Lake Stevens

Peace Poster contest announces winners

Isabella Tolen, a student at North Lake Middle School, won the Lake…

 

Man with arsenal allegedly fantasized about killing Jews

Police seized a dozen guns after the Monroe-area 20-year-old was arrested Friday in Lake Forest Park.

 

Teen boy stabbed several times and robbed in Lake Stevens

The victim was taken to a hospital and a 15-year-old boy and 18-year-old woman were in custody.

 

Flimflam man posing as FBI agent gets 5 year prison sentence

The Lake Stevens man used fake credentials of famous fictional and real people to commit his crimes.

Members of the Lake Stevens Cross Country team and other fall sports teams cheer during the pep rally send-off for the Lake Stevens football team Friday in Lake Stevens. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Lake Stevens shows united support for school football

Folks plan to wish the team luck as it heads to the state championships Saturday.

Members of the Lake Stevens Cross Country team and other fall sports teams cheer during the pep rally send-off for the Lake Stevens football team Friday in Lake Stevens. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Woman allegedly shoots neighbor in the foot after argument

The victim, 45, was transported to the hospital. The suspect was arrested under suspicion of assault.

Trombone player Patrick Stanton with the Husky Marching Band in 2015. Now a UW senior, the Lake Stevens High School graduate and his sister, Elizabeth Stanton, will play with the band in Santa Clara, California, Friday. (Ian Terry / Herald File)

Silenced by bus crash, Husky Band is now ready to sound off

UW siblings from Lake Stevens part of the group that will play at the Pac-12 Championship in California.

Trombone player Patrick Stanton with the Husky Marching Band in 2015. Now a UW senior, the Lake Stevens High School graduate and his sister, Elizabeth Stanton, will play with the band in Santa Clara, California, Friday. (Ian Terry / Herald File)

Drugs, a gun and 43 bundles of cash that smelled like heroin

A 53-year-old man has been arrested several times in the past year for possession of drugs.

They’re our moms and pops, so after the mall, shop small

Saturday is a big deal for small businesses. Free hot cocoa. No stress or shopping cart rage.

Shopping with heart: Holiday gifts that make a difference

Check out bazaars and craft fairs in Snohomish County that raise money for charitable causes.

She turned Lake Stevens High School’s remodel into art

Lexus Thomas, 17, a lifelong resident of Lake Stevens, organized a mural for her high school.

Lake Stevens marches past G-K into 4A state semifinals

The Vikings avenge last season’s playoff loss to the Eagles with a dominant 45-28 victory.

Shane McDaniel and his twin sons, Harrison and Henry, 20, stand by the wood stacked in front of their Lake Stevens home. They started with 40 cords of wood and are giving it out to those in need. The men spent months chopping the wood with the help of several friends. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

The Paul Bunyans of Lake Stevens chop wood for a cause

Shane McDaniel and his twin sons split 40 cords to give to the needy. It took months, and muscles.

Shane McDaniel and his twin sons, Harrison and Henry, 20, stand by the wood stacked in front of their Lake Stevens home. They started with 40 cords of wood and are giving it out to those in need. The men spent months chopping the wood with the help of several friends. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
The living room space of the Henderson’s home was decorated by Kelly DuByne, of Distinctive Interior Designs, in Lake Stevens. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Don’t have $10,000 for a remodel? Refresh your room on a budget

With a designer’s help, Shelly Henderson of Lake Stevens redecorated for a fraction of the cost.

The living room space of the Henderson’s home was decorated by Kelly DuByne, of Distinctive Interior Designs, in Lake Stevens. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Tulalip Tribes restoration ecologist Brett Shattuck, in red vest, takes a tour up the steps of the Pilchuck Dam along the Pilchuck River on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 in Granite Falls. A joint project by the Tribes and the city of Snohomish intends to remove the dam by the fall of 2020. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Dam demolition would let Pilchuck River run free

The city of Snohomish and the Tulalip Tribes hope to restore steelhead, chinook and coho runs.

Tulalip Tribes restoration ecologist Brett Shattuck, in red vest, takes a tour up the steps of the Pilchuck Dam along the Pilchuck River on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 in Granite Falls. A joint project by the Tribes and the city of Snohomish intends to remove the dam by the fall of 2020. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Snohomish County struggles with lack of affordable housing

Nearly one in nine households spends at least half their income on rent, according to a new report.

Cavelero Mid High junior Kashan Hussain tests a remote space vehicle, which speeds forward, after he built and programmed it with his work partner Tyler Koon (right) Thursday in a computer lab attached to a large assembly facility where the school’s robotics club meets and works. Kashan is one of 25 student ambassadors chosen for the national program Back to Space. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Lake Stevens teen chosen to help reach for the stars

Kashan Hussain is one of 25 student ambassadors for the Back to Space project.

Cavelero Mid High junior Kashan Hussain tests a remote space vehicle, which speeds forward, after he built and programmed it with his work partner Tyler Koon (right) Thursday in a computer lab attached to a large assembly facility where the school’s robotics club meets and works. Kashan is one of 25 student ambassadors chosen for the national program Back to Space. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Lovick and Sax duel on car tabs, tolls and transparency

It’s quieter since Sax posted excerpts of sex abuse investigation of Lovick that produced no charges.

Hobbs, Roulstone duel for important Senate seat

After a testy primary, tolls, traffic and taxes are dominant concerns on the campaign trail.

Test scores: Math still a struggle; science turnout low

There was a new science test in spring 2018. It’s not yet required to graduate, so many didn’t take it.