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Nonprofits looking for ways to connect

Nonprofit organizations in Mukilteo will be getting a helping hand with a new webpage on the Mukilteo Chamber of Commerce's website. The idea of having a webpage where all the... — Updated 2/1/2023

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Knights girls' rally runs out of steam in 4th quarter | Girls basketball

Trailing 49-35, Kamiak made its move with a 7-0 run in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter. But Glacier Peak regrouped after calling a timeout, scored four straight points,... — Updated 2/1/2023

 
 By David Pan    News

Peace essay contest winner: Be a voter and activist

It was pure happenstance that Joban Mand overheard two of his friends talking about the Snohomish County Black Heritage Committee's annual Prodigies for Peace Writing and Art... — Updated 2/1/2023

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Knights' playoff prospects take a hit with losses | Boys basketball

The Kamiak boys basketball team's hopes for a Bi-District playoff berth took a serious hit following losses to Glacier Peak and Lake Stevens. The Knights held a 63-59 lead midway... — Updated 2/1/2023

 
 By David Pan    Sports 

Mariner dominates rematch with Kamiak | Boys basketball

Mariner coach Tevin Dillon says basketball is a game of runs, and he knew it was just a matter of time before Kamiak delivered one. The key was Mariner's response. After leading the... — Updated 2/1/2023

 
 By David Pan    Sports 

Stellar sophomore season for Mariner's Domingo | Boys swimming

Mariner's Vyron Domingo was hoping to earn his second state cut of the season in the 100 backstroke during a Wesco meet against Shorewood and Everett Thursday, Jan. 26, at Kamiak... — Updated 2/1/2023

 
 By David Pan    Sports 

Kamiak shakes off slow start, rolls past Mariner | Girls basketball

Kamiak started out slow but finished strong against district rival Mariner, stretching a 2-point lead in the first quarter into eight at halftime. After halftime, Kamiak pulled... — Updated 2/1/2023

 
 By David Pan    Sports 

Kamiak swim team should challenge for district title

The Kamiak boys swim team wrapped up its home schedule with a decisive 130-53 victory over Edmonds-Woodway in a Jan. 24 Wesco South dual meet at Kamiak High School. The Knights... — Updated 2/1/2023

 
 By David Pan    News 

'Good stories help kids to see themselves and to feel seen'

Sundee T. Frazier loved to read when she was growing up, but there was always something missing from the books – characters she could identify with. Frazier comes from a biracial... — Updated 2/1/2023

 
 By David Pan    News

'It takes strength to love. It takes courage to love'

Josh Binda is living the dream. In 2021, the Kamiak graduate made history by becoming the youngest African American elected to political office in Washington state when he won a sea... — Updated 1/25/2023 Full story

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Knights dominate Marauders, win third straight | Girls basketball

Kamiak is on a roll, and it couldn't have come at a better time. Junior Bella Hasan scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Knights to their third straight victory, 68-39 over... — Updated 1/25/2023

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Kamiak survives furious Mariner rally

If the Kamiak boys basketball team was suffering from a case of whiplash, you can't blame them. In a span of five minutes, the Knights went from holding a commanding 28-point lead... — Updated 1/25/2023

 
 By David Pan    News

Out with the old: City moving ahead with new digital parking system

The City Council has given the green light to a new digital permit parking program that will go into effect next year. During Monday’s work session, the council revisited the details of the program with Police Chief Cheol Kang. T... — Updated 1/25/2023

 
 By David Pan    News

Council approves land/tribes statement

The City of Mukilteo’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commission in spring 2021 first discussed the idea that the City Council read a land acknowledgment statement recognizing its neighboring tribal communities. After nearly... — Updated 1/25/2023

 
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Reading aloud to a four-legged friend

A special visitor dropped by the children's room at the Mukilteo Library last week. The visitor was there to encourage and support children as they read stories to him. He was... — Updated 1/19/2023

 
 By David Pan    News

New City Council leadership elected

City Councilmember Elisabeth Crawford was elected council president and Councilmember Louis Harris vice president during Monday's special meeting. Crawford served as vice president... — Updated 1/18/2023

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Knights struggle in loss to Wolfpack

It's been a rocky start to the new year for Kamiak. After dropping its home opener 83-70 to Lake Stevens Jan. 4, the Knights didn't have much better luck on the road, losing 79-59... — Updated 1/18/2023

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Playoff vibe: Mariner hangs on to beat Jackson

Round one goes to Mariner. In a battle between two top contenders for the league title, the Marauders made their free throws and shut down Jackson in the final seconds to pull out... — Updated 1/18/2023

 
 By David Pan    News

A dream come true

The stars aligned for Lance and Lisa Mitchell. For 20 years, the Mitchells dreamed about opening their own restaurant. Lisa, daughter of former Mukilteo mayor and restaurateur... — Updated 1/18/2023

 
 By David Pan    News

Police Beat

Jan. 12 Mental health 4200 blk. Russell Rd. A caller requested assistance from the fire department for someone having a mental health crisis. The person eventually was transported to the hospital. Property lost/found 600 blk. Front... — Updated 1/18/2023

 
 By David Pan    News

Updated: Mukilteo man sentenced for two rape convictions

A Mukilteo man who pled guilty to two counts of rape was sentenced to two years and four months in prison during a sentencing hearing Friday, Jan. 6, in Snohomish County Superior Court. In October, Cameron Reed Stone, 23, pled... — Updated 1/18/2023

 
 By David Pan    News

A plunge for worthy causes

The Pyka Plunge drew a spirited crowd of people eager to start the new year with a dip into cold Puget Sound and, more importantly, a desire to support two charities that help the l... — Updated 1/11/2023

 
 By David Pan    News

Talent beyond their years

If the five young musicians who stepped to the stage at the Snohomish County Music Teachers Association (SCMTA) Concerto Competition Winners Showcase were nervous, they didn't show... — Updated 1/4/2023 Full story

 
 By David Pan    News

Update: Former councilmember Charlie Pancerzewski dies

Former City Councilmember and citizen watchdog Charlie Pancerzewski died Thursday, Dec. 15. Pancerzewski, a former Microsoft auditor, was appointed twice (1972-1973 and 1998-99) to... — Updated 12/28/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Health officials warn about tripledemic

Now is not a good time to get sick. Due to increasing cases of COVID, the flu and RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus), emergency departments throughout Snohomish County are often at... — Updated 12/20/2022

 

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