Lake Stevens

Suspect arrested for hitting man with baseball bat

A 22-year-old man hit someone over the head with a metal baseball bat and while running away, broke into a nearby Lake… Continue reading

Students return to brand new Lakewood High School

Hours after the doors opened to them for the first time Wednesday morning, there was evidence that high school students had been in… Continue reading

Lake Stevens to focus on students who live in poverty

Teachers, bus drivers, office staff and other school employees are gearing up for school to start, but took time Thursday morning to… Continue reading

Fire damage to Lake Stevens business, restaurant pegged at $1M

A fire last week at a Lake Stevens restaurant and gas station caused about $1 million in damage, officials said Tuesday. A… Continue reading

Legendary wrestling coach Barnes still growing, learning

If Brent Barnes retired tomorrow, he’d do so as one of the greatest high school wrestling coaches to ever sit in the corner of a… Continue reading

Business, restaurant damaged in Lake Stevens fire

A business and restaurant were damaged in an early Thursday morning fire in Lake Stevens. The fire was reported shortly after 5… Continue reading

Collegiate honor society inductees

Local residents initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi: Arizona State University: Corrie Wilder, of Bothell, Sarah Blais and Linda Walsh, both of… Continue reading

After 60 years, Monte Wolff and his classmates are reunited

When Monte Wolff packed his bags to attend his 60th Lake Stevens High School reunion, he also brought a lifetime of memories. There are stories… Continue reading

Lake Stevens teen center holds ribbon-cutting ceremony

A Hollywood star who helped raise money for a new teen center at the Boys &Girls Club here made an appearance at… Continue reading

Prosecutor: Lake Stevens man forced officer to shoot him

The Feb. 9 police shooting death of a despondent man who was armed with a knife appears to be “another tragedy and… Continue reading

Couple’s Lincoln once belonged to silent film star Mary Pickford

It’s not a person, but they call it “Mary.” The nickname for Vicki and Ron Selia’s 1961 Lincoln Continental pays homage to one of the… Continue reading

Weigh in on plan to fix busy Lake Stevens intersection

State transportation planners are getting close to a preferred design for upgrading the congested intersection of highways 9 and 204. Final designs… Continue reading

Buoys to help track violations of lake safety rules

Navigational buoys have been placed in the water near Wyatt and Lundeen parks, and police have created a database to track violations… Continue reading

This elite Lake Stevens athlete competes in combat boots

Sgt. Grant Reimers, of Lake Stevens, was named the Army Guard’s Soldier of the Year after winning the 2017 Army National Guard… Continue reading

Guilty plea is entered in fatal Lake Stevens crash

Richard Peck was drunk when he killed Patrick Wallace. Peck ran a red light on Highway 9 near Lake Stevens and broadsided 19-year-old… Continue reading

Actors Chris Pratt and Anna Faris announce separation

Chris Pratt, who grew up in Lake Stevens, and Anna Faris, who was raised in Edmonds,… Continue reading

Schools hand out annual WASA honors

Everett School District deputy superintendent Joyce Stewart was honored with a Robert J. Handy Most Effective Administrator Award at the Washington Association of School Administrators… Continue reading

Volunteers help get Eagle Ridge p-patch ready

After experiencing one of the wettest winters on record, Lake Stevens had some catching up to do to get the Eagle Ridge Community Garden ready… Continue reading

Shortage of bus drivers has school districts scrambling

Three school bus drivers in training had their first day behind the wheel Thursday. They adjusted mirrors and seats. Instructor Jennifer Lagadinos guided… Continue reading