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Articles from the November 13, 2013 edition

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 By Meredith Pechta    A&E

Mariner presents comedy ‘You Can’t Take It With You’ | Theater Review

Mariner High School presents George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's Pulitzer Prize winning comedy, “You Can't Take It with You,” which opens Nov. 14. The 1936 play “You... — Updated 11/13/2013


Orchestra concert features songs from The Beatles

Top off your Thanksgiving weekend with a concert by the Everett Philharmonic Orchestra for “kids from 3 to 103.” “IMAGINE!”, led by director Paul-Elliott Cobbs, will be at... — Updated 11/13/2013


Kiwanis honors ‘positive’ Mariner student

The Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo recently honored Mariner High School’s Bianca Bayas as the October Student of the Month. Bianca, a senior, has been a member of the Mariner Key Club... — Updated 11/13/2013


Dentist office just for kids opens in Harbour Pointe

Drs. Sonu Lamba and Paul Kahlon of Mukilteo Kids Dentistry celebrated their dentist office’s grand opening with a ribbon cutting on Saturday, Nov. 9. “We are so happy and... — Updated 11/13/2013

 By Sara Bruestle    Schools

School celebrates veterans ‘for their love of country’

It was hard to miss that 8-year-old twins Maddie and Lilly Center are the granddaughters of a U.S. Navy veteran at Endeavour Elementary’s Veterans Day assembly – they were labele... — Updated 11/13/2013

 By Sara Bruestle    Features

Orchestra concert to feature internationally renowned pianist

Internationally renowned pianist Alexander Ardakov will be the featured soloist in the Mukilteo Community Orchestra’s opening concert for the 2013-14 season this weekend. “The... — Updated 11/13/2013

 By Sara Bruestle    Schools

Kamiak student achieves perfect ACT score

A Kamiak High School senior has earned the highest possible score on the ACT college admission exam. Ryan Vogt, son of Tony and Rachel Vogt, has achieved the top composite score of... — Updated 11/13/2013


Happy holidays: Take off masks after Halloween | Weekly Worship

I find it strangely appropriate that the so-called “holiday season” begins with Halloween. For that day, or at least evening, a great many people put on masks. The celebration and the masking were intended both to make fun of... — Updated 11/13/2013


College baseball seminar for teens Nov. 13 | Sports brief

The Everett Community College Trojan Baseball Club will be presenting its second seminar on "Recruiting the Four Year School of Your Dreams" and "Things to Know if You Might One Day Want to Play Pro Ball” for high... — Updated 11/13/2013


Kudos for foundation breakfast preview | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: Great article, all bias aside [Author’s story set during the Seattle World’s Fair,” The Beacon, front page, Nov. 6]. If I didn't know anything about Jim Lynch or the event, I would definitely want to... — Updated 11/13/2013


Nearly 1,500 go to Mariner’s Harvest Fest | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: Harvest Fest at Mariner High School was a great success! The plethora of smiles we encountered during this Halloween event was immense. Nearly 1,500 people came to Mariner this year, which is an even greater... — Updated 11/13/2013


Flying golf balls a safety issue | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: Around 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 1, I was returning home after dropping a friend off at her home. On my return, I was driving past the Fairview Condominiums and approaching the Harbour Pointe Golf Course, when suddenly... — Updated 11/13/2013


Thank you for re-electing me | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: I want to thank the citizens of Mukilteo for their support and trust in me, to continue to serve this great little city. I'm proud of the progress we've made, and look forward to the progress we will... — Updated 11/13/2013


Mukilteo’s future looks promising | Council Corner

Congratulations to our new mayor-elect Jennifer Gregerson! I’m confident that Jennifer will bring to Mukilteo a new level of cooperation, communication and professionalism that many of us have been longing for. To say that I’m... — Updated 11/13/2013


Send Christmas gifts to children in need through Operation Christmas Child

Residents in Mukilteo can help make Christmas happen for children in need overseas through the annual Operation Christmas Child program. Each year local families fill shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and other items for... — Updated 11/13/2013


Washington home sales surged, affordability declined in 3rd quarter

Washington state's housing market continued to strengthen in the July-September quarter, registering the fifth quarterly consecutive improvement in home sales activity, according to the Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies... — Updated 11/13/2013


Choose a live, local Christmas tree this year

As the holidays roll around this year, hundreds of local families ask the question – real or fake? The Nature Conservancy is encouraging local families to buy real and local Christmas trees this year for the holiday season. The... — Updated 11/13/2013

 By Chuck Sigars    General

An initial public offering, final draft | Chuck’s World

In case you missed it, you can now put your money where your mouth is. Assuming you speak in 140 characters or less. Not that most of you had the opportunity to buy stock in... — Updated 11/13/2013


Community events for week of Nov. 13 | Around Town

Nov. 13 Toddler Storytime 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Jump and bounce into a magical world of stories, music, and movements that nurture the desire to read in toddlers. Playtime or craft may follow. For ages 18 months to 3 years.... — Updated 11/13/2013

 By Sara Bruestle    News

Gregerson to be next mayor of Mukilteo

Jennifer Gregerson has been elected as the next mayor of Mukilteo. Gregerson has kept a lead over Mayor Joe Marine in the mayoral race by more than 8 percent. As of 3:45 p.m. on Nov. 12, Gregerson has 53.83 percent of the votes... — Updated 11/13/2013


Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of Nov. 13 | Police Beat

Nov. 6 Suspicious – 8200 blk 45th Pl. W. A neighbor reported hearing a man and woman yelling a few houses away. Officers contacted two bounty hunters that were attempting to arrest a subject on an outstanding $50,075 warrant for... — Updated 11/13/2013


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