Mukilteo

As Mukilteo candidate claims scandal, opponents take action

A PAC will oppose Peter Zieve, who revived a disputed accusation that councilman Bob Champion and the mayor had an affair.

Granite Falls man stabbed near school; Mukilteo man arrested

The victim, 34, is expected to survive. The suspect, 48, was tracked to his workplace in Everett.

Boy who died when gate fell on him identified

Death deemed accidental, but detectives continue to investigate what caused the gate to fall.

After decades of talk, Harbour Pointe road takes shape

The Mukilteo project has been talked about for decades. It could be built by 2019.

Police investigating cause of fence accident that killed boy

A heavy iron gate fell on him at a church in Mukilteo. He was 8 years old.

Boy dies after iron gate falls on him near Mukilteo church

CPR by bystanders, an off-duty paramedic and a Mukilteo crew couldn’t save the 8-year-old.

Everett woman’s friend ‘came running up with tears in her eyes’

Snohomish County residents in Las Vegas describe chaos Sunday night, then a somber Monday morning.

This week’s Herald Super Kid, Kamiak senior Greg Marshall, is a kind and committed student leader. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Kamiak High senior accentuates the positive

Guiding principle for senior Greg Marshall: Kindness counts

This week’s Herald Super Kid, Kamiak senior Greg Marshall, is a kind and committed student leader. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Fall ferry schedules, fares here

Fall schedules for Washington State Ferries start Sunday, Oct. 1, along with the first wave of new fare hikes. The fare for a standard-sized vehicle… Continue reading

Kayden Blanco, 4, looks up at dog handler Lisa Akin, who holds 11-year-old yellow Lab mix Risa on her lap. Akin was helping the boy read a book. Carmen, a 12-year-old black Lab mix wearing a hot pink party hat, watches politely as Kayden shares the book “A Duck on a Bike” with both dogs and Akin. Carmen and Risa retired Tuesday with a party at the Mukilteo Library. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

These old library dogs are ready for a new trick — retirement

After years of patiently listening to young readers, Carmen and Risa probably have heard enough.

Kayden Blanco, 4, looks up at dog handler Lisa Akin, who holds 11-year-old yellow Lab mix Risa on her lap. Akin was helping the boy read a book. Carmen, a 12-year-old black Lab mix wearing a hot pink party hat, watches politely as Kayden shares the book “A Duck on a Bike” with both dogs and Akin. Carmen and Risa retired Tuesday with a party at the Mukilteo Library. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Mukilteo brothers rise through ranks in Army service

Reggie Carlson graduated July 21 from the U.S. Army Logistics Captains’ Career Course in Fort Lee, Virginia. He is now serving as a captain with… Continue reading

National Merit semifinalists

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation on Sept. 13 announced the names of about 16,000 semifinalists nationwide in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. The high… Continue reading

Minutes mattered the day Pat Ward was brought back to life

The Mukilteo police and fire chaplain died at breakfast. She got a second chance thanks to a waitress.

Education, experience helps Mukilteo restaurant succeed

A conversation Kelsey Sturtevant, with one of the owners of Red Cork Bistro & Catering.

Snohomish County’s ‘best kept secret’ wants everyone to know

The Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center is celebrating 40 years of forging career-ready students.

Mukilteo opens first district-wide, all-day kindergarten

Yasmine Diaby hitched up the “Beauty and the Beast” backpack nearly half her height. In her pink sparkly shoes, she marched right up… Continue reading

Feds help finance new ocean, fisheries station in Mukilteo

State-of-the-art scientific research is tough to do in former Air Force barracks. The lineage of the 70-year old waterfront building can be seen… Continue reading

Saturday’s stars of the night

Hunter Beirne, Kamiak girls soccer Beirne, a junior midfielder, scored two goals to help the Knights to a 3-2 win over King’s. Katelyn Gose, Monroe… Continue reading