Articles published Mon, Dec 14, 2009
Stage 2 burn ban lifted in Snohomish County
Due to improved air-quality conditions, the Stage 2 burn ban for Snohomish County has been lifted. Outdoor residential burning will again be allowed with proper permits from a local fire authority.
a Snohomish County Sheriff’s Deputy initiated a pursuit of a recklessly driven black Honda Civic.
Take precautions now against winter weather
Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon is urging residents to take precautions against unusually cold temperatures that are expected to remain in the area at least through the weekend.
No magic wand, only hard choices
In our state, the governor must submit a balanced budget to the Legislature. That means government spending must equal tax collections. Unlike Congress, we cannot borrow or print money.
Letter From Santa
I am Santa Claus and, for once, I am going to break with tradition this year and get a few things off my chest. As the parents of the children who receive my gifts every year, I was hoping you could tell me what you think about some ideas I have.
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Letters to the Editor December 16th, 2009
Baby, it’s cold outside
Temperatures dip into the single digits
G.F. teen killed in car crash
Memorial set-up by Granite Falls High School students
Pearl Harbor veterans remembered at Naval Station Everett
Hope proposes law changes to prevent future police murders
Legislation would restrict setting bail for suspects tried for third strike
Letters from home provide comfort to WWII servicement
During World War II there was a man in Lake Stevens, Charlie Cobert the town banker, who started “Home Front News”. This was a collection of letters and stories about and from the residents of Lake Stevens.
Christmas will be a little brighter for local employees
L.S. Chevron shares the wealth
SR-9 summit shores up a combined transportation agenda
Red Cross offers holiday and cold weather safety tips
Community gathers to raise money for local family batteling cancer
The Lake Stevens community gathered on Saturday, Dec. 12 for the Jingle Bell Jog to benefit the Devin Wood family. There was a raffle, Santa photos, refreshments and of course, the jogging.
Inspirational artist Kim Hill sings in Lake Stevens
Help Needed for Everett Family
Wednesday Dec,9th The family woke up to utter chaos’s ,as a fire ripped through the Spencer’s family home at about 6:30 am. Near the 2100 block of Summit Ave in Everett.
Viking wrestler starts the season 3 - 0
Vikings win at Arlington, Stanwood
Lake Stevens took a big step towards defending its Wesco North title with a pair of key road wins last week, winning at Arlington 68-56 on Dec. 8 and at Stanwood 64-55 on Dec. 11. The wins gave Lake a 2-0 league mark, 3-0 overall.