Lake Stevens

Sewer dispute spills into public in Lake Stevens

Local sewer commissioners accused Mayor John Spencer of stymieing a plan to save millions.

 

Suspected drunken driver crashes, injuring 3 children

Police expected to arrest the woman, who was hospitalized. The children were passengers in another car.

 

Lake Stevens not probing Public Works director’s DUI arrest

City administrator says Durpos was off duty when arrested despite driving from city-sponsored event.

New report gives clues in fatal plane crash in Marysville

Witnesses heard loud engine revving or misfiring before the crash killed pilot Greg Capes, 64.

He could’ve faced a decade in prison. He got 27 months.

The Everett man admitted he was on meth during fatal crash, but proving impairment was tricky.

Developer plans to build about 190 houses in Lake Stevens

The Rhodora annexation was controversial and fought by neighbors. The land is along 123rd Avenue SE.

Unsafe dock to be removed at North Cove Park

Work at the Lake Stevens park is about halfway done. Another dock there was recently renovated.

Map of the Highway 92 - Little Pilchuck Creek fish passage project. (The state Department of Transportation)

Weekend closure coming to Highway 92 near Lake Stevens

Crews will be finishing up a fish passage project along Little Pilchuck Creek.

Map of the Highway 92 - Little Pilchuck Creek fish passage project. (The state Department of Transportation)
In general, the state Department of Transportation prefers to install roundabouts versus other intersection types. (WSDOT)

How and why an intersection gets redesigned in Washington

The most common question submitted to Street Smarts: How do I get a roundabout installed?

In general, the state Department of Transportation prefers to install roundabouts versus other intersection types. (WSDOT)

Pilot killed in crash was flying newly registered kit plane

Greg Capes, 64, owned a home in an aviation community north of Lake Stevens. He died Wednesday.

Lake Stevens City Council votes to change rules on sign size

City code said a mayoral candidate’s signs were too big. He said the law couldn’t be enforced.

The Lake Stevens woodchopper’s latest gig: potato-chipping

Shane McDaniel’s face is on bags of two flavors of Lay’s chips as part of Operation Smile.

Lake Stevens man charged in Centralia child molestation case

An underaged girl disclosed the molestation to a family member, according to court documents.

Looking east toward the U.S. 2 trestle as cars begin to backup in Everett. (Andy Bronson / Herald file)

Relief for drivers: No more weekend closures of US 2 trestle

Crews were able to finish major work ahead of schedule. Overnight lane reductions are still to come.

Looking east toward the U.S. 2 trestle as cars begin to backup in Everett. (Andy Bronson / Herald file)

DEA data show county was hit hard by prescription opioids

More than 220 million opioid pills flooded in between 2006 and 2012.

The Monte way: Overcoming differences for conservation

After 20 years at the helm of the Snohomish Conservation District, Monte Marti is retiring Aug. 9.

Here’s a daring recipe: Quit your job and buy a food truck

A Lake Stevens mom and daughter opened a puff-pastry business and hit the road. So far, yum!

Lake Stevens Public Works director arrested Saturday for DUI

After leaving Aquafest, Eric Durpos allegedly swerved into traffic and almost hit a motorcyclist.

Paving work on the U.S. 2 trestle during a weekend last year when the weather actually cooperated with moisture-sensitive construction. (Washington State Department of Transportation)

Work will close westbound U.S. 2 trestle this weekend

With clear skies expected, the state Department of Transportation plans to repave the roadway.

Paving work on the U.S. 2 trestle during a weekend last year when the weather actually cooperated with moisture-sensitive construction. (Washington State Department of Transportation)