Mill Creek

Mill Creek smooths sidewalks

Mill Creek Public Works contractor crews this summer smoothed out sidewalks that were buckling from tree roots. Crews from Precision Concrete Cutting ground down the… Continue reading

Mill Creek church holds health fair for those without access

Two people knew they had diabetes, but weren’t testing their blood sugar levels daily. Seven women received digital breast cancer screenings. More… Continue reading

Video of assault of boy posted online; teen arrested

A teen was arrested Saturday after a video surfaced online of him allegedly assaulting a boy and stealing his scooter. The boy… Continue reading

Why lawmakers failed to fix Sound Transit’s taxing boundary

What was supposed to be an easy fix for property owners stuck partway in the Sound Transit taxing boundary never materialized in the… Continue reading

Mill Creek hiring director to run public works, development

The city is looking to hire a new director to oversee the city’s growth and infrastructure. The director will head up Mill… Continue reading

Part of Seattle Hill Road in Mill Creek to close for rebuilding

Seattle Hill Road is scheduled to close for five days starting at 6 a.m. Aug. 14. Snohomish County Public Works is rebuilding… Continue reading

Teen killed in crash remembered as being ‘a kind soul’

It’s been a week since Mikayla Sorenson’s family learned that she had been killed in an early morning crash that took the… Continue reading

2 Mill Creek neighborhoods to get rough-riding roads repaved

The City Council agreed at its July 25 meeting to proceed with grinding and repaving chip-sealed streets in two older neighborhoods this… Continue reading

Third positively rabid bat in county found near Mill Creek

Three bats in Snohomish County have tested positive for rabies — the most since 2010. The most recent rabies-positive bat entered a home… Continue reading

CWU grad named Emergent Educator

Makenzie Josephson was awarded the Central Washington University School of Education’s Emergent Educator Award, placing her in the top 10 percent of the program’s 1,200… Continue reading

Jackson High rain garden addresses storm water pollution

A rain garden created with help by an “Environmental Systems Design” class earlier this year was the first Snohomish Conservation District project of its kind… Continue reading

Suspect arrested in connection with series of robberies

Police arrested a 43-year-old man Friday in connection with a series of burglaries in south Snohomish County and east King County. He… Continue reading

Mill Creek Little League drops heartbreaker in regional final

So close. The Mill Creek Little League All-Stars lost an extra-innings, 1-0 heartbreaker to Utah… Continue reading

‘You deserve better’: 3 crash victims mourned at Jackson High

Messages written in chalk filled the sidewalk Thursday in front of Jackson High School. One, a drawing in blue of Mickey Mouse,… Continue reading

Mill Creek LL advances to West Region final with 6-0 win

The Mill Creek Little League All-Stars earned a spot in Friday’s West Regional Tournament championship… Continue reading

Mill Creek advances to regional softball semis with 11-1 win

The Mill Creek Little League All-Stars took another step forward with an 11-1, five-inning victory… Continue reading

Float, relax: Send your stress upstream at Mill Creek spa

For one hour, it was nothingness. No pings, rings or screens. No sights, sounds or smells. Nothing. I was one with a… Continue reading

Mill Creek opens LL softball regionals with win over Hawaii

The Mill Creek Little League All-Stars opened the West Regional Softball Tournament with an 11-3… Continue reading

Crews make room for wider shoulders on portion of Highway 527

Crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation expect to close a northbound lane of Highway 527 from 3 a.m. to… Continue reading

Mill Creek back in regionals, eyes berth in LLSWS

It’s hard to imagine a team better primed to win a regional tournament than the Mill Creek Little League softball team. Talent? Mill Creek’s 12-year-olds… Continue reading