Articles published Mon, Feb 1, 2010
HANFORD: Senator Murray Praises Overall Increase in Tight Budget Year
(Washington, D.C.) – Today U.S. Senator Patty Murray released the following statement on President Obama’s budget request for Hanford cleanup efforts in Fiscal Year 2011
WA's New Cash Crop: Energy Entrepreneurs
Conference to Focus on Clean Energy Technology, Funding
Weird WA Winters - A Climate Change Wakeup Call?
NASA says 2009 was the second-warmest year on record for the planet, and no matter what people believe is the cause of global warming, its effects are being felt here in Washington.
WA Small Businesses Want Big Financial Reforms
More than 130 small businesses in Washington are part of a national survey about what the government should be doing to help them survive and create jobs.
New traffic signals improve safety near schools
Two new traffic signals will be activated next week to improve pedestrian safety to and from Shoultes Elementary and Cascade Elementary schools.
Initial homeless count numbers show slight decrease
Early data collected during Thursday’s annual Point In Time homeless count show only a slight decrease over numbers collected during 2009.
Keeping an eye on our legislators
In President Obama’s State of the Union address last week he hit on some key issues that we all knew and hoped he would talk about. Among them––health care reform, the economy and taxes.
Valentine's Day Conundrum
Laura on Life
Letters to the editor
Lights and Sirens - Feb-3-2010
The police department responded to 749 incidents in the week of January 17, 2010 through January 23, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
South Pacific at Seattle's 5th avenue theatre
Photos from South Pacific
Viking boys basketball rip Marysville, Oak Harbor
Edge closer to league title
LSHS’s own Collins receives Principal of the Year Award
The Association of Washington School Principals has named Principal Ken Collins League Principal of the year for 2009
County to charge newly annexed residents fee for surface water study
Lake Stevens School District levy Q and A
Ballots for the Lake Stevens School District levies are due by Tuesday, Feb. 9. Here are some of the FAQ’s (frequently asked questions) in regards to both the Maintenance and Operations levy and the Technology levy.
Aquafest announces 2010 theme
Family History Center offers free classes to find your ancestors
The Family History Center, located at 10120 Chapel Hill Road in Lake Stevens wants to help you “find the tree that your apple fell from.”
What Idol reveals about our culture
Another season of the wildly popular American Idol is underway and if you’re one of the millions who watch, I trust you will appreciate what I am about to say.
Viking wrestlers win league championship
20 championships in 21 seasons