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Helping seniors get up and running on the net

Computers cost money, training costs money and for most seniors, a computer is out of the question because finances are just too tight.

L.S. Schools develops budget reflecting over $4 million in cuts

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Spring clean-up day in Lake Stevens

Citizens that reside in the city limits of Lake Stevens may bring most of their items that are typically taken to the dump and dispose of them for free...

G.F. Alt. Route goes to bid

This new 1.9-mile, two-lane alternate route will divert truck traffic away from downtown Granite Falls and serve as a strategic freight corridor for the...

Armed Forces Day celebrated in downtown Lake Stevens

After the community photos have been taken, all honorably-discharged veterans and their families are invited to a free barbeque and free veterans burial...

Grade school students walking to make a difference

Drive by Mount Pilchuck Elementary School on a sunny afternoon and you will discover mobs of kids walking around the back field. These kids aren’...

Service clubs honor outstanding members

Last year’s Lion of the Year recipient Ron McIntyre walked around the room explaining what it takes to become Lion of the Year.