Mukilteo

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

City of Mukilteo’s appeal of airport terminal decision rejected

The decision was brief; its impact far reaching. The state Supreme Court has chosen not to hear a case brought by the city… Continue reading

‘Mukilteo Strong’ gathering to commemorate shooting victims

The shooting deaths nearly a year ago of three young people and injury to a fourth shattered many in this city. The community… Continue reading

Mukilteo kids collect stuffed animals for hospital

Olympic View Middle School students Josh Clogston, Heike Cyphert and Khyara Jordan organized a stuffed animal drive to benefit the emergency department and Children’s Center… Continue reading

Put your knowledge, skills to the test at Amazing Race Mukilteo

It was no surprise when the mayor’s team won the city’s first-ever Amazing Race Mukilteo. Sisters Jennifer and Anne Gregerson were the first… Continue reading

Changes coming for bicycles pulling trailers onto ferries

On many routes, bicycles towing trailers will pay two one-way fees for a round trip.

Sales tax hike would fund road projects in Mukilteo

City leaders are considering asking voters to raise the sales tax by 0.1 percent for road-related projects, an ability provided by the city’s… Continue reading

County council approves developer’s easements request

A majority of the Snohomish County Council agreed Wednesday to grant a developer permission to use three roadway easements through the proposed site… Continue reading

Man gets two years in prison for stabbing woman in back

The bleeding woman collapsed on the sidewalk and good Samaritans stopped to help her. Roland Cole kept driving, leaving behind the woman he… Continue reading

Mukilteo brokers collect for food bank

Windermere Mukilteo brokers in June volunteered to collect donations from shoppers at the neighborhood QFC, bringing in $751 and just under 1,000 pounds of food… Continue reading