Articles published Tue, Feb 21, 2012
Westbound I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass to reopen at 9:30 a.m. from the summit
Eastbound remains closed due to extreme avalanche danger
Expert panel confirms viaduct replacement on schedule, on budget
An independent expert review panel, requested by the state Legislature, found that the Washington State Department of Transportation’s Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement program is on schedule and budget and can be successfully completed.
Report: Consumer Info At Risk in Overseas Call Centers
CWA Legislative Director Shane Larson says they've detailed the economic damage done to communities when jobs are shipped overseas, and documented instances of fraud directly related to employees in overseas call centers.
Why should you attend your local caucus?
We’ve been hearing about it for months now, caucuses and campaigns going on all over the country in the battle to win the Republican nomination for President.
On K-12 education, Washington Supreme Court makes itself a super-legislature
Last month the state Supreme Court decided in McCleary v. State of Washington that lawmakers have failed to provide enough money to K-12 education to fulfill constitutional requirements.
YOUR|LETTERS for February 22, 2012
YOUR|LETTERS for February 22, 2012
Lights and Sirens for February 22, 2012 issue
Lake Stevens Police Beat
Community School Tour with Superintendent Cook
The first schools tour event with the superintendent occurred last Wednesday, Feb. 22 and five community members signed up to personally see learning and students in action.
Register your American Cancer Society Relay For Life Team today
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life® of Lake Stevens gives everyone in the community a chance to help the organization save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays
Relay for Life announces a Wedding at Lake Stevens Relay
Enter to win the wedding of a lifetime
Epidemic continues: Free whooping cough shots for adults, Feb. 25
Free Saturday clinic 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Volunteers needed for LSHS Senior Culminating Exhibition presentations
Lake Stevens High School is seeking community members interested in viewing student Culminating Exhibitions along with staff members.
February Is American Heart Month
Heart attacks take a life every 60 seconds - learn how to cut your risk
Hillcrest student goes to Olympia for Gifted Education Day
On Monday, January 23, Cora Rose Hannigan from Ms. Fiske’s fourth grade class at Hillcrest Elementary traveled with her family to Olympia to represent Washington State’s highly capable students.
Republican Caucuses to be held March 3, attend to vote
Due to budget cuts, the State Presidential Primary has been cancelled this year.
Prosecutor appealing court decision after L.S. police officer conviction
It all started in October of 2009 when Lake Stevens Police Officer at Stevenson was arrested for a DUI in Seattle while visiting family.
Mitchell, Hatlan honored for work at L.S. Sewer District
A room full of friends, family and co-workers of Jim Mitchell and Jack Hatlan applauded the two men for the decades of service as Commissioners of the Lake Stevens Sewer District.
Keeping the Faith: Step into the water
I met Candice on a Florida sidewalk while walking to the beach. She was a young, blonde, attractive woman, and she was hovering close behind me as if she had something to say.
Vikings take fifth at Mat Classic
Viking basketball: Girls nab trifecta, boys keep on truckin’
Viking girls earned their third consecutive District Tournament title last Friday, beating Jackson 53-48 in Arlington.