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“The team expressed those (covenants) through the season and cared for each other through the action of love and working together as a team,” said Lakewood head coach Jeff Sowards. “Unity, they worked the hardest on.”
At the state championship, Nov. 6, the Cougars stepped to the starting line with not only a goal to perform well, but to uphold their team and school with their dedication to these covenants.Lakewood's title hopes on the pitch dashed in OT
The Washington State Patrol, Tulalip Tribal Police and Marysville Police Department will be working together to ensure shoppers are traveling safely to and from their favorite shopping areas on Thanksgiving night, Friday, and remainder of the holiday weekend.
Motorists traveling on Interstate 5 in the Marysville/Arlington areas should anticipate congestion northbound and southbound on I-5 at 88th street (Exit 200) and 116th Street (Exit 202) and Exit 206 (Smokey Point). These roads lead to the busiest shopping areas in the north county area and are historically the heaviest traveled by shoppers. Local drivers should expect unusually high traffic volumes on surface streets leading up to and around the Shopping Centers late Thursday evening and Friday, according to Trooper Keith Leary, District 7 Public Information Officer for the Washington State Patrol.Lakewood looks to reload on the hardwood
• A recent study reported that the odds of developing breast cancer were reduced by 79 percent, on average, among water drinkers. One possible explanation is that maintaining a dilute solution within cells reduces the potency of estrogen and other carcinogens that cause long-term tissue damage.
• Water forms the makeup of synovial fluid (the lubricating fluid between joints) and cerebrospinal fluid (fluid in between vertebrae and around the brain). If your body is even slightly dehydrated, less fluid is available in these areas to protect your joints, spine and brain.Lakewood Cougars fall in season opener
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus decided to homeport the Nimitz in Everett upon the completion of its maintenance at Bremerton in December of 2011, following the departure of USS Abraham Lincoln for a four-year refueling complex overhaul in Hampton Roads, Va. The Abraham Lincoln is currently deployed and will not return to Everett.
Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon deemed this decision an example of how the Navy recognizes the importance of Naval Station Everett, which he described as "a top-rate facility befitting our national security," as well as its personnel. Reardon praised the Navy for homeporting the Nimitz at Everett while the Abraham Lincoln is away, by asserting that it maintains national security on both coasts on the country while saving millions in federal dollars.National Weather Service issues Flood Watch for Western Washington