Mountlake Terrace

Terrace teen named a Young Scholar

Hynd Folquet, a freshman at Mountlake Terrace High School, was selected for a $250 honorable mention scholarship through the Young Scholars Initiative, a program sponsored… Continue reading

Taylor Murgallis: From slacker to honor roll

Main story: Determined teacher helps keeps students on Path to success Teacher Jan Link has a mantra: Anyone can make it, given the right help… Continue reading

Robotics teams return from world competition in Houston

The Arlington High School NeoBots Team 2903 was a subdivision winner in the FIRST Robotics Competition Championship, held April 19-22 in Houston. Their four-team alliance… Continue reading

Tech students advance

The Technology Students Association (TSA) State Conference was held March 16-18 in Yakima with over 900 competitors. Students and teams who ranked in the Top… Continue reading

Police investigate gunfire and car crash in Terrace, Edmonds

Detectives are investigating whether shootings in Mountlake Terrace and Edmonds early Thursday were connected. No one was injured. No arrests have been… Continue reading

Mountlake Terrace could get new City Hall

Plans are shaping up for a new City Hall in Mountlake Terrace. If everything goes as expected, and voters get on board,… Continue reading

Mountlake Terrace teen charged with two counts of rape

Prosecutors on Monday resurrected a rape charge against a teenager accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl in a hallway at Mountlake Terrace… Continue reading

Police seek driver from I-5 crash near Mountlake Terrace

A two-car crash on I-5 near Mountlake Terrace slowed traffic late Thursday. A police dog was deployed to search for one of… Continue reading

Front Porch: Museum, library

Museum honored: The Imagine Children’s Museum has received accreditation from the nonprofit American Alliance of Museums. Since 1969, only about 1,000 museums have received accreditation,… Continue reading

Mountlake Terrace cops reach out with food, warmth, info

In their work, police officers often come across people who are struggling to get by. Mountlake Terrace officers have been aiming to… Continue reading

Locals competed at state National Geographic Bee

The National Geographic State Bee was held March 31 at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. Local students who competed at the state-level competition: Jack Bode… Continue reading

Teen accused of previous assault charged with rape

Snohomish County prosecutors have charged an 18-year-old man with rape, a crime investigators say happened while the teen had a pending sexual… Continue reading

Terrace Park aide is state’s Classified Employee of the Year

Debbie Johnsrud, a Terrace Park Elementary School educational assistant, was named the state’s Classified School Employee of the Year by the Office of Superintendent of… Continue reading

Mountlake Terrace teenager is held in rape case

An 18-year-old charged last year with raping a girl in a hallway at Mountlake Terrace High School was arrested Tuesday for investigation… Continue reading

‘Emotionally connected’ students build tiny houses for homeless

Geometry class filled with the pounding of hammers and buzzing of saws Tuesday morning. Students with white hardhats and hammers hanging from black… Continue reading

Mountlake Terrace alum graduates from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Daniella Duya graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Duya… Continue reading

Mountlake Terrace Police Chief honored as Patriotic Employer

The Employers Support of the Guard and Reserves on Feb. 21 awarded Mountlake Terrace Police Chief Greg Wilson with a Patriotic Employer… Continue reading

Questions surround potential merger of county’s 911 centers

A decision on whether to merge the two 911 centers in Snohomish County has undertones of a power struggle. In south county, 911… Continue reading

Rotary commends outstanding teachers at Spruce, Terrace Park

The Alderwood-Terrace Rotary Club recently honored its Educators of the Month for December and January. Kari Strong retired at the end of 2016 as a… Continue reading

Rains, slides disrupt traffic, cause flooding; wind cuts power

Steady rain soaked streets, swelled streams and disrupted commuter trains in south Snohomish County on Thursday. Rains tapered by afternoon, then winds picked… Continue reading