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Julie Muhlstein

Find your next best friend at fundraising event

Here's a recipe for one wild evening: Blend together beloved local troubadour Jason Webley, avante-garde rock star and author Amanda Palmer and other musicians, tail-wagging dogs, and a chance to help the...

Date: 02/05/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


I-405 toll lane made trip east a breeze

For months I steered clear. I didn’t need to make the Lynnwood-to-Bellevue drive when I-405 express toll lanes first opened in September.

Date: 02/03/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Snohomish County has a split personality over fireworks

Here are things people used to do without a second thought:Drive around in cars that didn’t have seat belts.Ride motorcycles and bikes without wearing helmets.Send an athlete back into the game after a bad blow to the head.Set off fireworks in the yard.

Date: 01/31/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Unlike Flint, our water is safe to drink, thanks to regulations

Everett isn’t Flint, far from it. Still, coverage of the Michigan city’s lead-in-the-water disaster reminds me of a time, more than 20 years ago, when lead testing was a hot topic...

Date: 01/27/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Everett library hosts Pulitzer winner, other authors

"Empire Falls" won a Pulitzer Prize for fiction with its downtrodden mill town and everyman hero.

Date: 01/24/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


A Mukilteo man’s dying wish will warm up some homeless folks

Time is short. Mukilteo’s Richard Meury has late-stage cancer.

Date: 01/22/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Knowing, and not knowing, a Catholic pedophile

A day after my husband died in 1998, Sister Dolores Crosby showed up on my doorstep. She handed me a used paperback. It was "When Bad Things Happen to Good People" by the rabbi Harold...

Date: 01/20/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Landmark to move again

Historic Weyerhaeuser house's new home to be in Everett park

Date: 01/06/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Remembering Capt. James Heg, who upheld a legacy of service

Honor. Courage. Commitment.Before saying those words during his 2009 commencement speech at the U.S. Naval Academy,...

Date: 01/03/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Bookies will be betting on this bowl game

Hey sport, here is something to do before watching today’s Rose Bowl: Fill out your bracket for the Prose Bowl.

Date: 01/01/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Farewell to an old friend

Beloved cedar succumbs to storm

Date: 12/30/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


‘Larryville’ at the Everett Mall is a Christmas gift to all

A train rounds the bend, approaching a sign that says “You are now in Bedford Falls.” Near the scene from the Christmas classic “It’s a Wonderful Life,” ice skaters glide on the Hidden Pond. At the edge of the fantasy town, a...

Date: 12/25/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


Making good on second chance

Salvation Army program helped shop owner kick cocaine habit

Date: 12/23/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


Edmonds artist creates portraits of Poland’s fallen heroes

Michael Reagan, the Edmonds artist who has created thousands of portraits through his Fallen Heroes Project, will take a long walk Sunday. He walks every morning, but this time his thoughts will be far from home. In his heart, Reagan will be with 66...

Date: 12/20/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


Gary Haga, sidewalk evangelist, makes his final walk for God

With his feet, faith and a friendly wave, Gary Haga shared his belief in salvation through Jesus Christ. He walked miles through Marysville wearing a sandwich-board sign. He did it every day for as long as he was able. Haga’s earthly journey is over.

Date: 12/18/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


Restoring stories

Everett Public Library's Puget Sound mural gets makeover

Date: 12/16/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


Oh, the stories that Charles at Smuggler’s Cove could tell

If the place could talk, oh the stories diners would hear. Charles at Smuggler’s Cove, a Mukilteo restaurant for decades, has a shady history as a haven for bootleggers.

Date: 12/13/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


In Marysville, brain cancer survivor helps a bicycling crusader

Jessica Morgan and Paul Rodriguez live on opposite sides of the country. Until meeting this week, they mostly chatted online. What they have in common is a cruel enemy — brain cancer.Morgan, who lives in Lake Stevens, was diagnosed with the disease in 2009. At the

Date: 12/11/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


Our complicated feelings toward those ‘yearning to breathe free’

Congressman Rick Larsen’s audience was in full agreement Friday when he spoke about the meaning of the Statue of Liberty.

Date: 12/06/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


Holiday's up and running

Christmas House opens doors to 'shoppers'

Date: 12/04/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


Cup of opportunity

New coffee shop also serves hope for the homeless, at-risk teens

Date: 12/02/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


From Pearl Harbor to Paris, we’ve seen these tragedies before

On that terrible Friday the 13th, when ISIS attackers murdered at least 129 people in Paris, I tried not to watch. Instead of going home to a night of cable news, I went to Seattle to hear a musician friend play a live...

Date: 11/22/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


A 'caring spirit'

Photo honors longtime library staffer

Date: 11/20/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


VW owners, think twice before accepting that $500 check offer

Judy Sexton took a road trip in September. On her three-day drive to Nebraska, fuel costs were no problem. Her 2014 diesel Volkswagen Jetta gets more than 40 miles per gallon.

Date: 11/15/2015 | Julie Muhlstein


InspireHer program shows girls many paths to success

Anna Ropka is just 12, but already has a career in mind. She’s thinking about becoming a professional photographer.

Date: 11/13/2015 | Julie Muhlstein




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