Articles published Mon, Jun 21, 2010
WA Parents Scramble to Find Summer Activities, Meals for Kids
In Washington, kids have fewer summer learning options this year - even though education experts consider the summer months critical for many students, who need to stay caught up on reading and math skills in order to succeed in the following school year.
Murray Statement on the Pentagon Admitting to Further Delays in Tanker Contract
Garden Party Nightie
Laura on Life
Tours, Entertainment and Pride at Naval Station Everett's Open House
On Jul. 3, Naval Station Everett will open their gates from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to the public for a celebration of our nation's freedom with tours, food and entertainment.
Schools out for the summer
Local kids are ready to say goodbye to homework and hello to the sun, at least for the next three months
Volunteers renovate North Cove Park gazebo
The gazebo at North Cove Park is a landmark in downtown Lake Stevens, but after years of beatings from the Pacific Northwest weather and basic wear and tear, the gazebo needed a major overhaul.
Community Transit helps drivers on high congestion roads find healthier options
Curb the Congestion program unveils new tools and incentives
From fires to fame – Elmore does more than fight fires
When people envision heavy metal bands like Metalica and Megadeth there’s a certain type of person that comes to mind. Tattoos, piercings, black clothing or even hair gelled into a pointy mohawk.
LSHS junior, Cooper heads to West Point
Shawn P. Cooper, a junior at Lake Stevens High School, has been selected to be among 1,100 attendees at West Point’s prestigious Summer Leaders Seminar (SLS) this year.