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Boat Parade unique and splashy part of Aquafest


Ways to Looth A Tooth

Laura on Life


Your | Letters April 28 issue


Lake Stevens Police Beat

The police department responded to 595 incidents in the week of April 11, 2010 through April 17, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:


LSHS holds annual plant sale

The Annual Lake Stevens High School Spring Plant Sale begins this Saturday, May 1 and ends on May 22. The sale is open to the public on Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There are many great plants so stop by and take a look. 

CAREfest 2010 takes place this weekend

CAREfest 2010 will be happening again this year in Lake Stevens on Saturday, May 1.

Taste of wine for the Cure


A busy weekend for Lake Stevens’ residents

Wellness Fair, pancake breakfast and Showcase L.S. were in full swing

G.F. Police make major drug bust

Chief Tony Domish, put on administrative leave a week later

Local schools on lockdown due to burglary suspect

On Friday, April 23 at approximately 8 a.m. Lake Stevens Police officers were dispatched to a priority burglary in the 2800 block of 107th Ave. NE where a witness reported seeing someone trying to kick in a neighbor’s back door.

Lake Stevens trophy fish plant

he month of April saw the year’s first planting of trophy triploid trout in Lake Stevens. The planting program, coordinated as a community service project by Lake Stevens residents Laurie and Jim Goerg, is in it’s fourth year.

Daughter of Lake Stevens residents helps during Chilean earthquake aftermath

When an 8.8-magnitude earthquake struck Chile and severely damaged the regional hospital in Angol, the daughter of a Lake Stevens man and woman stepped up to provide the support needed to continue providing medical aid to the local people.

CERT training available through Snohomish County Fire

n Tuesday, May 4, Snohomish County First District 7 is offering Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training for citizens interested in learning how they can help their community during a major disaster.

Temporary road closure update Lundeen Parkway at Vernon Road

Record crowd at local rowing regatta

LSEF holding annual Spring for Education breakfast


Church holds family theater


Dear Savvy Senior, How will the new healthcare bill affect seniors? My wife and I both receive Medicare benefits and would like to know what we can expect. Concerned Senior  

Dear Concerned, There are several ways the new healthcare reform law will affect seniors on Medicare and those planning for their retirement years. Here are some of the key changes you should be aware of.