Articles published Mon, May 9, 2011
Koster and Gipson to speak at Chamber Leadership Breakfast
Banner Bank renews contract
Quantivate LLC, the leading provider of web-based business continuity, vendor management, and enterprise risk management software; today announced that Banner Bank, a Washington-chartered commercial bank that conducts business from 86 locations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, has renewed its contract with Quantivate for Business Continuity software and services.
New driving school opens in Marysville
On May 2, 9-1-1 Driving School opened up in Marysville. The school was opened by local police officers. The classes are taught by police officers whose training, knowledge and experience are unmatched.
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City of L.S. earns Well City Award
The City of Lake Stevens recently earned a Well City Award from the Association of Washington Cities (AWC) Employee Benefit Trust, one of 82 cities receiving the award. The award is based on meeting stringent best practice standards in employee health promotion.
Chamber News-May 2011
Lake Stevens Chamber
REDISTRICTING COMMISSION SCHEDULES PUBLIC FORUMS
Reardon keeps pledge to stimulate job growth, investment
It's Health Checkup Day for WA Women
This is National Women's Checkup Day, a reminder that preventing health problems is a better, and less expensive, strategy than waiting until they become problems.
Final Chapter in NW Salmon Showdown?
PORTLAND, Ore. - Today in a Portland courtroom, final arguments are being presented in a case that could determine the future of salmon in the Northwest.
Where is the death certificate, Mr. President?
GUEST | EDITORIAL
The Apocalypse Bag
YOUR LETTERS - May 11-2011
Your letters for May 11, 2011 issue
Service groups honor outstanding members
Sahlbom awarded Legionnaire of the Decade
The depths of drug use – the good news
It reads like an oxymoron—“The depths of drug use —the good news” however, it is true that here in Lake Stevens our students seem to be well informed about what using drugs can and will do to them and their futures.
Pilchuck students Relay for Relay
Students and staff at Mt. Pilchuck Elementary walked the track behind their school all day last Friday, May 6.
Huxford, ACS Research Scholar Grant recipient to speak on cancer research at Relay for Life Lake Stevens
Dr. Tom Huxford will be guest speaker at Relay for Life Lake Stevens on Saturday, May 14. Huxford is an American Cancer Society Research Scholar Grant recipient and will bring a wealth of information about his work in cancer research including how close they are to finding cures for cancer.
City holds annual Spring Clean-up
On Saturday, May 21, the City of Lake Stevens will be hosting its annual Spring Cleaning Day Event.
Highland vs. Sunnycrest
Schools help out Relay for Life
First ever Youth Fitness Expo
Rotary hosts Study Exchange Team from Northern Ireland
Lake welcomes more fish with planting
Triploid trout are bred to be fast growing sterile fish and have been recorded to grow with poundage into the teens.
Showcase Lake Stevens had something for everyone
Car seat check stations available at Lake Stevens Fire
Did you know car crashes are the leading cause of death for children from three to 14 years old? Many of these deaths can be prevented.
In the story “The depths of drug use” in last week’s Journal there was some confusion regarding OxyContin. Here are the facts regarding oxycodone and OxyContin:
Lake Stevens Athletic Club now open
Nursing, a truly thankless job
After visiting a friend of mine in the hospital, I stopped at the station to chat with a nurse. Five months ago I had occupied the room across the hall as I recovered from knee replacement surgery. With a little nostalgia in my voice, I told her. “Knee replacement?” she smiled, since this was an orthopedic wing.
Rock Bands coming to Seattle and beyond