Articles published Tue, Apr 17, 2012
YOUR LETTERS for April 18, 2012
Lake Stevens Police Beat
Lights and Sirens for April 18th 2012 issue
City of Lake Stevens takes national stage to promote economic development
The beauty and richness of Lake Stevens as a town and as a community will soon come alive for people across the nation when Lake Stevens becomes the focus of the television program “Today in America with Terry Bradshaw.”
Host Families sought for Ironman 70.3 athletes in July
Lake Stevens will be welcoming Ironman 70.3 World Qualifier Event again this year Saturday, July 15.
Local fundraiser for cancer patient
Join Leading Edge Gymnastics in Everett, Wash. for a fun-filled night of gymnastics raising funds for cancer patient Jake Sears.
Why I Relay?
My name is Deborha Petruzzi, Co-Chair Publicity Committee Relay for Life of Lake Stevens 2012. I am a mother of two and have lived in Lake Stevens for eight years. I love to volunteer in my community and I am currently Ms. Washington American Renaissance 2012.
Sunnyside Treatment Plant open for business
Go Green for Earth Day, April 22, 2012
Time to grow for it: Homegrown on your own
Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt another successful year
The Lake Stevens Kiwanis Club held their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday at the Highland Elementary School. Warm weather brought out hundreds of children to greet the Easter Bunny and look for the prize eggs.
Beware of icebergs on Life’s journey
This month marks the one hundredth anniversary of the day that the most famous of all ships carried 1,522 people to their watery graves.
Viking baseball still rising to the top
The Vikings scored 10 runs in the second inning before they made an out and 11 total, on their way to victory in the second game of a three game series against Arlington.
Zumba fun as Relay for Life fundraiser
The Lake Stevens Relay for Life ‘Got Hope?” team will be holding a Zumba fundraiser on Friday, April 27 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the North Lake Middle School Cafeteria.
U15 Volleyball girls go undefeated