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aquafest-news

Aquafest announces Grand Parade Chairs

2011 Aquafest Grand Parade welcomes new chairpersons and sponsor Ace Hardware.

Annual Rotary Duck Dash is back

Look for a couple of “Quacks” wandering this year’s Aquafest and enter to win your chance at some great prizes. Prizes will be announced at a later date.

Time to prepare your animal for the Aquafest Proud Pet Show

Pick out the perfect outfit for your pet or start teaching them that new trick because the Aquafest Proud Pet Show is right around the corner.

briefs

Health & Safety Fair benefits community

It’s time for the Annual Health & Safety Fair. This event is hosted by Lake Stevens Fire and Lake Stevens Police and will be located in the Albertson’s Parking Lot on Saturday, June 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m

Patricia Brunjes joins Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation Board

Patricia Brunjes, from Clinton, Wash., has been elected to the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation Board of Directors.

Providence opens new $500 million medical tower

Steve’s Barber Shop adds new barber, moves to Frontier Village

Steve’s Lake Stevens Barber shop would like to announce the addition of Susan Hartlage to the team of Lake Stevens Barbers.

county-state

Full closures of westbound US 2 trestle in Everett start Thursday night

Preview the work taking place under the roadway

guest-editorial

Start talking now and stop underage drinking

One of the more rewarding aspects of holding a statewide office is to visit schools across the state, especially to high schools where students are nearing the end of their 13-year incubation period as young scholars, ready to fly out of the classroom and land in college, the military or directly in the workplace.

letters

YOUR|LETTERS

Your Letters for June 8, 2011

lightsandsirens

Lights and Sirens-June 8th 2011 issue

The police department responded to 675 incidents in the week of May 22, 2011, through May 28, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:

news

Celebrate, Rember, Fight Back - A film by Shane Kantzer

A film by Shane Kantzer

Spring fever finally comes to Lake Stevens

High School students step up to create curriculum change

Preparing for a brighter college future a priority

Get to know the top ten LSHS seniors

Get to know the top ten LSHS seniors

Local family raising awareness and funds to help find a cure for JM

Juvenile Dermatomyositis and Juvenile Polymyositis are the most common forms of JM (Juvenile Myositis), which is a rare autoimmune disease that affects approximately 17,000 children and adults, and nearly 1,000 new cases are diagnosed in the United States every year.

Preschoolers parade for potatoes

The rain would not stop this parade. At the Early Learning Center preschool children sang and marched with colorful ribbon batons to celebrate the new addition to their campus, a greenhouse to assist with their expanding vegetable gardens.

Grace Academy says farewell to their 2011 graduating class

The senior class at Grace Academy is a class of 12 different personalities and drives but of one heart united by love and respect for one another. 

Pet Pros celebrates grand opening

Pet Pros has opened their doors in Frontier Village. The Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce helped celebrate their grand opening last weekend.

religion-spiritual

Bennett to serve LDS mission in Korea

Emilee Bennett, a graduate of LSHS Class of 2007, has been called to serve an 18 month mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to Seoul, South Korea.

Have you ever had a “come to Jesus” meeting?

Recently, a friend commented to me that she had a “come to Jesus meeting” and then she shared what had happened in her life.