Mill Creek

Meet Tambark Creek. Everett has a new kid on the block

The school district’s 18th elementary campus is scheduled to open in the fall of 2019.

 

Principal Dave Peters holds the door for students exiting first lunch Monday morning at Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek on Jan. 22. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Got a pen? Help redraw boundaries for Everett high schools

Three meetings give the public a chance to weigh in as district tackles overcrowding.

 

There’s plenty to choose from at The Rusty Pelican with full breakfast and lunch menus. This is the Dungeness crab meat benedict.

Your hardest choice at Rusty Pelican Cafe? Breakfast or lunch

The restaurant with locations in Mill Creek and Edmonds has a surprisingly varied menu.

 

Connor Ewing return a tackle wheel Thursday night during practice at the Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club on November 15, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Youth football’s best coming to Snohomish County

The area will host the 1st Northwest Regional to decide who gets to play for a title in Canton, Ohio.

Connor Ewing return a tackle wheel Thursday night during practice at the Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club on November 15, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Authentic Salvadoran home cooking on the edge of Mill Creek

You won’t find fancy frills at Nuevo Amanecer Pupuseria, but the pupusas are delicious.

Report: Ex-Mill Creek manager created hostile workplace

Employees complained that Rebecca Polizzotto yelled and swore at them and made them run personal errands.

Locals, Funko CEO remember Marvel comics co-creator Stan Lee

Lee introduced characters such as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and the Incredible Hulk.

Elaine Noble Reas leans into her father, William Franklin Noble, in this photo from about 1940. Reas learned a lot about her dad from letters he wrote in 1918, when he was on the front lines of World War I. Reas, 87, recently wrote tributes about her father and two relatives who fought in World War II. She hopes other people will do the same to preserve the stories of veterans before the opportunity is lost.

Armistice Day: A lot to learn from reading dad’s WW I letters

A Lynnwood woman is taking the time to write beautiful essays about the veterans she loved.

Elaine Noble Reas leans into her father, William Franklin Noble, in this photo from about 1940. Reas learned a lot about her dad from letters he wrote in 1918, when he was on the front lines of World War I. Reas, 87, recently wrote tributes about her father and two relatives who fought in World War II. She hopes other people will do the same to preserve the stories of veterans before the opportunity is lost.

Upgrade to natural gas pipeline worries environmental groups

A company says the work is necessary to improve safety and meet growing customer demand.

Lovick and Sax duel on car tabs, tolls and transparency

It’s quieter since Sax posted excerpts of sex abuse investigation of Lovick that produced no charges.

Help name Everett’s newest school

The elementary, located between Bothell and Mill Creek, should open in fall 2019.

Mark Harmsworth tries to hold political battleground for GOP

Democrat Jared Mead opposes the Republican state House rep on roads, mass transit and schools.

Mill Creek interim manager arrested after domestic incident

Bob Stowe has been filling in for another city manager, who was terminated earlier this month.

Terminated Mill Creek city manager gets 6 months of pay

Rebecca Polizzotto also gets a lump sum for unused vacation. In return, she drops a $1 million legal claim.

Mill Creek fires city manager after ‘difficult’ months

The council approved a separation agreement Tuesday. Details were not immediately disclosed.

Talks delayed on wider fireworks ban for south county

The ordinance would prohibit selling or igniting common fireworks around cities than ban them.

Need for speed drives design of new Swift bus stops

The Swift Green line is to open next spring. It will connect Boeing with the Canyon Park area.

Mill Creek council to vote Oct. 2 whether to fire Polizzotto

The city’s attorney forbade elected officicals from saying anything publicly.