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The Mukilteo City Council will be starting its new monthly Community Engagement Chats from 3-4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 29 at the Rosehill Community Center. Mayor Joe Marine is scheduled to attend the …

March 12 presidential primary is underway

On Thursday, Snohomish County Elections will mail ballots for the March 12 presidential primary to 507,000 registered voters in Washington state. The primary is an opportunity for voters to help …

Bruce Guthrie is the fastest 60-year-old on ice

Catch him if you can. That would be Picnic Point resident Bruce Guthrie, who refuses to act his age – 60½, he says – and why should he?  Guthrie is a demon on …

Saturday morning’s townhall meeting with 21st Legislative District officials wasn’t quite like the scene from the Academy award-winning movie “Network” where one of the main …

Reminder: Mayor Marine to present State of City address

Mayor Joe Marine will be presenting his State of the City address to kick off the Mukilteo Chamber of Commerce’s 2024 Speaker Series Feb. 28, at Rosehill Community Center. The address will …

Update: Pilot unhurt after plane crash north of Paine Field

The pilot of a small airplane that crashed in a wooded area north of Paine Field walked away unscathed from the accident. The airplane, a Cessna 150 aircraft owned by the Puget Sound Flyers and …

Rep. Rick Larsen (D-Everett) is inviting high school-aged students who live or attend school in Washington’s 2 nd Congressional District to showcase their artistic talents in the 2024 …

Iconoclast featured at Cascadia Art Museum

Cascadia Art Museum will feature “The World of Peter Fortune" beginning Feb. 21. A Northwest iconoclast, Peter Fortune (1904-1989) created a unique body of work in painting, printmaking, …

State Republicans: Democrats are neglecting the need for more housing in rural areas

Heading into this year’s state legislative session, there was bipartisan support for bills that might’ve expanded housing in rural parts of Washington, including by allowing for more …

Packs For Kids will hold its annual luncheon fundraiser at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 3 at Rosehill Community Center. Attendees can look forward to a catered lunch provided by Bob’s Burgers and …

Police foundation hosts ‘Chowder with the Chief'

The Mukilteo Police Foundation, in partnership with Mukilteo Ivar’s Landing, will host a “Chowder with the Chief” fundraiser to help launch a new program called Community Cares. …

Emergency responders from the Mukilteo Fire and Police Departments, Paine Field Fire, and the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office, rescued the pilot from a Cessna 150 aircraft that crashed in a wooded …

Unified hoop dreams

The Kamiak Purple Unified Basketball team won the district championship in the Division 1 bracket Saturday, Feb. 10.

A polar plunge to support salmon recovery

Mother Nature served up a picture-perfect Saturday morning for Sound Salmon Solutions’ annual Polar Plunge at Lighthouse Park. The fundraising and outreach event drew an enthusiastic …

School District expects to see modest growth

The Mukilteo School District is anticipating modest growth in enrollment numbers in the short term, but like most other districts in Snohomish County, the district remains below pre-pandemic …

Council cuts fees for heat pumps and solar panels

The City Council and Mayor Joe Marine decided that every little bit helps when it comes to encouraging residents to do all they can to save the environment. The council voted 5-1 to waive the …

7-year-old Girl Scout embraces entrepreneurial spirit

Olivia Bolen is learning what it takes to succeed in the world of business at a young age. The 7-year-old has sold Girl Scout cookies to help raise funds for her troop for the last three years. …

Mayor Joe Marine will be presenting his State of the City address to kick off the Mukilteo Chamber of Commerce’s 2024 Speaker Series Feb. 28, at Rosehill Community Center. The address will …

Ferries head Patty Rubstello to step down after 3 years

It’s been a tough year for ferry service in Washington state, Mukilteo included. Out-of-service and aging boats, not enough staff, many canceled sailings, and ever-increasing fares. So it …

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