Tue, Dec 20, 2011
Local business collects lights to help child in need
Six-year-old Eldon Presson was diagnosed with leukemia in September of this year. His treatments are working and Eldon is in remission but medical bills still continue to end up in his parent’s mailbox and with Christmas just around the corner the $2,000 check the Presson’s received at the Lake Stevens Ace Hardware last week couldn’t have come at a better time.
Students make cards for troops
Mrs. Hamilton’s fifth grade class at Sunnycrest Elementary School participated in the Red Cross Holiday Mail for Heroes program.
Senate bill protects the integrity of the Foreclosure Fairness Act
A small fix to the Foreclosure Fairness Act will have big implications for Washingtonians at risk of losing their homes.
Police distribute DUI coffee sleeves
The Lake Stevens Police Department, in partnership with Snohomish County’s DUI & Target Zero Task Force will be distributing coffee sleeves to area coffee stands to raise awareness about drinking and driving this holiday season.
Collection site gets 2,155 shoe box gifts
National Collection Week has wrapped up for the world’s largest Christmas project of its kind—Operation Christmas Child—where participants fill empty shoe boxes with items for kids suffering from natural disaster, war, terrorism, famine, and poverty. Soon, these shoeboxes will be delivered to 8.5 million kids worldwide.
SUDOKU Answers December 21, 2011
SUDOKU Answers December 21, 2011
Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Military kids enjoy a touch of Christmas
Playing games, making crafts and a visit from Santa made the day extra special for local military kids.
Purple & Gold Club great gift idea, help kids too
The Purple and Gold Club has a great holiday gift idea. Not only do you get to help Santa fill his list of gifts you will be helping the Purple and Gold Club raise money so they can continue to help the students of Lake Stevens High School.
L.S. Library explores hate crime violence
What would you do if one of your neighbors was killed in a hate crime? Think about it. Think about it with your fellow community members.
Journal announces holiday hours
The Lake Stevens Journal will be closed on Monday, Dec. 26 in celebration of the Christmas holiday. We will also be closing at noon on Friday, Dec. 23.
Sunnycrest Elementary fifth grader fulfills a lifelong dream
Justin Ristine is a fifth grader at Sunnycrest Elementary School and has always wanted to go deer hunting and shoot a buck. Ristine was able to make his dream come true last month with the help of Youth Outdoors Unlimited or Y.O.U.
Senior Center needs help for good Christmas
Six years ago a tradition of a Christmas Day Party started at the Lake Stevens Senior Center.
Crossword Puzzle Answers for December 14th 2011 issue
Your crossword puzzle answers for December 14th 2011 issue
Mon, Dec 5, 2011
Fun-filled day of festivities all over L.S.
Santa Claus came to town along with a lot of Christmas spirit and unique shopping in a day filled with all kinds of activities that helped to get Lake Stevens ready for a great holiday season.
Two Lake Stevens banks hit by thieves
Two different M.O.s, with two different suspects and two different banks were robbed within a week of each other in Lake Stevens.
Santa Float will benefit Lake Stevens Food Bank
The Kiwanis, Lions and Walgreens are combining forces to raise food for the Lake Stevens Food Bank.
Santa’s Cause is coming to town
While every boy and girl eagerly awaits Santa’s arrival on Christmas Eve with a sleigh full of goodies, the children at Sunnyside Preschool & Kindergarten looked forward to his arrival this week.
Ace Hardware collecting Lights for Life for kids with cancer
Greg and Christine Egelstad, the owners of the Lake Stevens Ace Hardware, are working with “Lights For Life-helping kids with Cancer” foundation a 501© non-profit.
Solar panels installed at Lake Stevens High School
Lake Stevens High School now has new solar panels installed and generating energy.
Sunnycrest to receive flashing lights for safety
Keeping children safe in designated school zones is a top priority.
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