Articles published Tue, Aug 16, 2011
Drivers should plan for longer than an hour Wednesday night for blasting on I-90 east of Snoqualmie Pass
Crews will blast rock closer to Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass, which could result in a closure longer than one hour on Wednesday night.
County forces small business to leave Lake Stevens
Snohomish County Solid Waste Mission Statement:
Your letters for August 17, 2011
August 17 Lights and Sirens
The police department responded to 635 incidents in the week of July 31 through August 6, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Millions of dollars in illegal drugs found by L.S. police
In only two short months Lake Stevens Police Chief Randy Celori put together a Fugitive Apprehension Team, with the goal of apprehending those who have outstanding warrants here in Lake Stevens.
Ironman fills downtown with athletes, onlookers
Ironman 70.3 brought hundreds of athletes to downtown Lake Stevens for the sixth time Sunday, August 14.
LDS youth Getting into their Pioneer heritage
Dressed in bonnets, bloomers and suspenders, over 300 LDS youth and their leaders pushed handcarts as they traversed the rugged terrain in Eastern Washington all in an effort to experience just a taste of what thousands of their pioneer ancestors went through while crossing the Great Plains in the mid 1800s.
Local fisherman wins big money for big fish
James Sinning named Associate Principal of Lake Stevens Middle School
James (Jamie) Sinning, has joined Principal Mike Weatherbie at Lake Stevens Middle School as its new Associate Principal.
L.S. Fire benefits from Eagle Scout project
Members of Lake Stevens Fire and Boy Scout Troop 42 recently met for a flag raising ceremony at Fire Station 83.
Lake Stevens Plans Back-to-School resource fair
Free backpacks and basic school supplies offered to families in need
Amidst continuing education budget cuts, Safeway is sending money “Back to Schools”
Today Safeway began its 10 percent Back to Schools promotion that donates ten percent of the sales from participating items to the shopper’s school of choice.
What to do with your gas hog
The economy continues to struggle and gas prices remain high.
Jesus Christ, the NFL, and a man named Art Monk
August 2, 2008 is a memorable day for me. I was never that big of an Art Monk fan (simply because there were other NFL players I grew up rooting for), but when he received his induction into the NFL Hall of Fame and gave his acceptance speech on ESPN that evening, there was only one thing I could do: Praise God.
Local church hosts back to school clothing giveway
Sanctuary Ministries’ third annual back to school clothing giveaway will be held Saturday, August 27, 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Clothing and coats that have been gently used will be available for school aged children.