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Author pens tale of a curious pigeon on Mukilteo ferry

Laura Roetcisoender spends a lot of time riding the Mukilteo/Clinton ferry. Roetcisoender has lived in Langley since 2001, but she grew up in Snohomish and makes frequent trips... — Updated 8/2/2021

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Two Knights selected as U.S. Youth Ambassadors

A current Kamiak student and a 2021 graduate have been selected to be two of 30 U.S. Youth Ambassadors for the Special Olympics. Kamiak junior Chloe Nuttbrock and graduate Myron... — Updated 7/30/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

'Everyone deserves access to sports'

It's been a year like none ever in so many ways for Kamiak coach Georgia McClaskey. In large part to her unwavering commitment to keeping the school's Unified Sports program going d... — Updated 7/30/2021

 
 By David Pan    News 

City deciding how to put money into your pocket

The City Council seems to be generally supportive of finding a way to directly deposit funds into residents' pockets. As part of the federal American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act passed... — Updated 7/29/2021

 
 By David Pan    News 

Mukilteo Mayor Gregerson reaches out to Tulalip Tribes about Point Elliott plaque

The City has contacted the Tulalip Tribes for their possible input on the replacement of the plaque commemorating the signing of the 1855 Point Elliot Treaty. Vandals defaced the... — Updated 7/28/2021

 
 By David Pan    News 

A house with lots of character

Heidi and John Marsh wanted a house with a little character. The Marshes were moving back to the Pacific Northwest from Boston, where they were both attending graduate school. "Just... — Updated 7/28/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Teenager pays it forward with Light to Liberty ride

Deven Boyce is going to have a lot of stories to share with friends about his summer vacation. As of last weekend, Boyce, 14, has bicycled more than 2,000 miles of a 3,200-mile... — Updated 7/23/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Lighthouse Festival is on track to return in September

The waiting game seems to have paid off for the Lighthouse Festival. When Tim Meek was appointed as the new president of the Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival Association in late... — Updated 7/23/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Update: The invasion of Amazon's robots has begun

Some Mukilteo residents have reported sightings of Amazon's new Scout delivery system in their neighborhood. The reaction? Mixed. In a post on Amazon's website, vice president of... — Updated 7/23/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Mukilteo is finally fully open

More than 15 months after the state took drastic measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus, people are finally starting to breathe a little easier. June 30 marked the lifting... — Updated 7/22/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Housing advisory: Language for ballot measure approved

An initially divided Mukilteo City Council eventually found enough consensus to approve the language for an upcoming housing advisory ballot measure Monday, July 19. By a vote of... — Updated 7/21/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Improving police accountability the goal of governor's bills

Earlier this year, Gov. Jay Inslee signed a dozen House and Senate bills in an effort to improve accountability for law enforcement in Washington state, including one sponsored by... — Updated 7/14/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Mukilteo is the place to be on the weekend

The Mukilteo Chamber of Commerce is making sure residents have no excuses to stay at home on the weekend. The second Music at the Beach concert featuring the Dana Osborn Band is 7 p... — Updated 7/14/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

City Council hammering out details of housing advisory ballot measure

The City Council made progress on the language for an upcoming housing advisory ballot measure during its first in-person meeting since March of last year. After a lengthy discussio... — Updated 7/14/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Learning option for high school students: Attend Mukilteo Virtual Academy

Unless the county sees a dramatic shift in the number of COVID-19 cases in the next couple of months, students in the Mukilteo School District are scheduled to return to full-time,... — Updated 7/14/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

New parklet coming to waterfront

The Port of Everett and Ivar's are partnering to bring a new parklet where the approach ramp to the former ferry terminal is located. A parklet is defined as the repurposing of... — Updated 7/14/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Mukilteo seeking candidates for city boards, commissions

Mukilteans have always answered the call to serve their city. When two of the current City Councilmembers – Bob Champion and Sarah Kneller – decided not to run for reelection,... — Updated 7/7/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Update: In-person City Council meetings to resume Tuesday, July 6

Ready or not – and it appears most councilmembers are ready – Mukilteo is scheduled to hold its first in-person City Council meeting Tuesday, July 6. The council usually meets... — Updated 7/7/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Report confirms racist comments were directed at Mariner girls basketball team

An independent third-party report confirmed racist comments were directed at the Mariner girls basketball team during its May 20 game against Lakewood at Lakewood High School. The i... — Updated 7/7/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

New road helps foster community connections

Mukilteo is a little more connected. The grand opening of the Harbour Reach Corridor Project ushered in a new era for residents in and around Beverly Park Road Saturday, June 26. Th... — Updated 7/7/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Mukilteo unveils its new 1st class fishing pier

Mukilteo residents have a new way to enjoy the waterfront. The new Mukilteo fishing pier was officially unveiled during a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by representatives from... — Updated 7/7/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Community commemorates opening of park

Three Kamiak High School graduates – Anna Bui, Jordan Ebner, and Jake Long – certainly were on the minds of community members who gathered Saturday, June 26, for the formal... — Updated 6/30/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

New traffic signal, crosswalks have special meaning for Kamiak graduate

Julian Jacox can't wait. Like many residents near Beverly Park Road, Jacox is eagerly anticipating the opening of the new traffic signal and crosswalks at 132nd Street SW, which is... — Updated 6/30/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Catalytic converter thefts on the rise

Hybrid vehicle owners should have their guard up. Catalytic converter thefts are on the rise in Mukilteo and beyond. "It isn't just the city," Mukilteo Detective Sgt. Andy Illyn... — Updated 6/30/2021

 
 By David Pan    News

Sales tax revenue ahead of projections

Robust sales tax revenue is giving Mukilteo's finances a boost. During Monday's City Council meeting, Finance Director Shawn Hunstock said sales tax collections through May 2021... — Updated 6/23/2021

 

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