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 By David Pan    News 

City Council approves hiring of new executive assistant

The Mukilteo City Council struck a balance between finding a way to support a City administrator in need of help and the financial concerns of adding a full-time position to the City’s payroll. During Monday’s meeting, the... — Updated 5/18/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Kamiak falls just short in comeback attempt | Baseball

Kamiak coach Clarence Trinidad wasn't surprised his team overcame a 5-0 first-inning deficit to draw to within one run of Bothell. What surprised him was that the Knights weren't... — Updated 5/18/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Muk Fest Pirates ready to storm the beach

The Mukilteo Mukfest Pirates of the Salish Sea made quite an impression at the 2021 Lighthouse Festival. Arriving by boat on Friday night, the merry band of community volunteers... — Updated 5/18/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Residents sound off on waterfront redevelopment

Longtime Mukilteo resident Jay Werner has more than a passing interest in the redevelopment of the Mukilteo waterfront. Werner owns commercial property on Second Street. "It's... — Updated 5/18/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports 

Kamiak claims state playoff berth with shootout victory | Boys soccer

Kamiak senior goalkeeper Weston Joyner has an eye for detail. That detail turned out to be a critical factor in the Knights' shootout victory over Redmond in a w... — Updated 5/18/2022

 
 By David Pan    News 

City's Byers Family Park receives state recognition

The City of Mukilteo's Recreation and Cultural Services Department recently won a Washington Recreation and Park Association Spotlight Award for Byers Family Park. Spotlight Awards... — Updated 5/18/2022

 
 By David Pan    News 

Plane crash drill: Preparing for the worst at Paine Field

It's a scenario no one wants to think about. A commercial airplane with 35 passengers and crew accelerates for takeoff from Paine Field. Without warning, a flock of birds flies... — Updated 5/18/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Safety improvements could be coming to 525 bridge

There appears to be strong support in the Mukilteo City Council for moving ahead with safety improvements to the SR 525 bridge. During Monday's council meeting, Public Works... — Updated 5/11/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Marauders are enjoying success on the diamond | Baseball

The Mariner baseball team played its best game since coach Reggie Corns took over the program three years ago. So it didn't come as much of a surprise that the Marauders picked up... — Updated 5/11/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Mukilteo Historical Society ready for busy season

The official start to summer is still a month and a half away. But in preparation for what should be a busy upcoming five months, the Mukilteo Historical Society has been hard at... — Updated 5/11/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Port of Everett CEO Lefeber talks Mukilteo waterfront redevelopment

If all goes according to plan, visitors to the waterfront soon will be able to enjoy their fish and chips at a new park next to Ivar's. Construction of the much-discussed and... — Updated 5/11/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Mukilteo City Council supports the recognition of Juneteenth holiday

The City Council is expected to approve the addition of Juneteenth (June 19) to the City of Mukilteo’s list of observed holidays at its next regularly scheduled business meeting May 16. Juneteenth is a state and federal holiday... — Updated 5/11/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Knights shake off sluggish 1st half, score two 2nd-half goals | Boys soccer

Kamiak took a hard look in the mirror at halftime of its game against archrival Mariner. The Knights trailed 1-0 but could have been down by more as two shots bounced off the crossb... — Updated 5/4/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Bringing the community together

If you've noticed how nice the beach at Lighthouse Park looks these days, go ahead and thank the Mukilteo Youth Advisory Committee. Members of the City-sponsored group organized a... — Updated 5/4/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Major changes coming to Community Transit

The Community Transit of 2022 is going to look far different than the Community Transit of 2024. The arrival of Sound Transit's light rail system in Snohomish County in 2024 means... — Updated 5/4/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Yes, you're paying a bit more in sales tax, 10.6%

If you’re wondering if you’re paying more in sales tax, the answer is: You are. As The Beacon reported in December, the Snohomish County Council authorized using the authority granted in state law HB 1590 to increase the stock... — Updated 5/4/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Proposed mixed-use development would bring townhomes, commercial space to Mukilteo Speedway

A proposed mixed-use development could bring 122 residential townhouses and four units of commercial space to the northwest corner of Mukilteo Speedway at 88th Street SW. The... — Updated 4/27/2022

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Kamiak falls short in comeback attempt | Baseball

Kamiak showed a lot of heart in its Wesco 4A series finale against Glacier Peak. Due to some uncharacteristic defensive struggles by the Knights, the Grizzlies jumped out to a 6-1... — Updated 4/27/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Spring break = spring training

The Kamiak baseball team didn't have much time off during spring break. Coaches and players were busy working with future Knights during last week's inaugural Kamiak Baseball Camp... — Updated 4/27/2022

 
 By David Pan    Schools

Key Club, Kiwanis lend a helping hand

The Mukilteo Community Garden usually is a place for quiet contemplation where people can enjoy Mother Nature. On Saturday morning, the quiet was replaced by the sounds of... — Updated 4/27/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

City Council seeks ways to spend American Rescue Plan Act funds

There appears to be strong support in the City Council for using a significant portion of the City’s remaining American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for capital projects. During Monday’s Finance Committee meeting, the council... — Updated 4/27/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Former mayor decided it was time to sell Emory's on Silver Lake

Emory Cole probably thought he had experienced everything a restaurateur could experience during his 50-plus years in the business. Cole started out his career at the original... — Updated 4/20/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Council approves mayor's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commission candidates

After a delay of more than a month, the City’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Commission has three new members. The City Council unanimously approved Mayor Joe Marine’s nominees to the commission – Sandra Holzer,... — Updated 4/20/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

City Council passes religious freedom resolution

The Mukilteo City Council voted unanimously in favor of a resolution promoting religious freedom and supporting the choice of religious clothing following a robust discussion... — Updated 4/13/2022

 
 By David Pan    News

Enrollment expected to rise for Mukilteo School District

After two years of declining enrollment coinciding with the COVID-19 pandemic, a consultant’s report indicates that the number of students in the Mukilteo School District is expected to increase in the coming years. The report,... — Updated 4/13/2022

 

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