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Articles from the October 27, 2016 edition

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 By Gordy Arlin    General

When will the Trust of God, latent in the reality of man, emerge? (Part 9) | Worship

Read parts 1-8 of the nine-part “When will the Trust of God, latent in the reality of man, emerge?” series at –Ed. The last three sentences of the... — Updated 10/27/2016 Full story


Trinity Lutheran celebrates 75 years

This coming weekend, Trinity Lutheran Church celebrates 75 years of ministry to south Snohomish County with a gala dinner and multiple celebrations on Oct. 29-30. The timing is... — Updated 10/27/2016


Film cabaret series continues with 'Cabaret' on Nov. 3

After the launch of Edmonds Center for the Arts’ new film cabaret series with “West Side Story” (1961) last month, the series continues with “Cabaret” (1972) on Thursday,... — Updated 10/27/2016


Renton to host its first-ever Comic Con

Embracing the growing geek culture across the nation and with a desire to connect with the millennial populace that tends to migrate to greater Seattle, the Renton Chamber of... — Updated 10/27/2016


Right on time: Political skewering at ECA

The Capitol Steps, a Washington DC-based comedy troupe that began as a group of Senate staffers, will present a show 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28, at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.... — Updated 10/27/2016


District craft fair helps students pay for college | School brief

Are you looking for a great way to start your holiday shopping and help raise money for students? Mark your calendars to attend the 23rd annual Mukilteo School District Craft Fair... — Updated 10/27/2016


Earthquake expert to discuss quake danger

As part of the Great Washington Shakeout, Seattle Times science reporter Sandi Doughton will speak at several Sno-Isle libraries on how to be safe during big earthquakes. Doughton... — Updated 10/27/2016


Marauders crown their homecoming royalty

Homecoming King Cayden Herbert and Queen Maddy Hernandez are crowned during this year’s coronation at Mariner High School as part of Homecoming Spirit Week. The king and... — Updated 10/27/2016


Mariner claims 2nd match of year | Volleyball

Mariner won its second match of the season, defeating Cascade 21-25, 25-15, 19-25, 25-18, 15-12 in a Wesco 4A volleyball match on Oct. 18. Jenny Caywood recorded 16 kills and 3 blocks and Corinne Davis had 48 assists. Hayley Muir... — Updated 10/27/2016


Knights win final regular season meet | Girls swimming

Kamiak wrapped up the regular dual meet season with a pair of wins over Mount Vernon and Cascade in Wesco 4A girls swimming action. The Knights beat Mount Vernon 116.50-59.50 and Cascade 129-50 Oct. 20 at Kamiak High School.... — Updated 10/27/2016


Wiley scores 2 goals in Kamiak victory | Girls soccer

Kailin Wiley scored two goals to help lead Kamiak to a 3-0 victory over Monroe in a Wesco 4A girls soccer game on Oct. 20. Savannah Congdon scored the Knights’ third goal. Kamiak also beat Mount Vernon 6-0 on Oct. 24. The... — Updated 10/27/2016


Knights take third at Wesco championships | Cross country

Three Kamiak runners finished in the top 20 to help the Knights place third at the Wesco girls cross country championships on Saturday. Katherine Slack and Alicia Anderson placed fifth and sixth, respectively, and teamamte Leah... — Updated 10/27/2016


Kamiak’s LeWarne inducted into Edmonds-Woodway Athletic Hall of Fame

Kamiak coach Charley LeWarne and his teammates on the 1981, 1982 and 1983 Edmonds High School boys cross country teams were among the 2016 inductees into the Edmonds-Woodway High School Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 20. Coached by... — Updated 10/27/2016 Full story

 By David Pan    Sports

Kamiak loses to Glacier Peak 45-21 | Football

An inexperienced Kamiak team fought hard but dropped its third straight game. Sophomore quarterback Ayden Ziomas threw for 6 touchdowns to lead Glacier Peak to a 45-21 victory over the Knights in a Wesco 4A football game Friday... — Updated 10/27/2016


Mariner dominates Bulldogs, closes in on playoff berth | Football

Mariner was crisp on both sides of the ball in a dominant victory over Mount Vernon. Senior quarterback JJ Walker threw 2 touchdown passes to senior wide receiver Anthony Allen and both also ran for a score to lead the Marauders... — Updated 10/27/2016

 By David Pan    Sports

Kamiak battles to 3-1 victory over Glacier Peak | Volleyball

Kamiak had ample motivation to beat Glacier Peak. Monday night’s clash with the Grizzlies was the final regular season home match for the Knights’ three seniors – Katie Petterson, Sage Gray and Lizzie Hedlund. But even more... — Updated 10/27/2016


Local Toastmasters chapter hosts spooky storytelling

A Talk on the Beach Toastmasters is hosting its fifth annual night of Halloween storytelling, from 5:15-6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, in the Beachfront Room at Edmonds Senior Center, 220 Railroad Ave. The event is free to the public.... — Updated 10/27/2016


Artists reflect on Everett Massacre with ‘100 Years Ago Tomorrow’

November marks the 100th anniversary of the Everett Massacre, one of the bloodiest days in American labor history. Local singer-songwriter Jason Webley and a group of local and national songwriters will perform an evening of new mu... — Updated 10/27/2016


Schedule of community events for week of Oct. 26 | Around Town

Oct. 26 Networking Group 10:30-11:30 a.m. Want to meet new business owners in Mukilteo? Join the Chamber of Commerce’s weekly Wednesday morning networking group at the Chamber Office. Be prepared to give a 30 second introduction... — Updated 10/27/2016 Full story


School district seeks non-student days for teachers | Board Report

During its meeting on Monday, Oct. 24, the Mukilteo School Board did the following: Adopted a resolution that requests the state Board of Education to grant the school district three full non-student days for elementary schools in... — Updated 10/27/2016


EdCC's Early Head Start program has openings

Edmonds Community College Head Start and Early Head Start has recently expanded the EHS portion of its program and is actively looking to enroll 92 more infants and toddlers. Early Head Start is a home-based program that also... — Updated 10/27/2016 Full story


EdCC to host info session for former ITT students

Edmonds Community College will host an information session from 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1, for former students of ITT Technical Institute in the wake of its nation-wide campus closures in September, including those in Everett... — Updated 10/27/2016


Free heart screenings available at Kamiak | Sports brief

Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of sudden death in young people and is typically the result of undiagnosed heart disease. Health screens of students between the ages of 14 to 24 will be available at Kamiak High School... — Updated 10/27/2016


Kamiak dance team plans a fundraiser | School brief

The Olive Garden is coming to Kamiak High School on Thursday, Nov. 17, as a fundraiser for the school’s dance team. Plan to come to the Kamiak Commons where you can order either spaghetti with red or white sauce in addition to a... — Updated 10/27/2016 Full story


Le Bistro provides 'secret place' for lunch | School brief

Are you craving a luxurious meal at an affordable price? You can experience fine dining at Sno-Isle Tech Skill Center’s own Le Bistro, where chefs in training – including students from the Mukilteo School District –create... — Updated 10/27/2016 Full story


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