Articles published Mon, Mar 22, 2010
Senator Murray’s Statement on House Passage of Historic Health Insurance Reform Bill
Today, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) released the following statement after the U.S. House of Representatives passed the health insurance reform bill that passed the Senate by a vote of 60-39 on December 24, 2009.
Kristiansen bill signed into law clearing way for retired firefighters to return to volunteer service
Retired firefighters who are collecting pensions will no longer be barred from volunteer firefighting duties under a bill sponsored by Rep. Dan Kristiansen, and signed into law this week by Gov. Chris Gregoire.
Scientific Report: WA Wolf Plan Doesn't Add Up
Scientists who have reviewed the draft of Washington's Wolf Conservation and Management Plan have a disagreement over the numbers. According to the scientists, the population recommendations in the draft plan aren't biologically defensible and will not ensure the reestablishment of a self-sustaining population of gray wolves in Washington.
Lending website changes lives across the globe
If you had an extra $25 dollars what would you do with it? Go to a movie, out to dinner, get a pedicure?
Butch Otter (and others) courting Washington employers
Letters to the Editor for March 24 issue
2010 Aquafest Announces Facebook, Myspace and Twitter Sites
Updates regarding the 50th celebration of the Aquafest festival are now being broadcast via Facebook, Myspace and Twitter.
Teens and volleyball team collect donations for Easter
Megan and Sarah Gregarek had an idea to help children less fortunate in the Lake Stevens area.