Articles published Mon, Nov 22, 2010
2011 county budget approved without tax increase
WSDOT and WSP crews need drivers help today
As a large winter storm system works its way through Western Washington, drivers are asked to delay travel if possible.
Keeping WA's Small-Town Grocers Alive – and Thriving
A quick run to the corner store is an errand no longer possible in many parts of rural Washington, as small-town grocers close up shop, unable to compete with superstores in larger cities.
Thanking those who don’t often get thanked
JOURNAL | EDITORIAL
Letters to the Editor- Nov. 24th 2010
Voices Northwest, an a cappella women’s chorus wishes to invite you to our Holiday Show
High winds,rain knock out power and trees
Lake Stevens sees damage from early winter windstorm
Fire guts Lake Stevens Daycare and Preschool
Power outages look to be the cause of the fire
Ninth Annual Bikes for Tykes distribution
It’s that time of year again. The Lake Stevens/Granite Falls Rotary Club is kicking off its ninth Annual Bikes for Tykes campaign.
Local highway corridor improvements preliminary design
The SR 9/SR 204 intersection is a major chokepoint in the City and improvements are needed to relieve congestion and support future economic development in the community.
Li’l Hungry Hearts needs help to feed local children
Christmas giving project in full swing
Lake Stevens Library celebrates 25 years
A Friends of the Library member cuts the cake at the Lake Stevens Library’s 25 birthday celebration.
High School FCCLA travels to national leadership conference
Lake Stevens High School chapter members of the Washington State Association of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) joined over 6,100 members in the celebration of this great organization’s 65th birthday in Chicago, Illinois.
A wealthy merchant died and left his estate to a church he had attended as a young man
Our family recently received a letter from our son who is serving his country as a Marine in Afghanistan.