Articles published Mon, Apr 11, 2011
It’s time to be thinking about Aquafest 2011
Aquarun 2011 welcomes changes
This year’s Aquarun will take place at Aquafest Saturday July 30 with a 5K and 10K course and a Kid’s Fun Run.
L.S. Center transportation circulation plan
The commercial area surrounding SR 9 and SR 204 is an important business center for the community for goods and services and providing an economic base for City services.
Cathy Reines, CEO & President of First Heritage Bank responds to publication of PCA directive A
Steve’s Barber Shop moving to Frontier Village
L.S. American Legion honored with awards
April Chamber Business News
SR 520 tolling start date dependent on successful testing of equipment and systems
At least six weeks of rigorous testing of equipment and systems for tolling of the SR 520 bridge are planned to begin next week, and if successful, a toll start date will be set, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) said today
Equal Pay Day: WA Women Play Catch-up
What men earn in a five-day work week takes women, on average, seven days to earn. This week, Tuesday is "Equal Pay Day," a date marked every year by workers' and women's rights groups as the point at which a woman's pay "catches up" to a man's pay from the previous year.
How to Declutter Your Home and Breathe Easy
A tax by any other name….
Washington voters have made it more difficult for state lawmakers to hike taxes by requiring a two-thirds majority to do so.
Swiss Family Snyder
Letters to the Editor - April 13, 2011
Lights and Sirens - April -13 issue.
The police department responded to 658 incidents in the week of March 27, 2011 through April 2, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Relay has more to come
Purple began popping up everywhere in Lake Stevens last week, the color craze seemed to take on a life of its own. It’s meaning came together on Saturday when Relay for Life Lake Stevens held its first annual Paint the Town Purple event in North Cove Park.
LSHS Grad inducted into UW Varsity Boat Club
Longtime Lake Stevens resident Carlie Elledge is on to a successful college career at the University of Washington and was inducted into the University of Washington Varsity Boat Club.
Prepare for repairs on 20th Street SE
The west end of 20th Street SE, west of Cavalero Road, has a section of roadway pavement that has been in poor condition for the past several years.
Commission volunteer opportunities
The City of Lake Stevens is seeking applicants for one vacant and one upcoming vacancy on the Police Civil Service Commission.
Showcase Lake Stevens coming soon
Get ready for the sixth Annual Greater Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce Showcase Lake Stevens, the annual business and community expo.
Lake Stevens Little League needs your help
Reps. Hope and Dunshee team up for special education
The Washington State Senate on April 5 unanimously passed a bill sponsored by 44th District lawmakers to ease requirements on special education assessments.
Host family needed in Lake Stevens
A host family is needed for a foreign exchange student who will be attending Lake Stevens High School the 2011/2012 school year.
Sudoku Answers for April 13 issue
Local businessman makes his television debut
ake Stevens resident, Ben Surdi, is featured on an upcoming episode of Biz Kid$, the Emmy Award-winning national public television series that teaches school-aged kids about money and business.
Sometimes, just showing up is enough
Keeping the Faith:
The Pickled Pain of the Past
Hearing Aid Assistance for Seniors in Need