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Articles published Mon, Nov 7, 2011

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briefs

Rainy Day Caffé – New name, same great service

The Rainy Day Caffe crew cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of their store in the Main Street Center in downtown Lake Stevens.

Edward Jones Financial Advisor sponsors Coffee Club

Sterling Gurney, a local Edward Jones financial advisor, will be hosting a coffee club at 10 a.m. every first Thursday of the month at Edward Jones at 602 2nd Street, Suite C. Snohomish, Wash. 98290.

L.S. Chamber welcomes new Marketing Director

The Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce has hired Melody Sedy as their new, part-time Marketing Director.

2010 Technology Levy work in progress

The Lake Stevens School District’s Technology Levy, which was approved by voters in February of 2010, was designed to address several needs in the district’s technology infrastructure and classroom support in order to better prepare students to be 21st century learners.

chamber

L.S. Chamber welcomes new Marketing Director

The Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce has hired Melody Sedy as their new, part-time Marketing Director.

Chamber News 2011

county-state

SR 520 reopens after weekend of construction

Girders installed in Medina, changes set for westbound drivers

Scorecard: WA Could Do More to Prevent Poverty

Seattle, WA - Washington could be doing more to help its residents improve their financial security, even in tough economic times. The nonprofit Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) has just updated its "Assets and Opportunity Scorecard," detailing how well each state is doing to help people build and protect their assets. Comments from Jennifer Brooks, CFED state and local policy director.

guest-editorial

Are we nearing the tipping point on minimum wage?

GUEST | EDITORIAL

lauraonlife

Dating for Nine-Year-Olds

letters

YOUR | LETTERS for November 9, 2011

YOUR | LETTERS

lightsandsirens

Lights and Sirens-November 9, 2011 issue

The police department responded to 530 incidents in the week of October 23 through October 29, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:

news

North Lake Middle School named School of Distinction

Award for improvement in reading, math

Arbitrator upholds Fire District decision

Lake Stevens Eurasian Milfoil treatment a success

The results are in on the Eurasian Milfoil treatment performed this summer and they are looking great.

L.S. Fire needs community participation

Lake Stevens Fire invites the Lake Stevens community to a Special Commissioner Meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday, November 14 at the Lake Stevens Fire Conference Center located at 10518 – 18th Street SE, Lake Stevens.

LSMS thrills audience with flash mob

Students at LSMS dance to Thriller outside of the school.

Library to hold Doll and Friends Tea Party

On Saturday, November 19 from 11:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. the Friends of the Lake Stevens Library will be holding a tea party for girls and their dolls.

Lake Stevens High School Drama Club presents James and the Giant Peach

Lake Stevens High School Drama Club proudly presents the family classic James and the Giant Peach written by Roald Dahl and adapted by James Wood.

National Merit honors to two Lake Stevens High School students

Sudoku Answers for November 9th issue

religion-spiritual

Aspiring Eagle Scout brings water to Cascade Park’s Taylor Forest

Youth Gospel Choir looking for participants

school-sports

Gasca steals the show in Vikings’ 44-7 play-off win

McLaury inducted into LSHS Hall of Fame

Lake Stevens Vikings both current and past had a great night on Saturday, Nov. 5 with the 44-7 win over Heritage High School in their first play-off game of the season.