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Articles from the November 8, 2010 edition

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 By Mike Anderton    Sports    November 8, 2010

Football season ends with loss at Curtis H.S.

Not only was it not the blowout which many expected, Lake made a competitive game of it at Curtis (University Place) in the State Playoffs on Friday. The hometown Vikings (10-0 and second in the...

 
 By Rene Whipple    Columns    November 8, 2010

How beautiful upon the mountains

In Isaiah chapter 52 verse 7 it reads, “How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace, that bringeth good tidings of good, that publisheth salvation; that saith unto Zion, Thy God...

 
 By Journal Staff    Columns    November 8, 2010

Crossroads at L.S. helps in recovery

The Crossroads at Lake Stevens is starting its second series of a community outreach program designed for people who have hurts, hang-ups and habits and are at least willing to believe that there may be a universally based prescription to help them...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    November 8, 2010

Relay for Life Committee heads to annual Summitt

Pictured from left to right back row: Staci Lindstrand, Jeff Wise, Lynn White, Carrie Blankenship, Jen Fortney. Middle row: Linda Elledge, Kim Demary, Rachael Surwan. Front row: Alexia Demary, Katie...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    November 8, 2010

North Lake Music goes Italian

Once again, Lake Stevens is experiencing the signs of the changing season from cooler temperatures and warmer rain to the falling of colored leaves. From the blowing of horns to the beating of drums, many of us add the sounds of aspiring musicians...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    November 8, 2010

LSHS Drama Club’s Alice in Wonderland

Students at LSHS rehearse for their upcoming production of Alice in Wonderland. Lake Stevens High School Drama Club presents the wild and whimsical tale Alice in Wonderland written by Lewis Carroll,...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    November 8, 2010

Local Legionnaire graduates from National College

A new generation of leaders came to Indianapolis from 32 departments (states) of The American Legion. Lake Stevens’ own Anthony Morea was one of only 54 students of the National American Legion College who honed their leadership, team...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    November 8, 2010

County Council plans for long-term transportation needs

As the Council entered the final month of deliberations on the 2011 budget, members turned their attention to identifying strategies to meet long-term transportation funding needs. Last week the Council learned from the executive that the funding...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    November 8, 2010

Chamber honors community members and businesses

No community can survive without business and no business can survive without support from their community and the Greater Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce chose to celebrate those who have honored...

 
 Lights & Sirens    November 8, 2010

Lights and Sirens

The police department responded to 616 incidents in the week of October 24, 2010 through October 30, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts: Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, 10/24/10, 2500 block 103rd Avenue SE A...

 
 Opinions    November 8, 2010

Letters to the editor Nov. 10 issue

Sewer District needs to explain costs and budgeting Dear Editor, I was informed by the Sewer District that by 2014, our sewer rates per month per house will be $80 a month. I doubt many of the small businesses in Lake Stevens can afford this. It...

 
 By Don C Brunell    Opinions    November 8, 2010

Lame Duck could cripple economy

If you thought the election year rancor and political mudslinging was over, think again. Late last month, Congress slipped out of DC without passing a budget, guaranteeing the House and Senate will be back in session after Nov. 2. The problem is,...

 
 By Pam Stevens    Opinions    November 8, 2010

Maybe Congress should live like the rest of us

There’s an email going around right now with some great suggestions to the American people, suggestions that have been discussed but haven’t had much backing in the Senate or the House....

 
 By Mike Clifford    News    November 8, 2010

“The Greatest Migration” Gives WA New View of Endangered Salmon

SEATTLE - You don't have to live along the Columbia or Snake Rivers to know some species of native Northwest salmon are endangered. Still, you may not know the whole story, and a new film aims to provide a closer perspective. Filmmaker Andy Maser...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    November 8, 2010

Free SBA seminar at First Heritage Bank

First Heritage Bank will be sponsoring a free Small Business Administration (SBA) Loan Seminar conducted by Christine Heckert, Senior Vice President, head of First Heritage Bank’s SBA Loan Department. Heckert has over twenty years of SBA...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    November 8, 2010

Elle Marie Top 5 Hair Salon in Best of Western Washington contest

Guests of Elle Marie Hair Studio have recognized their salon as one of the best in Evening Magazine’s “Best of Western Washington” contest on KING 5 TV for the third straight year. Following a fifth place finish in the Hair Salon...