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Mariner High School cheerleaders hosting youth clinic on Sept. 14

The Little Marauder Cheer Clinic is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 14 at Mariner High School. The clinic is for youth ages K-8 will be from 9 a.m. to noon with registration at 8:45 a.m. Participants should wear gym clothes and tennis shoes, and bring...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 11, 2019

Knights shut out by Braves | Football

Kamiak battled to the end against Bishop Blanchet. But the Braves' experience was too much to overcome as the Knights fell 42-0 in a nonconference football game Friday, Sept. 6, at Bishop Blanchet...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 11, 2019

Kamiak hoping for another strong postseason run

The 2019 Kamiak volleyball team has a tough act to follow. The Knights are coming off one of their most successful seasons, which culminated in the team’s first appearance at the 4A tournament in...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 11, 2019

Veteran roster should boost Marauders' prospects

The Mariner volleyball team is growing up. The Marauders enter the season with an experienced roster composed entirely of juniors and seniors. That experience is translating into better play on the...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 11, 2019

Mariner loses to Arlington in football season opener

The Mariner football team couldn't overcome its inexperience. Arlington scored three second-half touchdowns to pull away from the Marauders and claim a 35-7 victory in a nonconference game Friday, Sept. 6, at Arlington High School. "It really kind...

 

Letters to the Editor

Loving the signs The new 25 mph white signs painted on the Goat Trail Loop Road are wonderful! Now we need them on Fifth Street (Mukilteo Boulevard), Mukilteo Lane, and really all the streets in Old Town. For visitors and residents, a reminder that e...

 

Salvation is in the ordinary l Worship

Editor’s Note: Father Bill Mobley was a Worship columnist for The Beacon in the early- and mid-1990s until his death in 1996. A few times this year, we will be revisiting his columns. This column ran in 1993. Jesus most often used ordinary stories...

 

New England oddities l Off Kilter

As we lived in greater Boston (and New Hampshire) for over 30 years, I thought it might be of interest to look at some of the odd things about living there. Expressions When you want a soda in a...

 

Falling into grace, one step at a time l Chuck's World

Summer in the Northwest is abstract, only minimally tethered to the calendar. Summer weather seldom gets going until mid-July, but the season starts when you decide it does. I suspect we all...

 

New Mukilteo School District superintendent named

Well that didn't take long. Just few weeks after it was announced that Mukilteo School District Superintendent Dr. Marci Larsen would retire at the end of the year after nearly 17 years at the helm...

 

Local garden club announces scholarship recipient

The Mukilteo Way Garden Club has announced the recipient of its $1,000 Horticultural Scholarship for 2019-2020 at a recent summer meeting. Ricardo Naranjo of Cashmere was chosen. He will be a senior,...

 

Police Beat: 8/29 - 9/3

Aug. 29 Keyed car The reporting party (RP) reported that sometime within the last few days someone "keyed" down the length of both sides of her vehicle. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. Spittin’ mad The RP came to the Police Department and...

 

Highlights from 2019 Lighthouse Festival

Photos by Brandon Gustafson...

 

Welcome to the Mukilteo Lightning Festival

On a night when seemingly all of Mukilteo was down at Lighthouse Park, Mother Nature decided to make her presence known. The 54th annual Lighthouse Festival took place this past weekend – Friday...

 

Sisters tag team on mural depicting Mukilteo

There are a few pieces of art across town unique to Mukilteo. There's the wood-caved totem at the roundabout at Lighthouse Park, the "hot dog man" wood statue where the old Neener Neener Weiner hot...

 

Attempted sale of Hawthorne Hall fails

Sell? Lease? Tear down? Keep? What should be done with Hawthorne Hall? Hawthorne Hall, 1134 Second St., is where the Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club called home earlier this year before moving to its new facility in Harbour Pointe. The building was built...

 

27 opioid overdoses, 2 deaths in one week in July

Twenty-seven people in Snohomish County overdosed because of opioids during one week in July. Of those 27 overdoses, two were fatal. The information comes from the third annual seven-day point-in-time count done by the Snohomish Health District and t...

 

Kamiak freshmen win 3-on-3 tournament | Basketball

Four incoming Kamiak freshman won the boys open high school division at the Fairfest 3 on 3 tournament last month in Monroe. Kamiak outscored its opponents 125 to 50 in five games (games played first...

 

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