Lake Stevens JournalLake Stevens Journal

Type what you are searching for in the box above.

Browse Archives By Publish Date

Articles published Tue, Mar 8, 2011

Return to Archives



briefs

KeyBank modernizing

Haggen announces partnership with The Comvest Group

Company remaining independent

Physical Therapy clinic moves to new location

NorthSound Physical Therapy has moved its Lake Stevens location to a newly remodeled clinic at 1819 S. Lake Stevens Road, Ste E.

L.S. Edward Jones sponsors event

Diana Jackson, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Lake Stevens, is sponsoring Investment Perspective Meeting from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, March 25 at 1905 Main Street in downtown Lake Stevens.

New Arlington Business Opens on Olympic Avenue

Cascade Companion Care Provides Home Care Solutions to Seniors and their Families

PUD names Benjamin Beberness as new Chief Information Officer Press Staff

county-state

WSDOT’s Moving Washington programs keeping traffic moving

The 2010 National Traffic Scorecard, an annual congestion report published today by INRIX Corporation, shows Seattle as the country’s only major urban area that did not see congestion get worse last year.

Amtrak Cascades hoping to cash in with new lottery ticket partnership

Amtrak Cascades riders have a chance to cash in on their next train trip thanks to a new partnership with Washington’s Lottery.

Striping planned for southbound I-5 in Mountlake Terrace tonight

Up to three lanes will be closed starting at 7 p.m.

County will present seminar to assist family caregivers

editorial

School bus drivers have a tough job

Watching the video of the Snohomish School bus driver grabbing a six-year-old student by the backpack and dropping her to the ground has made the rounds on local television newscasts of late.

guest-editorial

It’s time to quit kicking the can down the road

Guest Editoral

kids-and-pets-contest

letters

YOUR|LETTERS March 9, 2011

YOUR|LETTERS March 9, 2011

lightsandsirens

Lights and Sirens

Lake Stevens Police Beat-The Lake Stevens Police Department responded to 685 incidents in the week of February 20, 2011 through February 26, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:

localentertainment

Olympic Ballet Theatre

Olympic Ballet Artistic Director Retires! PNB Artists Become New Directors!

military-news

New community center built in Navy housing

Local leaders on hand to celebrate

news

High School writers, artists get recognition

Lake Stevens High School students Brittney Schmidt and Jory Weissert recently shared with the School Board news that their Literary Magazine, The Valkyrie, was one of five schools to receive recognition in the state of Washington for their work on and in the Valkyrie.

New community center built in Navy housing

Local leaders on hand to celebrate

House approves more flexible assessments for students with cognitive disabilities

Legislation co-sponsored by Reps. Mike Hope and Hans Dunshee to make assessments for students with cognitive disabilities less time consuming passed the House of Representatives, 97-0.

The tax-filing clock is ticking down, get free help now

Free professional tax consultants will file your taxes for one-day only, March 18, right here in Lake Stevens.

Strikes for Sherwood bowl-a-thon supports services for people with disabilities

Sherwood Community Services’ annual Strikes for Sherwood bowl-a-thon will be held Sunday, March 20 at Evergreen Lanes in Everett.

Change your clocks, check your batteries

On Friday, March 11, Lake Stevens Fire will have firefighters at Jay’s Market in downtown Lake Stevens and at Haggen just off Market Place, emergency calls permitting, to remind people to change their clocks and check their batteries.

Kindergarten Registration, March 10 at Lake Stevens elementary sites

Kindergarten Registration and Parent Information Night will now take place in each of the district’s elementary schools on Thursday, March 10, at 6:30 p.m.

Mayor to serve as Honorary Chair for Relay For Life L.S.

The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Lake Stevens has selected Mayor Vern Little to serve as honorary chair for the upcoming first year, Relay For Life of Lake Stevens event beginning at 10 a.m. on May 14 and finishing at 10 a.m. on May 15 at the Lake Stevens High School track.

religion-spiritual

Bridge over troubled water

The Aurora Bridge was built in 1932 and originally called the George Washington Memorial Bridge.

school-sports

Viking girls nab fourth place trophy at State basketball tournament

Mission accomplished.  The Lake Stevens girls have brought home the fourth place trophy from last week’s State Basketball Tournament at the Tacoma Dome.