Lake Stevens

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)

Missing Lake Stevens man found dead, police say

Kevin P. Graham, 54, went missing Monday. He was reportedly found dead Thursday.

Chris Pratt won an award, and it wasn’t for acting

The actor with a farm in the San Juan Islands brags about his fleece win at Stanwood’s Fiberpalooza.

Man accused of sedating, raping woman in her Everett home

The Lake Stevens man allegedly followed her inside and stuck her with a needle. He’s been arrested.

About a dozen lanes converge at the intersection of highways 9 and 204 in front of the Frontier Village Shopping Center in Lake Stevens. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Maybe 4 roundabouts can fix this nightmare intersection

There’s a new plan for that junk of a junction where highways 9 and 204 meet in Lake Stevens.

About a dozen lanes converge at the intersection of highways 9 and 204 in front of the Frontier Village Shopping Center in Lake Stevens. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

The message from first-time home buyers: ‘Yes you can.’

Make sure you trust the real estate agent and lender you hire before setting out to find your house.

Is state ready for another massive transportation package?

A Lake Stevens lawmaker says a gas tax increase and a carbon fee could cover $16.6 billion of projects.

Snow is gone but it’s still a headache for school leaders

Making up all the missed days without extending the school year too long is going to be a challenge.

Mel Steele, a member of Fleet Reserve Association Branch 170, clears snow Wednesday from the parking lot by Mad-Bev Espresso on Beverly Boulevard in Everett. It made it possible for the stand to open for business after being closed for two days. (Photo by Rachel Pessa)

Random acts of snowy kindness to warm your heart

The good “snow-maritans” stepped up. Some had big shovels and trucks. Others had hot chocolate.

Mel Steele, a member of Fleet Reserve Association Branch 170, clears snow Wednesday from the parking lot by Mad-Bev Espresso on Beverly Boulevard in Everett. It made it possible for the stand to open for business after being closed for two days. (Photo by Rachel Pessa)

City could own more land around Lake Stevens by next week

A Tuesday vote could approve the Rhodora annexation. A resident has tried to stop the process.

With their trust, she stole thousands from a rural cemetery

Treasurer Dawn Angela’s parents helped establish Machias Community Cemetery as a nonprofit.

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