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Making all the right moves

The bantam-level Kamiak Youth Football team hit the gridiron for the first time this year at North Sound Junior Football League's annual jamboree Saturday, Aug. 17, at Snohomish High School. The...


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    December 13, 2017

Mariner’s Weaver eyeing another Mat Classic medal | Wrestling

It finally clicked for Levi Weaver in the sixth grade. Throughout the years, he had played different sports without much success. Weaver then decided to check out the Olympic View Middle School wrestling team. “I’ve never been good at any sport... Full story

 By David Pan    Sports    December 2, 2016

Retooled Knights aim to continue winning ways | Boys basketball

The Kamiak boys basketball team and its five seniors produced one of the most successful seasons in school history last year. The Knights advanced to the state playoffs for only the second time ever and tied the record for most wins in a season – 17...

 By Megan Managan    Sports    July 2, 2014

Mukilteo engineer begins latest hydro season

For most, the summer means spending time outside, on the water, enjoying the best of the Pacific Northwest. For Kevin Stoltz, the summer is one of his busiest times of year. Starting this week, he...

 By Meredith Pechta    A&E    March 19, 2014

‘Foreigner’ is hilariously clever | Theater review

“The Foreigner” is one of the funniest, wittiest and strangely uplifting comedies I’ve seen in a long time. The Village Theatre production opened March 7. The story centers around a nervous man... Full story

 By Chuck Sigars    General    March 19, 2014

That thing you do | Chuck's World

We remember adolescence. Sometimes we pretend that we don’t, but we do. We might have written some stuff down so we wouldn’t forget. Emotions tend to run high. We have a nice analogy now, too. If...


Giving a voice to the hearing impaired

Sanghyun Bak understands English, but he can’t hear it. He communicates by signing grammatically correct English to the few who can sign back. Sanghyun, 14, of Mukilteo, attends Northwest School for... Full story


Letters for week of Oct. 19

A tribute to Carol Norton Dear Editor, “She passed away peacefully at 6 a.m. this morning...” he wrote. Someone on the edges of my ‘too busy’ life. How many folks who make our lives work, ‘pass away peacefully’ as...


Saying Goodbye to 2010

I watched the first few minutes of “When Harry Met Sally…” the other night, dipping back into an innocent time when Billy Crystal had an actual career and Meg Ryan had pretty normal...

 By Rebecca Carr    Opinion    May 12, 2010

Council, city earn the Triple Crown

Monday's meeting, originally planned as a work session in which no decisions are made, morphed into one of the shortest, yet most productive council meetings on record. After approving the city's purchase of 16.75 acres in Japanese Gulch, the council...


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