Articles published Mon, Apr 4, 2011
Studded tire deadline extended another week
OLYMPIA – State officials have extended the studded tire deadline one week for the second time this year. Drivers must now remove their studded tires by the end of the day Thursday, April 14.
Washington state applies for Florida’s high-speed-rail funding
Washington state applied today for approximately $120 million in federal high-speed-rail stimulus money, part of $2.4 billion returned by Florida.
Southbound I-405 opens early in Bellevue after bridge torn down; northbound opens Monday at 4 a.m.
New bridge damaged during removal
Tax incentives bring value
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Scrapbooking for the insane
YOUR | LETTERS - April - 6 issue
Relay for Life takes over the town with Purple Siege
Downtown will be “painted” purple
Youth Advisory Council discusses drug, alcohol abuse
Expounding on ideas to keep kids clean and safe
Cancer survivors celebrate life
Linda Elledge, Ms. Civic/Ms. Classic American Renaissance 2010, participated and spoke at the Relay For Life Survivor Event at Ashley Pointe in Lake Stevens.
Lake Stevens School District recognizes volunteers of year
Join the Lake Stevens School District for an evening of celebration as they honor the talents of thier Student Artists and the work of our School Volunteers.
Local resident Sebring dies at 91
On Saturday, March 19, 2011 longtime community member Anna Sebring passed away.
Four students earn Eagle Scout honors
Prepared for an earthquake?
In response to the major earthquake in Japan in early March, Lake Stevens Fire encourages the community to learn how they can prepare themselves in the event of an earthquake here.
Sudku Answers for April 6th issue
Be a life-long learner
Ah spring time. The time of year that we, here in the northwest, are occasionally reminded what the sun looks like.
Estrada graduates Coast Guard Training
Peace Village helps cultivate positive change
Imagine a world where hope and visions of peace are part of everyday life.
Lake Stevens Rowing Club's Regatta