Articles published Mon, Oct 18, 2010
Reardon, residents to rededicate Lake Goodwin playground
There's Nonpartisan Help with Long, Complex WA Ballot
Ballots have just been mailed out in Washington, and between this year's initiatives, referendums and resolutions, you may decide you need a PhD in economics to figure out how to vote.
County urges residents to prepare for flood season
Chilean miners’ rescue brings hope to the rest of the world
‘Remember Lakewood’ officers amendment keeps everyone safer
Lake Stevens Fire earns $1,000 stipend to conduct home fire sprinkler demonstration
Lake Stevens Fire was awarded a $1,000 stipend from the national nonprofit Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition (HFSC) to increase its home fire sprinkler education locally by conducting a live fire and sprinkler side-by-side educational demonstration.
Blackwell to be remembered at Lake Stevens War Memorial
Journal joins other community newspapers at WNPA convention
Walks away with advertising and editorial awards
House fire on East Lakeshore
On Monday, Oct. 11, traffic near the Lake Stevens Boys & Girls Club was redirected due to a house fire at 1508 East Lakeshore Dr.
Local Haunted House benefiting many in the local community
If you’re heading to a haunted house this Halloween why not visit one that will bring you the usual thrills and chills as you wander through the darkened halls, but one that will also benefit people within the Snohomish County community?
Keeping the Faith:
Even With A ‘Yes’ Face, The Best Answer Can Be ‘No
Vikings loss at Marysville puts play-offs on hold
Cavelero Frosh win championship
On Sept. 26, Coach Lori Barlow led the Cavelero Colts’ ninth grade girls volleyball team to the championship of the Mariner High School Classic.