Kamiak grad on winning DataFest team

Kamiak High School alumna and Wesleyan University student Tiffany Coons, of Everett, was a member of a team that won the Best Innovation prize at… Continue reading

Kindness, finding cures rate high for this Mukilteo student

Warren Han, 18, is a senior at Kamiak High School. The wrestling team captain was noted for his outstanding leadership. “However, his incredible… Continue reading

Paine Field museum scores rare 1930s de Havilland airplane

One of the rarest aircraft in the world recently landed at Paine Field’s Historic Flight Foundation in Mukilteo. The museum added a 1930s-era… Continue reading

With Alaska announcement come high hopes for Paine Field

There are high hopes of turning Paine Field into a Golden Gate Bridge of sorts — one that soars 30,000 feet in the… Continue reading

Detectives seek information about teen missing for year

Detectives are still asking for help finding an Edmonds-area teen who went missing one year ago. Tyler Christensen, 17, left his home near… Continue reading

Expect delays from sign replacement on I-5

Drivers who use southbound I-5 and westbound Highway 526 (the Boeing Freeway) to get to south Everett or Mukilteo should prepare for possible… Continue reading

Mukilteo offers $10,000 reward after elementary-school arson

The city of Mukilteo is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information that leads to a conviction in Sunday’s arson at… Continue reading

Mukilteo orchestra to play classical music from the jazz age

Did the advent of jazz have any influence on what we call classical music? Find out when the Mukilteo Community Orchestra performs its final 2016-17… Continue reading

Alaska Airlines to serve Paine Field in Everett in 2018

Alaska Airlines plans to fly passengers out of Paine Field starting next year. The Seattle-based carrier made the announcement Wednesday. That makes Alaska… Continue reading

Expanded Arlington Boys & Girls Club includes new teen center

The teen center wasn’t officially open, but there was no keeping them out. A lively beat came from the speakers and the overhead… Continue reading

3 hurt after can of cooking spray falls into fryer

The state Department of Labor & Industries is investigating an incident at the Mukilteo Speedway Cafe on Sunday that sent three employees to… Continue reading

Information sought about suspected arson

Detectives are asking for tips about the suspected arson Saturday night at Columbia Elementary School in Mukilteo. The fire started in a portable… Continue reading

‘Busy, busy, busy’ ACES senior leaning toward cosmetology

Hayley Harden, 17, moved around a lot before her mom settled in south Everett with her and her sisters. It took a toll… Continue reading

DECA students back from Anaheim

Several local schools sent teams to the DECA International Career Development Conference, held April 25-30 in Anaheim, Calif. The business and marketing club offers competition… Continue reading

3 hurt after spray can falls in fryer at Mukilteo restaurant

Three people were injured Sunday after a can of cooking spray fell into the fryer at the Speedway Cafe. It happened about 11:22… Continue reading

Mukilteo elementary school damaged in apparent arson

An apparent arson at Columbia Elementary School late Saturday caused more than $100,000 in damage. The school will be closed Monday, according to… Continue reading

Mukilteo plans forum to discuss teen vaping

A lot of teenagers think vaping is harmless. In fact, their still-developing minds are especially vulnerable to the chemicals inside electronic cigarettes and… Continue reading

Lake Stevens, Mukilteo robotics teams back from worlds

The VEX Robotics Competition State Championship was held March 11 in Ellensburg. V-Bots The Five Guys Team 8931A and V-Bots Tarros Team 8931G, both of… Continue reading

Work to begin on Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club

Construction is scheduled to begin here next month on the new home of a Boys &Girls Club, a $5 million building set to… Continue reading

Kay Goosman: You sacrificed everything for us

We asked readers to tell us what they love about their moms. Kids from 17 to well over 70 entered The Herald’s Mother’s Day contest.… Continue reading