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In like a lion, out like a lamb? | Through Our Lens

Windstorms within the last week left thousands in Mukilteo without power, downed trees in neighborhoods, washed driftwood up on the beach, tipped over street signs and clogged... — Updated 3/16/2016 Full story

 
 By Sara Bruestle    News

Festival association installs new president

The Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival Association has a new president. Paul Salas was installed as president of the MLFA on Feb. 17 to replace Jeanmarie Trapp. This is his first term as... — Updated 3/16/2016 Full story

 
 By Sara Bruestle    A & E

‘Chocolate Factory’ leaves a sweet taste | Theater Review

The audience gets a tour through the most magnificent chocolate factory in the world with Mariner High School’s spring musical. Mariner Drama presents “Charlie and the Chocolate... — Updated 3/16/2016

 
 By Sara Bruestle    Schools

Events empower teenagers to ‘kick butts’

With chalk instead of spray paint, students within the last week graffitied their reasons for not smoking in the commons at Kamiak and Mariner high schools. “Cigs are cancer... — Updated 3/16/2016

 

Schedule of community events for week of March 16 | Around Town

March 16 Festival volunteers wanted 7 p.m. The Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival is seeking volunteers to help plan Mukilteo’s largest party of the year. Learn about the great opportunities available at the festival meeting held on... — Updated 3/16/2016 Full story

 

More than just another face in the crowd | Worship

This Sunday is Palm Sunday, a day that has been celebrated around the world since about the third or fourth century. It’s the day that commemorates Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey as people paved the way for His entrance... — Updated 3/16/2016

 

Winter guard to perform 'Run Red Run' at classic | School brief

The Kamiak Winter Guard will host the seventh annual Winter Guard Classic competition on Saturday, March 19, in the Kamiak High School gym. The preliminaries begin at noon, with and finals beginning at 4 p.m. Doors open at 11:30... — Updated 3/16/2016

 

Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of March 16 | Police Beat

March 9 Suspicious – 12300 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd. Officers were dispatched for a report of a suspicious woman. The woman had a warrant for theft out of Marysville that Marysville police declined to confirm. The woman left the... — Updated 3/16/2016 Full story

 

Next step: Make airport nationally significant | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: Once again, politicians in robes have ruled in favor of commercial airports at Paine Field [Airport passenger service for Paine Field clears court hurdle,” front page, March 9]. Is anybody surprised? Apparentl... — Updated 3/16/2016 Full story

 

School transgender policies go too far | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: Roughly one year ago, I wrote a letter to The Beacon regarding the Mukilteo schools’ adoption of transgender use of locker and restroom facilities [“School district’s transgender policy unreasonable,... — Updated 3/16/2016

 

Farewell to Lighthouse Festival president | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: The Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival Association is writing to express our sincere appreciation to our former president for giving so much of her time, talent and commitment to help make the 50th Lighthouse... — Updated 3/16/2016

 
 By Chuck Sigars    Opinion

A captive audience | Chuck's World

My favorite magical creatures are genies. Sorry, unicorns. I still admire you. But genies are fun because they allow me to make a point while still being lazy, my preferred state.... — Updated 3/16/2016 Full story

 
 By Jim Miller    Opinion

How to avoid Medicare mistakes when you’re still working | Savvy Senior

Dear Savvy Senior, Should I enroll in Medicare at age 65 if I’m still working and have coverage through my employer? – Almost 65 Dear Almost, The rules for enrolling in Medicare... — Updated 3/16/2016 Full story

 
 By Chef Dez    Opinion

Black beer for St. Patrick's Day | Chef Dez

My annual salute to the Irish always includes a pint of Guinness Beer, a delicious black stout from Dublin, Ireland. This full-bodied beer has a considerably smooth finish despite its bold characteristics –and is delightful to dri... — Updated 3/16/2016

 
 By James Spangler    Opinion

Set the Wayback Machine for John Denver – far out! | Art & Appetite

It’s fascinating how music can have such a strong emotional impact. If you’re like me, certain songs will absolutely captivate you, others will make you cry, still others will virtually force you out onto the dance floor.... — Updated 3/16/2016

 

Local trainer suffers major injuries in collision

Long-time personal trainer Kay Wagner faces a long recovery after suffering severe injuries in a head-on collision last week. Many Mukilteans know Wagner through her training programs that included yoga, Pilates, strength and... — Updated 3/16/2016 Full story

 
 By Sara Bruestle    News

Gangs are here in Snohomish County

The following article is the seventh in an eight-part series produced by The Beacon on teen issues. Called “Turn Up The Volume,” the series aims to educate our readers while offering information – and hope – to those needing... — Updated 3/16/2016

 
 By Sara Bruestle    News

Alaska Air 'keenly interested' in Paine Field

Now that circuit judges have denied an appeal of the Federal Aviation Administration’s decision to permit commercial flights out of Paine Field, interest from at least one airline is back. Two airlines asked Snohomish County to... — Updated 3/16/2016

 

EvCC to host Spanish-language Family Night April 12

Everett Community College is hosting a college planning Family Night in Spanish for high school students and their families at 5:30 p.m. on April 12 at EvCC’s Henry M. Jackson Conference Center. At Noche Entre Familia, families... — Updated 3/16/2016

 

Pollinating your garden to be topic of discussion

"Attracting Native Pollinators to Your Garden,” a discussion about how pollination with the help of insects can boost your success in creating a healthy and successful garden, will be presented on Thursday, March 31, at... — Updated 3/16/2016 Full story

 

Give blood with the Red Cross to save lives

The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood during National Volunteer Month this April and make a difference in the lives of patients in need. More than 3 million donated blood through the Red Cross last year. T... — Updated 3/16/2016

 

EdCC to host free Technology Exposition event

Learn about cracking passwords and the internal workings of your hard drive at its second Technology Exposition on April 2 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at Edmonds Community College. “There are many technological advances we hear about on... — Updated 3/16/2016

 

Discovery Elementary addition to cost $3 million | Board Report

During its meeting on March 14, the Mukilteo School Board did the following: Honored three students for their outstanding performance. Recognized were Ian Jackson of the Community-Based Transition Center (CBTC), Gracelynn Dawson... — Updated 3/16/2016

 

Over 500K drive-alone trips eliminated last year

Community Transit’s Choice Connections program promotes smart transportation options throughout Snohomish County. In 2015, these commute trip reduction efforts combined to eliminate 538,696 drive-alone trips and 5.8 million... — Updated 3/16/2016 Full story

 

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