Articles published Tue, Sep 11, 2012
Edward Jones Financial Advisor hosts Foundations of Investing Seminar
Fear of the unknown sometimes prevents people from investing in the future. Developing an understanding of the basics simplifies the process of getting started in an investment program.
The L.S. Real Estate Report for September 2012
Local design firm turns 17
New SBA platform lets small businesses tell their stories
Election of 2012: Future of Health Care Hangs in the Balance
Forest Service waives fees on National Public Lands Day
Marysville Police Investigating Early Morning Shooting
Human Rights Commission seeks input through survey
Public help also needed for Human Rights Day Observance
Results of the Drive Hammered, Get Nailed Campaign In Snohomish County Announced Today
LAKE IT TO MAKE IT
Goldmark urges extra caution this weekend as wildfire conditions intensify across Eastern Washington
Revenue returns unclaimed property to a record number of claimants (again!)
United Way Announces Spirit of Snohomish County Award Winners
Washington State Awarded $22 Million for Salmon Recovery
Can’t Pay Your Phone Bill?
Skagit County woman fined, will do jail time after pleading guilty to welfare fraud
The Y Encourages Snohomish County Families to Address Healthy Living during Childhood Obesity Awareness Month
Bi-state transportation issues highlight meeting between Washington and Oregon commissions, Sept. 19
Washington and Oregon’s shared transportation system will be the focus of a meeting between the Washington State Transportation Commission and the Oregon Transportation Commission this month in Pendleton, Ore.
Convention Aims to Take Care of the Caregivers
Political parties should be abolished
Many Legislative races have already been decided – but hot races exist here in the 44th District
Laura on Life
YOUR|LETTERS For September 12, 2012
Lake Stevens Police Beat for September 12, 2012
9/11 Memorial ceremony encourages us to never forget
Teaching younger generation of sacrifice important
L.S. Fire Public Education takes on new lead
On September 14 Public Educator Alison Caton will be leaving Lake Stevens Fire to pursue a career in nursing.
Get your child READY! for kindergarten
Let the carpooling begin, but not without some planning!
L.S. Great Race returns
Challenge yourself with the Lake Stevens Great Race on Saturday, September 29, during Oktoberfest weekend. This event is a unique scavenger hunt that takes place in downtown Lake Stevens for various age groups.
Panther Giving Garden provides important lesson for students as well as benefitting the community
Remember the anchor in your life
Religion & Spiritual Thoughts
Vikings beat Tomahawks 45-21