Articles from the January 23, 2019 edition

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Congratulations Kamiak Students of the Month for January 2019

The following students were selected by Kamiak staff as Students of the Month for January 2019, due to their outstanding academics, school and/or community leadership and activities and/or athletics....

 

Lawmakers want to eliminate postage for voters

A proposed law requested by Gov. Jay Inslee would provide prepaid postage for all election ballots in the state of Washington. Since 2011, all state elections have been conducted by mail, leaving...

 

Police looking for public assistance in Hamptons shooting case

The Mukilteo Police Department is looking for help from the public to help arrest a suspect who shot a man Thursday, Jan. 10, at The Hamptons in Harbour Pointe. That night just before 7 p.m.,...

 

Kamiak Dance has a big, successful weekend

The Kamiak Dance team had a successful weekend, taking first, second, and third place at a competition at Edmonds Woodway High School this past Saturday, Jan. 19. The team took first in the Kick...

 

There’s a time and place for Thin Mints l Chuck's World

A friend on Facebook posted something funny the other day. I say friend; this is an acquaintance, really. But she seems friendly. The post wasn’t actually funny. That was the intent, though, so...

 

Technology has narrowed the gap l Insightful Investing

I just returned from a trip to Europe. I flew coach. I had extra legroom, but an extremely small table. It was so small I was not able to put my laptop on it. I ended up watching five movies on a tiny screen about the size of a ham sandwich, and I...

 
 By Don Saul    General    January 23, 2019

Listen for God’s voice l Worship

Indulge me for just a few sentences here … we were in Montana over Christmas, visiting our daughter’s family and our 3-month old grandson. Super cute, of course. One of the many things that caught my attention about him was how tuned-in he was to...

 

Police Beat: 1/11 - 1/16

Jan. 11 That’s good The reporting party advised of receiving a scam email. The reporting party did not fall for the scam. 5800 block of 111th Place Southwest. False alarm An officer responded for an alarm but was cancelled prior to arriving. 800...

 

Ortiz-Self re-elected as Majority Caucus Vice Chair

Last week, Rep. Lillian Ortiz-Self, D-Mukilteo, was re-elected by her peers to continue serving as vice chair of the House Democratic Caucus. She has held this leadership role since 2017. “I am honored to continue serving my caucus, my...

 

Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club grand opening is Feb. 15

The grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club will take place Feb. 15 at 3 p.m. The club officially opened on Jan. 7, for before- and after-school services. The new Boys & Girls Club is located at 10600...

 

South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club honors Kamiak students

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club has named two Kamiak High School students their Students of the Month for November and December. Queenie Ngo is the Student of the Month for November. Ngo is the junior class president. She is involved in Human...

 

Young Mariner squad continuing to make waves | Boys swimming

Mariner again showed that its boys swimming program is on the upswing. The Marauders came up a few point short against Mountlake Terrace, falling 89-81 in a Wesco South dual meet Thursday, Jan. 17, at Lynnwood Pool. “A lot of young guys are...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    January 23, 2019

Kamiak unable to sustain strong start | Girls basketball

Just about everything went right for Kamiak to start out against Mount Vernon. The Knights jumped out to an 8-0 lead and took a 17-6 advantage into the second period. But the Bulldogs regrouped, eventually tying the score at 30 by halftime and taking...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    January 23, 2019

Defensive-minded Mariner overwhelms Monroe | Boys basketball

Round two went to Mariner. The Marauders used a suffocating defense and a balanced scoring attack to defeat Monroe 67-48 in a Wesco 4A boys basketball game Wednesday, Jan. 16, at Mariner High School. The victory helped Mariner (6-3 in the league,...

 

Mukilteo Youth Advisory Committee hosting suicide awareness event

Mukilteo’s Youth Advisory Committee is aiming to promote conversation on suicide awareness and mental health with “Mukilteo Stands Behind Youth,” Feb. 13 at Rosehill Community Center. The...

 

Carjacking, and shots fired off Mukilteo Speedway

A Renton man was taken into police custody after stealing a car, firing shots in the parking lot of Dollar Tree on Mukilteo Speedway and driving the wrong way on I-5 Wednesday, Jan. 16. The...

 

Letters to the Editor

Thumbs up for holiday lights Dear Mukilteo Historical Society, Thank you for the holiday lights on the Mukilteo Station Lighthouse! They have brightened my spirits repeatedly this year. I know it takes extra effort and budget to have the lights up...

 

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