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Articles published Tue, Apr 10, 2012

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aquafest-news

Miss Aquafest looking for participants

Miss Aquafest Pageant 2012 is seeking delegates to join our Royalty and participate in many community events, including three charity events and five parades throughout Snohomish County.

briefs

Cote of L.S. joins United Way of Snohomish County

United Way of Snohomish County is proud to announce the hiring of several new staff members including Chris Cote of Lake Stevens.

Snohomish County Housing Consortium hires new Executive Director

Auchu, former Dairy Queen manager passes away

Timothy Joseph Auchu, the former manager of the Lake Stevens Dairy Queen for over 20 years, passed away suddenly on March 8, 2012 in Everett.

Local businesswomen working together for Boys & Girls Club

What Do Tires and Free Beef Have in Common?

Les Schwab Tire Centers announced the awards for its Free Beef promotion, an exciting promotion that has a 49 year tradition throughout the west.

guest-editorial

Social networking passwords should not be required to get a job

Several news reports have come out stating that prospective employers are asking for Facebook passwords during job interviews surprising job seekers and putting them on the spot at a critical time in their lives.

letters

YOUR|LETTERS April 11, 2012

localentertainment

Get your garden ready

Goodwill offers training courses

Free classes at Marysville Goodwill Job Training and Education Center will be held on May 21 through July 12, twice a week. Students must complete interview and placement test.

news

Fun in the sun, hunting for Easter treasures

City of Lake Stevens closer to completing plans on 20th Street SE

In the last six years the population of Lake Stevens has grown from 6,900 people to just over 28,000 people. This has been achieved through annexations and growth.

Time to remove your studded tires

Paint the Town Purple kicks off Relay for Life

Lake Stevens will soon be decked out in purple to promote Relay for Life of Lake Stevens and to create awareness for cancer research and The American Cancer Society.

Local band looking forward to release of CD

LSF recognizes Paramedic Peterson and Captain Kosiba

Lake Stevens Fire recognized both Paramedic/Firefighter Norm Peterson and Captain Ray Kosiba at a recent recognition ceremony.

religion-spiritual

Reaping the harvest of bad seed

As a then 56-year old, I was given pause for thought when 56-year old Apple CEO Steve Jobs died from pancreatic cancer.

school-sports

Viking’s sweep season series with Monroe

Monday, April 2 Lake Stevens baseball hosted Eastmont of Wenatchee in a non league contest. Lake pulled out a tightly contested 4-3 victory.

schools

LSHS Drama Club Presents Chicago

Lake Stevens High School Drama Club is pleased to present the dazzling musical Chicago, music by Jon Kander; lyrics by Fred Ebb; book by Ebb and Bob Fosse.

L.S. School District recognizes Volunteers of the Year

Join the Lake Stevens School District for an evening of celebration as we honor the talents of our Student Artists and the work of our school volunteers, Tuesday, April 17 at 6 p.m. at the Lake Stevens High School Performing Arts Center.

Skyline kids looking for donations

Skyline Elementary will be having a benefit yard sale on Saturday, May 19 to fund many wonderful programs including Little Hungry Hearts.

LSHS graduate organizing suicide prevention walk

Lake Stevens resident and 2011 LSHS graduate Juliana Borges is organizing an “Out of The Dark” suicide prevention walk at the University of Washington.

sports-local

Lake Stevens’ Special Olympics basketball team wins medals

Lake Stevens’ very own Special Olympics basketball team competed at state competitions in Wenatchee and walked away with three bronze medals and two silver medals.