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Prime Living-Sponsored Feature: Coldwell Banker, Fairway experts help boomers downsize, improve retirement

You know that house you bought 40 years ago, the one you thought you’d live in for the rest of your life, the one that became your home? If you’re among the 75 million baby boomers who fit that...

 

Knights, Marauders poolin’ around

Mariner’s Nina Hyunh swims the butterfly during the 200 medley relay in a Wesco South dual meet against Jackson Tuesday, Sept. 25, at Kamiak High School....

 

Kamiak preparing to make final push for state meet | Cross country

Kamiak appears to be in good shape as the home stretch for the cross country season approaches. The Knights had strong performances at the final regular season meet – the Everett-Mukilteo Clash ...

 

Order up! l Travel Sketcher

A container ship, bound for far away ports; our Sound is an active place. Mukilteo continues to inspire me as an interesting place to sketch. I would love to get your suggestions of hidden treasures...

 

Security fencing may be removed from terminal project

For the last few months, the Mukilteo City Council has been wrestling with Washington State Ferries’ proposal to build security fencing around the new ferry terminal, which councilmembers feel...

 

New Chamber CEO brings vast experience

The Mukilteo Chamber of Commerce said goodbye to longtime employee and CEO Julie Martin recently, and is now under the leadership of Jackie Breedlove, a longtime California resident who started at...

 

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 By David Pan    Sports    October 17, 2018

Knights unable to sustain early advantage against Bearcats | Football

Kamiak had the edge on Monroe through the early part of the second quarter. The Knights had just scored their second touchdown to take a 13-0 lead. But Monroe returned the ensuing kickoff for a score and the momentum suddenly shifted 180 degrees....

 

Second half mistakes prove costly for Mariner in 28-13 defeat | Football

Mariner stayed right with Glacier Peak in the first half. But a pair of turnovers in the third quarter enabled the Grizzlies to seize control and they went on to defeat the Marauders 28-13 in a Wesco 4A football game Friday, Oct. 12, at Goddard... Full story

 
 By David Pan    Sports    October 17, 2018

Knights blank Grizzlies in rematch | Girls soccer

The second time around yielded a more favorable result for Kamiak. In their first meeting with Glacier Peak, the Knights took a 2-0 halftime lead only to surrender two Grizzly goals in the second half to come away with an unsatisfying tie. Kamiak... Full story

 

Foot soldier of the Fourth Estate l Chuck’s World

This is October, and at last I’m right where you need me to be. I know all about October. I can help. We moved to the Pacific Northwest in October, 35 years ago. Those were ancient, primordial...

 

The heart of the local church l Worship

As a Youth Pastor in Mukilteo for the past 15 years, I feel blessed to have the opportunity to see the positive impact of the local church in the lives of students right here in our community. In a time when there is so much fear, hate and...

 

Paine Field public workshop is Oct. 29

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently announced the availability of their Draft Supplemental Environmental Assessment (EA), which examines the potential environmental impacts of Alaska Airlines, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines...

 

Mukilteo FAC meets this week

The Mukilteo Ferry Advisory Committee (FAC) will meet this Thursday, Oct. 18, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Rosehill Community Center (304 Lincoln Ave). At this month’s meeting, they will discuss with the community the current mitigation measures...

 

Letters: Parking and initiatives

Voters Pamphlet decided me Our Voters Pamphlet just arrived. I had been undecided about a few of the initiatives and wanted to read the actual text before deciding. Reading the actual text of Initiative 1631 decided me. I urge you to also read the...

 

Fire at Mariner High causes evacuation

The following is a statement released by the Mukilteo School District regarding a fire at Mariner High School on Thursday, Oct 11: “Shortly after 9 a.m., a student set fire to the contents of a garbage can on the second floor of the building. A tea...

 

Help the Kamiak Dulcineas with fundraising this Friday

A common football game meal is chicken wings, so it’s only natural the Kamiak Dance Team is using wings as part of their fundraising for this Friday’s Homecoming game against Mount Vernon. Stop by the Everett Mall Buffalo Wild Wings (1402 SE...

 

More homecoming assembly photos!

Kamiak principal Eric Hong enjoys a nice slow dance with the Kamiak Knights mascot. Photo by Brandon Gustafson...

 

Homecoming royalty

Kamiak High School held its Homecoming pep assembly Monday, Oct. 16 and had members of each grade class represented on the school’s Homecoming Court. Senior Brian Park was voted Homecoming King and...

 

Rape attempt at Meadowdale County Park

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Department is searching for a suspect who reportedly sexually assaulted an adult female walking on a trail at Meadowdale Beach Park in unincorporated Snohomish County at Picnic Point. The incident occurred just...

 

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