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 By David Pan    Sports    October 9, 2019

Ground game, tough defense power Mariner to victory | Football

The Mariner ground game ran wild over the Jackson defense. Junior quarterback Jackson Cole rushed for 168 yards on 16 carries and scored two touchdowns, as the Marauders cruised to a 30-0 victory...

 By Kevin Stolz    Opinion    October 9, 2019

What's next with parking? l Guest View

Last week in part 1 of our three-part discussion of parking in Mukilteo’s waterfront/Old Town area, we discussed the current state of parking and how we got to where we are today. In this part 2 of our discussion we’ll be looking at what we...


Gymagine sticks the landing

Being in business 25 years is no easy feat. Most business owners will attest to that. And being in business for that many years, there will be plenty of faces that come and go. That's been the case...

 By David Pan    Sports    September 25, 2019

Mariner wallops Kamiak 51-6 to open league play | Football

Mariner opened league play with a resounding victory over its district rival. The Marauders scored six unanswered touchdowns to turn a close game into a blowout, as Mariner pounded Kamiak 51-6 in the...

 By David Pan    Sports    September 18, 2019

Kamiak's veterans, newcomers building connections

Kamiak coach Kosta Pitharoulis builds from the back to the front when putting together a team. If that's the case, then the Knights are off to a good start. Senior co-captain Stephanie Roestel is...


Muk PD is back on 2 wheels

Very soon, one Mukilteo Police officer will be trading in four wheels for two, as the Mukilteo Police Department will have a motorcycle officer for the first time in roughly seven years. Chris...


What other issues are important to City Council candidates?

Ballots have been mailed, and the Aug. 6 primary election is less than a week away. There are four City Council seats (Positions 4-7) on the ballot this year, and three candidates are running for... Full story


Letters to the Editor: It's political season!

I support Gregerson Our mayor, Jennifer Gregerson, is running for the Snohomish County Council seat District 2, vacated by Brian Sullivan, who was another of this City’s best mayors. In the past few months, she has held her head high in the face... Full story


J. Robert (Bob) Trimble: 1938 - 2019

J. Robert (Bob) Trimble was born on August 3, 1939, in Anthony, Kansas, to Carlton Trimble and Nerva Overstreet Trimble. He died at age 79 on May 16, 2019, at his home in Everett, Washington. On June 23, there will be a Celebration of Bob's Life...


5K celebrates health, development of county girls

The fourth annual Girls on the Run of Snohomish County (GOTRSnoCo) 5K is this Saturday, June 1, at Everett Memorial Stadium. The non-competitive, untimed run is for all ages and for anyone able to run, skip, hop, or walk. The run starts at 9 a.m....

 By David Pan    Sports    April 17, 2019

Knights heat up in 3-0 win over Bruins | Boys soccer

K amiak rebounded from a scoreless tie with Mount Vernon with a decisive 3-0 victory over Cascade in Wesco 4A boys soccer action last week. The victory lifted the Knights (5-2-1 in the league, 6-3-1 overall) into sole possession of second place in...

 By Makenna Dreher    News    April 17, 2019

2019 Run-A-Muk saved by local business owner

Penny Kellam, owner of Sunshine Productions running company, has stepped up to produce the annual Run-A-Muk 5K/10K on Aug. 24, with all proceeds going to the annual Lighthouse Festival. As The Beacon reported earlier this year, both the Run-A-Muk...


Council passes 2019 budget

After months of presentations and more than a month of deliberation, the Mukilteo City Council passed its final budget for 2019. The city of Mukilteo’s total budget is nearly $49 million, according...


More change planned for Mukilteo waterfront

Editor's Note: This story has been updated to correct information regarding the Port of Everett's involvement with the project. The Port of Everett's involvement just an authorization so...


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 with the Snohomish Cou...

 By David Pan    Sports    October 17, 2018

Knights blank Grizzlies in rematch | Girls soccer

The second time around yielded a more favorable result for Kamiak. In their first meeting with Glacier Peak, the Knights took a 2-0 halftime lead only to surrender two Grizzly goals in the second half to come away with an unsatisfying tie. Kamiak... Full story

 By David Pan    Sports    October 3, 2018

Late touchdown lifts Marauders past Wolfpack | Football

With the game hanging in the balance, Mariner turned to its top receiver. Junior Roman Savchuk pulled down a 37-yard touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback Jackson Cole with 49 seconds left in the fourth quarter to give the Marauders a... Full story


Council gets ferry update from WSF

The tariff wars have put the brakes on construction of Mukilteo’s new ferry terminal. Roughly one month after the new ferry terminal project was again delayed, three members of Washington State... Full story


The long goodbye l Chuck's World

In a scene from the 1985 film “Say Anything,” John Cusack plays a teenager trying to impress a girl way out of his comfort zone. He volunteers at the retirement facility her father manages and tak... Full story


Walk a mile in these shoes; it’s an easy stroll

You may be familiar with the proverb, “You never truly know someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes.” Jim Pelzel could easily adapt that axiom to his line of work. Pelzel owns SAS...


Here's what we're working towards l View from Olympia

The last few years have been tough. On the heels of the Great Recession, it feels like the needs of regular people - middle-class families like the one I grew up in - have been ignored at the expense of special interests and powerful elites. Congress...


Emotional testimonials take stage at Y event

From hard-luck beginnings to unexpected tragedies, a bevy of speakers shared testimonials last week in front of a packed house at Rosehill Community Center on how the Mukilteo YMCA has improved their...


2017 year in review: July-December

July: Taylor-made to serve her community As a girl growing up in Oklahoma, Pam Taylor took to heart the value of lending a helping hand. “As a teenager, I would mow grass for people just as a service, and I loved doing it,” she said. “My reward... Full story

 By David Pan    Sports    November 1, 2017

Mariner closes out season with victory | Football

This time Mariner closed the deal. After struggling to pull out games in which they played well enough to win but somehow lost, the Marauders wrapped up the regular season on an upbeat note. Sophomore Jorge Urrutia kicked a 36-yard field goal with...

 By David Pan    Sports    October 11, 2017

Knights lose to Timberwolves | Football

Kamiak battled hard against Jackson, rallying for two touchdowns in the second half, but ended up losing 34-14 in a Wesco 4A football game Friday, Oct. 6, at Everett Memorial Stadium. The Knights (0-4 in the league, 1-5 overall) trailed 14-0 at the...


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