a Senate hearing examining the issue of H1N1 being spread by workers who can’t afford to miss work when they are sick.
Can WA Caregivers Afford to Keep Caring?
November is National Family Caregiving Month.
New Research Shows Link Between Wireless Signals, Heart Problems
It looks like certain people are particularly affected by microwave radiation from various devices, and the number of people so affected seems to be growing.
Three Tips for Home Organization for Busy Families
As a mom, I know just how important home organization is for families. If our house wasn’t organized, I know life would be so much more stressful and chaotic. We are a busy society, busy with school, work, sports, hobbies, volunteering-you name it and someone is doing it. Home organization is the key to keeping it together.
The Truth About Horseback Riding
Laura on Life
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November 11, 2009
Washington State Military Kids and Families Summit
he third annual Washington State Military Kids and Families Summit will focus on providing needed resources to military children and the people who support them.
Brennan Frost and Family
busting odds, breaking the mold-Part 1
Election results bring changes
New mayor and new citizens create a bright future
Viking season ends
Lose to Bethel, 42-7
Local family finds love and caring within community
Devin Wood felt a lump in his neck in January. When antibiotics didn’t help and the fluid-filled cyst grew, he and his wife, Tami, had no time to think what that could mean. There was a more immediate crisis.
Lieutenant Commander Brian Danielson speaks at local Rotary Club
The Veterans Day program Friday, Nov. 13 at the Lake Stevens/Granite Falls Rotary Club will feature Lt. Cmdr. Brian Danielson.
Hawkeye’s raising funds to support Volunteer Search and Rescue
Hawkeye’s Pub is holding a chili cook-off to help raise funds for Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue.
Strandyd, local area band gives back
Halloween weekend had a little extra meaning for some folks in Lake Stevens and Granite Falls.
Eighth annual Bikes for Tykes returns
The Lake Stevens/Granite Falls Rotary Club is holding their annual Bikes for Tykes event on Saturday, Nov. 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Granite Falls offers shelter for abandoned animals
A surprise to some in the Granite Falls community is the fact the Granite Falls Police Department has animal shelter services for lost or abandoned animals.
Local child dies with influenza complications
A five-month-old male baby from the Marysville area of Snohomish County died Tuesday, Nov. 3,