Articles published Tue, Jul 13, 2010
G.F. Alfy’s Pizza owners celebrate two years in local pizza biz
Sherri Pribble-Jones and her family bought the Granite Falls Alfy’s Pizza just two short years ago and in that time they have become a fixture in the Granite Falls community providing great food and hours of service to many within the town.
Designer earns color certification
Haggen’s Helps Raise $42,283 for Seattle Children’s Hospital
Customers of Haggen Food & Pharmacy and TOP Food & Drug stores recently donated $42,283 to Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Heating bill assistance still available
L.S. Railroad collecting food at Downtown Farmer’s Market
Beginning now patrons of the weekly Farmer’s Market can help their neighbors in need while they enjoy music on the lake, delicious organic produce and fresh flowers.
Music teachers honored at convention
Washington State Music Teachers’ Association held their annual convention from June 21 to June 25 in Olympia.
Yachtsmen Outboards opens
Chamber Business News July 2010
A refresher course in roundabout etiquette
Voters Can Reset Government This Fall
The lame argument of this election year is if private stores like Costco are allowed to sell liquor, underage drinking will explode.
Your Letters for July 14, 2010
Letters to the Editor
LSHS stadium right on schedule
New stadium kicks off new school year
Sewer District receives award from Ecology Department for fifth year in a row
Construction of new treatment facility on track
Rotary hosts visitors from India through Group Study Exchange
Rotary International is known throughout the world as a service organization that helps combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.
Local women team up to raise money for breast cancer awareness
Lake Stevens residents Betsy Hunt and Judy Haedt are holding a yard sale to help fund breast cancer research and screening. Items at the yard sale include crafts, sports equipment, tools and more.
Red cross encourages safety during days of excessive heat
Temperatures are rising and the Red Cross has some tips that will help people and pets stay safe in the sunshine.
Remembering a life well lived
The sports world is mourning the death of a true legend.