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Articles from the September 25, 2012 edition

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 By Snohomish County Public Works    News    September 25, 2012

Wet paint on rural roads

On September 25, a contractor working for Snohomish County will begin applying 152 miles of striping along 38 miles of the following roads, in the following order. Caution is advised to avoid wet paint. 1. Ben Howard Road 2. Jordan Road 3. Pioneer...

 
 By Journal Staff    Sports    September 25, 2012

Monroe Bearcats beat the Vikings

After a low scoring and highly defensive Lake Stevens High School football game last Friday, the Monroe Bearcats ended up beating the Vikes 9-7 at the Wesco North 4A opener at LSHS stadium. The first...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    September 25, 2012

Sunnycrest holding kids fun run

On Friday, Sept. 28, Sunnycrest Elementary will be having its third annual Fun Run. This is an excellent combination of fundraising and exercise. Students will have 20 minutes to do as many laps as they can around the Sunnycrest field. They will...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    September 25, 2012

Sailors give service in Lake Stevens

Fifteen people from the USS Nimitz were busy working at the Lake Stevens Police Department last Saturday. These military personnel took time out of their weekend to help beautify the grounds at the...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    September 25, 2012

Reading glasses needed for those in Jamaica

Lake Stevens Lions Club members Tonya Christoffersen and Mitch Robinson. Lake Stevens Lions Club members Tonya Christoffersen and Mitch Robinson traveled to Jamaica last October with their spouses as...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    September 25, 2012

Read up on the ballot measures that will be on November’s ballot

Several ballot measures are coming for you to vote on in November. Here is an accurate, plain-English summary of each one. 2012 Ballot Measures Initiatives – ballot initiatives allow voters, rather than the Legislature, to enact new laws by a...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    September 25, 2012

Local Realtors helped L.S. Food Bank

The Lake Stevens Food Bank benefitted from the efforts of local Realtors. Agents from Windermere Real Estate/ Lake Stevens Inc. held a Food Drive at the Lake Stevens Safeway and collected over 2,500...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    September 25, 2012

Lake Stevens Family Center celebrates two decades

While many of us don’t know first-hand what it is the Lake Stevens Family Center does there are many in our community who cannot imagine what they would do without them, not just their services...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    September 25, 2012

Free genealogy seminar for youth and adults

The Lake Stevens Family History Center will be holding a seminar this Sunday, Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. This seminar will explore starting your Family History, Journaling, Blogging and Slurping it for future generations. The idea of physically writing your...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    September 25, 2012

Four people taken to hospital after feeling ill at post office annex

Lake Stevens Fire Department medics were called to the postal annex at 12216 36th St. NE in Lake Stevens last Tuesday, Sept. 18 after a female employee fell ill with what was considered flu like...

 
 By Journal Staff    Entertainment    September 25, 2012

Senior Center holds monthly pancake breakfast

The Lake Stevens Senior Center announces an ongoing Pancake Breakfast fundraiser on the second Saturday of each month. The next breakfast is set for Saturday, October 13, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. The cost is $5 for adults, $2.50 for children 12 and...

 
 By Journal Staff    Entertainment    September 25, 2012

Oktoberfest brings beverage gardens for ALL ages

The Greater Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce is excited about the return of Oktoberfest! Festivities will take place downtown Lake Stevens, Friday through Sunday, September 28 to 30. Stop by and...

 
 By Washington News Service    News    September 25, 2012

Will WA Follow OR's Lead on Salmon-Saving Approach?

SEATTLE - Federal agencies, conservation groups, fishermen and sportsmen, Native American tribes and dam managers have rarely all been in the same room - unless it's a courtroom - in the long battle over how to restore native salmon and steelhead...