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Do Healthy Schools Depend on Parents' Paid Sick Leave?

Seattle Decides Soon on 'Sick Days' Requirement

Full closures of westbound US 2 trestle in Everett resume this week

After a short break for the Evergreen State Fair, drivers should plan ahead for full closures of the westbound US 2 trestle again this week.


A decade later: Remembering 9/11

“Turn on your television,” she said on the phone early that morning. “You will not believe this! It’s the most horrifying thing I think I’ve ever seen!”


Back to school: time to educate and vaccinate

This time of year serves as an important reminder of highly effective vaccinations



Your letters for September 7,2011


New Superintendent Cook leads Lake Stevens schools

Student learning, strong relationships top priorities

American Legion remembers 9/11

American Legion Post 181 and American Legion Auxiliary Unit 181 invite the Lake Stevens community to attend the 10 year remembrance memorial ceremony for 9/11.

Sudoku Answers for September 7 issue

Puget Sound H.O.G. to host 9/11 Memorial Ride

On Sunday, Sept. 11 more than 70 motorcyclists will take part in a 58-mile memorial ride to observe the tenth anniversary of 9/11.

Oktoberfest 2011 is now online

Bullying policy adopted by Lake Stevens schools

Rachel’s Challenge coming to local education

Teachers agree to contract changes

For Lake Stevens the reduced funding from the state for the upcoming school year amounts to just over $1.1 million dollars.

US 2 trestle closures start again this week

Drivers in the Lake Stevens area have had a break from closures of the westbound US 2 during the Evergreen State Fair. But now the fair has ended and the closures begin.

Triathlon will close roads in L.S.

LSSD announces free aqua Zumba class

Aqua Zumba, known as the “Zumba Pool Party” gives new meaning to the idea of an invigorating workout.

Resource officers work with bus drivers to help reduce problems

It’s not often that local school bus drivers have to discipline out of control students, however, when problems do occur Lake Stevens bus drivers now have tools and tips on how to handle and defuse most any situation that may arise.

Website gives LSHS football fans everything they want to know


On joining the over-the-hill gang