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 By David Pan    Sports    November 13, 2019

Knights come up just short in 19-14 loss to Chargers | Football

Kamiak shook off a nightmarish first half and rallied from a 19-0 third-quarter deficit to set up a thrilling finish in the final game of 2019. The Knights drove into Marysville-Getchell territory...

 

Holiday Calendar | Nov. 15 - Dec. 13

Nov. 15-17 Annual holiday fair at Holy Rosary Over 100 pies are in the freezer and ready to go. The Women’s Association presents Holy Rosary’s annual holiday fair at Holy Rosary Pastoral Center, 630 Seventh Ave. N, Edmonds. There will be baked...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    November 6, 2019

Marauders end season with tough loss to Lake Stevens | Football

Mariner faced the team many people think is the best in the state. And like all of the other nine teams to play Lake Stevens the Marauders didn’t fare very well, losing 62-0 in a Wesco 4A football game Friday, Nov. 1, at Lake Stevens High School....

 
 By David Pan    Sports    November 6, 2019

Marauders outlast Cascade | Volleyball

Mariner's Natalie Garcia picked an ideal time to have her best performance of the season. The junior outside hitter recorded a season-high 15 kills to lead the Marauders to a 25-9, 27-25, 23-25,...

 

Park and ride: What happened? l Guest View

In the first two parts of our Mukilteo waterfront/Old Town parking discussion, we discussed where we are today, how we got there, and what we might expect in the future. This week, we’ll finish up with a detailed discussion of the rise and fall of...

 

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 30

Forum fallout speaks volumes In reading Brandon Gustafson's article about the candidate forum held at Rosehill Community Center on Oct. 23, I am astounded at the finger pointing by both candidate Peter Zieve and Lynnwood Times Publisher Mario Lotmore...

 

City Council candidates make cases

The Mukilteo City Council will have at least three new faces next year, and those candidate hopefuls, as well as a pair facing off to remain on the council, made their cases for election Wednesday, Oct. 23, at Rosehill Community Center at the...

 

Oct. 14 - Oct. 24

Oct. 14 Hay The reporting party (RP) requested contact because he found numerous items at the location left over the weekend. The items were of no value (mostly garbage). The RP suspects a homeless person sleeping on the business property in the tree...

 

Living with ourselves when truth gets tricky l Chuck's World

It was a special day in my family when the diaries arrived. At some point in the 1970s, we were sent little journals from Nielsen Media Research to manually record what we watched on TV. For one...

 

Tulalip Tribes: No parking lot on Mukilteo waterfront

With the ever-changing landscape of Mukilteo’s waterfront, aside from what’s going on with the new Mukilteo ferry terminal, a frequently discussed topic is the future of Tulalip Tribes-owned land where the old tank farm used to be, east of the ne...

 

The summer of '74 l Chuck's World

I’ve been exchanging text messages with an old friend lately, “old” as in old. We met when we were 15, 46 years ago this month. Maybe on this very day, who knows? I didn’t make a note in my...

 

To boldly go back to the future l Chuck's World

I suspect that most of us have a sense of the history we don't really know. We grow and move beyond simple, chauvinistic attitudes about what happened in the past, elementary school lessons seen...

 

The Stupid (Super) Bowl

So another NFL season begins. The “last game” has an alternate name which comes from my wife. In many people’s viewpoint, there is nothing so special about a bunch of 250-pound or more men runni...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 18, 2019

Kamiak loses to North Kitsap | Football

Trailing by three touchdowns, Kamiak kept battling against North Kitsap. The Knights’ tenacity wasn’t enough to overcome the first-half deficit but left a definite impression on coach Bryant Thomas. The Vikings ultimately prevailed 27-6 in a...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 18, 2019

New coach brings fresh perspective to Marauders | Girls soccer

The Mariner girls soccer team possesses a lot of upside. That potential is what convinced new coach Liam Somers to take over a program that has produced a total of only six victories in the last...

 

Mukilteo Teen Lounge back for fourth year

Teens looking for a place to go after school will once again have the option of going to the Mukilteo Teen Lounge at Pointe of Grace Lutheran Church (5425 Harbour Pointe Blvd.). The lounge, which is...

 

Breathy deeply and remain concerned l Chuck's World

At some point around the middle of last century, my father began to smoke cigarettes. He would have been around 13, although I’m just rounding off anecdotes for convenience; I don’t have an exact...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 11, 2019

Knights shut out by Braves | Football

Kamiak battled to the end against Bishop Blanchet. But the Braves' experience was too much to overcome as the Knights fell 42-0 in a nonconference football game Friday, Sept. 6, at Bishop Blanchet...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 11, 2019

Kamiak hoping for another strong postseason run

The 2019 Kamiak volleyball team has a tough act to follow. The Knights are coming off one of their most successful seasons, which culminated in the team’s first appearance at the 4A tournament in...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 11, 2019

Veteran roster should boost Marauders' prospects

The Mariner volleyball team is growing up. The Marauders enter the season with an experienced roster composed entirely of juniors and seniors. That experience is translating into better play on the...

 

Salvation is in the ordinary l Worship

Editor’s Note: Father Bill Mobley was a Worship columnist for The Beacon in the early- and mid-1990s until his death in 1996. A few times this year, we will be revisiting his columns. This column ran in 1993. Jesus most often used ordinary stories...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 4, 2019

Returning young talent boosts Kamiak's expectations | Football

The Kamiak football team is looking to take a step forward. How much is a question is yet to be answered. Under then first-year head coach Bryant Thomas, the Knights battled through a difficult 2018 s...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    September 4, 2019

Marauders confident about their explosive offense

Head football coach Mark Stewart and his players agree that Mariner should generate plenty of offense this season. The Marauders return junior quarterback Jackson Cole, who went 2-1 in his three...

 

Beer, Wine, and Band Garden back with booze and tunes l MukFest 2019

As per usual with the Lighthouse Festival, there will be plenty of opportunity to enjoy live music while enjoying beer and wine. This year, a total of 12 bands will be performing both on the main stag...

 

Lessons learned from a lifetime of Augusts l Chuck's World

“History never repeats itself,” Mark Twain once said, “but it rhymes.” Of course, if you believe the internet, Mark Twain said everything worth saying. Aside from a couple of nods in the...

 

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