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guest-editorial

Export-Import Bank fuels trade and job growth

It started in 1935 with a $3.8 million loan to Cuba for the purchase of U.S. silver ingots. That loan, backed by the U.S. government, was the beginning of the Export-Import Bank. Today, the bank helps finance export sales by thousands of U.S. manufacturers.

letters

YOUR|LETTERS-March 28, 2012

YOUR|LETTERS-March 28, 2012

lightsandsirens

Lights and Sirens - March 28, 2012

The police department responded to 623 incidents in the week of March 11, 2012 through March 17, 2012. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:

news

Lake Stevens High School loses beloved teacher

Community mourns the loss of a great man, leader

Larsen spends time with AP Government students

On Tuesday, March 13, during one of Congressman Larsen’s visits to his home district, Larsen carved out two hours to spend with roughly 50 senior students. The students were well prepared for the visit and armed with a wide variety of questions.

PUD partnerships help LS School District

The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized the Lake Stevens School District with its “Energy Star Leader” Award for building energy efficiency.

Bark For Life coming to Lake Stevens

The American Cancer Society Bark For Life honors the caregiver qualities of canine companions and is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness in the fight against cancer.

Ironman Triathlon looking for volunteers

The Lake Stevens Triathlon is looking for volunteers for the 2012 event which takes place in Lake Stevens on Sunday, July 15.

Lake Stevens teacher named Technical Teacher of the Year

Kit Shanholtzer, engineering teacher at Lake Stevens High School, was just named Washington State Industrial Technical Educators Association Teacher of the Year.

Granite Falls holds annual Turkey Shoot

Granite Falls Sportsmen’s Club (GFSC) located at 20319 Gun Club Rd. is holding the 47th Annual Spring Turkey Shoot on Sunday, April 1 at 10 a.m.

profiles

Larsen Christopherson Benefits Group Inc

Keeping you ahead of the Curve

Crystal Garnes

Making smiles healthier

Tender Touch Dog Grooming

The good, the bad & the ugly

Kids Way

Helping children learn

Elle Marie

Owning my own business

Dr.Janet Miesel Lake Stevens Implants & Periodontics

religion-spiritual

Shake your head, not your fingers

I am making progress in this world of technology

sports-local

LSHS baseball off to a rough start, moving ahead

The 2012 LSHS baseball team got off to a rough start before the season even began.

Cavelero Colts win wrestling championship

The Cavelero Colts Wrestling team completed their season by winning the 2012 South – East County Middle School Wrestling Championships held Thursday, March 15 at Snohomish High School.