Articles published Tue, Apr 19, 2011
American Idol vs. the government
JOURNAL | EDITORIAL
Balancing the budget by making communities less safe is immoral
GUEST | EDITORIAL
Letters to the editor April 20 issue
Lights and Sirens - April 20, 2011
The police department responded to 646 incidents in the week of April 03, 2011 through April 9, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
around lake stevens
A life of skiing takes Granstrom to the top
Lake Stevens’ own wins national championship
Taylor sworn in as Granite Falls Police Chief
It is obvious that Granite Falls Police Chief Dennis Taylor is a man of few words as he addresses the crowd after his swearing in last Friday, April 15.
LSHS drama club practicing for “Grease”
The girls and boys of the Lake Stevens High School Drama Club are currently practicing for their upcoming performance of Grease.
LSHS student designs project to help other students
Bullying and its affect on kids has been a major source of news over the past several months, many news shows have produced lengthy documentaries in regards to this subject.
Paint the Town Purple announces winners
The Grand Prize winner for the Paint the Town Purple window contest is Norm’s Market on Lundeen Parkway.
Five DECA students make nationals
Five Lake Stevens DECA students have qualified for the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Orlando, Flor. this year.
Miss Aquafest Pageant holds second workshop at community center
Laura Hunter, Mrs. Washington International, was on hand to coach contestants.
Join in the Zumba craze and help out Relay for Life
On Friday, April 29 you can join in the Zumba rage by working out with several instructors at North Lake Middle School.
City spring clean-up
Each year the City of Lake Stevens provides its residents the opportunity to get rid of unwanted garbage at no cost.
The greatest gold star
A change of heart