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Articles from the March 28, 2018 edition

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 By Chuck Sigars    General    March 28, 2018

Telling it like it is l Chuck's World

Last summer, a construction company began building a neighborhood in my backyard. It’s been fascinating. Not that I doubted that someday they would. I moved here 30 years ago, next door to a large,...


Help our kids l Council Corner

These past few weeks with the Peace Park discussion I have begun to publicly ask the question in regards to our youth “What are we missing?” In return I have received an outpouring of concern, support and questions from many sides. I have been...


Preparing for disasters l Fire Sirens

How is Mukilteo more like Puerto Rico than Joplin, Missouri or Houston, Texas in a natural disaster? Since tornados (Joplin) and hurricanes (Houston) have minimal impact on the road structure, help can arrive from many directions. Islands like...


Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo holds community breakfast

On Saturday, March 10 the annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast was held at Olympic View Middle School. The event was more than just a delicious pancake breakfast served up by members of the Kiwanis Club under the supervision of Tim Taylor. Pam Taylor... Full story


Mariner golf at a glance

Mariner boys Coach: Dustin Weld, fifth year Top players: Junior Josh Olsen will be competitive with the top golfers in the league and freshman Evan Park has shown tremendous potential throughout practice. Outlook: “If we can qualify two golfers... Full story

 By David Pan    Sports    March 28, 2018

Strong junior class back for the Knights | Boys golf

The Kamiak boys golf team is ready to make another strong postseason push. The Knights bring back its core of talented juniors, who led the team to a 4A District championship and a third place finish at the state tournament. Devin Kim, Alvin Kwak, Al...


Letters: Thanks, Peace Park, and school safety

Many thanks The Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo would like to thank all the people who helped make our 14th Annual Pancake Breakfast a success. We could not have orchestrated such an elaborate event without the help of our Kiwanis volunteers and the... Full story

 By David Pan    Sports    March 28, 2018

Kamiak should be strong state contender | Girls golf

Kamiak’s Jane Kim is getting back into the swing of golf. Kim, who finished second at last year’s 4A state girls golf championships, took a couple of months off from golf due to a schedule that was packed with other school and outside...


Mukilteo students make UW Dean’s List

Students from the Mukilteo area have been named to the Dean's List at the University of Washington for the Autumn 2017 Quarter. To qualify for the Dean's List, a student must have completed at least 12 graded credits and have a GPA of at...

 By David Pan    Sports    March 28, 2018

Knights claim hard-fought win over Marauders | Boys soccer

E motions were running high between district rivals Kamiak and Mariner during their first meeting of the season. After 80 minutes of heated action, the Knights emerged with a 3-0 victory over the Marauders in a Wesco 4A boys soccer game Friday,...


School Briefs

Are you worried about school safety and security? The Mukilteo School District has arranged for a visit to Mukilteo by Dr. David Schonfeld, who is one of the nation’s leading experts in supporting students and staff members at times of crisis and l... Full story


Astounding Words from God about Jesus that you’ve never seen before l Worship

About our Lord Jesus Christ, His persecution and His blessed resurrection, from the Writings of Bahá'u'lláh: “And when the days of Moses were ended, and the light of Jesus, shining forth from the Dayspring of the Spirit, encompassed the... Full story


Former Mukilteo student pleads guilty in Edmonds murder

An Edmonds man who pled guilty to second-degree murder of a roommate was sentenced Monday, March 19, in Snohomish County Superior Court to 13 years and eight months in prison. Derrick Elijah “Wiz” Crawford, 22 could have received up to 22 years....


Mukilteo wildlife habitat project to host talk

How to Humanely Co-exist with Neighborhood Wildlife, a discussion about wildlife/human conflicts will be presented on April 5 from 7 to 8:15 p.m. at the Rosehill Community Center. Ashley Walsh, Wildlife Admission Specialist at PAWS, will discuss how...


1st Mukilteo Art Contest a big success

If the first-ever Mukilteo Art Contest is a look ahead at the future of art, then the future looks very bright indeed. Mukilteo’s Youth Advisory Committee (MYAC) put on the first Mukilteo Art... Full story


Mukilteo locals raise over $23k in memory of friend

Every year in March, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society hosts “The Big Climb,” an event where participants climb the 69-story Columbia Tower in Seattle for cancer research. Team Mully has been... Full story


‘Mukilteo Strong’ on display at March for Our Lives

Cities in Washington joined cities nationwide in the March for Our Lives this past Saturday. The marches, which occurred in Everett, Marysville, Seattle and other cities in Washington, were opposing...


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