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Articles from the March 27, 2019 edition

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Mariner, Kamiak earn awards at All-State Cheer competition

Kamiak and Mariner had strong performances at the Washington State Cheerleading Coaches Association’s All-State Cheer competition Saturday, March 23 at Kamiak High School. The Knights and Marauders... Full story

 
 By David Pan    Sports    March 27, 2019

Two seniors, freshman power Kamiak’s distance crew | Track and field

Kamiak’s girls distance crew had a stellar start in the first Wesco 4A track and field meet of the season. Senior Alicia Anderson, freshman Emma Arceo and senior Leah Clark finished 1-2-3 in the...

 

Kamiak Students of the Month March 2019

The following students were selected by Kamiak staff as Students of the Month for March 2019, due to their outstanding academics, school and/or community leadership and activities and/or athletics....

 

21st District electeds address community concerns at town hall

The people had questions, and elected officials had answers at a 21st Legislative District Town Hall Saturday, March 23, at Mariner High School. All three 21st District officials – Sen. Marko Liias,... Full story

 

Overcoming obstacles

The American Dream was created with Adam Cornell in mind. Overcoming a rough beginning – put up for adoption at age 8, shuttled around Washington’s foster care system in more than half-a-dozen...

 

Kamiak’s Leiske is a rising youth artist

If you’re looking for great art talent at the youth level, look no further than Ambrose Leiske, a junior at Kamiak. Leiske, a painter, participates in a number of art competitions in the area,... Full story

 

‘OK, we did it!’

Great weather, familiar faces, and heartfelt thanks and appreciation were all on display at the Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club’s ribbon cutting ceremony last Thursday, making the club’s opening... Full story

 

Police Beat: 3/9 - 3/14

March 9 Lost my keys Officers were dispatched for a male acting suspiciously. Officers contacted the male who advised he had lost his car keys and was trying to find them. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road. Just kidding An officer was dispatched...

 
 By Chuck Sigars    General    March 27, 2019

The sour smell of success l Chuck's World

“Let me tell you about the very rich,” F. Scott Fitzgerald said. “They are different from you and me.” In an age of aphorisms, where pithy is everything and wisdom has to squeeze into a meme...

 

Kamiak hosts Spring Break baseball camp

The Kamiak High School baseball team hosts its annual Spring Break Camp April 8-11 at the Kamiak High School baseball field. The camp hours are 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. on the field, located at 10801 Harbour Pointe Blvd. This is a skills camp for players ages...

 

Where do you come from? l Worship

Recently, I was visiting with one of my children. We were talking about their great-grandparents and some of the trials that they had faced. As we visited, I thought of the saying, "How do you know where you're going unless you know where...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    March 27, 2019

Marauders sprinters off to fast start in Wesco 4A debut | Track and field

Mariner sprinted to the head of the class. Sophomore Sebastian Wanjiru cruised to a first-place finish in the boys 100-meter dash in the first Wesco 4A track and field meet of the season Thursday, March 21, at Lake Stevens High School. The Mariner... Full story

 

Letter: No to new form of government

No to new form of government Editor’s Note: We reached out to Mr. Pickus, who is mentioned in the following letter, for a response, but Mr. Pickus did not wish to respond. He did, however, want to note that the Transportation Benefit District...

 

School Briefs

Kamiak’s Got Talent returns March 29 Kamiak High School will again be hosting their annual talent show, “Kamiak’s Got Talent,” on March 29 at the Kamiak Performing Arts Center. The event is a fundraiser, and the goal of it is to showcase a... Full story

 

City Briefs

Online open house for Sounder parking and access improvement project With $40 million in funding approved by voters in 2016 as part of ST3, Sound Transit is planning for improved parking and access options at Edmonds and Mukilteo Stations, such as...

 

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