Lake Stevens

Three US 2 repaving projects could bring lengthy delays

Summer brings the season of repaving and repairing. Here’s a list of WSDOT work for Snohomish County.

 

Extra cops will be looking for stoned drivers on Saturday

The event coincides with “420” day — an annual celebration of marijuana use.

 

Foster parent, frustrated, allegedly shakes 2-month-old baby

The man initially told authorities he burped the boy too hard. The baby suffered a brain bleed.

 

100 women x $100 donations = $10,000 to make a difference

The 100 Women Who Care movement has a new local chapter and money to give to a nonprofit.

Emotional day for families as wrongful death bill is passed

It would give parents a chance to file claims and recover damages for the loss of an adult child.

At 84 years and 155 pounds, he’s hardly He-Man and yet he is

Roger Sweet of Lake Stevens had a hand in creating the 1980s Masters of the Universe series.

Man charged with vehicular homicide in March hit-and-run

The defendant allegedly slammed into the back of a van, injuring a woman and killing a man.

Suspect in fatal wreck is free — and getting speeding tickets

Lars Kundu, 23, has also been arrested for assault since a 2018 crash killed a man near Granite Falls.

She ensures the Lake Stevens food bank is for everyone

Anne Anderson has turned a struggling organization into a powerful nonprofit.

The Jacob Eason era is finally underway at Washington

The ex-Lake Stevens quarterback participated in his first spring practice as an eligible player.

Is a low-carbon fuel standard running out of political gas?

State Sen. Steve Hobbs of Lake Stevens is pondering whether to move the bill out of the committee.

A second city councilman enters the Lake Stevens mayor’s race

The field of candidates, so far, pits a police officer against a firefighter for the city’s top job.

Lutheran Community Services to close two local centers

The Lake Stevens service center has been around since 1992; Granite Falls program also to shut down.

5 Rights Brewing finds new home in old Carr’s Hardware store

The brewer opens in Marysville Friday, two years after a crushing disappointment.

Lake Stevens High School remodeling delayed and over budget

The district believes there’s enough money to finish most of the proposed work.

Jake Douglas, former Lake Stevens wrestling standout and now a junior at Cal Poly, is on Monday’s “Wheel of Fortune” show with other college students. Photo Credit: Carol Kaelson

Lake Stevens ex-wrestler is $50,000 ‘Wheel of Fortune’ champ

Jake Douglas, a Cal Poly junior, went on to win after “Food Fight on the Cafeteria” blunder.

Jake Douglas, former Lake Stevens wrestling standout and now a junior at Cal Poly, is on Monday’s “Wheel of Fortune” show with other college students. Photo Credit: Carol Kaelson
Jake Douglas, former Lake Stevens wrestling standout and now a junior at Cal Poly, is on Monday’s “Wheel of Fortune” show with other college students. Photo Credit: Carol Kaelson

Look for former Lake Stevens wrestler on ‘Wheel of Fortune’

High school standout Jake Douglas spins the big colorful wheel on Monday’s show.

Jake Douglas, former Lake Stevens wrestling standout and now a junior at Cal Poly, is on Monday’s “Wheel of Fortune” show with other college students. Photo Credit: Carol Kaelson

Woodchopping dad thwarts alleged burglar with help from son

Shane McDaniel, owner of Norm’s Market, fired a warning shot before tussling with an unwanted guest.

Barns destroyed in fire at property north of Lake Stevens

Firefighters from several departments worked on the fire, which damaged equipment and vehicles.

Tim Eyman’s latest $30 car tab initiative will impact more than just Sound Transit projects. (Sue Misao / The Herald)
                                Tim Eyman’s latest $30 car tab initiative will impact more than just Sound Transit projects. (Sue Misao / The Herald)
Tim Eyman’s latest $30 car tab initiative will impact more than just Sound Transit projects. (Sue Misao / The Herald)
                                Tim Eyman’s latest $30 car tab initiative will impact more than just Sound Transit projects. (Sue Misao / The Herald)