Articles published Mon, Oct 31, 2011
Groups to Super Committee: "Transparency" is Not Just for Ghosts
The Sunlight Foundation has organized Halloween visits by members of more than 30 grassroots groups to local congressional offices, to call attention to the "scary" secrecy of the Super Committee.
Free Microsoft courses extended for another year
Lake Stevens neighbors suffered great tragedies
Teens inspire those around them
Your doctor’s report card
GUEST | EDITORIAL
One Good Chair
YOUR|LETTERS- November 2, 2011
Lake Stevens High School teacher Alderson awarded $25,000, receives Milken Educator Award
Students packed in the high school’s gym thinking they were being honored for the school’s “go green” efforts, which included the recent installation of solar panels at the school.
Change your clocks, check your batteries
Sunday, Nov. 6 at 2 a.m. is the official time in which your clocks will need to “fall back” an hour.
McDonald in concert at the Everett Theatre
The House church presents Shawn McDonald in concert on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Everett Historic Theatre at 2911 Colby Ave. in Everett.
Calling for Kids coming this week
From Nov. 7 through Nov. 10, the Lake Stevens Education Foundation will conduct the Second Annual fundraising phone-a-thon “Calling for Kids” to help fund programs that provide excellent academic experiences that promote success for all students.
Family Center offers free nutrition, exercise classes
How do we afford to stay healthy? Statistics show that by the age of 65, individuals who haven’t engaged in exercise on a regular basis may incur a decrease in muscular strength by as much as 80 percent.
Veterans invited to celebrate and remember at LSHS
The administration, staff, and students of Lake Stevens High School are inviting all veterans to a breakfast and assembly at the high school on Thursday, November 10 in celebration and remembrance of Veterans Day.
Relay for Life L.S. named National Rookie Relay of the Year
At last weekend’s Relay for Life Summit and training at the Doubletree Hotel in SeaTac, the American Cancer Society awarded several cities for their accomplishments during their Relay for Life events throughout 2011.
LSFC’s annual Bowl-a-Rama looking for participants
Lake Stevens Family Center would like to invite you to this year’s Lake Stevens Family Center Bowl-a-Rama.
Shop early and support the LSFC
Shop early all while supporting the Lake Stevens Family Center and your local community members.
Kids can make money trick-or-treating
Dr. Jason Bourne announced that he will bring back the successful candy buy back program, for the eighth year starting on November 1, 2011.
Waterfront homeowners holding meeting
Local waterfront homeowners will be holding a meeting at The Buzz Inn in downtown Lake Stevens on Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. to discuss options regarding the Shoreline Master Plan (SMP) the city is currently trying to complete.
Transcript of an interview with Ronnie McBrayer on his book The Jesus Tribe
Undefeated Vikings host playoff game Saturday
Thrilling comeback seals Wesco crown and top district seed
L.S. Volleyball named Wesco North Champs
SEATTLE’S THEATRE ROYALTY WILL DAZZLE HOLIDAY THEATER-GOERS IN RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN’S CINDERELLA AT THE 5TH AVENUE THEATRE