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Articles published Mon, Nov 15, 2010

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county-state

Hide the Matches, Toss the Lighters...

WA Gets Ready for the Great American Smokeout

editorial

The votes are counted, now what happens?

JOURNAL | EDITORIAL

guest-editorial

Are “Death Panels” part of health care reform?

GUEST | EDITORIAL

letters

Letters for November 17 issue

YOUR|LETTERS

news

Veterans honored at Lake Stevens schools

Local students of all ages learn what true freedom is all about

Lake’s own Hobbs and Hope heading back to Olympia

Lake Stevens residents moved Hobbs to the top

Lake Stevens High School Counselor earns Teacher of the Year Award

Steve Pitkin is the Intervention Specialist for Lake Stevens High School and this year now splits his time with Cavelero Mid High. In October he received national recognition for his work with students in the area of substance abuse prevention.

City adopts Snow and ice control plan

The City of Lake Stevens adopted a snow and ice control plan at the November 8 City Council meeting.

Journal announces early deadlines

The Lake Stevens Journal will be closed on Thursday, November 25 in celebration of Thanksgiving Day.

Local man shares his story of triumph

My name is Dan Pate. Many of you may have seen me cruising downtown Lake Stevens in my wheelchair....

religion-spiritual

Keeping the Faith:

What is wrong with the world ?

Sanctuary Ministries church holding winter clothing drive

school-sports

Lake Stevens Viking Cross Country compete at WIAA state meet

On Saturday, Nov. 6 the Lake Stevens Boys Cross Country team, along with Ladies qualifier Cia Bywater, traveled to the WIAA 4A State Championships in Tri Cities.

Lake girls Viking soccer finish season at State quarterfinals with high hopes for next year

On Saturday, Nov. 13 the Lake Stevens’ Varsity Girls soccer team played against Tahoma in the quarterfinals.