Articles published Wed, Sep 21, 2011
U.S. Department of Transportation Announces $31 Million to Improve Rail Service in Washington State
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced $31.1 million for the State of Washington to improve intercity passenger and freight rail service on the Amtrak Cascades line.
Rock blasting cancelled tonight on I-90 east of Snoqualmie Pass
HYAK – Drivers planning to travel over Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass won’t have to worry about getting stuck in a rock blasting closure tonight.
The Call You Don't Want to Get
New Robo-call Scam Targets Bank Cardholders
Set clear rules about alcohol as your teen heads back to school
GUEST | EDITORIAL
Lights and Sirens
Lake Stevens Police Beat-The police department responded to 691 incidents in the week of September 4 through September 10, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Making a mark on the L.S. community
Church members spruce up local landmarks
Community comes together for roundabout artwork
Although the Lundeen and Vernon roundabout has been operational for about a year the project had not been completed until recently.
Lake Stevens has their own Children’s Librarian
Leaves have already started falling from the trees and the temperatures have already started dropping. With kids in school and high school football a hot topic in Lake Stevens, it can only mean one thing – autumn has officially begun.
Guns & Hoses Softball Challenge to help local charities
The Lake Stevens Police Department and Lake Stevens Fire are proud to announce the First Annual Guns-n-Hoses Softball Showdown! The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 24 at Cavelero Mid-High Softball Field.
36th St NE roadway repair
In the north end of the City, a section of 36th Street NE which is a two lane roadway has been closed to a single lane for the past year.
Lake Stevens resident releases EP, runs recording studio
Joachim Nordensson is only twenty years old but that hasn’t stopped him from releasing an EP and running a recording studio.
The Great Race coming to Oktoberfest
You’ve seen the Amazing Race on television, well now’s your chance to compete in your own amazing race right here in Lake Stevens.
Local Boy Scouts hold food drive for people and pets
Boy Scout Troop #41 of Lake Stevens collected 330 pounds of food and pet food during the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday, Sept. 10 in front of Jay’s Market.
Answers to Sept. 21 Sudoku Solution
Falls prevention signs to be installed at Hawkin’s House
Falling is a common and serious problem among older adults, however not an inevitable one.
The After “Math” of Terrorism
As our nation reflects this week on the historic tragedy and loss of September 11, as well as the heroism of many individuals and the progress seen this past decade on the war against terrorism, I revised the following article written nearly ten years ago.
Keeping the Faith: No need to keep jumping
There’s a proverb that says if you love something, let it go. If it returns, it’s yours.
Lake Stevens Volleyball
Fall is in the air and that means high school volleyball is upon us!