What's that noise?

Mukilteo residents should expect to hear loud noises from the new ferry terminal, 910 Front St., during the upcoming weeks. The City of Mukilteo approved a noise variance application for work...

What's next for Hawthorne Hall

The City Council is discussing alternatives for Hawthorne Hall after the Boys and Girls Club relocated to a new facility. In determining the future of the property, the City said it needs an accurate...

City discusses legislative priorities for the upcoming session

With the Washington State Legislature preparing to begin in January, now is the time for Mukilteo to compile a list of priorities for the 2020 session. The legislative agenda will direct the City of Mukilteo’s efforts in the state Legislature....

She's A Given aims to transform the lives of small business owners By Madeline Coats

Emilie Given's journey to start her own business stems from almost dying in childbirth three years ago. Today, she owns a virtual assistant agency. The near-death experience made Given realize the...

Police Blotter | Nov. 22 - Dec. 1

Nov. 22 Hide the evidence A caller requested an area check for a vehicle with a loud muffler parked in front of the location checking cars and mailboxes. There had reportedly been a string of vehicle prowls and mail thefts in the area recently....

River otter found dead in crab pot

There were supposedly three resident otters that spent their time around Lighthouse Park. Now there are just two. An otter was found dead on the shores of Lighthouse Park Nov. 25. It was discovered...

Muk Revisited | Firefighting and dispatch--from Mrs. Pugh to 9-1-1

We take so much for granted. Today, when we are faced with a fire or a medical emergency, we simply dial 911 and a fire truck or other emergency vehicle should arrive within seven minutes. Mukilteo...

Letter to the Editor | BOND-ing together for our students

“Ensure Success for Every Student” is emblazoned on the wall behind the Mukilteo School District Board of Directors when we hold board meetings. It is that collective commitment across the school district to this goal that sets us apart from...

Off Kilter | The future of food retailing

A recent story about the Kroger supermarket group (Fred Meyer, QFC, Ralphs, and many others) is quite interesting. About 94% of Kroger revenue comes from food stores, so this announcement is a really...

Chuck's World | The detritus of the digital age

I was rummaging through the universal hall closet the other day, which in my case was an actual closet. In your case, it could be something else. You’ve got one, though. It could be an envelope or...

Travel Sketcher | Hello from Seoul

On the last morning in Seoul, I did this sketch over a cup of coffee, looking out the window of the cafe. Seoul was never high in the list of places I wanted to visit, yet, as I have so often found, I discovered a wonderful place. The lesson for...

Mukilteo Schools | A bittersweet goodbye

This month is bittersweet for me. After nearly 17 years, this is my last month as superintendent before Dr. Alison Brynelson steps into the role Jan. 1. She will do a fantastic job and she and I have been working on transition plans the past two...

Kamiak Students of the Month for November

The following students were selected by Kamiak High School staff as students of the month for November. They were selected based on their outstanding academics, school and/or community leadership,...

Kamiak's seniors looking to build on team chemistry | Girls basketball

The Kamiak girls basketball team heads into the season with an experienced roster of players who are determined to go out on a high note. Eight seniors return for the Knights, the highest ever for...

Scholarships to be awarded by officials

Two Mariner and one Kamiak football player are among the 51 scholar athletes scheduled to be honored at the 38th annual Snohomish County Football Officials Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Banquet. Mariner’s Karan Singh and Roman Savchuk, and...

Veteran players boost prospects for Marauders | Girls basketball

When it comes to rebounding, the Mariner girls basketball team is simply going to have to outwork the opposition. The Marauders graduated most of their height from last year with 5-foot-9 senior Tina...

Five young artists will perform with Mukilteo Community Orchestra for a special concert

The Mukilteo Community Orchestra is partnering with the Snohomish County Music Teachers Association for a special concert Dec. 8. The Young Artists Concert will feature five award-winning...

The Christmas Spectacular: Freedom, giving back, and entertainment

Freedom, Michael Jackson, skits, Dickens carolers, Queen, Make-A-Wish, dancers, Lion King, and giving back to the community – "The Christmas Spectacular" combines a random assortment of themes to...

Kamiak prepares for production of She Kills Monsters

Kamiak's production of She Kills Monsters has a little bit of everything: comedy, danger, fantasy, action, love, death, sexuality, and growth. The play hits the stage in Kamiak's Performing Arts...

Local teacher publishes two poetry books in one year

Steve Bertrand first got serious about poetry at the University of Washington in 1978. He started with slam poetry competitions and small contests nationally and internationally. Now, he has published over 27 books. His latest poetry book is filled...

Alderwood Dance Spectrum presents: A Storybook Nutcracker

Eighth grader Kristina Balayants has been dancing in A Storybook Nutcracker since she was a little pig-tailed bon bon hiding under Mother Ginger's skirt seven years ago. The Brier Terrace Middle...

The Bell Ringer opens with a debut tour at the Moore Theatre

A new holiday rock opera, The Bell Ringer, hits the Moore Theatre with its debut tour featuring former members of Trans-Siberian Orchestra and local music icons Dec. 22. The show combines rock anthem music with poignant storytelling and features...

Cascade Symphony to perform two holiday concerts

Cascade Symphony Orchestra, under the director of maestro Michael Miropolshy, will perform “Holiday Pops with Gershwin” on two consecutive evenings Dec. 8 and 9 at 7:30 p.m. Both performances will be at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. Pianist...

Snohomish PUD hosts LED Holiday Lights Exchange Dec. 6

Snohomish PUD is helping to make the holidays a little brighter and greener this year. Customers will be able to trade up to five strands of incandescent holiday lights for energy efficient LEDs. The PUD will host the LED Holiday Lights Exchange...

Navy Band Northwest free holiday concert 

The Commander Navy Region Northwest will present a free holiday music performance by Navy Band Northwest in Everett Tuesday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. This year's holiday concert will be held at the Village Theatre located in the Everett Performing Arts...

Gallery North celebrates "The Magic of Artful Gifts"

Gallery North is celebrating the holiday season with “The Magic of Artful Gifts,” featuring unique works of art created by 22 local artists. This exhibit will feature various creative interpretations of artful gifts. Gift possibilities include...

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