Lake Stevens

Able to save: New program helps people with disabilities

A Lake Stevens mom and daughter helped push for a savings program for people with disabilities.

 

Video: After a good start, weekend trestle work continues

Weather permitting, westbound U.S. 2 will close until Monday, with a one-lane detour on 20th Street.

 

She’s been a teacher of teachers in Lake Stevens for 16 years

Kathy Hahn, who started the careers-in-education class at Lake Stevens High School, is retiring.

 

In ads, Republicans punish a Democrat for voting their way

State Sen. Steve Hobbs is getting slammed for supporting bills introduced by GOP lawmakers.

Lake Stevens duplex fire causes $100,000 damage; no one hurt

The Red Cross is assisting displaced residents.

Crash closes U.S. 2 near Snohomish; DUI suspected

The driver of one vehicle drifted into the oncoming lane. Another driver was seriously injured.

Plan paints picture of change for downtown Lake Stevens

City leaders adopted a plan that calls for more homes, businesses, lake access and road work.

Nighttime fire damages lobby of Lake Stevens post office

Local and federal authorities are investigating. No one was injured.

The sky is blue but the US 2 trestle will be a nightmare

Westbound lanes will be closed this weekend for repaving now that the weather is clear.

Darren Howe, 9, sits in a comfy chair reading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone while his cousin, Naven Collins, 7, (center) stands delighting in a Elephant and Piggie book, which is from the same collection that Mya Illingworth, 6, (back middle) is looking through in Kelsey’s reading Korner at Sunnycrest Elementary School Wednesday. With the addition of “Kelsey’s Korner,” featuring the kind of books she encouraged her kids to read, the school now has two places that honor Kelsey Osborne, a much loved teacher who died in June. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

A school honors a ‘remarkable, tender’ young teacher’s memory

Kelsey Osborne, who taught first grade in Lake Stevens, was just shy of 30 when she died unexpectedly.

Darren Howe, 9, sits in a comfy chair reading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone while his cousin, Naven Collins, 7, (center) stands delighting in a Elephant and Piggie book, which is from the same collection that Mya Illingworth, 6, (back middle) is looking through in Kelsey’s reading Korner at Sunnycrest Elementary School Wednesday. With the addition of “Kelsey’s Korner,” featuring the kind of books she encouraged her kids to read, the school now has two places that honor Kelsey Osborne, a much loved teacher who died in June. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Lake Stevens man was neither an FBI agent nor Jack Ryan

Steven Fisher allegedly impersonated both. He’s pleaded guilty to fraud-related crimes in King County.

Two theater companies offer Shakespeare in the park

The free performances will take place in Lynnwood, Edmonds and Lake Stevens.

Hunter the cat apparently was hunted, shot twice with arrows

He’s going to be OK, but he has undergone two surgeries. Lake Stevens police are seeking tips.

He killed her sister, did time, and they got back together

But Robert Dale Woods II is in jail again for allegedly pulling a knife on a neighbor.

3 from Snohomish County arrested in trailhead break-ins

Numerous cars were damaged and cash, credit cards and computers were stolen.

Fewer single-family homes on the horizon

Snohomish County is seeing a shift to more apartments, townhomes.

Fireworks suspected in several house fires on the Fourth

In Lake Stevens, two homes were significantly damaged and three others were scorched.

Dash cam leads to eventual arrest in Arlington hit-and-run

Video confirmed the story of an Uber driver whose car was rammed into a ditch in June.

Zoe Bennett, 10, cuts out heart dog treat shapes from her dough in the kitchen on Thursday in Marysville. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

When Phenyx was diagnosed with cancer, Zoe didn’t hesitate

The 2 girls have been best friends since the start.

Zoe Bennett, 10, cuts out heart dog treat shapes from her dough in the kitchen on Thursday in Marysville. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Scholarship winner aims to improve the human condition

Holly Smith, a 2018 graduate of Lake Stevens High School, was awarded the Jill L. Renshaw Memorial Scholarship of $6,000. Smith plans to attend Whitworth… Continue reading