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Articles from the September 10, 2013 edition

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 By Mike Anderton    Sports    September 10, 2013

Vikings lose to Glacier Peak in first game of season

In a season-opening non-league battle between teams favored to win their respective Wesco divisions Glacier Peak edged out homestanding Lake Stevens 24-20 last Friday night. A packed house under a…

 By Dr. James L. Snyder    Columns    September 10, 2013

OUT OT PASTOR | Some mysteries are tough to solve

For my wife’s birthday (I am not allowed to mention which one) I surprised her with round trip tickets to her family reunion in upper New York State. Out of courtesy to her, I elected not to include myself in her little vacation. After all, it…

 By Journal Staff    News    September 10, 2013

Three community discussions on bullying for Sno-Isle Libraries

Did you know Washington state has the fifth highest level of reported bullying in the country? Bullying is not just a problem for children in schools or on the sports field. It is also a problem that affects their parents and adults in the…

 By Journal Staff    News    September 10, 2013

The chicken is back – just in time for Homecoming

After 20 years the infamous Lake Stevens Chicken is finally back in the hands of one of the town’s native sons, Shane McDaniel. The new owner of the historical bird says it will proudly go on…

 By Journal Staff    News    September 10, 2013

Sustainable living workshop series

Learn from top designers how to transform your landscape into your dream garden Come and learn from top designers how to transform your landscape into your dream garden, with less maintenance, cost, and impact on the environment. You will have a…

 By Pam Stevens    News    September 10, 2013

Remembering September 11

American Legion Post 181 hosted the annual September 11 Memorial Service in downtown Lake Stevens on Saturday, Sept. 7 at the Lake Stevens Fire Station. Post Commander Tony Morea along with Lake…

 By Pam Stevens    News    September 10, 2013

Lake Stevens first stop for new plane that delivers to needy around the world

On a beautiful Sunday afternoon, Lake Stevens residents Denny and Darlene Brawford welcomed dozens of donors and supporters of Mission Aviation Fellowship, a company based out of Nampa, Idaho that…

 By Journal Staff    News    September 10, 2013

Keep children safe as they go back to school

With summer coming to an end and the start of the school year just around the corner, Lake Stevens Fire and Safe Kids Snohomish County remind parents and drivers to do their part to keep children safe as they go back to school. Parents should be…

 News    September 10, 2013

Holy Cross Catholic Church had their annual potato harvest

Sixty five volunteers showed up on a beautiful day to harvest over 70,000 pounds of potatoes, that’s 35 tons, that will be given to local food agencies….

 By Journal Staff    News    September 10, 2013

Community invited to help annual Day of Service

On Saturday, Sept. 14 the community is invited to join with members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to serve in the Lake Stevens community. Projects will begin at Lundeen Park. Projects will take place at Lundeen Park and all ages…

 By Journal Staff    News    September 10, 2013

Boeing and United Way distribute $25,000 to streamline operations at local nonprofits

Five Snohomish County nonprofits will be learning about spaghetti charts, value stream mapping, kaizen and 5S over the next several months in an effort to streamline or “Lean” the delivery of services. The $25,000 in grants, funded by…

 By Don C. Brunell    Opinions    September 10, 2013

Different strategy, same results

There’s an old saying, “There’s more than one way to catch a cat.” It means, if you don’t succeed one way, try again using a different strategy. In this case, the “cat” is the Columbia River — or more…

 By Pam Stevens    Opinions    September 10, 2013

Remembering September 11

I was lying in bed cuddling with my two-year-old little girl when I received a phone call from a friend. She was frantic asking me if I’d seen the television that morning. I said no and flipped on the TV. Of course every channel was covering…

 By Journal Staff    News    September 10, 2013

Edward Jones hosts Ladies’ Club

Diana Jackson of Edward Jones in downtown Lake Stevens and the Lakeshore Ladies Investment Club want to invite you to attend their next event coming next week. The event is a place for women to meet and discuss events, the economy and investing, in…

 By Journal Staff    News    September 10, 2013

Rover’s Day Ranch offering new classes

Lake Stevens own Rover’s Day Ranch is now offering a new activity for dogs. They are now offering dog agility training on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Rover’s owner Winnie Simon has 13 years of…

 By Journal Staff    News    September 10, 2013

Roland Feltner, MD, joins Snohomish Clinic

Providence Medical Group welcomes Roland Feltner, MD, Family Medicine Physician to its Snohomish Primary Care Clinic. Dr. Feltner has been practicing family medicine in Everett for over twenty years and enjoys helping patients achieve their best…

 By Steve Strong    News    September 10, 2013

L.S. Real Estate Report

The Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS) reports that the median value for the month of August declined from the previous month while inventory increased. Yet sales continue to do well in Lake Stevens with 68 closed sales, up from last month&rs…;

 By Journal Staff    News    September 10, 2013

Gynecologic Oncologist Joshua Press, MD, joins Providence

Providence Medical Group welcomes Joshua Press, MD, Gynecologic Oncologist to its Colby Campus 1717 Building. Dr. Press’ aim is to be a leader in providing thorough, innovative and compassionate care for women with or who are at-risk for…

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