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Put your funk on – with style – at Hair Products Galore & Gifts

Kicking around ideas to describe their eclectic line of designer wear and home products, entrepreneur Diann Kincaid and co-worker Vicki Terry settled on a delightful depiction: “Elegant Funk....

 By Brandon Gustafson    News    May 2, 2018

Sno-Isle levy appears to have squeaked by

After initial counts had the results of the April 24 election as “too close to count,” it appears the proposition to increase Sno-Isle’s property tax levy by 9 cents in 2018 will pass. The... Full story

 By Alex Visser    News    May 2, 2018

Town hall helps unite community

A bevy of words filled Mukilteo’s Rosehill Community Center on Thursday, as residents and local leaders came together to discuss potential solutions to gun violence. The town hall was organized by...

 By Brandon Gustafson    News    May 2, 2018

Annual 5k raises funds for Kamiak’s Unified Special Olympics teams

Despite rain, wind, and typical springtime Washington weather, members of the Kamiak community got their exercise in and helped raise money at Kamiak’s Annual UKnight for Special Olympics 5k Fun...


Kamiak takes down Mariner | Girls tennis

Kamiak’s Leah Robison prevailed 6-2, 6-1 over Mariner’s Winnie Chen in the No. 1 singles match during a Wesco 4A clash Monday, April 30, at Kamiak High School....

 By Brandon Gustafson    News    May 2, 2018

City staff participating in ‘Bike to Work Month’

If you’re driving and it seems like more bikers are out riding this month, you’re right. May is “Bike to Work Month,” and the city of Mukilteo is encouraging locals to participate. Although...

 By David Pan    Sports    May 2, 2018

Robbins leads Knights past Bruins | Softball

If Kamiak senior pitcher Cecilia Robbins was rattled, she didn’t show it. The Knights took a 3-0 lead into the bottom of the seventh when Cascade rallied for two runs and put the tying run on third... Full story

 By David Pan    Sports    May 2, 2018

Mariner wins opener, Kamiak takes series finale | Baseball

Kamiak and Mariner both had reasons to feel upbeat after last week’s two-game series. The two teams split their regular season series with the Marauders winning the opener 11-4 Wednesday, April 25,...


Timing can be everything l Worship

It doesn’t hurt to be a little lucky. Temple Beth Or’s search for our next rabbi took a lot of energy and coordination and was carefully planned. As we executed our plans we hoped we would be... Full story


Historical Society going digital - Details at May 10 meeting

Mukilteo Historical Society will be offering, by year's end, digital access to its significant collection of archived photographs (over 3,000). This project has required a major commitment of time and expertise from many of our members and the...

 By David Pan    Sports    May 2, 2018

Knights tap Davis to take over volleyball program

Kamiak High School has hired Jason Davis as its new head volleyball coach. The longtime Mukilteo resident replaces Greg Post, who decided to step down in part to spend more time with his family and to ease up on his schedule. Davis brings an...

 News    May 2, 2018

Mayor Gregerson announces ‘Cool Girls in Aerospace’ partnership

Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson announced that the city will again partner with Edmonds Community College and the Washington Aerospace Training & Research (WATR) Center to give 10 area middle school girls an introduction to the aerospace...


Public assistance request from Mukilteo PD

On Thursday, April 26, at approximately 10:02 a.m., Mukilteo Police Officers responded to the 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard after a female reported an elderly male approached her and initiated an inappropriate conversation. The... Full story


School Briefs

Students will help research cure for cancer Mariner sophomores Marlene Barajas-Salas, Amber Carbajal, Portia Forson, Alberta Gbla, and freshman Nina Huynh will start researching for cures for cancer at a two-week paid internship at the Fred... Full story


When the joke is on us l Chuck's World

Ask a comedian around the age of 60 for early comic influences, and you'll almost always hear about Bill Cosby. Cosby was funny, silly, understandable, accessible to kids, and his comedy albums were everywhere. He also had a TV series, “I... Full story


School Board statement on school safety

The issue of safety and security in our schools is always a strong concern, but has been increasingly so during the past few months since the tragic school shooting in Florida, the resulting activism by students, and our own incident here in the...


How many unsubscribe buttons can I press? l Editor's Note

One thing I notice with this job is the amount of emails I receive on a daily basis. Working on my computer every day, it’s pretty easy to tell I receive a large amount of emails. A decent amount of...


Kamiak hires new head football coach

Kamiak High School has found its new head football coach. Bryant Thomas, who had been at the helm of the Auburn Riverside program since 2013, has been hired to succeed Dan Mack, who retired after 20 years as the Knights head coach. Thomas led the...


Letters: Parks, transit, and living wages

Response to park discussion letter Editor’s Note: In last week’s issue, Paul Marshall wrote a Letter to the Editor regarding Mukilteo City Councilmember Anna Rohrbough’s motion to build an additional park in Mukilteo with excess funds from the...


Police Beat: 4/20-4/27

April 20 Vehicle prowl The reporting party advised that personal property was stolen from his vehicle. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. Another one The reporting party advised that personal property was stolen from her vehicle. 600 block of...


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