Articles published Tue, Jun 30, 2009
Lake Stevens Chamber, President’s message
Your Chamber Board remains hard at work.
WA Homeowners Scramble for Mortgage Modification Advice
SEATTLE, Wash. - As more Washington families struggle to pay their mortgages, there's growing concern that they're not getting enough help, from either the government or from lenders.
Community needs to help keep Frontier Village alive
Frontier Village has seen better days since it’s inception into the Lake Stevens community.
To stimulate the economy, stop trying to limit driving and start reducing congestion
I’m often asked how other states compare to Washington on transportation policy. This is a reasonable question, because across our state, traffic congestion is growing worse and is expected to double over the next twenty years. Congestion chokes the economy, robs valuable time from our families and lowers our overall quality of life.
Letters to the Editor July 1, 2009
L.S. Chamber of Commerce announces Citizens of the Year
Girl Scout Troop and community activist are selected
WASP create flight path for women in WWII
Local woman stood up to adversity
Granite Falls alternate route groundbreaking set for July 2
Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon, U.S. Senator Patty Murray, U.S. Congressman Rick Larsen, local officials and residents will gather Thursday, July 2, to celebrate the long-awaited groundbreaking of the Granite Falls Alternate Route.
Awards and Honors
Lake Stevens School District’s Students of the Month April 2009 The following students were recognized by the Lake Stevens School Board as outstanding secondary students at the May 13 School Board meeting.
Celebrate safely this Fourth of July
Suspects caught in a hit and run robbery
Lion’s Club Fishing Derby reeled in some big fish
The third annual Lake Stevens Lion’s Club Fishing Derby took place on Saturday, June 6 at North Cove Park in Lake Stevens.
Athletic participation fee set for Fall 2009 sports
Due to the rising costs associated with the Lake Stevens School District’s athletics programs, and the statewide educational budget reductions, the School Board has approved an Athletics Participation Fee.
LSHS volleyball player invited to Down Under Games
Lindsey Walter, a 2009 graduate of Lake Stevens High School and star volleyball player, has been invited to represent the state of Washington in the 21st annual Down Under International Games in Australia.
North Cascades Crew celebrates a win at Juniors Nationals in Cincinnati
L.S. Rowing Club wins bronze
The Lake Stevens Rowing Club lead the way for Lake Stevens rowers at the US Rowing Youth Nationals in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Blue Ice volleyball has perfect season
Congratulations to the ladies of the “Blue Ice” volleyball team for an undefeated season.