Mukilteo

Planned Paine Field hotels to offer park-and-fly perks

An Everett developer plans to build two Marriott hotels near the new passenger terminal.

Am I muscular or just fat? Find out in the back of a truck

Get tanked in the fat-mobile. Fork over $49, dip in warm water, hold your nose, blow like a fish.

Mariner student hopes to be a voice for her school

Jade Steigerwald is going to be a student leader on the Mukilteo School Board next year.

WSDOT: Travel patterns hard to predict for July 4th holiday

Busiest ferries times are expected the Fridays and Saturdays before and after the 4th, and July 3.

Andy Muntz

Retiring school spokesman was a steady voice for 20 years

Andy Muntz volunteered on many district committees before he was recruited to work for Mukilteo schools.

Andy Muntz
Starting Monday, a reduced fare will be available for low-income riders on both Community Transit and Everett Transit. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Low-income fare available starting Monday

The ORCA LIFT card will now be accepted on Community Transit and Everett Transit routes.

Starting Monday, a reduced fare will be available for low-income riders on both Community Transit and Everett Transit. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Mukilteo schools may soon have state’s highest paid teachers

Teachers ratified a new contract Monday and the Board of Education will consider it next month.

Put down your phone and keep your eyes on the road — or else!

The smashed car is a selfie magnet and a powerful message to the dangers of distracted driving.

Mayor Jennifer Gregerson (left) listens as Councilwoman Anna Rohrbough discusses a proposed measure for a manager-council form of government during a Mukilteo City Council in May. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

The severance pay saga continues at Mukilteo city hall

Members aren’t always on their best behaviors at Mukilteo City Council meetings. See for yourself.

Mayor Jennifer Gregerson (left) listens as Councilwoman Anna Rohrbough discusses a proposed measure for a manager-council form of government during a Mukilteo City Council in May. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

One-way ferry fares for vehicles could increase by about $1

It’ll help pay for a new hybrid-electric ferry and converting 2 vessels to run on electricity and fuel.

Infusion of federal money propels Meadowdale Beach project

The work aims to revive shoreline habitat and make it easier for people to reach the beach.

New Sno-Isle class prepares students to translate for others

A year in, the interpretation and translation course is seeing promising results for bilingual students.

‘Bish the Swish’ has big plans after high school

Kamiak grad Andrew Bishop looks forward to getting job training and an apartment with his friends.

Lawsuit against Mukilteo shooter’s parents will go to trial

A complaint argues that the couple should have done more to prevent the triple homicide at a house party.

Cargo cranes were a bargain at $1 — but then there’s shipping

Two 200-foot-high cranes on a barge are expected to dock at the Port of Everett next week.

Police: Kamiak student raped girls in abandoned parking lot

Four teens told Mukilteo police detectives they were assaulted last year near the high school.

‘Modern Everett’: Last in local author’s historical trilogy

Mukilteo’s Steve K. Bertrand also wrote history books titled “Mukilteo” (2011) and “Paine Field” (2014).

Medical examiner: Woman killed by vehicle in Everett

Heidi Allen, of Mukilteo, was found Saturday night with serious injuries. She died at the hospital.

Candidates who have filed to run for Mukilteo City Council. (Washington Secretary of State)

It’s musical chairs on the Mukilteo City Council for 4 seats

Candidates got in, got out, switched places and faced off for the coming election.

Candidates who have filed to run for Mukilteo City Council. (Washington Secretary of State)

Mukilteans speak up at ferry meeting: ‘We’re not a doormat’

Community forum with ferry officials draws people from both sides of the Sound.

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