Articles published Mon, Nov 1, 2010
Expect full closures of northbound SR 529 at Ebey Slough Bridge in Marysville this week
Drivers should plan for overnight closures on SR 529 in Marysville Tuesday through Thursday nights, Nov. 2 - 4.
Washington State Voters to Decide Fate of Worker’s Comp
Last week of rock blasting on I-90 east of Snoqualmie Pass until next year
Washington State Department of Transportation - News
Attorney General’s Office files suit against Moxie Media, others for multiple campaign finance violations
Should cursive be taught to children in public schools?
While surfing the channels on television last week, I came upon a story on King 5 News regarding cursive writing and the fact that it was slowly becoming extinct.
Tools of the Trade
Letters to the Editor November 3 issue
Lights and Sirens
The police department responded to 534 incidents in the week of Oct. 17 through Oct. 23, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Village Theatre’s Full Monty is full of laughs
Zombies, fairies and vampires take over downtown
Hundreds celebrate Halloween as a community
Sunnyside Waste Water Treatment plant right on schedule
Rate increases to take affect in January
Lake Stevens Fire reminds community to change your clocks, check your batteries
Saturday, November 6, Lake Stevens firefighters will be in the Machias Mobile Park community from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (calls permitting) to install smoke alarms for those who may need new ones or who do not currently have working alarms in their home.
Register your American Cancer Society Relay For Life Team today
American Legion handing out Poppies this Saturday
LSEF will be phoning for a cause
The Lake Stevens Education Foundation is hosting their first “Calling for Kids Phone-a-thon” on Novmber 15 through November 18
The wrong direction
In the 1929 Rose Bowl, the California Bears played Georgia Tech. Late in the second quarter, Georgia fumbled on its own 33 yard line.
Big second half gives Vikes 35-14 win vs. Mariner
The Vikings gained just 104 net yards in a scoreless first half at Lake last Friday, then exploded for 298 yards and five touchdowns after intermission to post a season-saving 35-14 win over Mariner.
Lake girls soccer beats Snohomish
Leading team in Wesco North division as playoffs begin
PNB Nutcracker announces conductors
Glenwood student earns bronze medal