Mon, Jun 27, 2011
Fire Marshal urges caution, courtesy on July Fourth
The Snohomish County Fire Marshal’s Office urges residents to use caution when discharging fireworks during the Fourth of July fireworks season and encourages residents to extend common courtesy to their neighbors by limiting the hours during which they discharge.
Scholarship available for leadership Snohomish County program
The Greater Everett Community Foundation will provide a scholarship to a local community member interested in participating in the Leadership Snohomish County program.
Lake Stevens Middle School Library offers summer reading program
Problem number one: Kids get bored in the summer.
Implementation for treatment of Eurasian watermilfoil planned
After a yearlong effort the City of Lake Stevens and Snohomish County are ready to begin the implementation of an herbicide treatment to remove Eurasian watermilfoil from the lake.
Chamber seeking nominations for 2011 Citizens of the Year
The Greater Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce is looking for a few good citizens. They are seeking nominations for their annual Citizen and Junior Citizen of the Year awards.
Rotary Club installs new board, Rotarian of the Year announced
Friday, June 17 was the date of the annual installation banquet for the Rotary Club of Lake Stevens.
Mon, Jun 20, 2011
American Legion, scouts retire tattered flags
On Tuesday, June 14, American Legion Post 181 along with local Cub, Boy and Girl Scouts retired almost 300 flags. Local Legionnaires have decommissioned over 3,000 flags since starting this program three years ago.
Kiwanis Club gets grillin’ for Lake Stevens seniors
As local seniors emerged from their cars last Friday they were welcomed with the aroma of down-home grilling as heavenly scented smoke wafted through the air at the Lake Stevens Senior Center on Soper Hill Road.
Pilchuck Kindergarteners produce their own play
Kindergartners from Mrs. Riechel’s class at Mt. Pilchuck Elementary School perform Goldilocks and the Three Bears for their families.
Glenwood Elementary making a difference locally and globally
Each year Glenwood students have made it their goal to reach out to others by actively participating in school-wide events that make a difference in local and global communities.
American Legion Post 181 votes in new officials
During the American Legion Post 181’s regularly-scheduled business meeting on Thursday, June 9, a quorum of officers and members voted unanimously to accept the following officials for the 2011-2012 year.
Local kids help bring child home to Lake Stevens
So far, $800 has been raised to bring Noah from Eastern Europe
City has openings on Lake Stevens Library Board and Civil Service Commission
State cuts will increase K-4 class size in LSSD
With the Governor’s signature on the biennial budget last week, school districts are now receiving specific financial data on reduced funding for the next school year.
LSSD wants your opinion about Lake Stevens schools
Please take five minutes to complete an online survey for the Lake Stevens School District.
Tue, Jun 14, 2011
Lake Stevens High School Graduation
An evening of firsts and lasts for the class of 2011
The importance of a healthy, safe community
Health & Safety Fair brings fun and education
Lake Stevens woman flown to Harborview after car accident
Sirens and even a helicopter could be heard near downtown Lake Stevens last Sunday, June 5 when a 22-year-old Lake Stevens woman was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center after her car struck a light pole.
Granite Falls woman missing after walk with friend
Granite Falls resident, Angela Marie Gilbert, 41, was last seen while taking a walk with a friend on Thursday, June 2.
The Chicken tradition carries on for three generations
In 1969 ‘The Chicken’ was stolen from atop the roof of the Chicken Drive-In at Frontier Village and started quite a tradition. It has appeared at various high school activities, especially around graduation time, homecoming, class reunions, and even a few weddings and a funeral.
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