Mill Creek

Man accused of fatally stabbing wife faces May trial

Matt Alton, of Mill Creek, is charged with second-degree domestic violence murder.

Clues in recovered backpack help identify robbery suspect

Police find a ticket with the man’s name on it after an attempted shoplifting at a Safeway.

Losing Mill Creek candidate wants to be declared the winner

Carmen Fisher sued to get the council seat now vacated by incumbent Sean Kelly, who lives elsewhere.

Firefighters come to the rescue and give mom new stroller

Donations to the Good Neighbor Program covered the $143.20 cost.

Mill Creek’s Donna Michelson ready to retire at year’s end

The city’s longest-serving council member says she has every intention of staying involved.

County Council to resume rural rezoning discussions in April

Two groups of property owners want the county to upzone their land for denser development.

Sean Kelly

Mill Creek councilman who lives in Snohomish will resign

Sean Kelly said he will repay the salary he received for the past few months.

Sean Kelly

Mill Creek councilman no longer lives in city, panel finds

The Canvassing Board determined Sean Kelly is not eligible to vote there.

The beavers weren’t happy, either, about Mill Creek flooding

A tree fell on their dam, sending a rush of water into a neighborhood near Jackson High School.

Mill Creek councilman Kelly ineligible? Canvas board to decide

Officials to consider challenge alleging that he moved into a Snohomish house over the summer.

First returns show incumbents holding County Council seats

As of Tuesday, Nehring had 59.1 percent, Ryan had 62.9 percent and Low had 57.6 percent.

Man arrested after robbery at fast-food restaurant

The suspected gunman told a detective he didn’t remember what happened because he’d been drinking,

Judge rules that school district may condemn 3 properties

Owners of affected properties say they understand, but they’ve been unable to agree on price.

Jackson High alumna is in pursuit of Planet Nine — and a Ph.D.

She has discovered evidence confirming other suspicions there might be a planet beyond Neptune.

Bicycle tour raises money for dialysis patients

Volunteers also shared health information and put together care packages for homeless women.

Mill Creek hires Gina Hortillosa as public works director

Hortillosa will be responsible for creating strategic infrastructure plans to promote economic growth.

Boy Scouts celebrate 100 years through service

Over 1,600 Scouts took part in the Day of Service marking Mount Baker Council’s 100th anniversary.

A first-time candidate takes on a County Council incumbent

Democrat Terry Ryan seeks a second term in District 4. Marcus Barton is a “left-leaning Republican.”

Fire damages house in Mill Creek

No one was home when fire crews responded.

Teen accused of assaulting 5-year-old, stealing his scooter

The older boy faces charges in other cases, too. He is getting mental health treatment out of state.