Articles published Tue, Jun 19, 2012
Advertise in our upcoming Aquafest guide
The award winning Official Aquafest Program Guide will be out on July 25.
Friends of Library annual book sale
Don’t forget to stop by the Friends of Lake Stevens Library’s annual Aquafest Book Sale throughout Aquafest weekend.
Miss Aquafest gallery can now be viewed
You can view or order photos from the 2012 Miss Aquafest Pageant online.
Get ready for the Aquafest Boat Parade
Got Lake? We do! Please join local sponsors Snohomish Valley Roofing and SVR Construction Services at the 2012 Aquafest Boat Parade.
It’s time again for a Lake Stevens roundabout review
It’s strange to me that drivers are consistently having trouble maneuvering their way through our roundabouts, however, it seems that every time I travel through one someone seems to be holding up traffic or questioning exactly what they should be doing.
Supreme Court will have another shot at the four-time voter-approved 2/3 requirement for tax increases
In a decision that guarantees the state’s 18 year old voter-approved 2/3 vote requirement for tax increases will remain at the forefront of the public debate, King County Superior Court Judge Bruce Heller ruled today the tax protection requirement is unconstitutional
Letters to the Editor
Congrats 2012 Graduates
Lake Stevens High School graduates at the 2012 graduation ceremony.
Personius shows off her talent in college softball
Whether at Lake Stevens High School or at the Aquafest Celebrity Softball game, Alona Personius always puts her best into the local sports she plays.
It’s time to renew: 2012 boat decals
Police Marine Law prepare for Operation Drywater
Recreational boating fatalities last year jumped to their highest levels since 1998 and boating under the influence (BUI) was the leading contributing factor, according to the U.S. Coast Guard’s report, 2011 Recreational Boating Statistics.
Food Bank, Senior get $500 from Albertsons
Albertson’s celebrated their re-grand opening on Wednesday, June 6 with a check for $500 to the Lake Stevens Food Bank.
Children’s writer announces publication of latest book, “Weaving Magic”
“Weaving Magic” is a romance for teens and is set in the Skagit Valley. He loves magic. She loves romance. But the biggest illusion is the one Shantel and Christopher perform together.
Road closures on SR9/SR92
WSDOT has adjusted the full weekend closure of the SR 9/SR 92 intersection to take place over two weekends, instead of just one.
Keeping the Faith:
Big, Fat, Expensive Weddings
New local website for genealogy
Lake Stevens local wins 3000 meter steeplechase
U13-Blue wins championship
Lake VBC U13-Blue finished their season in exciting fashion by defeating a team from California 22-20 in the third set to capture the U13 Division Championship at the NW Juniors Memorial Day Classic.
Thomas to be inducted into Snohomish County Hall of Fame
Steve Thompson, a Lake Stevens High School football and basketball player who played defensive end at the University of Washington and played on the 1969 New York Jets Super Bowl III team, will be inducted into the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame.
HomeLink looking for K-1 students
Parents of K-1 students looking for an alternative to traditional public school should consider HomeLink Parent Partnership Program in Lake Stevens.
Foster receives 2012 DELAKB® Agriculture Accomplishment Award
Benjamin (BJ) Foster, a senior at Lake Stevens High School, was recently presented the school’s highest agriculture honor, the DELKAB Agricultural Accomplishment Award, sponsored by Monsanto Company.
Local youth honored for service on YAC
On Friday, June 1, during the final meeting of the year for the Youth Advisory Council in Lake Stevens, City Councilman Kim Daughtry presented six of the Senior members with the prestigious Presidential Volunteer Service Award.
Foster awarded the Jill L. Renshaw Memorial Scholarship
Sarah Foster was awarded the Jill L. Renshaw Memorial Scholarship award of $6,000 for 2012.