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Articles published Fri, Jan 15, 2010

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American Red Cross releases $1,000,000 in aid to help communities affected by earthquake in Haiti

Use Red Cross ‘FamilyLink’ To Search for Missing in Haiti

Within 48 hours after the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) launched a special FamilyLinks website, more than 13,800 persons visited the site looking for loved ones missing in the aftermath of the recent Haiti earthquake.

Washington State Senators Issue Statement on Haiti

Today, Senators Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Patty Murray (D-WA) issued the following joint statement on the tragic earthquake in Haiti.


Vote yes on school levy ballot

Lake Stevens residents know the importance of a good education; this is evident every time a school levy or bond election comes up as we consistently vote to support our students and learning.


Once upon a one

As we begin 2010 with New Year resolutions one thing is clear—there are no redos! 2009 lies far behind and every decision of the past has led to where we are now.


Stevens bill targets child sex traffickers

Measure would offer safe harbor for minors, steep penalties for violators


Letters for January 20th issue



Appreciation and gratitude goes to retiring and newly elected School Board members

Janice Thompson, school board member for director district #4, was elected in November of 2001 and has served the district for eight years. During that time she has served as Legislative Representative, Vice President and President.

Granite Falls community invited to forum on upcoming school budget

The Granite Falls School District is hosting a community forum January 26 and 28* at 6 p.m. at Mountain Way Elementary to provide an overview of the District’s budget and request community input on funding priorities.

Trickler family hoping witness comes forward

House bills introduce to help families of hit and run victims

L.S. sixth graders make it to final four

The sixth grade boys Lake Stevens Basketball Club team stayed busy over the Christmas break. 

Community immunity: Vaccinate now to fend off H1N1 “third wave” later


Lake Stevens wrestlers take down Arlington

Vikings stand undefeated, 5-0 in the Wesco North league

Viking boys basketball beat Everett 78-55

Lake Stevens boys closed out the first half of their Wesco North season at 8-0 (9-3 overall) with a 78-55 win at Everett last Thursday (because of early deadline Lake’s game vs. Arlington on Friday will be reported on in next week’s Journal).