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Hot rods and cool cars

Travis Industries was looking for a way to give back to Mukilteo. The largest, privately owned wood, pellet, and gas stove, insert, and fireplace company in the United States moved... — Updated 9/28/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Dum Dum, the pumpkin, tips the scale at 676 lb+

Amy Turnbull thought she had a pretty good idea of how much her giant pumpkin weighed. Turnbull calculated, based on the dimensions of the pumpkin (144-inch circumference, and 84... — Updated 9/28/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Mariner defense jumps all over Meadowdale early | Football

Mariner's defense came up with two big plays in a dominating first quarter. The Marauders scored touchdowns on two fumble recoveries on Meadowdale's first two offensive possessions... — Updated 9/28/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Kamiak passes early nonconference tests | Girls soccer

The Kamiak girls soccer team faced a tall task in its first two weeks of the season. The Knights played six nonconference games in 12 days. With the exception of a tough 1-0 loss... — Updated 9/28/2022

 
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Turning in their keys: Traxx Racing owners set to retire

Jan and Rick Wanzer are eager to begin the next phase of their lives. After hosting countless birthday parties and fundraisers and providing thrilling entertainment for thousands... — Updated 9/28/2022

 
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Public input sought on stormwater issues

The Mukilteo Surface Water Utility still wants to hear from residents. The utility, a division of City's Public Works Department, hosted an open house Tuesday, Sept. 13, to seek... — Updated 9/28/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports 

Skyview dominates Kamiak in nonconference clash | Football

Another tough nonconference clash resulted in a second straight loss for the Kamiak football team. Skyview scored five unanswered touchdowns in the first three quarters to pull away for a 48-20 victory Friday, Sept. 23, at the... — Updated 9/28/2022

 
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Mukilteo Police relaunching Community Academy

The Mukilteo Police Department is looking for a few good men and women interested in learning about law enforcement in their community. For the first time since 2019, the... — Updated 9/28/2022

 
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Mayor: Unlikely all requests will be funded

It was starting to feel a little like Christmas in the Mukilteo Council Chambers during Monday’s work session. To kick off the 2023 budget season, the City’s department heads presented their wish lists of proposed new budget... — Updated 9/28/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Knights edge Warriors in thriller | Football

As far as Kamiak is concerned, a win is a win. Senior co-captain Michael Barton blocked a potential game-tying extra point attempt midway through the fourth quarter as the Knights h... — Updated 9/21/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

A party to remember

The 2022 Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival gave residents and visitors from near and far one last opportunity to say goodbye to summer. And what a goodbye it was – with three days of... — Updated 9/21/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

A blessing by the Tulalip Tribes

A part of history was restored with the full support and blessing of the Tulalip Tribes. On Friday, Sept. 9, the City formally unveiled its new Point Elliott Treaty replacement... — Updated 9/21/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Council wants a clearer definition of partnership with Port of Everett

The City Council would like to have a clearer picture of what the City’s partnership with the Port of Everett on waterfront development means. During a wide-ranging discussion at Monday’s meeting, some councilmembers expressed... — Updated 9/21/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Council moves ahead with plans for interim use of waterfront property

See you next summer, Central Waterfront Park. In Monday’s work session, the City Council agreed to spend $48,400 for work on the City-owned property known as the Central Waterfront Park. The plan is to bring the property,... — Updated 9/15/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Marauders open with a decisive victory

It was just the season opening game, but new Mariner coach Tyler Tuiasosopo was upbeat about what he saw on the field. The 4A Marauders shook off an early 6-0 deficit to score six... — Updated 9/14/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Singing for his supper

Eric Arnold lived in Seattle for many years before he and his wife, Deb, relocated to Whidbey Island. The Mukilteo/Clinton ferry became an integral part of their lives as they trave... — Updated 9/14/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Boss for 24 hours: Olympic View Middle School student sworn in as Chief for a Day

Elijah Thomsen strolled confidently into the Mukilteo City Council Chambers. The incoming Olympic View Middle School sixth grade student was calm, cool, and collected. He was ready... — Updated 9/14/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Kamiak looks to make another run to the playoffs

The Kamiak football team's success in 2021 left a lasting impression on the 2022 squad. The Knights advanced to the district playoffs for the first time in seven years. Led by... — Updated 9/7/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Happy anniversary, Mukilteo

Happy 75th anniversary, Mukilteo. The city by the bay had a long and rich history in the Pacific Northwest even before April 29, 1947, when residents approved a ballot measure to... — Updated 9/7/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

A celebration: Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival ready to entertain

This year's Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival on Sept. 9-11 is shaping up to be the best yet. Many of the festival's favorites are back, including magician Luong Hau, the Kiwanis salmon... — Updated 9/7/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Beach korfball coming to Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival

Bill Johnson was looking for a way to stay active during COVID. Johnson, an avid basketball player, and his friends weren't able to access indoor gyms due to health restrictions at... — Updated 9/7/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Fire displaces Mukilteo family and their pets

An early morning fire has displaced a Mukilteo family and their six pets. At 1:07 a.m. Monday, Aug. 15, the Mukilteo Fire Department received a call that a single-family house in... — Updated 8/31/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Port hopes to have parking lot open in early September

The Port of Everett is hoping to finalize the purchase of the former Mukilteo ferry terminal holding lanes property early next month and open the property for parking. Crews have... — Updated 8/31/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

CMT Walk spreads hope and understanding

Emily Osborne was first diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease when she was 10 years old. At the time, not much information was provided to Osborne's mother other than what... — Updated 8/31/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

City Council offers up budget ideas for 2023

The Mukilteo City Council took a look ahead at the 2023 budget and a look back at the City’s second quarter finances for 2022 during Monday’s special meeting. This week marked the start of the 2023 budget cycle with a tight... — Updated 8/31/2022

 

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