Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Closet control and coffee clothing exchange
Lake Stevens residents and business owners banded women together to clean out their closets in September.
Business productivity class offered by Chamber
The Greater Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce invites you to join Monika Kristofferson, Professional Organizer and Productivity Consultant to attend her three-part business productivity seminar.
Edward Jones says plan for retirement this week and every week
Contributing to a 401(k) or other employee-sponsored retirement plan, opening an IRA and rebalancing one’s investment portfolio regularly are but three ways in which investors can ring in National Save for Retirement Week, says Sterling Gurney.
Tue, Sep 13, 2011
Sign up your booth for Oktoberfest
The Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce is bringing Oktoberfest to downtown Lake Stevens on October 14 and 15.
Edward Jones to host financial workshop
Edward Jones Financial Advisor Diana Jackson of Lake Stevens will host a “Financial Workshop:
Annual Let’s Get Acquainted section coming soon
Do people still not know you are here? This is the perfect opportunity for you to tell the community that you are here, how long you’ve been in business, your photo, about you, and much more.
Mary Kay consultant becomes Director
Mary Kay Inc. and its subsidiaries provide more than two million women around the world with an unparalleled opportunity for business ownership and personal fulfillment.
Enjoy a weekend of scrapbooking, support Komen Foundation
Scrapville, located in Snohomish Station is hosting a scrapbooking retreat to benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation on October 21 through 23.
Small businesses find support at Sno-Isle Libraries
Some of us don’t take technology for granted. Bill Church, owner of Bow Wow Bill’s Dog Services, lives in an area of Arlington that isn’t wired for Internet access.
Thu, Sep 1, 2011
The Lake Stevens Journal has moved to its new location
1816 South Lake Stevens Rd., Suite 2 Lake Stevens
Tue, Aug 9, 2011
Staples opens in L.S. with ribbon cutting, help to Boys & Girls Club
On Tuesday, July 26, Lake Stevens officially welcomed the brand new 14,000 square foot Staples in Frontier Village. Mayor Vern Little along with other city staff and members of The Greater Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors were on hand to celebrate with the employees and the community.
New spa opens in Lake Stevens
Lake Stevens’ newest spa is now open.
Tue, Jul 12, 2011
One ER opens, another closes
Pacific Campus ER closes, consolidating emergency services to new ER in Providence Regional medical tower on Colby Campus
Local ballroom dance champions open ballroom dance center
Local ballroom dance champion kids Erik Linder, 11 and his dance partner Rickie Taylor, 10, have competed and won more competitions than they can count including winning at Nationals three times.
Edward Jones branch ranks first in Client Service Excellence for the Region
Diana Jackson and Dawn Clark of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Lake Stevens recently received the firm’s Client Service Excellence award for being the No. 1 client service provider in their region.
Steve’s Barber Shop holds re-grand opening
After two decades in downtown Lake Stevens, Steve Iblings, owner of Steve’s Barber Shop, has moved his shop to the Frontier Village area.
Tue, Jun 7, 2011
Health & Safety Fair benefits community
It’s time for the Annual Health & Safety Fair. This event is hosted by Lake Stevens Fire and Lake Stevens Police and will be located in the Albertson’s Parking Lot on Saturday, June 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m
Patricia Brunjes joins Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation Board
Patricia Brunjes, from Clinton, Wash., has been elected to the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation Board of Directors.
Providence opens new $500 million medical tower
Steve’s Barber Shop adds new barber, moves to Frontier Village
Steve’s Lake Stevens Barber shop would like to announce the addition of Susan Hartlage to the team of Lake Stevens Barbers.
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