New Paine Field commission to advise county on airport

Snohomish County has formed a new Paine Field advisory panel to help figure out ways to reduce airport noise and deal with problem… Continue reading

Mukilteo company makes spy-proof phones

Steve Hill discovered his company’s phones were used in the White House after President George W. Bush left office. The owner of Teo Technologies in… Continue reading

As count continues, Everett mayor’s race still razor-close

The top three candidates for the Everett mayor’s job were separated by just 94 votes as of Wednesday night.… Continue reading

Other races: Fire district commissioner survives gaffe

Incumbent David Chan was dominating in the race for commissioner in Snohomish County Fire District 1, with early… Continue reading

Mukilteo gym owner went from styling hair to styling bodies

Gloria Leonard used to style hair. Now she styles bodies. For Leonard, 56, co-owner of Immortals Fitness in Mukilteo, it all started with her own… Continue reading

1 year after shootings: ‘Say their names, keep their memories’

Their names were written with purple sidewalk chalk. A girl drew a lighthouse shining its beacon on them. More than a hundred people… Continue reading

Many choices in primary election still key to region’s future

Voters in every corner of Snohomish County have weighty choices in Tuesday’s primary. Nowhere more so than in Everett, the county’s geographical and… Continue reading

The anti-mosque Mukilteo aerospace exec enters politics

Around 7 a.m. on a Friday in mid-June, Peter Zieve settled in at an outside table at… Continue reading

Four seek Mukilteo City Council Position 3 seat in primary

Four candidates will be on the primary election ballot for the Position 3 Mukilteo City Council seat. The winner will replace Randy Lord,… Continue reading

Scholarship event to honor young Mukilteo shooting victim

Anna Bui traveled Europe for three weeks last year. She was the happiest she’d ever been. She looked forward to more trips, exploring… Continue reading

Community sports roundup: Mukilteo LL softball wins state

A team from Mukilteo won the 11-year-old Little League State Softball Tournament held July 14-20 in Normandy Park. Mukilteo finished the tournament undefeated, winning all… Continue reading

Commercial flights are a big issue in Mukilteo council race

Three candidates are competing to replace Ted Wheeler, the Position 1 representative who has been on the City Council since 2014 and who… Continue reading

County gets $12M FAA grant for upgrades at Paine Field

A new terminal for passenger jets isn’t the only heavy construction about to get started at Paine Field. Government dollars are headed to… Continue reading

Damaged ramp interrupts Mukilteo ferry service

A bent ramp briefly closed the Mukilteo ferry dock Monday afternoon. Due to damage, temporary limits on loading lanes and heavy-weight vehicles continued… Continue reading

Mukilteo bans e-cigarettes within 500 feet of schools

Students, staff and visitors aren’t allowed to use electronic cigarettes within 500 feet of schools in the Mukilteo School District. The ban is… Continue reading

Vibrant art livens up Everett funeral home and crematory

An abstract nude hangs in the lobby. Psychedelic paintings of animals and flowers enhance the reception area. Across the room, a flat screen… Continue reading

Mukilteo Eagle Scout uncovers picnic area, honors grandpa

Matthew Kinney recently completed a community service project to earn the rank of Eagle Scout project while also remembering his grandfather. Kinney, of Mukilteo, found… Continue reading

Mukilteo’s Kwak makes cut at U.S. Junior Amateur

Alvin Kwak of Mukilteo shot a 2-over-par 73 Tuesday and that was good enough to advance to the match-play portion of the… Continue reading

Kamiak students spend week at police department’s youth academy

A Kamiak High School senior hopes to land a job with the FBI one day. She wants to be a criminal profiler. Abygahle… Continue reading

County strives to keep Puget Sound healthy through grant, app

Puget Sound. It’s the mesmerizing sea at our feet. Fed by rivers, streams and runoff, it’s part of a complex ecological web. Trying… Continue reading