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Articles published Tue, Nov 29, 2011

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county-state

Washington citizens willing to consider paying more for transportation

Washington citizens willing to consider paying more for transportation

editorial

Team sports can bring out the best in a community

After having the opportunity to be among the first of what could possibly be millions of people, to see the MTV documentary “Berzerker” about the daily trials and victories of the Lake Stevens wrestling team and watching our football team work incredibly hard each and every day in an effort to become state champs, I’m incredibly inspired by those kids and their coaches.

guest-editorial

Good news, bad news about cars

GUEST | EDITORIAL

letters

YOUR | LETTERS

YOUR | LETTERS for November 30th 2011 issue

localentertainment

Live theater and L.S. Library

Last Leaf Productions, a live theater troupe, presents a sweet, and fun adaptation of the familiar tale “The Emperor and the Nightingale” set in China.

Singers sought to help food banks while sharing holiday cheer

Singers and others willing to share their musical talents—including individuals, friends and organized groups—can help local food banks while bringing smiles to shoppers this holiday season.

Enjoy Christmas in the park

On Saturday, December 3 from 4 to 8 p.m. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will be having a Christmas in the Park at Cascade Park located at 12629 155th Ave. NE, Arlington (just outside of Granite Falls).

Firefighters holding Christmas House for kids in need

Granite Falls Firefighters have been gathering donations through different events to help children in need this holiday season.

L.S. firefighters collecting tips to help kids this holiday

Every year Lake Stevens Firefighters join the team at Ixtapa Mexican Restaurant in an effort to ensure that local kids get a gift to open on Christmas.

Annual Dickens Fair scheduled

On Saturday, December 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Cavelero Mid High School Cafeteria the LSSD Community Education program will be hosting the 25th annual Dickens Fair.

Downtown Tree Lighting coming soon

Get those coats and scarves on and head on down to Main Street on Saturday, December 3 at 5 p.m. for the annual Christmas tree lighting.

news

Viking football ride ends with Skyview

Lake Stevens takes third in state

MTV’s Berzerker documentary premiers in L.S.

LSHS wrestling seen as real, raw

The gift of hearing touches Granite Falls family twice

Daxx Delucchi acts like your typical five-year-old boy. He plays soccer, goes to kindergarten, reads and writes and plays with his two-year-old sister Hadley.

Cancer survivors walk lap of hope to kick-off American Cancer Society Relay For Life

Event to be held on May 19-20 at LSHS

Lake Stevens Family Center needs your help now more than ever

Recent reports indicate that National Poverty Rates are the highest they have been for 52 years and the median income of Wash. state residents is at a level equal to that of 20 years ago.

Singers sought to help food banks while sharing holiday cheer

Singers and others willing to share their musical talents—including individuals, friends and organized groups—can help local food banks while bringing smiles to shoppers this holiday season.

10th annual Bikes for Tykes distribution for Rotary

If you have a like-new bike that you would like to donate to the Rotary Club of Lake Stevens, you can bring them to Haggen’s parking lot on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Bourne Orthodontics collects over 1,400 pounds of candy

This year, Bourne Orthodontics was able to collect over 1,400 pounds of candy.

L.S. firefighters collecting tips to help kids this holiday

Every year Lake Stevens Firefighters join the team at Ixtapa Mexican Restaurant in an effort to ensure that local kids get a gift to open on Christmas.

Annual Dickens Fair scheduled

On Saturday, December 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Cavelero Mid High School Cafeteria the LSSD Community Education program will be hosting the 25th annual Dickens Fair.

Downtown Tree Lighting coming soon

Get those coats and scarves on and head on down to Main Street on Saturday, December 3 at 5 p.m. for the annual Christmas tree lighting.

Non-Profit organization looking for community representatives

ASSE International Student Exchange Programs is seeking volunteers to serve as Area Representatives in your local community.

Firefighters holding Christmas House for kids in need

Granite Falls Firefighters have been gathering donations through different events to help children in need this holiday season.

Kiwanis, Key Club help families for the holidays

Members of the Lake Stevens Kiwanis Club and the Lake Stevens High School Key Club met at Jay’s Market the Saturday before Thanksgiving morning to distribute 20 Thanksgiving Food Baskets to area households.

Lake Stevens High School students holding annual food drive

Lake Stevens High School is having it’s annul Adopt-A-Family Food Drive from Tuesday, Nov. 29 to Thursday, December 15. Last year, the Adopt-A-Family Food Drive raised over 38,000 food items for the Lake Stevens Food Bank and the support of the Lake Stevens Community was nothing short of remarkable.

Crossroad Solution for November 30th, 2011

Crossroad Solution for November 30th, 2011

religion-spiritual

Love Doesn’t Succeed, It Shines.

Keeping the Faith:

school-sports

VIKING FOOTBALL RIDE ENDS VS. SKYVIEW, LAKE TAKES THIRD IN STATE

Lake's magical ride through the State Football Playoffs ended last Saturday night in the Tacoma Dome where the Vikings fell to Skyview of Vancouver, 38-17.

schools

Glenwood students get ride in limo