Lake Stevens

Old habits don’t stop when stop sign comes down

Bunk Foss Road at U.S. 2 off-ramp near Highway 9 gets safety upgrade, but safety concerns remain.

Boy Scouts celebrate 100 years through service

Over 1,600 Scouts took part in the Day of Service marking Mount Baker Council’s 100th anniversary.

Lake Stevens soldier places 2nd in Best Warrior Competition

Sgt. Grant Reimers spent “a long year” training and competing in the Army’s arduous competition.

It takes a gripe to get the attention of code enforcers

Four officers are investigating hundreds of cases each in Snohomish County’s unincorporated areas.

FCCLA students come home with medals

Students from Lake Stevens High School and Henry M. Jackson High School came home with medals from the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America… Continue reading

‘There kind of was a pause, and people started screaming’

Video: A Lake Stevens woman describes the chaos in Las Vegas — and considers herself lucky.

Now serving in Lake Stevens to fight hunger worldwide

Proceeds from Empty Bowls fundraiser Oct. 14 supports Lake Stevens Community Food Bank.

Georgia coach won’t say if Eason will regain starting QB spot

The former Lake Stevens star is still competing with freshman Fromm ahead of Saturday’s game.

Abby Beauchamp, who was born with a facial condition that has brought her negative attention for much of her life, is introduced to a room filled with three classes of fifth-graders at Hillcrest Elementary School in Lake Stevens, Friday. The kids are reading the book “Wonder,” which is about a child with a similar condition. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Marysville alumna asks students to not judge others’ looks

The elementary students read ‘Wonder,’ about a boy who looks different — a story she empathizes with.

Abby Beauchamp, who was born with a facial condition that has brought her negative attention for much of her life, is introduced to a room filled with three classes of fifth-graders at Hillcrest Elementary School in Lake Stevens, Friday. The kids are reading the book “Wonder,” which is about a child with a similar condition. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

A Democrat and Republican agree: Leave our signs alone!

County Council candidates send a joint message about the theft and vandalism of campaign signs.

Reeking of alcohol, driver ended young Snohomish man’s life

The man was sentenced Wednesday to 6-1/2 years for the fatal drunken-driving crash on Highway 9.

How Carleton Farms prepares for Halloween — in the summer

The Lake Stevens farm opens Sept. 30 for your pumpkin pickin’, scare lovin’, zombie-fightin’ pleasure

Bicyclist injured in collision with SUV on Highway 204

A bicyclist was injured Saturday after colliding with a sport utility vehicle just west of Lake Stevens. The bicyclist, a 38-year-old Marysville… Continue reading

New teen center opens at Lake Stevens Boys & Girls Club

Fundraising gained momentum with the backing of actor Chris Pratt.

Lake Stevens High senior has an entrepreneurial mind

John Cramer crafts and sells designer pens to help pay for college

In Uniform

Petty Officer 3rd Class Cassandra Yount is an aviation electronics technician with the Commander, Electronic Attack… Continue reading

Bruce is super popular at Lake Stevens school (video)

LAKE STEVENS —The students love Bruce, and he’s not bashful about his affection for them. On Thursday, the second day back to class at Lake… Continue reading

Scout builds playground for special-needs middle-schoolers

Special education students at Lake Stevens Middle School have a new place to hang out this fall, thanks to a year of… Continue reading

Edmonds college campus’ smoking, vaping ban begins Sept. 11

Smoking on the Edmonds Community College campus ends Monday. The college’s board of trustees earlier this summer approved a change in policy that… Continue reading