Mukilteo

Paine Field is cleared for passenger takeoff, FAA says

After years of planning and litigation, airlines can begin service at Everett’s new terminal.

 

Snow is gone but it’s still a headache for school leaders

Making up all the missed days without extending the school year too long is going to be a challenge.

 

Mukilteo teen’s trip to Japan brings lessons in food, family

Margaret Schroeder was one of 27 Kamiak students who participated in the Kakehashi Project exchange.

 

Woman killed in house fire near Lake Serene in Lynnwood area

Firefighters entered the burning home and retrieved the woman, but attempts to revive her failed.

Paine Field neighbors clashed in court over security risks

The legal fight between a corporate hangar and the Historic Flight Foundation led to soaring costs.

Tim Eyman allegedly stole a $70 chair from an Office Depot

Surveillance video shows him rolling the chair out the door. He says he can explain.

Another Mukilteo man is guilty of murder in torture killings

Hassani Hassani, 20, is the second defendant to plead guilty to torturing and killing Ezekiel Kelly.

A youth group’s event tackles a difficult subject: suicide

“Mukilteo Stands Behind Youth” will include a panel discussion and screening of “Suicide: The Ripple Effect.”

Part of Mukilteo triple-murder wrongful death suit dismissed

The estate of one of the 19-year-old victims had sought damages from the couple who owned the house.

18,000 square feet packed with hoopla, hoops and tech

A grand opening at the new Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club is Feb. 15. Check it out.

Passengers and workers await first Paine Field boarding call

“For 10 years I’ve been promising myself I would be on that first flight,” says a reservation holder.

Mukilteo’s Empty Shell serves a full boat of seafood delicacies

Oyster lovers — who do not include our reporter — will appreciate the six types on offer.

Sno-Isle Tech teachers finally get their pay raise

After months of talks, the instructors secured an agreement for 18 percent raises this school year.

Rosemary Newman holds a photo of her mother, Hazel Mae Nichols, whose ashes were dispersed during a memorial service on the Edmonds-Kingston ferry route. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Ever after: Get married — or buried — on a Washington ferry

Ferries offer a final send-off for the cremains of loved ones. All for the price of passenger fare.

Rosemary Newman holds a photo of her mother, Hazel Mae Nichols, whose ashes were dispersed during a memorial service on the Edmonds-Kingston ferry route. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Is it climate change? New birds are here, others disappeared

A report from the National Audubon Society suggests climate change is affecting North American birds.

10 coffee spots to visit in Snohomish and Island counties

If you’re looking for a cuppa, here’s where you can find some of the best java we drank.

Cho Lee gathers flowers for arrangements before the opening of the Mukilteo Farmers Market at Lighthouse Park in 2016. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Mukilteo Farmers Market will take the summer off

Organizers are seeking new volunteers, and a manager is needed to reboot the market.

Cho Lee gathers flowers for arrangements before the opening of the Mukilteo Farmers Market at Lighthouse Park in 2016. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

His fast-rising journalism career began in Mukilteo

LaVendrick Smith’s first job was at the Beacon. Now he reports for the Dallas Morning News.

Judge says AG can add allegations to suit against Eyman

At hearing, the anti-tax crusader defended himself and denied wrongdoing in case from 2012 election