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Articles from the October 15, 2014 edition

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 By Laura Daniali    A&E    October 15, 2014

Winter wonderland in the heart of Lynnwood

Over the past 30 years, Wight’s Home & Garden has perfected a winter wonderland in the heart of Lynnwood. Each year, it has grown, and this year, it boasts about 23,000 square feet of holiday... Full story


Driftwood Players present ‘Other People’s Money’

The Edmonds Driftwood Players are presenting “Other People’s Money” by Jerry Sterner until Oct. 19. What happens when business as usual takes a turn for the worse? Wall Street takeover artist...


Symphony’s opening concert expected to sell out

The Cascade Symphony Orchestra will present the first concert of its 53rd season, “Symphonic Dances,” at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 20, at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. The title work by...


‘Mayhem’ exhibit opens Oct. 27 at EvCC | School brief

See geologic images and displays about four types of hazards – landslides, earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunamis – at Everett Community College’s Russell Day Gallery from Monday, Oct. 27, to...


Explorer students pretty (spirited) in pink

Explorer Middle School celebrated their school spirit on Oct. 8 with Pink Day. Pictured are: (front row) Hyomin Kim, Daniel Oswalt, Andrew Shin, Kai Daniels, Alliyah Olegario and (back row) Cristian... Full story


Rep. DelBene leads local leadership luncheon

Mayor Jennifer Gregerson welcomed U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene and about 20 female leaders from the region for a women’s leadership event held at Mukilteo City Hall on Oct. 13. Above, Gregerson and...


Author writes fiction about factual science

It’s a happy consequence for Carol Cassella that writing fiction about factual science makes for marvelous mysteries. Cassella, author of “Gemini,” is the keynote speaker at the 22nd annual...


Q&A: Get to know your state House Pos. 2 candidates

To give Mukilteo voters the opportunity to get to know the candidates up for election this November, The Beacon sent out a questionnaire with five questions, plus the option for a closing statement.... Full story

 By Sara Bruestle    News    October 15, 2014

Police: Kamiak grad driver in crash that killed him

An Everett Police Department investigation has found that a Kamiak grad who was killed when a Jeep struck a guardrail on Mukilteo Boulevard on March 13 was the driver. Detectives recently finished... Full story


Kamiak holds on for win over Mount Vernon | Prep volleyball

The Kamiak volleyball team held on for a five game win over Mount Vernon on Tuesday, Oct. 14, beating the Bulldogs 3-2 in Mount Vernon. The Knights won 14-25, 26-24, 25-20, 18-25 and 15-11. Kat Anderson had nine kills and 13 assists, while Haley...


Mariner falls to Monroe | Prep volleyball

The Mariner volleyball team lost a league match to Monroe on Tuesday, Oct. 14, falling in three games. The scores were 25-17, 25-14 and 25-22 for the Bearcats. Andrea Canizales had six kills for the Marauders, while Kiana White added three kills and... Full story


Mount Vernon shuts out Mariner | Girls prep soccer

The Mariner girls soccer team lost in a shut out to Mount Vernon on Tuesday, Oct. 14. The final score was 8-0 for the Bulldogs. The Marauders, now 0-9 in league and 0-11 this season, will play at Kamiak on Thursday, Oct. 16 at 7:30 p.m. Contact... Full story


Kamiak beats Monroe, wins fifth straight | Girls prep soccer

The Kamiak girls soccer won its fifth straight game on Tuesday, Oct. 14, beating Monroe 2-1 in Monroe. Natalie Smith and Cailin Wiley both scored goals in the first half, while Monroe's Ashlyn Walker scored the only Bearcats goal of the game....


Mariner falls to Mount Vernon, Everett | Girls prep swimming

The Mariner girls swimming team went to Everett on Tuesday, Oct. 14 for a league meet against Everett and Mount Vernon. The Marauders lost to Mount Vernon 114-62 and fell 114-67 to Everett. Brianna Lucien won the 50 freestyle race in 26.75 seconds,...


Kamiak tops Jackson | Girls prep swimming

The Kamiak girls swimming team earned a league win over Jackson on Tuesday, Oct. 14, beating the Timberwolves 99-84. The Jackson 200 medley relay team of Maddie Pressler, Nicole Limberg, Chloe Limargo and Ashley Sawyer were first in 1:55.21, while...


Mariner tops Cascade in final regular season match | Boys prep tennis

The Mariner boys tennis team finished out the regular season on Tuesday, Oct. 14, beating Cascade 5-2 at home. In singles matches, David Chang lost 6-0, 6-1 to Yevgeniy Kolomiyets, while Ferdinan Feliciano beat Aaron Bertell 6-2, 6-2 and Jignesh...


Though seasons change, God’s love is unchanging | Worship

Ahhhh. Autumn is my favorite season – even in Washington. Ooh, did I say that out loud? Growing up in upstate New York and in Minnesota (both of which have four seasons per year), I have seen the beauty of red, orange and yellow maple leaves...


Mukilteo student named to PLU Dean’s List | School brief

A student from Mukilteo has made the Pacific Lutheran University Dean’s List for the 2014 spring semester. Marisa Gonzalez is a communications major at PLU. She made the Dean’s List with a 3.56 grade point average. She graduated from Kamiak High...


Mariner students to clean up their community

The students at Mariner High School are fed up with the graffiti in their community, so they’re going to do something about it. Mariner students will pick up, sweep and scrub on Saturday, Oct. 18, in the first-ever Mariner Community Cleanup. The...


Vote with me for Anthony Howard | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: As the ballots arrive in your mailboxes this month, please take the time to cast your vote for my friend and colleague, Anthony Howard, to be our new District Court judge. Mr. Howard is currently serving as the Snohomish County... Full story


Kamiak chamber group is ‘über’ good | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: I had the good fortune to be invited to the Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast given by the city, held Oct. 3 at Rosehill Community Center. It was a very nice event, but the highlight for me was the music provided for us by... Full story


Is Mukilteo becoming a doormat? | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: I will be honest and upfront – I have never been an advocate for moving the ferry unless it was completely out of Mukilteo [“Open house goes over ferry terminal project,” The Beacon, page 3, Oct. 1]. I know a lot of people ar...


I-594 infringes on our constitutional rights | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: OK, enough is enough. Our extremely young, inexperienced and ideologically “progressive” mayor has finally crossed the line [“We support universal background checks,” The Beacon, Mayor’s Message, page 4, Oct. 8]. I...


What I saw at the revolution | Chuck's World

My parents gave me a watch as a high school graduation gift in 1976. It was a conversation piece, that watch, and very cool, using LED lights and an integrated circuit chip, and probably produced by...


Alicia Dee ‘Dee’ Tindall: 1948-2014

Alicia Dee “Dee” (Anderson) Tindall of Milton-Freewater, Ore., passed away peacefully on Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. She was 66 years old. Dee was born on Aug. 20, 1948, in Spokane to Weldon and Vivian (Dunning) Anderson. Her maternal grandparents... Full story


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