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Articles published Tue, Mar 13, 2012

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Kevin Lockard takes over local Edward Jones branch office

"We're very proud to have Kevin represent us in Lake Stevens," said Jim Weddle, the firm's managing partner.

Local businesswomen working together for Boys & Girls Club

Interior Designer Kelly DuByne and Professional Organizer Monika Kristofferson are sponsoring Declutter, Decorate, Desserts & Donations For a Cause to benefit Lake Steven Boys & Girls Club.

New officers join the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation Board

The Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation elected four new officers to the Board of Directors at the January 2012 Board meeting.

Sears celebrates Eye Health month

Did you know that four out of five students have undetected vision problems according to the American Optometric Association?

Elle Marie Hair Studio named to the 2012 Salon Today 200 by Salon Today Magazine

Elle Marie Hair Studio owned by Colleen Buck, Jody Bossert and Lorry Green recently was named to the SALON TODAY 200 by SALON TODAY magazine, the top business publication for salon and spa owners.

New website with blood pressure monitors, lifesaving information

Blood Pressure Monitors-quality, automatic, digital with smart technology-made easy to use at home.

Pacific West announces second location in L.S.

Pacific West Performing Arts, also known as PacWest Dance, announces that a second location opened on Monday, March 5. PacWest has been a prominent member of the Snohomish community since 2004, bringing the recreational and competitive side of dance to hundreds of local children.


Free Health & Beauty Fair, March 17

Empowering African American women to make their health a top priority

Federal Railroad Administration, WSDOT and Seattle kick off next phase of King Street Station restoration

SEATTLE – Join officials from the Federal Railroad Administration, Washington State Department of Transportation and city of Seattle to tour recently-completed King Street Station passenger ticketing and baggage area improvements and find out about what’s coming next.


Social Security: The hot potato no one wants to touch

As Congress continues to struggle with our nation’s massive $15 trillion debt, another looming crisis has slipped off the radar screen: Social Security.





Family Center offers holistic approach to helping families

Hope to mentor outreach facilities in neighboring communities

Eighth graders learn about Holocaust first-hand

Studying about World War II and the Holocaust is part of the curriculum at Cavelero Mid High School and while eighth grade students are reading either “The Diary of a Young Girl” by Anne Frank or “Night” by Elie Wiesel, hearing from a survivor brings the students closer to understanding what truly went on.

36th Street NE Roadway scheduled for repair

If you’ve driven down 36th Street NE, just east of Grade Road, you are aware that a section of the road has been closed to a single lane for some time.

Luck won’t stop DUI arrests on St. Patrick’s Day

Police agencies including the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office will be looking for impaired drivers from March 5 through March 18 during the Saint Patrick’s “Drive Hammered, Get Nailed” campaign thanks to an overtime grant sponsored through the Washington Traffic Safety Commission.

Deputy Chief Huff reads to kindergarten students at Highland

Local leaders read to kids during Literacy Week

LSFC Youth Advisory Council holding annual youth forum

The Lake Stevens Family Center Youth Advisory Council will be hosting a Youth Forum addressing the issue of cyber-harassment, cyber-bullying, and other dangers of the internet through various social media.

Boys & Girls Club benefits from Kiwanis’, community

Kyle McCroskey earns the rank of Eagle Scout

Lake Stevens resident Kyle McCroskey earned his Eagle Scout ranking. McCroskey’s Eagle Scout project was for the Lake Stevens Fire Department Station 83 out in Machias.

LSHS History teacher earns award

The Marcus Whitman Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution selected Mr. James Talley of Lake Stevens High School as chapter winner of the 2012 Outstanding American History Teacher award.

Blooms Around the Lake coming soon

In 2004 the Lake Stevens Arts Commission created a garden contest for the community-wide summer festival, Aquafest.

Host families needed for students

Compass USA is sending 20 high school girls from Tokyo, Japan to Lake Stevens this summer.

Sudoku answers for March 14th 2012 issue

Sudoku answers


Ashley Pointe holds Veteran benefit information seminar

Do we prove we are Christian by the way we live?

On a recent Sunday morning I asked if anyone knew which movie this quote was from: “It’s not who we are underneath, it’s what we do that defines us.” Got it yet?


Students at LSHS ready for annual plant sale, mark your calendar

FFA students are busy planting seeds and preparing the greenhouses for the LSHS Annual Plant Sale. Dates are set for Thursday through Saturday beginning April 26 and ending May 12.


Fusion basketball wins championship

Lake VBC U14 claims silver division

The 2012 Lake VBC U14-Blue team is proving to be a force to be reckoned with.