Articles from the October 30, 2019 edition

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John O. Woods, Jr., M.D.: 1924-2019

John Olen Woods, Jr., M.D., 92, passed away peacefully on October 18, 2019 at 4:45 p.m. at the Tribute Center at Quail Park in Lynnwood, WA. He was born January 24, 1927 in New Cast... — Updated 3/16/2020 Full story

 By David Pan    Sports

Ground game helps Marauders take down Bruins | Football

A pair of seniors came up huge for Mariner. Roman Savchuk scored two touchdowns in the second quarter and Prince Riley added a pair of scores in the third quarter to help lead the... — Updated 11/5/2019


MCO kicks off this weekend

The Mukilteo Community Orchestra will kick off the 2019-2020 performance season on Sunday, Nov. 3 with a concert featuring works by Ottorino Respighi and Claude Debussy. "Moods and... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Beacon Staff    Sports

Kamiak's Arceo takes first at Wesco meet | Cross country

Kamiak sophomore Emma Arceo topped the field at the Wesco girls cross country championships. Arceo edged Monroe freshman Tryggve Trivett by .1 seconds. Arceo finishing the 5k course in 18 minutes, 37.2 seconds, Saturday, Oct. 26,... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By Beacon Staff    Sports

Kamiak earns two 4A state alternate berths | Tennis

Kamiak came up just short of a pair of berths to the 4A state boys tennis tournament. Instead, three Knights – singles player Joshua Lee and the doubles team of Aaron Lee and... — Updated 10/31/2019

 By David Pan    Sports

Back-to-back wins for surging Knights squad | Soccer

Kamiak appears to be peaking at the right time. The Knights posted back-to-back victories for the first time in three weeks. Kamiak edged Monroe 1-0 and then defeated Mariner 3-1... — Updated 10/30/2019

 By David Pan    Sports

Knights rebound after tough loss | Volleyball

After a difficult loss earlier in the week, Kamiak rebounded with a strong performance against district rival Mariner. The Knights defeated the Marauders 25-11, 25-10, 25-16 in a... — Updated 10/30/2019


Oct. 14 - Oct. 24

Oct. 14 Hay The reporting party (RP) requested contact because he found numerous items at the location left over the weekend. The items were of no value (mostly garbage). The RP suspects a homeless person sleeping on the business p... — Updated 10/30/2019


Police to host forum about risks of e-cigarettes and vaping

With the increase in the usage of e-cigarettes and vaping, the Mukilteo Police Department will host a community forum on Nov. 19 to highlight the safety risks involved with using those products. The event will take place at 6 p.m.... — Updated 10/30/2019

 By Brandon Gustafson    News

City Council candidates make cases

The Mukilteo City Council will have at least three new faces next year, and those candidate hopefuls, as well as a pair facing off to remain on the council, made their cases for election Wednesday, Oct. 23, at Rosehill Community... — Updated 10/30/2019

 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Dunn, Rohrbough face off

For the first time in over a decade, there will be a new face representing Mukilteo on the Snohomish County Council. Longtime County Councilmember Brian Sullivan, a Democrat who is a former Mukilteo mayor and councilmember, is... — Updated 10/30/2019


School Board candidates share visions

While one of three Mukilteo School Board seats on this November’s ballot is an easy choice (John Gahagan is running unopposed to retain his seat), two races pair incumbents with challengers hungry to shape the future of the... — Updated 10/30/2019

 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Local heroes honored for saving woman's life

Linda Surface was being a good grandmother the night she almost died. She was attending her grandson Quinn's curriculum night at Olympic View Middle School with her daughter Tonya... — Updated 10/30/2019

 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Peter Zieve caught with forum questions

When a question about diversifying the City of Mukilteo's budget was asked to Mukilteo City Council Position 6 candidates at the Wednesday, Oct. 23, candidate forum, Peter Zieve... — Updated 10/30/2019


Letters to the Editor: Oct. 30

Forum fallout speaks volumes In reading Brandon Gustafson's article about the candidate forum held at Rosehill Community Center on Oct. 23, I am astounded at the finger pointing by both candidate Peter Zieve and Lynnwood Times Publ... — Updated 10/30/2019

 By Kevin Stolz    Opinion

Park and ride: What happened? l Guest View

In the first two parts of our Mukilteo waterfront/Old Town parking discussion, we discussed where we are today, how we got there, and what we might expect in the future. This week,... — Updated 10/30/2019


Honesty, integrity, and transparency l Council Corner

As a public servant and community member, I promote and expect honesty, integrity, and transparency. Sadly, that was not displayed at the candidate forum last week when it was discovered that a candidate received questions ahead... — Updated 10/30/2019

 By Mike Gold    Opinion

Starbucks: Who needs them, and other 'status symbols' l Off Kilter

OK, I’m prepared to get hammered by you Starbucks devotees. It’s the price of being counter cyclical. Why do I say “who needs them?” Here’s why: I get the Seattle grunge... — Updated 10/30/2019

 By Chuck Sigars    Opinion

Watching for the scary part l Chuck's World

I should just take the week off. I don’t know anything about Halloween. Apparently I was sick the day they explained it. I understand the basics. I remember some fun Halloweens as... — Updated 10/30/2019


Knights close out regular season | Swimming

Kamiak senior Ellie Straume finished first in the 500-yard freestyle and helped the 200 medley relay team to a victory during a Wesco 4A dual meet with Jackson. Straume easily won t... — Updated 10/30/2019

 By David Pan    Sports

Knights generate yards, points but no win against Bulldogs | Football

Kamiak put together its strongest offensive performance of the season. Junior quarterback Nick Laman threw for three touchdowns and senior running back Mayson Bach ran for two scores, but Mount Vernon held off the Knights for a... — Updated 10/30/2019


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