Articles published Tue, Sep 7, 2010
Multi-Chamber Networking Breakfast
Sponsored by Comcast Business Class
New owners take over Main Street Coffee
Rusty and Jennie Fenrich have sold the Main Street Coffee in downtown Lake Stevens and would like to thank the community for their support over the last seven years.
Chamber Business-August 2010
WA's Stake in National Wilderness Month
September is National Wilderness Month, and for Washington, the presidential proclamation is a celebration of the 4.4 million acres that make it the Evergreen State.
60 MPG By Labor Day 2025?
Washington, D.C. - As the Labor Day travel weekend wraps up, there's a new push to save consumers money at the gas pump by setting the federal fuel economy standard at 60 miles per gallon (mpg) by 2025.
Politicians are people too
Politics is a messy, sneaky and sometimes destructive sport. Feelings often get hurt, emotions run high and arguments are heated. But through it all it is important for people to remember that politicians are people too and they deserve our respect.
Climate Policy Wars:
People want affordable solutions
Pessimist or Realist
YOUR | LETTERS-September 15-2010
Letters to the editor
Stadium open house impresses community
LSHS Vikings will perform in updated facilities
South Lake, Davies Road now has two new stop signs
Traffic changes means safety for Lake Stevens residents
Local boy holding sale to benefit family in need
Jacob Gloss, 12, of Lake Stevens is holding a neighborhood garage sale Sept. 11 and 12 to benefit the Reynolds family.
The Greatest Show On Earth® honors Lake Stevens girl for making a difference in the community
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey has awarded three children from across Puget Sound with The Barnum Award.
Reardon says “time is now” to vote in key poll
South Snohomish County could be home to new location of old favorite Dick’s Drive-In
Lake Stevens to conduct 9-11 Remembrance event
Sodoku Answers for September 8, 2010 issue
Lake Stevens Journal gets new Co-Publisher as of September
Pam Stevens, current Managing Editor, steps up to the plate acquiring new duties
Friends are friends forever
When Miep Gies became an assistant to the owner of a pectin manufacturing company in Amsterdam during the 1930s, she never could have dreamed that events would make her a pivotal character in one of the 20th century’s greatest dramas.
Girls learn more at local volleyball camp
Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club hosted a week long Volleyball Camp for grades three through eight where girls learned to love the game.
Little local fisherman catches big fish in L.S.
Zachariah Evans is an avid fisherman. Even at the early age of seven, Evans loves to spend hours fishing the waters of Lake Stevens even saving all of his money for bait.