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Articles from the February 4, 2015 edition

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Columbia family celebrates life of teacher

Students, faculty and families celebrated the memory of Joline Lambert on Friday at Columbia Elementary where she taught second grade. Ms. Lambert passed away on Jan. 21. Students performed a...


Get funky with New Orleans zydeco at ECA

Grammy award-winning, eighth generation Louisiana Creole artist Terrance Simien, along with his Zydeco Experience band, will bring their funk, reggae and blues music to Edmonds Center for the Arts at... Full story


Congratulations Kamiak Students of the Month

The following students were selected by Kamiak staff as Students of the Month for January 2015, due to their outstanding academics, school and/or community leadership and activities and/or athletics....


EdCC men's soccer coach steps down

On Tuesday, Feb. 3, Edmonds Community College men's soccer coach Brandon Mitalas announced he would be stepping down. He led the team for six years, winning three NWAC North titles for the... Full story


Jay Zorich: 1951-2015

We lost the world’s nicest guy, a man who loved to laugh and make others laugh, when Jay Zorich passed away due to congestive heart failure on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015, in Everett. Jay was the son of...


Mariner wins Stinky Shoe over Kamiak | Boys prep basketball

In the annual Stinky Shoe game, the Mariner boys basketball team beat rival Kamiak at home on Tuesday, Feb. 3. The Marauders won 66-51. Mariner led 13-8 after the first quarter, but were outscored 16-12 in the second to make it a 25-24 game at halfti...


Kamiak closes out regular season with win over Lake Stevens | Boys prep swimming

The Kamiak boys swimming team earned a final win of the regular season, beating Lake Stevens 117-68 at home on Tuesday, Feb. 3. The Knights 200 medley relay team of Eben Schumann, Walter Limm, Henry Limm and Ben Dovinh were first in 1:43.08, while...


Teens place top 12 in international ballet competition

Edmonds-based Olympic Ballet School, under the direction of former Pacific Northtwest Ballet artists Mara Vinson and Oleg Gorboulev, sent three students to the 2015 Youth America Grand Prix competition, a highly anticipated, prestigious...


Budding artists to exhibit works

The 4th annual exhibit of artwork from the talented students in the visual arts programs of the Mukilteo School District's secondary schools will take place at Rosehill Community Center, 304 Lincoln, Mukilteo, now through Friday, March 27. A...


Students in the News

UW-Stevens Point undergrad honored for high GPA A student from Mukilteo has been honored for his high grade point average for the fall semester. The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point honored more than 2,740 undergraduate students for attaining... Full story


Author Paul Owen Lewis visits Serene Lake Elementary

“Wow,” “I want to learn how to write,” and “Look what I wrote.” These are just some of the many positive comments Serene Lake Elementary students made after an all-day visit recently from a real, live author. Paul Owen Lewis, author of ...


Purim: Not your typical Jewish holiday | Worship

Purim is one of the more unusual holidays on the Jewish calendar. It is based on the story in the Book of Esther in which Esther, a Jew who has been made Queen of Persia, and her cousin Mordechai foil the plot of Haman, the King of Persia’s evil...


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