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Articles published Tue, Aug 21, 2012

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county-state

A SPORTING ADVANTAGE

Volunteers needed for annual state bicycle and pedestrian count

WSDOT hopes to enlist more than 300 volunteers

editorial

A little kindness can go a long way

Journal Editorial

letters

YOUR|LETTERS for August 22, 2012

YOUR|LETTERS

news

Croner brothers bring gravity racer ‘home’

Boys fulfill a dream while creating more memories

Fire Department Connection thefts costly to property owners

On August 13 the Fire Department connection to the Walgreens store located at 718 - 91st Avenue NE was stolen.

Guns ‘n Hoses softball challenge returns

Make plans to attend the second annual Guns ‘n Hoses Softball Challenge scheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday, August 25 at the Lake Stevens High School baseball field.

Olliges earns Eagle Scout rank

This year marks the centennial anniversary of the Eagle Scout Award, the highest rank a member of the Boy Scouts of America can achieve.

Prepare for road closures in Lake Stevens area

Family Center opens outreach site in G.F.

Granite Falls Family Support Outreach site, located at 9424 Portage Avenue, will open its doors Wednesday, August 22, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

school-sports

LSHS football players lend a helping hand

The football players helped McAvoy move items into his home when he was unable to after having back surgery. McAvoy said, “this is a huge help for me, there is no way I could of done this without their help.”

schools

Early Release Fridays extended

Early release Fridays have changed from a 60 minute early release to an 85 minute early release for all Lake Stevens schools.

sports-local

Professional basketball is coming to Cavelero