Articles published Mon, Oct 24, 2011
Drivers pitch in during first commute of nine-day Alaskan Way Viaduct closure
Demolition, construction still on schedule
The Roadless Rule – Still Not Out of the Woods?
The Roadless Rule has survived its latest federal court test, a 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decision on Oct. 21.
NW Immigrants' Groups Link Arms for Regional Clout
Immigrants' rights organizations in the Northwest are taking a new approach to their concerns by working on them regionally, instead of separately by group or state.
Sticker shock at the grocery store
With online bill paying and direct deposit, going to the mailbox everyday is not something that I do. It seems that opening up the mailbox twice a week is plenty these days.
Training in the Domestic Arts
YOUR|LETTERS for October 26 issue
What a great weekend for the first annual event of Oktoberfest and I hope it will continue as there were so many smiles and lots of wonderful feedback.
Several small arsons blaze throughout City
Lake Stevens Fire, police need community’s help in finding culprits
Celebrate Halloween downtown safely
The Lake Stevens Family Center will once again sponsor Family Safe Downtown Halloween on Monday, October 31.
Free genealogy class and family history seminar offered in L.S.
“Who Do You Think You Are - How to start your genealogy search” is a free class for those who would like to find out more about how to find their ancestors.
Lake Stevens Senior Center holds annual holiday gift sale
It counts to win at Oktoberfest
At the recent community Oktoberfest event the Lake Stevens School District hosted an “Estimation Booth,” where elementary and secondary students had the opportunity to estimate how many items were in baskets and jars with winners receiving prizes.
Calvary Chapel sending members to Haiti for Earthquake aid
Over a dozen members of Calvary Chapel Church in Marysville will travel to the city of Jacmel, Haiti in November for a week-long mission, but they aren’t going empty handed.
Taking a peek into the relationship of prayer
The popular saying, “What you say is what you are” is backed up biblically in Luke 6:45. “Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks.” This is never more true than with prayer. Listening to someone pray is like peeking into their soul.
LSHS Vikings beat Stanwood 47-0
Show your Viking pride as they work their way to the play-offs
LSHS volleyball gets two wins and a huge upset
The Vikings had a triumphant week in volleyball, defeating both Stanwood and Snohomish.
Pahukoa girls help team soar to the top
The Northwest Blazers, a select girls basketball team made up of players from the states of Washington and Idaho, won the MSNM NCAA Certified Tournament played October 7-8, 2011 at Juanita High School.