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editorial

What’s in your medicine cabinet?

JOURNAL | EDITORIAL

guest-editorial

Our initiative process needs to change

GUEST | EDITORIAL

letters

YOUR | LETTERS for February 1, 2012 issue

YOUR | LETTERS

news

Coaches vs. Cancer brings crowds, cash

Vikings support the fight against cancer

Local Machinist honored as ‘Real Hero’ by Red Cross

It happened in the blink of an eye, like so many accidents do.

Dr. Cerven offering free sealant for kids

Kids need dental care just as much as adults, so much so that they have declared February National Children's Dental Health Month.

Lake Stevens High School students share their SOUL for underprivileged, abused children

Lake Stevens High School sophomores Bridgette Sullivan and Angela Stemler have set out on a mission to change the lives of abused and underprivileged children.

CHASING TAILS A FISH REPORT

A bad day of fishing is better than a good day at work.

Kiwanis benefit for Boys & Girls Club

Write it on your calendar and get ready to help out the Boys & Girls club by attending a spaghetti dinner prepared by Buzz Inn’s own Chef Tony.

Cell phone recycling helps domestic violence victims

Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County is recycling cell phones. Cell phones even without service can call 911 when charged. Cell phones may be given to victims of domestic violence to keep them safe.

Host families needed for exchange student program

Explore new cultures without leaving your home.

religion-spiritual

Keeping the Faith:

It must be raining

school-sports

Wrestlers win Wesco North

Lake Stevens’ wrestlers finished Wesco North competition this past week defeating Monroe 74-6 on Tuesday and Marysville 56-24 on Thursday to wrap up their 4th straight Wesco North Championship.

VIKING BOYS, GIRLS EACH TIE FOR WESCO NORTH BASKETBALL LEAD

Jackson 67 at Lake Stevens

schools

LSHS Hi-Q Team seeks academic quiz championship

Lake Stevens High School’s Hi-Q team has started three months of intense academic competition, hoping to win the 2012 championship trophy.