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Kendall Gordon Webley, Jr.: 1941 - 2020

On January 30, 2020, Ken Webley, 78, loving husband, father, grandfather and dear friend, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family. He'd struggled for 2 1/2 years to recover from many...

 

Chuck's World | Andy Rooney's bar of soap

The unwelcome visitor showed up on Christmas Eve, looking for room at the inn. There were plenty of vacancies. I wasn’t paying attention. It was a pretty normal Christmas Eve, singing carols, going...

 

Chuck's World | It is right to give our thanks and praise

In my personal arsenal of useful emotional states, gratitude is the clear winner. I’m all for feeling happy or hopeful, although you can’t count on those. But gratitude is always available, an...

 

Editor's Note | Greetings, Mukilteo

Brandon Gustafson has left enormous shoes to fill with his recent departure to ESPN. The position of editor now belongs to Madeline Coats. Coats is a recent graduate from the University of Washington with double majors in journalism and creative...

 

Falling into grace, one step at a time l Chuck's World

Summer in the Northwest is abstract, only minimally tethered to the calendar. Summer weather seldom gets going until mid-July, but the season starts when you decide it does. I suspect we all...

 

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...

 
 By Mike Gold    General    June 19, 2019

Sports and falls: Time to rant l Off Kilter

The Mariners and the Seahawks: For some reason, professional football seems to have taken the place of professional baseball in defining part of who a city is. Growing up in New York City, it was the... Full story

 
 By Brandon Gustafson    News    May 22, 2019

From ‘hype videos’ to hanging with Russell Wilson

If you’re a fan of the Seattle Seahawks and have a Twitter account, it was hard to miss. During the second half of Seattle’s 2018 season, when the team caught fire and made the playoffs in a...

 
 By Brandon Gustafson    News    May 1, 2019

Mukilteo chiropractor aims to represent Mukilteo at 2020 Olympics

The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo will be here before we know it, and while many of us will be cheering on the U.S. athletes in various competitions, one Mukilteo business owner may be in Japan...

 

Kamiak gears up for 5K/Unified Sports Fun Run

Kamiak students and staff are preparing for a fun day of activity and inclusivity at the seventh annual UKnight for Special Olympics 5K Fun Run/Walk. The event raises funds for Kamiak’s special education program and Unified Sports teams as well as...

 

City Briefs

Online open house for Sounder parking and access improvement project With $40 million in funding approved by voters in 2016 as part of ST3, Sound Transit is planning for improved parking and access options at Edmonds and Mukilteo Stations, such as...

 

The sunny side of shutting it down l Chuck’s World

I stood in the airport security line last Friday, aware that this was payday for the TSA employees and that they weren’t looking forward to it. I tried to be extra-compliant, but then I usually...

 

Muriel “Mim” Loree: 1923 – 2018

Muriel Louise “Mim” Loree passed away December 23, 2018 in her home. She was born in New Jersey and lived there the first half of her life. She was married to the late Ralph Loree, who she met while singing with the Glee Club when he was...

 

Seahawks fans come out for 12 Days of Goodness kickoff at Rosehill

Fresh off a big home win against the Minnesota Vikings last Monday night (we’re not going to bring up this Sunday’s game), Seahawks fever took over Rosehill Community Center Wednesday, Dec. 12.... Full story

 

Foot soldier of the Fourth Estate l Chuck’s World

This is October, and at last I’m right where you need me to be. I know all about October. I can help. We moved to the Pacific Northwest in October, 35 years ago. Those were ancient, primordial...

 

Lots of live music l MukFest

As per usual with the Lighthouse Festival, there will be plenty of opportunity to enjoy live music. This year, a total of nine bands will be performing both on the main stage and in the beer garden....

 

Enjoy the Seahawks’ opening game l MukFest

A Sunday in the fall can only mean one thing. Seahawk football! The Seattle Seahawks’ opening game will be broadcast in the beer garden at the Lighthouse Festival once again this year. The Seahawks open the 2018 season on the road against the... Full story

 

2nd Anna Bui fundraiser raises over $50,000

With the help of generous community members, the second annual Anna Bui World of Hope Scholarship Fundraiser raised more than $50,000 to help University of Washington Bothell students study abroad....

 

Scott Mitchell Hyde: 1959-2018

Scott Mitchell Hyde, 58, passed away June 4, 2018 surrounded by family. He is survived by his wife of 23 years, Cheryl, his children, Terra, Megan, Ryan and Shawna, and his mother, Carol. Scott was bo...

 

School Briefs

District to hold public meeting on safety and security Are you concerned about safety and security at Mukilteo schools? You’ll have an opportunity to learn more about what the school district is doing to make its schools safer and more secure...

 

Kamiak hires new head football coach

Kamiak High School has found its new head football coach. Bryant Thomas, who had been at the helm of the Auburn Riverside program since 2013, has been hired to succeed Dan Mack, who retired after 20 years as the Knights head coach. Thomas led the...

 

Seahawks’ mascot, Blitz, to visit Columbia Elementary

On Wednesday, May 2nd, Columbia Elementary is welcoming Seattle Seahawks mascot, Blitz, and a Sea Gal to celebrate the success their students have accomplished through the Fuel Up to Play 60 (FUTP60) program. FUTP60 is a national in-school program...

 

Packs For Kids is April 28

Packs For Kids is a local non-profit 501(c)3 that meets the needs of hungry school children in the Mukilteo School District. This program is an effort to ensure families have access to nutritious...

 

Same old M’s? Hopefully not l Editor's Note

I try to be a fairly positive person for the most part. My friends and family reading this are probably laughing and saying, “You’re kidding, right?” But it’s honestly the truth. One area...

 

School Briefs

PIZZA SUPPORTS KAMIAK COLORGUARD No lunch or dinner plans on Thursday Feb. 15? No problem! Visit MOD Pizza in Mukilteo anytime between 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and tell them you are there to support Kamiak Colorguard. Be sure to bring a flyer with you... Full story

 

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