Mukilteo schools hand out Lighthouse Awards

The second semester Lighthouse Awards went to Kitty Jensen, a primary support teacher at Discovery Elementary, and to Lisa Marshall, an executive assistant in the… Continue reading

Body found near Picnic Point Park identified as Edmonds man

Authorities have identified a body found earlier this month near Picnic Point Park as that of a 38-year-old Edmonds man. The cause and… Continue reading

Mukilteo woman wins college art award

Wheaton College student Tessa Miller, of Mukilteo, recently received the college President’s Art Commission Award. This award was announced at Wheaton College’s Honors Convocation. The… Continue reading

Mukilteo energy storage firm wins EPA award for its battery

UniEnergy Technologies will receive an Environmental Protection Agency Green Chemistry Challenge Award for the company’s advanced vanadium redox flow battery. UniEnergy and other… Continue reading

Mukilteo polling residents about what they want in parks

It’s been a decade since people here were asked what recreational services they would like and what could be added to make local… Continue reading

Alaska flights in about a year: Ground broken at Paine Field

The chance to use Paine Field to fly away on business or vacation suddenly felt much closer Monday as political and business leaders… Continue reading

Naomi Lee, Kamiak High School: UW bound

The Future is Now This is one of a series of profiles of noteworthy Snohomish County high school graduates: Naomi Lee, Kamiak (UW) • Arianna… Continue reading

Peace Park to honor former Mukilteo students who were slain

After the deaths of three young adults last year, the city announced plans to establish a new park dedicated to their memory. The… Continue reading

Kamiak’s ‘Footloose’ gets 12 5th Avenue award nominations

When longtime Kamiak High School drama teacher Laurie Levine retired last year, student Emily Vaughan wondered what would happen to her school’s top-rated… Continue reading

South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary names Students of the Month

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club recently named its Students of the Month for April and May. Mitchell Hovis, of Kamiak High School, is an AP… Continue reading

Providence awards scholarships to teen volunteers

Ten $2,000 scholarships were awarded May 9 at the Providence General Children’s Association annual meeting. A new award honoring long time PGCA volunteer Jeannette Pearson… Continue reading

Mukilteo Elementary School principal resigns after year

Ausencio Cinco Delgado, who came to Mukilteo Elementary School this school year as its principal, has resigned. Pat Schmidt, the retired former assistant… Continue reading

Pray for pennies from heaven to buy this church turned house

Pray for a windfall. This luxury estate can be yours for $2.14 million, complete with a clanging church bell. It’s a “chouse” —… Continue reading

Eyman calls AG’s lawsuit over finances politically motivated

A lawsuit accusing initiative promoter Tim Eyman of concealing the source of donations and accepting kickbacks in the course of a 2012 initiative… Continue reading

Pilot says plane checked out OK before emergency landing

Puffs of what looked like exhaust caught a driver’s attention moments before a plane crashed in front of his car earlier this month… Continue reading

Kamiak grad on winning DataFest team

Kamiak High School alumna and Wesleyan University student Tiffany Coons, of Everett, was a member of a team that won the Best Innovation prize at… Continue reading

Kindness, finding cures rate high for this Mukilteo student

Warren Han, 18, is a senior at Kamiak High School. The wrestling team captain was noted for his outstanding leadership. “However, his incredible… Continue reading

Paine Field museum scores rare 1930s de Havilland airplane

One of the rarest aircraft in the world recently landed at Paine Field’s Historic Flight Foundation in Mukilteo. The museum added a 1930s-era… Continue reading

With Alaska announcement come high hopes for Paine Field

There are high hopes of turning Paine Field into a Golden Gate Bridge of sorts — one that soars 30,000 feet in the… Continue reading

Detectives seek information about teen missing for year

Detectives are still asking for help finding an Edmonds-area teen who went missing one year ago. Tyler Christensen, 17, left his home near… Continue reading