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Prime Living-Sponsored Feature: Complete dental care all in one office at 19th Avenue Dental

Over the last 50 years, the human life span has increased rapidly. We used to think of people in their 60s and 70s as old. Now, however, it’s common to find many seniors living... — Updated 3/20/2019

 

Nature Together is a great addition to Mukilteo l TravelSketcher

Nature Together is a magical addition to Mukilteo. Kristin and her friendly crew have a mission of getting people into nature, from the youngest to the oldest members of the... — Updated 3/20/2019

 

OV students performing ‘Willy Wonka Jr.’

Olympic View Middle School students will be performing “Willy Wonka Jr.” - an adaptation of Roald Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” - at Kamiak High School on... — Updated 3/20/2019 Full story

 

Kamiak well represented at Regional Science Fair

The annual Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF) was held Saturday, March 16, at Bellevue College, and Kamiak was well-represented in a number of categories.... — Updated 3/20/2019

 
 By Brandon Gustafson    News

NOAA announces timeline of new Mukilteo facility

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA, has had a facility, the Northwest Fisheries Science Center’s Mukilteo Research Station, in Mukilteo for a long time.... — Updated 3/20/2019 Full story

 
 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Gregerson outlines goals, reviews successes at State of the City address

A call for volunteers, a reflection of the past, and a glance at the future were all on display at what may have been Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson’s final State of the City... — Updated 3/20/2019 Full story

 
 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Historical Society gearing up for lighthouse season

The Mukilteo Light Station, commonly referred to as the Mukilteo Lighthouse or simply “the lighthouse,” is synonymous with the city of Mukilteo. Mukilteo Historical Society... — Updated 3/20/2019

 
 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Search is on for next Citizen of the Year

It’s March, which can only mean one thing: it’s time to find the next Mukilteo Citizen of the Year. The award, which is sponsored by the Mukilteo Kiwanis Club, has been given... — Updated 3/20/2019

 

Sponsored Brief: Mei Zen cosmetic acupuncture

Mei Zen is an acupuncture protocol that improves your overall health, while addressing your specific health and skin care goals. Mei Zen translates as, “Beautiful person!” It is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and... — Updated 3/20/2019

 

Hammer throwers off to strong start

Kamiak graduate Tim Beard defended his hammer title at the PLU Open track meet on March 9 in Lakewood. Beard, who is red-shirting his junior season at Eastern Washington after a major surgery in September, won with a throw of 181 f... — Updated 3/20/2019 Full story

 
 By Emma Epperly    Sports

Lawmakers pushing concussion awareness

A website outlining concussions in lower-impact sports, best practices and research would be created under Senate Bill 5238, which was heard in the Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee. Prime sponsor, District 36 Sen. Reuv... — Updated 3/20/2019

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Mariner relying on senior standouts to lead the way | Baseball

It’s been a bit of whirlwind for first-year coach Reggie Corns and the Mariner baseball team. With less than a month since practices started, Corns and the Marauders are still in the getting to know each other phase. So far,... — Updated 3/20/2019

 
 By David Pan    Sports

Kamiak hoping competitive fire leads to success | Baseball

When senior Bryce Coté steps out on to the baseball diamond at Kamiak High School he sees a lot of talent on the field. The Knights have the players they need to be successful. “This is the most athletic team in my time being... — Updated 3/20/2019

 
 By Chuck Sigars    Opinion

The other March Madness l Chuck's World

My son and I had an old-fashioned conversation the other day, one in which we both pretended, for a few minutes, that we didn’t have instant access to most of humankind’s... — Updated 3/20/2019

 

A different perspective l Council Corner

I have delayed writing this letter because I believe that whatever we pay attention to gets bigger. But the issues discussed below have become larger anyhow, and it seemed time to p... — Updated 3/20/2019

 

A legendary life l Worship

The snow is melted, the sun is beginning to warm things up here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, and golf courses all around are getting busier and busier, as golf enthusiasts like many of you and myself are getting out to the... — Updated 3/20/2019

 

Letter to the Editor

Not shocked, but still Paine-ful I would like to add to Mr. Neal Thatcher’s “Thumbs down for Paine Field” (Letters to the Editor, Mukilteo Beacon, March 13, 2019), and to Mr. Paul Archipley’s “Welcome to Mukil... — Updated 3/20/2019

 

Boys & Girls Club ribbon cutting is Thursday

Thursday, March 21 at 4 p.m., is the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the brand new Mukilteo Boys and Girls Club. The facility opened in January, and snow and ice pushed back the initial ceremony. The new Mukilteo Boys and... — Updated 3/20/2019 Full story

 
 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Part 2: Electeds split on audit findings

This is the second and final part of a two-part story on Mukilteo’s elected officials sharing their thoughts on the recent Washington State Auditor’s Office report on the city’s accountability audit for 2017, as well as... — Updated 3/20/2019

 

60th Anniversary ~ 60-årsjubileum

Mrs. Alma Knudsen is a retired auditor and banker who enjoys gardening, sewing, knitting, baking, and above all, quilting at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church (OSLC-Everett), mastering everything she does! Dr. Alf Lunder Knudsen is a... — Updated 3/20/2019

 

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