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Articles from the June 1, 2010 edition

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 By Journal Staff    Sports    June 1, 2010

Try Rowing steps up to another year at Aquafest

The Lake Stevens Rowing Club is entering their second year of offering to the community and Aquafest participants a free on-the-water Try Rowing experience to enhance their Aquafest experience. Try...

 
 By Journal Staff    Sports    June 1, 2010

LSHS boys soccer to hold alumni game

On Saturday, June 5, the Lake Stevens High School boys soccer team will be having their first alumni game against the current Lake Stevens Boys Varsity Soccer Team. Everyone who has played is invited to attend and join the alumni team. They are...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    June 1, 2010

Town holds first annual Kokanee Derby

The results of the First Annual Lake Stevens Kokanee Derby, held on May 22, have been recorded and according to all those who participated, it was a wonderful success. The production was organized by...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    June 1, 2010

Preschoolers, seniors coming together

Preschoolers from The Lake Stevens Co-op Preschool, located within the Ashley Pointe Senior Community, spend time with the seniors that live at Ashley Pointe. A preschool is not something you’d...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    June 1, 2010

Navy honors Lake Stevens Mayor Vern Little

On Thursday, May 6, Lake Stevens Mayor Vern Little was recognized at the semi-annual Friends of the Navy Reception for his support and advocacy for Navy families. “Mayor Vern Little has bent over...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    June 1, 2010

L.S. alum returns with KOOZA

Working under the “big top” is a dream that many have at some point in their lifetime and Lake Stevens High School graduate Jeff Carlton has made that dream a reality. Carlton, a 1992 LSHS...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    June 1, 2010

Everett Elks give LSHS scholarships

Three Lake Stevens High School seniors won first, second and third place scholarship awards from the Everett Elks Lodge. The students all attend the Sno-Isle Tech Robotics and Electronics Technology program and from scholarship applicants across the...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    June 1, 2010

County opens first Granite Falls roundabout to traffic

The first of three roundabouts along the Granite Falls Alternate Route has opened to traffic. This first roundabout is located at State Route 92 at the westerly end of the truck route project and serves as a gateway to the city of Granite Falls. Two...

 
 News    June 1, 2010

Board selects next leader for L.S. schools

After careful deliberation, the Lake Stevens school board unanimously approved a one-year Superintendent Transition Plan that will place current Assistant Superintendent, Mrs. Amy Beth Cook, as the di...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    June 1, 2010

Navy honors Lake Stevens Mayor Vern Little

On Thursday, May 6, Lake Stevens Mayor Vern Little was recognized at the semi-annual Friends of the Navy Reception for his support and advocacy for Navy families. “Mayor Vern Little has bent over...

 
 Opinions    June 1, 2010

YOUR LETTERS- JUNE 2-2010

The top earners pay the more in taxes than others Dear Editor, I am troubled when, once again, I hear Ms. Fox-Allen cloud the issue of political disagreement and opposition to the government’s excessive tax and spend programs with unsubstantiated...

 
 By Don C Brunell    Opinions    June 1, 2010

Mistake to bypass the moon

Cancelling the Constellation program - the successor to America’s historic space shuttle program—is a huge mistake, but that is exactly what President Obama plans to do. He told folks at the Kennedy Space Center that he is also abandoning...

 
 By Monika Kristofferson    Columns    June 1, 2010

Your Home Organized

For any home to run smoothly, efficiently and well-organized, there are a few tools you need to make it happen! Home Organizational Tool # 1: A day planner. I would be lost without mine! Everything in my day begins and ends with the day planner. Use...

 
 By Chris Thomas    News    June 1, 2010

Youth Violence Prevention: Getting WA Teens to Sign On

SEATTLE - The one group that could most benefit from organized summer and after-school programs turns out to be the hardest to sell on the idea. Accordingly, teens are the focus of a seminar in Seattle this week on how to get them interested in...

 
 Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

Granite Falls girls softball headed to State tournament

The Granite Falls High School softball team headed to state last week after beating Selah in the qualifying game. The girls were down 4-0 in the first inning, scoring seven runs in the fourth inning...

 
 By Press Staff    Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

School District facility planning

At the May 19 board meeting, the Granite Falls School Board opted to delay the middle school move to the old high school for one year based on several factors. The District’s uncertain financial situation is a main contributing issue....

 
 By Press Staff    Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

Head Start applications available

Families can apply in June for Early Head Start. Beginning in June, the North Snohomish County Early Head Start program will accept applications to fill 82 openings. The program will provide child development and family support services to eligible...

 
 By Press Staff    Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

Coming soon to Granite Falls Mountain Loop Experience II

Enjoy the beauty the Mountain Loop Highway has to offer while spending the day with family and friends. The Mountain Loop Experience II is a fun-filled day with events starting at 8 a.m. and ending with a free movie at dusk. So mark your calendars...

 
 By Press Staff    Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

School District facility planning

At the May 19 board meeting, the Granite Falls School Board opted to delay the middle school move to the old high school for one year based on several factors. The District’s uncertain financial situation is a main contributing issue....

 
 By Pam Stevens    Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

Historical Museum offers more than facts

There’s a quaint little house on Union Ave. with the Granite Falls Historical Museum sign out front. From the outside it offers spring flowers and antique machinery, but take a step inside the...

 
 By Pam Stevens    Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

Granite Falls Mayor being investigated or maybe not

It looked as though Granite Falls has more investigations going on than first thought when a letter dated March 11 came to light. The letter was signed by Police Chief Tony Domish and the full-time...

 
 By Pam Stevens    Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

Granite Falls appoints new members to Planning Commission

The City of Granite Falls has been working overtime to fill three different positions on the city’s Planning Commission. City residents Fred Cruger, Randal (Randy) Farrell and Cheryl Desrosier were...

 
 By Press Staff    Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

G.F. Fire District promotes safe riders

Granite Falls Fire District 17 in partnership with McDonald’s restaurants is pleased to announce the “Safe Rider Citation” program within the Granite Falls area. When uniformed fire service personnel see a child who is wearing a helmet while...

 
 By Pam Stevens    Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

What’s it going to take to bring the community together

There is so much that goes on to make a community a successful, well-balanced and family-friendly community. Things like beautiful parks, well thought out planning, community members who want to get...

 
 By Press Staff    Granite Falls    June 1, 2010

Coming soon to Granite Falls Mountain Loop Experience II

Enjoy the beauty the Mountain Loop Highway has to offer while spending the day with family and friends. The Mountain Loop Experience II is a fun-filled day with events starting at 8 a.m. and ending with a free movie at dusk. So mark your calendars...

 

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