Articles published Tue, Sep 13, 2011
Sign up your booth for Oktoberfest
The Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce is bringing Oktoberfest to downtown Lake Stevens on October 14 and 15.
Edward Jones to host financial workshop
Edward Jones Financial Advisor Diana Jackson of Lake Stevens will host a “Financial Workshop:
Annual Let’s Get Acquainted section coming soon
Do people still not know you are here? This is the perfect opportunity for you to tell the community that you are here, how long you’ve been in business, your photo, about you, and much more.
Mary Kay consultant becomes Director
Mary Kay Inc. and its subsidiaries provide more than two million women around the world with an unparalleled opportunity for business ownership and personal fulfillment.
Enjoy a weekend of scrapbooking, support Komen Foundation
Scrapville, located in Snohomish Station is hosting a scrapbooking retreat to benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation on October 21 through 23.
Small businesses find support at Sno-Isle Libraries
Some of us don’t take technology for granted. Bill Church, owner of Bow Wow Bill’s Dog Services, lives in an area of Arlington that isn’t wired for Internet access.
Nationally Known Children's Singers Headline Local Literacy Tour
Children’s Music Not Just For Kids
Rock blasting on I-90 cancelled this week due to fire danger near Snoqualmie Pass
HYAK – Due to high fire danger risk, the U.S. Forest Service advised WSDOT and contractor crews to halt rock blasting operations on I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass tonight, Sept. 13. Blasting may be cancelled the rest of the week.
Boeing’s prospects are bright...for now
GUEST | EDITORIAL
YOUR|LETTERS Sept. 14
Lights and Sirens-Sept. 14 2011 issue
The police department responded to 650 incidents in the week of August 28 through September 3, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Lake Stevens remembers 9/11
It was a beautiful, sunny morning in September only 10 short years ago when the world as we knew it then came to a screeching halt as two commercial jetliners plowed into the Twin Towers in New York.
First day of school: What do kids learn?
So imagine doing this: Singing the song “The Wheels on the Bus,” reading along and carefully sounding out each word while the teacher points to the big book, learning the sign language for the word “bus,” adding the familiar hand motions for the lyrics and putting it all together simultaneously. Not easy.
State job vacancies reach high
In April, job vacancies in Washington state reached their highest point in three years, according to a new report by the Employment Security Department.
Police and Fire battle at a fundraising softball game
Lake Stevens Police will be playing off against Lake Stevens Fire at a softball game on Saturday, Sept. 24 at 6:30 p.m.
Human Service organization funds available in L.S.
The City of Lake Stevens’ 2011 budget includes $15,000 to fund human service organizations that serve residents of the City.
Aquafest nominated in King 5’s Best
If you’re one of the 35,000 people who enjoyed their time at this year’s Aquafest, here is your chance to pay it forward.
Healthy Living classes start soon
Healthy Living Class (God’s Purpose for You - a First Place 4 Health study) starts Wednesday, September 21, from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. at Sanctuary Ministries on the first and third Wednesdays of the month and you are invited.
LDS church members hold annual Northwest Day of Service
In remembrance of the tragedies of Sept. 11, 2001 local members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will join members throughout the Northwest in a Day of Service.