County strives to keep Puget Sound healthy through grant, app

Puget Sound. It’s the mesmerizing sea at our feet. Fed by rivers, streams and runoff, it’s part of a complex ecological web. Trying… Continue reading

City of Mukilteo’s appeal of airport terminal decision rejected

The decision was brief; its impact far reaching. The state Supreme Court has chosen not to hear a case brought by the city… Continue reading

‘Mukilteo Strong’ gathering to commemorate shooting victims

The shooting deaths nearly a year ago of three young people and injury to a fourth shattered many in this city. The community… Continue reading

Mukilteo kids collect stuffed animals for hospital

Olympic View Middle School students Josh Clogston, Heike Cyphert and Khyara Jordan organized a stuffed animal drive to benefit the emergency department and Children’s Center… Continue reading

Put your knowledge, skills to the test at Amazing Race Mukilteo

It was no surprise when the mayor’s team won the city’s first-ever Amazing Race Mukilteo. Sisters Jennifer and Anne Gregerson were the first… Continue reading

Changes coming for bicycles pulling trailers onto ferries

On many routes, bicycles towing trailers will pay two one-way fees for a round trip.

Sales tax hike would fund road projects in Mukilteo

City leaders are considering asking voters to raise the sales tax by 0.1 percent for road-related projects, an ability provided by the city’s… Continue reading

County council approves developer’s easements request

A majority of the Snohomish County Council agreed Wednesday to grant a developer permission to use three roadway easements through the proposed site… Continue reading

Man gets two years in prison for stabbing woman in back

The bleeding woman collapsed on the sidewalk and good Samaritans stopped to help her. Roland Cole kept driving, leaving behind the woman he… Continue reading

Mukilteo brokers collect for food bank

Windermere Mukilteo brokers in June volunteered to collect donations from shoppers at the neighborhood QFC, bringing in $751 and just under 1,000 pounds of food… Continue reading

YMCA honors volunteers

The YMCA of Snohomish County honored its outstanding policy, program, youth and financial development volunteers at a special recognition breakfast June 14. Policy Volunteers: Gary… Continue reading

Pinball wizard from Mukilteo wins the world championship

Raymond Davidson is a pinball-playing machine. The 24-year-old from Mukilteo won the World Pinball Championship held June 3 in Copenhagen, Denmark. With that win, he… Continue reading

Rotary presents Youth Challenge Awards

The Rotary Club of Lynnwood held its 25th annual Youth Challenge Awards on May 18. The Youth Challenge Awards recognize Snohomish County individuals and groups… Continue reading

Mukilteo students showcase imagination

The Infinite Creative Crew, a group of six Mukilteo middle and elementary students, won second place in the middle-level technical challenge at the Destination Imagination… Continue reading

MAP scholarship winners named

Nearly 150 people attended the YMCA of Snohomish County’s annual My Achievers Program (MAP) Recognition and Scholarship Banquet on June 1. Scholarships were awarded to… Continue reading

App lets you use your phone to pay for parking in Mukilteo

Now there’s an alternative to scrounging for money or digging through your wallet for a debit or credit card to pay for parking… Continue reading

Snohomish County companies help make safer football helmet

Two Snohomish County companies are helping three college professors and a veteran of the medical technology industry revolutionize the football helmet. With concern… Continue reading

South Everett Rotary gives out scholarships

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club awarded a total of $11,500 in scholarships to graduating seniors from three local high schools. Cascade: Karli DuBois, Rayna LaFave-Clark,… Continue reading

Summer meal programs for low-income kids ready to start soon

Tens of thousands of fruit cups, cracker packs, cheese sticks and cartons of milk were served to children in Snohomish County last summer.… Continue reading

Kamiak High School takes home top 5th Avenue theater award

Forgive the sports analogy, but Kamiak High School’s production of “Footloose” has won the state championship. In a Tony awards-like ceremony Monday night… Continue reading