Mukilteo brothers rise through ranks in Army service

Reggie Carlson graduated July 21 from the U.S. Army Logistics Captains’ Career Course in Fort Lee, Virginia. He is now serving as a captain with… Continue reading

National Merit semifinalists

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation on Sept. 13 announced the names of about 16,000 semifinalists nationwide in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. The high… Continue reading

Minutes mattered the day Pat Ward was brought back to life

The Mukilteo police and fire chaplain died at breakfast. She got a second chance thanks to a waitress.

Education, experience helps Mukilteo restaurant succeed

A conversation Kelsey Sturtevant, with one of the owners of Red Cork Bistro & Catering.

Snohomish County’s ‘best kept secret’ wants everyone to know

The Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center is celebrating 40 years of forging career-ready students.

Mukilteo opens first district-wide, all-day kindergarten

Yasmine Diaby hitched up the “Beauty and the Beast” backpack nearly half her height. In her pink sparkly shoes, she marched right up… Continue reading

Feds help finance new ocean, fisheries station in Mukilteo

State-of-the-art scientific research is tough to do in former Air Force barracks. The lineage of the 70-year old waterfront building can be seen… Continue reading

Saturday’s stars of the night

Hunter Beirne, Kamiak girls soccer Beirne, a junior midfielder, scored two goals to help the Knights to a 3-2 win over King’s. Katelyn Gose, Monroe… Continue reading

Planks stolen from Mukilteo footbridge built by Eagle Scout

Less than two weeks after Ethan Papenhausen completed his Eagle Scout project — a 16-foot bridge over a gully in Japanese Gulch Park… Continue reading

Model lighthouses to shine at Mukilteo festival this weekend

The Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival wouldn’t be what it is today without its landmark lighthouse at the shore. To go with this year’s theme, Light up… Continue reading

Section of Highway 526 to close overnight for paving

Ferry riders coming through the Mukilteo terminal may need to plan for overnight closures of Highway 526 this weekend. All lanes of westbound… Continue reading

Mystery solved: Missing Mukilteo mermaid retired to Arizona

The mystery of the Mukilteo mermaid has been solved. She’s soaking up the sun at a lodge in southern Arizona. A “What’s Up With That?”… Continue reading

Kamiak senior hoping for satisfying end to volleyball career

It was an opportunity of a lifetime that Haley Gilbert just couldn’t pass up. Gilbert tagged along with her older sisters, Jenna and Alyssa, on… Continue reading

Oh, ‘Whateverett’: T-shirts inspired by aloof, drunken sailor

Whatever. The term for indifference or exasperation, often muttered with “Yeah, well” before it, has gone local. Whateverett. What’s up with that? Jillian Ingram, 38,… Continue reading

Vintage planes abound at Paine Field — if you can find them

Crowds of people squinted into the cloudless sky above Paine Field and waited for the rumble of planes. Joe Kunzler, 35, lives for… Continue reading

Lake Serene flood relief coming a year earlier than expected

Snohomish County expects to finish a key drainage repair at Lake Serene almost a year ahead of schedule, with work starting Tuesday. Construction… Continue reading

Officials launch construction of new Mukilteo ferry terminal

Dignitaries including Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson and U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen joined officials from the state Department of Transportation on Wednesday to mark… Continue reading

On the hunt for the Mukilteo mermaid that’s gone missing

Your help is urgently needed. A mermaid has gone missing. Maybe you have information that can help locate her. What’s up with that? It’s a… Continue reading