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Mukilteo Way Garden Club celebrates its 90th anniversary | Guest View

Last month, the Mukilteo Way Garden Club celebrated its 90th birthday/anniversary with a charming and delicious celebratory tea at Rosehill Community Center. At its beginnings in 1933, in a house …

Kiwanis gears up for 2024 | Guest View

A new club year began for Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo, and its Board of Directors is looking forward to another successful year. Now in its 26th year in the community, the club plans to continue …

While some may get excited about certain holidays or vacations, the highlight of my year is back-to-school time. “Tis the season” takes on new meaning for me every September. Seeing …

Stand up for libraries on banned books | Guest View

In Washington and across America, public and school libraries have emerged as the latest battleground in the politically polarized culture war. Look no farther than rural Columbia County in …

Federal regulation needed on fentanyl overdoses | Guest View

The following is adapted from a speech by Edmonds resident and U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell at the National Tribal Opioid Summit Aug. 23 in Tulalip. The more than 105,000 people in the United States …

Please keep the party in alignment with our voters

Editor’s note: The following was also signed by Shirley Sutton of the 32nd Legislative District Democrats and Edmonds City Councilmember Jenna Nand. Dear Democratic candidates:  We …

WA Cares will provide a safety net

You don’t need a medical degree to understand that accessing care when you need it, in the comfort of your home, is essential to our well-being. Our first statewide long-term care program will help …

Local news is good for business

It’s no secret that recent years have been tough on small businesses and on newspapers. A bipartisan bill, the Community News & Small Business Support Act, that has been introduced in Congress, …

The talk: Aging is a gift | Guest View

OK, it's long overdue. We are going to have "the talk." Just that phrase conjures up reluctance and anxiety. We are going to talk about "seniors." Our Western society has a screwed-up view of …

Commission urges City to save Hawthorne Hall

This is an open letter from the Mukilteo Historic Preservation Commission to the City Council and citizens of Mukilteo. We would like to provide background for our recommendation to preserve …

Can natural gas be both a fossil fuel and a renewable clean energy fuel? Puget Sound Energy thinks the answer is yes. According to Renewable Energy Product Manager Leslie Myers: “Landfill gas …

From hard times come great creations | Guest View

The global COVID-19 pandemic emergency has been declared over. As a result, we have more local products than ever for sale at the Lighthouse gift shop. However, over the last few years, the …

Do your part to help keep Mukilteo beautiful | Guest View

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Leighton Serrano. I am 13 years old and I am fairly new to Mukilteo, but have quickly fallen in love with the beauty of this city. I became passionate about …

FYI upcoming Medicaid changes | Guest View

On April 1, the Washington State Health Care Authority anticipates returning to normal operations and will begin to mail renewal notices to confirm the eligibility of Medicaid (Apple Health in …

How to make most of legislative session | Guest View

The 2023 legislative session started on Jan. 9. Some of you may be interested in participating in the legislative process. There are several ways to stay informed and involved during the 2023 …

A part of it: A holiday story | Guest View

“This darkness. Why does it have to get dark so early!” I grumbled to myself. Well, at least I didn’t have to cook tonight – I had ordered Chinese from our favorite Chinese restaurant and was …

What to know about health insurance after turning 65 | Guest View

Medicare health insurance plans are now open for enrollment for the 1.4 million Medicare beneficiaries in Washington. Deciding what type of Medicare plan is best for you can be a confusing task when …

Enough is enough: Bad behavior by coaches, parents and fans must stop | Guest View

Editor’s note: This column was submitted by Dr. Karissa Niehoff, chief executive officer of the National Federation of State High School Associations, and Mick Hoffman, executive director of the …

Feeling stressed or in pain? Alternative treatments can help | GuestView

Acupuncture, chiropractic care, and massage therapy are hundreds and thousands of years old, and are meeting a need for flexible and non-invasive therapy for chronic pain, stress and more today. …

Environment, equity: Children, poor to suffer

Who will face the biggest continuing impact of environmental decline? We are all affected, but it is clear that children and the poor bear the brunt of dramatic ecological change. According to the …

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