Articles published Mon, Mar 15, 2010
Designate a driver for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations
For many Americans, St. Patrick’s Day has become a popular night to celebrate with friends and family. Unfortunately, due to impaired drivers, it can also be very dangerous.
WA Lawmakers Scrutinize Tax Loopholes
Group Targets Out-of-state Bank Interest Write-offs
Special session costs are a waste of taxpayer money
JOURNAL | EDITORIAL
Time to adopt better system for funding higher education
A few weeks ago, nearly 400 students rallied at the state capital to support Washington’s higher education institutions.
Making The Bed
Laura on Life
Letters to the Editor for March 17, 2010
Northwest Navy Security Exercises Northwest Navy Security Exercises
Navy shore installations in the continental United States -- including those in Puget Sound -- will participate in Exercise Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield '10, an annual security training exercise from Mar. 22-26.
Construction in full swing on new stadium
This aerial view of the new football field and track at Lake Stevens High School shows the progress that has been made since its demolition last Fall. The stadium will be complete by the first football game of the season. Even more progress has been made in the last couple of weeks.
Special Olympian Parrish passes away
Community mourns the loss of vivacious, caring, long-time resident
Local WASP recognized for service in WWII
Flying planes during World War II was not easy for any pilot but for the more than 1,100 women who flew, the job was also underappreciated.
Major collision on Highway 9 leaves one in critical condition
Backs up traffic in Frontier Village and thru Lake Stevens for hours
Hobbs’ hard work pays off in funding for top transportation priorities
Project will give Frontier Village intersection a much needed makeover and create jobs
Texting, cell phone use while driving becomes primary offense
The House and Senate came to an agreement last Thursday night over the bill which makes using a cell phone or texting while driving a primary offense.
Voters next to decide on Lakewood Act
The House of Representatives concurred with Senate amendments to House Joint Resolution 4220, also known as the Lakewood Police Officers’ Memorial Act, sending the constitutional amendment straight to the voters.