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City Council votes 4-3 to allow Food Bank more time

Eagle Ridge Park to be multi-faceted

Seven teachers receive national board certification

Joining the ranks of National Board Certified teachers are Joshua Vail- Cavelero Mid High,  Reiko Tarver - Glenwood Elementary, Kristin Odegard - Glenwood Elementary, Anne Nueman - Highland Elementary, Chris Thornton - Lake Stevens Middle School, Katie Akesson - Cavelero Mid High, and Sheryl Aubol - Lake Stevens High School.

Cooper earns Eagle Scout

Shawn Cooper, son of John and Sandy Cooper of Lake Stevens, was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at a special ceremony held November 26 at Elim Lutheran Church.

Mt. Pilchuck Elementary announces Reflections winners

This year’s Reflections Art Contest “Together We Can….”

Risk Watch continues in local elementary schools

Lake Stevens Fire continues Risk Watch in Lake Stevens’ elementary schools for the month of December with a focus on preventing injuries from firearms. Lake Stevens Police is a coalition member along with Lake Stevens Fire and Everett Community College (EvCC) Nursing Program.

school-sports

Viking boys basketball lose to Arlington and Monroe

L.S. lost both of their games last week, 60-46 to Arlington on December 14 and 58-56 to Monroe on December 17.  

Viking wrestlers place third at Tri-State

Lake Stevens wrestling team placed third out of 59 teams at the 39th annual Tri-State wrestling Championships held at North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho last weekend.