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Articles published Tue, Oct 11, 2011

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Closet control and coffee clothing exchange

Lake Stevens residents and business owners banded women together to clean out their closets in September.

Business productivity class offered by Chamber

The Greater Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce invites you to join Monika Kristofferson, Professional Organizer and Productivity Consultant to attend her three-part business productivity seminar.

Edward Jones says plan for retirement this week and every week

Contributing to a 401(k) or other employee-sponsored retirement plan, opening an IRA and rebalancing one’s investment portfolio regularly are but three ways in which investors can ring in National Save for Retirement Week, says Sterling Gurney.


Oktoberfest 2011


SR 520 bridge and highway to close Oct. 15-17

Cranes to install 24 girders in Medina following Husky game and through weekend

Commute Smart Awards celebrates 20 years

Governor applauds leadership, innovation for community, economy, environment

Ten days and counting fast until Alaskan Way Viaduct shutdown

WSDOT asks travelers to take charge of their commute during historic nine-day closure

WA Bucks National Trend by Increasing Voter Access

Report: Many States Make It Harder to Cast Ballots


Withdrawing new EPA rule is a good start,

But there’s a bigger problem



Your letters for October 12, 2011


Middle level students inspired by Rachel’s Challenge

Over a three-day time frame last week, Pat Nixon from Rachel’s Challenge presented assemblies of hope and inspiration to local Lake Stevens students and families.

Relay for Life Lake Stevens held its 2012 kick-off

It’s hard to believe that the second annual Relay for Life Lake Stevens is already up and running but it was evident on Sunday, Oct. 9 that Lake Stevens is ready for another record year as folks showed up to celebrate and get hyped for the 2012 event which will be held on May 18 and 19.

Holloway helps others on Extreme Makeover

U.S. Women’s Sitting Volleyball Team player Katie Holloway of Lake Stevens made her reality TV debut on Sunday, Oct. 9 on ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.

Driver of car that killed Lake Stevens woman charged with vehicular homicide

Meghan Stivers, Lake Stevens, was driving home from work on Marine View Drive in Marysville on July 29, when she was struck by a 1996 Dodge Ram driven by Arlington resident Randy Sedy, 45.

Sound Salmon State Park planting event

Sound Salmon Solutions will be hosting a tree planting at beautiful Possession Point State Park on Saturday, October 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and they are looking for volunteers.


Oven Monkey Bakery opens in downtown L.S.

This beautiful new boutique bakery located at 12420 20th St. NE in downtown Lake Stevens boasts many mouth-watering specialties including delicious cupcakes, unique cookies and delectable pastries.


Viking “D” Shines at Monroe in 33-7 win

Award the Viking defense the game ball for this win. Lake came out on top at Monroe by 33-7 last Friday but the offense, for the first time so far this season, sputtered for an entire half.

LSHS graduate plays in East-West all state game

Lake Stevens High School graduate and football star Duke Dolphin played in the East - West All State Game.

LSHS Volleyball looking good

The Lake Stevens Varsity Volleyball team had an incredible week with two wins.


L.S. students exhibit “Faces” at the Schack

Beginning Tuesday, October 11 the Schack Art Center will be featuring “Faces - Art inspired by Paul Klee” an exhibit of artwork by Sunnycrest Elementary students in the Lake Stevens School District.