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Separate but one, magnified by the Great American Eclipse

Bill McAulay was in high school when his mother made him get up in the middle of the night to look at a comet that was streaking across the dark sky. This week, in Madras, Oregon, he said he...


Victim’s father responds to Cabela’s ad | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: This is an open letter to Beacon Publishers Paul and Cate Archipley: Will Kramer is my son. I respectfully request that you terminate your advertising contract with Cabela's effective immediately. Your prompt attention to... Full story


Eagle Scout cleans brass for Kamiak bands

Daniel Fulmer set a lofty goal for himself: He would earn his Eagle Scout rank before he turned 16 years old. Daniel, a junior at Kamiak High School, completed all of the requirements at 15, three... Full story


Kiwanis recognizes ‘positive’ Kamiak sophomore

The Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo has named Kamiak High School’s Jazlie-Cate “JC” Garcia as its March Student of the Month. To say that JC, a sophomore, gives back to the community may be an...


Getting to know you! Getting to know all about you!

Many years ago, I submitted a screed expounding upon Bahá’í verities that was also a love letter to Paul and Cate Archipley for the extraordinary gift that they bring to our city. I named them in the article, but Paul, in his usual self-effacing...


Beacon publisher named Entrepreneur of the Year

Paul Archipley never envisioned himself becoming a businessman, but that’s exactly where his career in journalism took him. In fact, back in 1991 when he talked his wife Cate into starting a... Full story


The paper of record

I’ve told this story before, so by all means let’s tell it again. It’s my favorite Beacon story, and it took place 10 years ago, back when I had a teenage daughter and a will of oatmeal. I walke...


Beacon has new look

In the winter of 1991-92, Paul and Cate Archipley decided Mukilteo was ready for a community newspaper. Starting out in a spare room in their home, they were the entire staff: Paul was the News and Production departments; Cate handled the...


Letters for week of Feb. 23

Don’t get upset over red-light cameras Dear Editor, I find it very odd that so many people are having a big issue with the idea of cameras being used to fine individuals who are caught going through red lights. I am of the mindset that if you...


A big thank you to our neighbors!

Our family wishes to express our heartfelt gratitude to our neighbors and friends for your help, caring and support the night of our house fire on 2/19/10, and in the days afterward. We are so lucky to have you good people on 73rd Place SW, and in...


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