Lake Stevens man bids in the dark

  • By Kristi O'Harran
  • Friday, March 18, 2011 7:39am
  • Local News

Dan Allen of Lake Stevens is one of those people who bid on unknown stuff in abandoned storage units. Read about the hunt at

Tim Eyman is still searching for a new benefactor to prop up his sputtering initiative factory, two months after the Mukilteo profiteer revealed he didn’t have the money lined up to buy his way onto the ballot this year.”
See who was so rude at Permanent Defense.

Amia Nash, a senior at Edmonds-Woodway High School is featured at Northwest Asian Weekly.
“Amia leads by example. She has a strong belief in supporting others’ differences and is the first one to learn new athletes’ names on our running teams and makes sure they feel accepted. As a member of our ASB, she is committed to increasing cross-cultural understanding and is passionate about making sure no group feels marginalized. She is always the one who is there to promote awareness and offers everyone a glimpse into her own cultural background by sharing her hula with students and staff during assemblies.”

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