Articles published Mon, Feb 7, 2011
County leadership hosting third annual training for board members
This training is designed for non-profit board members. Any non-profit organization can send board members to this training.
Hope proposes job creation incentives
The state of Ohio has introduced several proposals to motivate employers to hire new employees and fill empty buildings on Main Street. Now Rep. Mike Hope, R-Lake Stevens, wants to bring those same ideas to Washington state.
County’s new economic enterprise announces Troy McClelland as first CEO
County’s newly created economic vitality enterprise announced today that it has named Troy McClelland to serve as its first Chief Executive Officer and President.
Local property manager joins national association
Lake Stevens’ Becky Daily of Impact Property Management a local leader in the residential property management field, recently was accepted as a member of the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM®), joining more than 3,000 residential property managers from throughout the United States.
Wells Fargo names Hatfield Snohomish Community Banking district manager
Banking veteran and Wahington native takes over local district
Lawsuit Threatened to Save Giant Turtles Off Pacific Coast
A lawsuit is being threatened to force the federal government to do more to protect giant sea turtles along the Pacific coastline.
State Budget Cuts Create Challenges for Would-Be U.S. Citizens
Several hundred people lined up in three Washington cities this weekend at free clinics to learn more about becoming United States citizens.
Nighttime closures of one direction of the SR 520 bridge continue next week
Nighttime drivers planning to use State Route 520 should plan to take alternate routes across and around Lake Washington next week as crews working for WSDOT continue to install tolling equipment on the SR 520 bridge.
Free HIV tests Feb 7 & 8: 2011 National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Could Jayme Biendl’s death been avoided?
Since the senseless murder of Corrections Officer Jayme Biendl on January 29, many are left wondering how this could have happened. Is there really just one correct answer?
Spare Me the Dirty Laundry
Washington has an opportunity to design a patient-directed health insurance exchange
GUEST | EDITORIAL
YOUR | LETTERS -February 9, 2011
YOUR | LETTERS
Lights and Sirens
The police department responded to 552 incidents in the week of January 31, 2011 through February 5, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Locals travel to Guatemala to help villages in need
Lake Stevens Rotary Club helping in sponsoring of clinic
Viking boys split with Monroe and Marysville in Wesco games
Headed for playoffs
Why I Relay
Relay For Life. It is something that truly is life changing. You won’t believe it until you have lived it, but it truly is.
Lake Stevens Hi-Q Team seeks Academic Quiz Championship
Columbia Bank opens new branch in Everett
Marci Miller Appointed Vice President and Branch Manager
The Everett Clinic receives national recognition
Named to FORTUNE Magazine’s Top 100 Companies to Work For
Keeping the Faith:
There is a word and condition I have grown to hate like few others: Cancer.
Break the Bank; We’ll All Be Richer for It
Diabetes: Have you been screened lately?
L.S. wins 4A Northwest District Wrestling Championship
The Lake Stevens Viking Wrestlers won their 12th straight, 20 out of 21, 4A NW District Wrestling Championship this past weekend with a score of 360.5 points over second place Marysville-Pilchuck with 332 and third place Snohomish with 293.
Lake Stevens sixth grade girls win MLK tournament
Lake Stevens Basketball Club’s sixthGrade Purple and sixth Grade Gold teams participated in the annual MLK Tournament in Port Angeles.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST BALLET PRESENTS A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
Lake swimmer helps send college team to championships
With the WAC Championship coming up, there is a lot of buzz going around that the New Mexico State swimming and diving team has a good chance at capturing its first title.
Storm Aquatics holds food drive and pool party
On Friday, Jan. 7, 2011, Storm Aquatics, our local non-profit competitive swim team hosted a Community Food Drive and Pool Party to help replenish supplies after the holidays at both the Lake Stevens and Snohomish Food Banks.