Articles published Fri, Aug 31, 2012
Missing Person Alert: Christopher Hoof
County needs new members for housing committee
Dive Unit Finds Two Vehicles Submerged in Lost Lake
Drivers not expected to take a break Labor Day weekend
Special events to bring heavy traffic in Seattle
"Paid Sick & Safe Time" Starts in Seattle
Everyone is created equal, why is this so hard for some to understand?
JOURNAL | EDITORIAL
Safely share the road with school buses
YOUR | LETTERS for September 5, 2012
Lights and Sirens for September 5, 2012
Lake Stevens Police Beat
9/11 Memorial this weekend
This yearâs September 11 Memorial Service has been moved to Saturday, September 8 and will be led by American Legion Post 181.
Lake Stevens sunrise beckons local rower
A local rower enjoys the peace and tranquility on Lake Stevens at sunrise.
Be aware of concussions this fall sports season
The air is already starting to feel a little crisper and the sun is setting even earlier these days and with the change of weather also comes fall sports.
Windermere holding drawing in exchange for donated food items
Windermere Granite Falls is once again having a drawing for the Realtor’s Annual Food Drive this year. They will be giving away a 46” flat screen TV.
Relay for Life Lake Stevens raises thousands of dollars
Donations needed for new Family Outreach Center in Granite Falls
Quadriplegic finds meaning in life despite handicap
Forty-five years ago, a teenager named Joni Eareckson dove into the shallow water of Chesapeake Bay. In seconds, her life changed from athletic to quadriplegic. She was paralyzed from her shoulders down, due to a broken neck.
Local construction company volunteers time to paint Lake Stevens Baptist Church in need of a new coat
Oktoberfest returns to Lake Stevens for second year
The Lake Stevens Chamber is excited to bring Oktoberfest back to Lake Stevens this fall! This festival will take place in downtown Lake Stevens, Friday through Sunday, September 28, 29 and 30.
Help LSEF by shopping at Jay’s Market
Washington state receives $4.6 million in record-setting drug settlement
LSHS student helping Taylor Bridge fire victims
Li’l Hungry Hearts looking for donations for new school year
Keeping the Faith: I know it when I see it