Articles published Tue, Oct 13, 2009
Local credit union is now part of network
Members Can Now Utilize More Than 28K Surcharge-FREE ATMs 24/7
Local interior design business turns 14
The Sun Room has new owners
Tastefully Simple has a new representative
Design team now offering classes
Air search continues in Snohomish County for missing pilot and his Taylorcraft airplane
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Aviation continues the air search for missing pilot, Gordon Last, and his Taylorcraft two-seat airplane. Last has been missing since Saturday, Oct. 10.
I-1033 Opponents Hope for Strength in Numbers
One of the hottest issues on the upcoming ballot in Washington is Initiative 1033, which would hold the state, cities and counties to strict limits on the amount of income they can raise through taxes.
October 14 Letters
Community candidate forum educates local voters
Do you know who you’re voting for?
Granite Falls Candidate Q&A
Southwest Annexation Q & A
For those of you in the proposed Southwest Annexation area of Lake Stevens, here are few simple questions and answers to help guide you through how this annexation affects you.
Level 3 sex offender moves to Lake Stevens
Sheriff’s Office holding meeting
Halloween Chili Cook-off to benefit local families in need
This year’s Family Safe Downtown Halloween celebration will include a Chili Cook-Off sure to chase away the chill of a crisp October night.
Granite Falls School District announces late start days
LDS Church opens its door in Granite Falls
Public open house this Sunday
Local Girl Scouts holding Locks of Love event
Lake Stevens Girl Scout Troop 40830 along with Service Unit 210 will be holding a Locks of Love event on Saturday, May 15 from 10 a.m. to noon at Lake Stevens High School.
Woman blends cupcakes and fundraising for 40th birthday
Ending politics at the water’s edge and preserving the old united front Kevin Hulten
Growing up, every class had one – the guy who made a mission of rooting against your favorite sports teams just because. This “guy” may or may not have had a team of his own – that didn’t matter.
Improved Vikings lose at Marysville, 36-20
The effort, and for the most part the execution, was vastly improved over the previous week’s collapse against Jackson but Lake still lost at Marysville last Friday, 36-20.
L.S. takes both boys, girls titles at Fort Worden Invitational
The Viking cross-country teams had one of their best racing days in years. The teams have been doing well recently, but Saturday was a special day.