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Articles from the July 31, 2019 edition

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 By Brandon Gustafson    News

What other issues are important to City Council candidates?

Ballots have been mailed, and the Aug. 6 primary election is less than a week away. There are four City Council seats (Positions 4-7) on the ballot this year, and three candidates... — Updated 7/31/2019 Full story

 By Brandon Gustafson    News

113 years of Mukilteo family history

Did Dan Hammer, a lifelong resident of Mukilteo whose family history in the small town dates back more than 100 years, ever expect he’d be named the 2019 Pioneer of the Year by... — Updated 7/31/2019


OV teacher gets unique look at Snohomish County

While many of Chris Hazelbrook’s coworkers and students are spending their summer break either on vacation or are attempting to not think too much about the upcoming school year,... — Updated 7/31/2019 Full story


Robison captures Snohomish Summer Smash singles crown

Kamiak’s Leah Robison took home top honors in the Girls Gold Division at the fifth annual Snohomish Summer Smash Saturday, July 27, at Snohomish High School. Robison defeated Edmonds-Woodway’s Natalie Paulson 6-1, 6-4, in the... — Updated 7/31/2019 Full story


Young Kamiak players continue to make progress

The Kamiak boys basketball team made the strides that coach Brandon Corsi was hoping to see. The highlight of the spring and summer for the Knights was winning the Stanwood Spartan Classic in late June. Kamiak defeated Newport 61-3... — Updated 7/31/2019


Letters to the Editor: It's political season!

I support Gregerson Our mayor, Jennifer Gregerson, is running for the Snohomish County Council seat District 2, vacated by Brian Sullivan, who was another of this City’s best mayors. In the past few months, she has held her head... — Updated 7/31/2019 Full story

 By Chuck Sigars    Opinion

This is how you go home again l Chuck's World

It’s an unremarkable place, even by the standards of nondescript architecture. A low-slung building with what appears to be a tin roof, a tourist stop just an hour away from the... — Updated 7/31/2019 Full story

 By Mike Gold    Opinion

Volunteering l Off Kilter

I’ve volunteered some of my time for quite a long period. It started while I was still a relatively young worker. I was working at Raytheon in Waltham, Massachusetts, building... — Updated 7/31/2019


Police Beat: 7/9-7/22

July 9 Gun drawn The reporting party (RP) reported seeing a male in the street with a gun pointing it "down the street." He then got into a silver passenger car and left. The RP was a passerby and did not see what or who... — Updated 7/31/2019


Of dikes, ballgames, and clambakes

Today’s Lighthouse Park parking area was once the home ballfield for the Mukilteo baseball team. Besides competing against visiting teams here, the Mukilteo team had to battle... — Updated 7/31/2019


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