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Tell state officials what you think about transportation and how to pay for it

The Washington State Transportation Commission is conducting a major statewide transportation survey to find out what citizens think about our state’s transportation system and how future needs should be paid for.


A community that works together for the greater good



Restoring confidence is job one



YOUR LETTERS| September 28, 2011



Nelson’s 458 yards propel Vikings over Snohomish

Guns get hosed at first annual softball game

Donations poured in to help food bank, Lake Stevens Family Center

Lake Stevens High School Class of 1986 celebrates reunion in a big way

The Lake Stevens High School Class of 1986 had their 25 year class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011.

Lake Stevens High School gets solar power

Green power will come to Lake Stevens High School this fall!

L.S. Family History Center offers classes

The following are the classes that will be offered at the Lake Stevens Family History Center for 2011.

City to implement pedestrian flag pilot program

If you are a pedestrian, you may find some bright orange flags at a crosswalk over the next few weeks. The City of Lake Stevens is planning to test the use of crossing flags at three marked crosswalks.

Sudoku answers for September 28th 2011


Antique Chinese Bottle

In 1974 an antique bottle was sold at a London auction house for over one million dollars.


Nelson’s 458 yards propel Vikings over Snohomish

Last Friday’s home field 41-20 win over Snohomish was a Jake Nelson highlight reel from start to finish.  The senior Viking QB is having that kind of a season, accounting in just four games for 300 net yards rushing and 894 yards passing and 16 total touchdowns. 


L.S. Rowing Club Row-A-Thon starts on Friday

Not rain, wind or cold will keep the members of Lake Stevens Rowing Club (LSRC) from accomplishing their 24 hour Row-A-Thon mission.