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Articles from the May 23, 2018 edition

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Attempted murder at Staybridge

An apparent love triangle nearly turned deadly this past Saturday as an Everett man forced his ex-girlfriend to ingest Xanax and fentanyl in an apparent attempt to cause her to overdose. According to...

 By David Pan    Sports    May 23, 2018

Kamiak captures district championships | Golf

Kamiak and Mariner both had reasons to celebrate after last week’s 4A District boys and girls golf tournaments. The Knights captured a pair of team championships and had the top two finishers in...

 By Chuck Sigars    General    May 23, 2018

The star witness l Chuck's World

If you’re a fan of the E. L. Doctorow novel “Ragtime” (or the subsequent film, or the musical), you’re familiar with Evelyn Nesbit. You’d be familiar at any rate, I think. It’s an old... Full story


Safe Place, Baby Safe Haven, and Map Your Neighborhood…oh my! l Fire Sirens

Do you live in Mukilteo and want to know how to better prepare your family and neighborhood for a disaster? Read on! Are you a teen that feels like you are out of options and don’t know where to turn? Read on! Are you a parent of a new baby, feelin... Full story


Meet our summer intern, Ian Davis-Leonard | Editor's Note

Expect to see a new byline in the Beacon papers for the next few months! We at Beacon Publishing are really excited to welcome our summer intern, Ian Davis-Leonard, to the Beacon family. Ian is going...


Do flies serve a purpose?

No summer picnic would be complete without hamburgers, hot dogs, and flies. Do these annoying insects really serve a purpose? Certain flies are drawn to dead creatures. Several big flies inside your house could signify a dead animal nearby,...


Signs of God’s presence are evident | Worship

Among Christians, the feast of Pentecost is celebrated 50 days after Easter. In the Bible, in the book of Acts chapter 2, we read, “And suddenly from Heaven there came a sound like the rush of a violent wind and it filled the entire house.” (v.... Full story


Memorial Day ceremonies at Pioneer Cemetery

Come join us to commemorate Memorial Day at Mukilteo's PioneerCemetery, 513 Webster St., starting at 10:30 a.m. Monday, May 28. Ceremonies will include: • Patriotic music will be performed by MPC Brass • Master of Ceremonies will be performed... Full story


Your child can spend the summer immersed in robotics, coding, more

STEMTREE Education Center offers K-12 curriculum in science, coding, robotics and electricity & electronics. Your child will experience every subject during a week of summer camp. We will create a customized learning plan for your child and...

 By Brandon Gustafson    A&E    May 23, 2018

‘Stage and Screen’ caps off MCO’s season

Songs from the big screen made it to Rosehill this past Sunday in the Mukilteo Community Orchestra’s final performance of the 2017-18 season. The performance, titled “Stage and Screen” brought...


Police Beat: 5/10-5/19

May 10 Disabled no more Officers responded for a disabled vehicle. It was not located. The Mukilteo Speedway and Harbour Pointe Boulevard. I am NOT suspicious The reporting party advised of a suspicious vehicle. The occupant was contacted and there... Full story


Mukilteo seniors donate $1,000 to city for new telescope

The Mukilteo Senior Association has donated $1,000 for a telescope that will be permanently installed at Rosehill Community Center. “Mayor Gregerson and City Council have historically given support to the Mukilteo Seniors, including providing us...


MSD bus drivers take first at Road-e-o

On Saturday, May 19, three drivers from the Mukilteo School District competed in the annual ESD (Extended School District) 189 Bus Safety Road-e-o. The trio went up against drivers from Bellingham, Marysville and Edmonds school districts for the... Full story


Kamiak grad graduating from Naval Academy

Nicholas J. Taglialavore, son of Mike and Debbie Taglialavore of Mukilteo, graduates from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, on May 25, and will be commissioned as an officer in the United States Navy. Taglialavore, a 2014... Full story


School Briefs

District to hold public meeting on safety and security Are you concerned about safety and security at Mukilteo schools? You’ll have an opportunity to learn more about what the school district is doing to make its schools safer and more secure...


Every bunny enjoys the sunshine

Nobody tell Elmer Fudd, but it’s “Wabbit Season” at the Mukilteo Lighthouse! A pair of rabbits spent the sunny afternoon on Sunday, May 20 running around and eating grass next to the...


Future meets past

Old met new at Paine Field’s annual Aviation Day on Saturday, May 19 as a Boeing 777 prepared for take off right in front of a North American T-6 Texan aircraft. Aviation Day drew plane fanatics...

 By Ian Davis-Leonard    News    May 23, 2018

Council approves design criteria for waterfront access

In a decision that will affect the future of pedestrian safety at the Mukilteo waterfront and ferry terminal for years to come, the Mukilteo City Council approved the design criteria for the...

 By Brandon Gustafson    News    May 23, 2018

Mukilteo challengers for Liias’ Senate seat

It looks like Sen. Marko Liias will have a few challengers from his native Mukilteo in the upcoming election. Mario Lotmore and Riaz Khan, both of whom live in Mukilteo, have filed the appropriate... Full story

 By David Pan    Sports    May 23, 2018

Knights wrap up successful season at district tourney | Softball

The future is bright for the Kamiak softball program. The young Knights played two of their best games of the season at the 4A District tournament but came up short in both contests. Monroe, which eventually claimed the district’s No. 2 seed to...

 By David Pan    Sports    May 23, 2018

Knights, Maurauders advance to 4A state meet | Track and field

The second time around was even sweeter for Matthew Stark. The Kamiak senior successfully defended his 4A District discus title Friday, May 18, at Shoreline Stadium. Stark finished first with a throw of 155 feet, 4 inches, not far off from his... Full story


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