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Articles from the October 31, 2018 edition

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 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Murder suspect gets life without parole

A man involved in two murders this past summer in Mukilteo and Arlington was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole Tuesday, Oct. 23. Because Anthony Hernande... — Updated 10/31/2018

 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Mariner Community Campus project kicks off

Photos: By Brandon Gustafson 1: Mariner Community Campus partners pose with the check from the Washington state legislature. Sen. Marko Liias, D-Mukilteo, had the idea for the... — Updated 10/31/2018

 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Council to get outside legal help regarding alleged misappropriations by mayor

The Mukilteo City Council, at a special meeting Oct. 29, voted to obtain outside legal help to look into alleged misappropriation of funds by Mayor Jennifer Gregerson in past... — Updated 10/31/2018

 By Brandon Gustafson    News

4 vying for PUD seats

Ballots and voters’ pamphlets have been mailed, and the Nov. 6 general election is nearly approaching. There are four candidates for two open positions for a commissioner seat wit... — Updated 10/31/2018


Boo Bash 2018

The seventh annual Boo Bash took place at the Rosehill Community Center Sunday, Oct. 28. Children and their parents participated in various games and activities, and of course,... — Updated 10/31/2018


Sponsored Brief: Thai Waterside delights will warm you inside and ou

Sawaddii y’all! This month, Thai Waterside, Mukilteo’s newest Thai restaurant in Old Town Mukilteo, recommends a variety of top-selling, yummy options to warm you inside and out. Among the favorites: Pad Thai Seafood; Salmon... — Updated 10/31/2018 Full story

 By Chuck Sigars    Opinion

My movie star, one more time l Chuck’s World

I bought one of those digital projectors a few months ago, a small, inexpensive box that produces the kind of magic you forgot about. Or I did, maybe. Art has never been much about... — Updated 10/31/2018 Full story


What’s your plan? l Insightful Investing

Market volatility seems like a bad thing. The news networks have a way of creating programming that keeps you watching. Fear is one of the strongest emotions in human beings. And the media has a way of playing to our basic fears.... — Updated 10/31/2018


Endorsements, Kiwanis, and Old Town issues

Support for Schaper and Bigea I’d like to tell your readers why I am going to vote for Amy Schaper and Petra Bigea for State Representatives. Amy is a thoughtful analytic who would be a breath of fresh air in Position 1. Petra,... — Updated 10/31/2018 Full story


Police Beat: 10/18-10/25

Oct. 18 Nothing to see here An officer was dispatched to a suspicious vehicle. The officer did not observe anything suspicious. 1000 block of 3rd Street. Vehicle prowl The caller reported her parked car had been prowled. 11900... — Updated 10/31/2018 Full story


Sno-Isle’s dental clinic opens Nov. 13

The Sno-Isle Technical Dental Clinic will be open from Nov. 13 through March 28. Patients will receive an examination, cleaning and any necessary x-rays and fillings from a licensed dentist for a donation. Cavities diagnosed... — Updated 10/31/2018


Timeless l Worship

Wow! As I sat down to write this article, I realized it will be published on Halloween. So then I was conflicted! Should I write something related to Halloween, or to the election, which is one week away? Well it turns out,... — Updated 10/31/2018 Full story

 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Meet the new prosecuting attorney

Adam Cornell, a Democrat and 15-year deputy prosecuting attorney, is running unopposed for the four-year seat. Incumbent Mark Roe is retiring. Although Cornell is assured a four-year term, the Beacon directed a couple of questions... — Updated 10/31/2018

 By David Pan    Sports

Anderson takes second place, Mukai finishes third at districts | Cross country

Kamiak is sending five runners to this week’s 4A state cross country championships. Senior Alicia Anderson, freshman Emma Arceo and senior Leah Clark placed second, third and fourth in the girls race at the district meet Saturday... — Updated 10/31/2018

 By David Pan    Sports

Vikings take down Mariner | Football

Mariner closed out the 2018 season with a tough loss to league champion Lake Stevens. After the Marauders scored their second touchdown to cut the Vikings’ lead to 21-14 in the second quarter, Lake Stevens responded with six... — Updated 10/31/2018


Kamiak loses to Jackson in final contest | Football

Kamiak’s inability to move the ball on offense and some defensive miscues were too much overcome. After trailing 3-0 after the first quarter, Jackson scored 31 unanswered points to defeat the Knights 31-10 in a Wesco 4A football... — Updated 10/31/2018

 By David Pan    Sports

Mariner wraps up year with high hopes for future | Football

The Mariner girls soccer team ended the season without a victory. The Marauders lost 3-0 to Cascade and then fell 5-1 to Glacier Peak in their final two games last week. Even though the Marauders finished the year 0-13-1 in the... — Updated 10/31/2018

 By David Pan    Sports

Knights preparing for playoffs | Volleyball

Kamiak appears to be elevating its level of play at the right time. Heading into Tuesday night’s final regular season match against winless Cascade, the Knights have won three out of their last four matches, including a 26-24,... — Updated 10/31/2018

 By David Pan    Sports

Kamiak drops district playoff game in double overtime | Girls soccer

A game that appeared to be headed to penalty kicks instead ended abruptly for Kamiak. Senior Kendal Bendler scored with 3:32 left in the second overtime period to propel Inglemoor to a 1-0 victory over the Knights in a loser-out... — Updated 10/31/2018


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