Articles from the April 17, 2019 edition

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Jorgensen Golf celebrates 25 years in business

My dad is an avid golfer. He has been since he was in high school. I texted him last week, telling him I was going to interview the owner of a local golf shop. “Jules?” he asked. “I take it you... Full story


Mariner community helping shape community campus project

The Mariner Sno-Isle Library first opened in February 2017 and has since served more than 100,000 people. Sno-Isle said it identified an “underserved need” before the opening of the Mariner... Full story


New ferry terminal takes big step forward

With cameras ready and media members watching, representatives from Washington State Ferries and IMCO General Construction workers last Wednesday, April 10, revealed, well, some gray concrete walls....

 By David Pan    Sports    April 17, 2019

Mariner baseball games to be nonleague in standings

The Mariner baseball team will play out the rest of its regular season schedule after having to forfeit four games last week due to low numbers. The Marauders did not have enough players to field a team against Glacier Peak and Monroe because some... Full story


Kamiak gears up for 5K/Unified Sports Fun Run

Kamiak students and staff are preparing for a fun day of activity and inclusivity at the seventh annual UKnight for Special Olympics 5K Fun Run/Walk. The event raises funds for Kamiak’s special education program and Unified Sports teams as well as...

 By David Pan    Sports    April 17, 2019

Marauders battling against Wesco 4A’s top teams | Softball

A young Mariner team continues to make progress but still has plenty of work to do at the midpoint of the regular season. The Marauders faced two of their biggest challenges of the year against league leader Glacier Peak and defending state champion...

 By David Pan    Sports    April 17, 2019

Knights heat up in 3-0 win over Bruins | Boys soccer

K amiak rebounded from a scoreless tie with Mount Vernon with a decisive 3-0 victory over Cascade in Wesco 4A boys soccer action last week. The victory lifted the Knights (5-2-1 in the league, 6-3-1 overall) into sole possession of second place in...

 By David Pan    Sports    April 17, 2019

Late rallies lift Knights to back-to-back victories | Baseball

Clutch hitting and solid pitching helped Kamiak record back-to-back league victories for the first time since 2015. The Knights went into extra innings to edge Lake Stevens 6-4 and then defeated Mount Vernon 3-2 in Wesco 4A baseball action last...


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Forty days and forty nights l Chuck's World

I have a story for the season. I’m not sure which season yet. It could be an Easter story, but then there’s already one of those. And sometimes people think you’re referring to chocolate bunnies, and it’s hard to construct a decent metaphor...


It’s a whole new ballgame l Worship

Resurrection changes everything! New life, forgiven sins, joy for your hurting soul, even peace in hard times: all available free-of-charge, because of one Savior and one event that changed everything. It’s Easter! For Pastors, this is the biggie,...


Police Beat: 4/5 - 4/9

April 5 Warrant arrest While on patrol the officer contacted several suspicious subjects in a parking lot. One subject had a residential burglary warrant out of Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office territory. The warrant was confirmed and the subject... Full story


Mariner student Justice Brown Selected for Washington World Fellows 2019 Cohort

Lieutenant Governor Cyrus Habib’s office selected Justice Brown for the Washington World Fellows 2019 cohort. This year’s winners were selected from nearly 200 nominees from throughout the state. To be considered for the program, students had to... Full story


Mukilteo Police Department to host shred event

The Mukilteo Police Department will host a Mukilteo “Shred-It” event on Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will be held in the parking lot of Mukilteo City Hall (11930 Cyrus Way). The Mukilteo Police Department will provide a...

 By Makenna Dreher    News    April 17, 2019

2019 Run-A-Muk saved by local business owner

Penny Kellam, owner of Sunshine Productions running company, has stepped up to produce the annual Run-A-Muk 5K/10K on Aug. 24, with all proceeds going to the annual Lighthouse Festival. As The Beacon reported earlier this year, both the Run-A-Muk...


Busy beach season coming soon l Travel Sketcher

Lighthouse Park is getting quite busy, a sure sign of spring and summer. Soon even this tree will have leaves. I never tire of sketching at the beach, and would love to meet up there with some other...


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