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Articles published Mon, Oct 17, 2011

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Judge clears way for R-71 petitions to be made public

SR 520 reopens after weekend of construction

Next closure is the weekend of Nov. 5-7, after Nov. 5 Huskies game

"Bridging" the Gap between School and Life

People who work in schools, local government and after-school programs in 21 states are in Seattle today for what is called the "Bridge Conference" - bridging the gap between what kids do inside and outside of the classroom.


Importing medicaid’s problems to medicare

The White House has started pressuring the new deficit “super committee” to consider a radical change to the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit.


It was so worht it


YOUR |LETTERS - October 19, 2011

YOUR |LETTERS - October 19, 2011


Oktoberfest weekend full of sunshine and family fun

No need to take a drive over the Cascades to enjoy a fun Oktoberfest weekend, just ask the hundreds of people who joined in the festivities at Lake Stevens first-ever Oktoberfest.

Vikings power past Marysville-P 38-7 for title clinching homecoming win

It's official. Lake Stevens clinched the Wesco North 2011 football championship with a 38-7 Homecoming pounding of Marysville-Pilchuck last Friday.

Watch for Voter Pamphlets in mail

After weeks of watching campaign ads on TV, reading news articles about measures and local candidates, and seeing yard signs here or there, Washington’s registered voters soon will have their chance to voice their opinion by casting their ballot in this year’s General Election.

Eagle Scout rain garden project cleans up Catherine Creek

A local Eagle Scout candidate, Ryan Olliges, worked with the City of Lake Stevens and Snohomish Conservation District to construct a 1,200 square foot rain garden at the Lake Stevens City Shop at 2306 131st Avenue NE in Lake Stevens.

Local Boy Scout troop #41 receives awards

Boy Scout Troop #41, charted by Kiwanis Club of Lake Stevens, conducted a Court of Honor on Thursday, September 29.


Free concert offered at local church

On Sunday, October 30 at 2 p.m., Ebenezer Lutheran Church will present a concert of a trio of artists, Dr. Stephanie Bethea, flute; Joy Shepard Baldridge, mezzo-soprano; Alexandra Tsirkel, piano.

More people accept a vending machine God

The news release stated, several chandeliers were hanging from the ceiling lighting up a plush 5,000-seat auditorium.


Vikings power past Marysville-P 38-7 for title clinching homecoming win

LSHS Volleyball has slow start but big finish

The Lake Stevens Vikings Volleyball team started last week with a loss to Monroe (1-3), but ended their week with a win against Arlington (3-0).