Mukilteo

Mukilteo community ‘devastated’ over Frognal Estates ruling

The county and the developer won an appeal by neighbors seeking to limit the proposed subdivision.

Providence group awards scholarships

Ten $2,500 scholarships were awarded at the Providence General Children’s Association annual meeting May 10. Along with strong academic achievement and extracurricular activities, recipients completed… Continue reading

Teens picked for Washington Aerospace Scholars program

The Washington Aerospace Scholars program provides opportunities for high school students to explore STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) topics with the Museum of Flight… Continue reading

Two rescued from burning sailboat in Sound, off Picnic Point

A passing boat picked them up. There were no reports of injuries, the Coast Guard said.

Mukilteo teachers return to pack school board meeting

They numbered about 100 and spoke for an hour about their call to renegotiate their contract.

Mukilteo police seek a witness who helped save woman

The victim was lured to a hotel room and forced to ingest drugs allegedly by an ex-boyfriend.

Taglialavore graduates from U.S. Naval Academy

U.S. Navy Ensign Nicholas Taglialavore, son of Mike and Debbie Taglialavore of Mukilteo, graduated May 25 from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Taglialavore,… Continue reading

Tyler Vold performs as Not Dead Fred in Kamiak High School’s production of “Spamalot.” (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Make ’em laugh: Kamiak’s ‘Spamalot’ delights audiences

Countless hours of rehearsals paid off for the high school’s spring musical.

Tyler Vold performs as Not Dead Fred in Kamiak High School’s production of “Spamalot.” (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Honors roll in for Kamiak, Monroe high school musicals

Shows staged by Monroe and Kamiak collect multiple 5th Avenue Awards nominations.

Ferry riders, hope for the best, prepare for the worst

There’s a backup plan, but not a backup boat. It’s already in service.

Feeling dissed, Mukilteo teachers plan to pack board meeting

They’ve been picketing as they plan to address the School Board, again, about reopening salary talks.

They deal with fire, medical crises — now, human trafficking

Mukilteo’s fire department is requiring crews to undergo training to identify the signs of abuse.

Mukilteo board president explains denial of union demand

He says it’s not necessary to renegotiate the current contract to discuss teacher raises.

Man allegedly tried to kill ex-girlfriend with opioid spray

The woman, 22, was revived by Mukilteo police with naloxone, which reverses overdoses.

Mukilteo paramedic helped save his former Little League coach

Neither recognized the other, as one supervised a 30-minute effort to restart the other’s heart.

Rotary names Students of the Month

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club regularly names Students of the Month from local high schools. Recent honorees have included: Owen Cromwell, Kamiak, a gifted musician… Continue reading

Mukilteo teachers pack meeting, demand renegotiated contract

Their union submitted a formal demand to bargain more than a year before the current contract expires.

Jean Christian Niyonkuru is an auto tech student at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center and also takes classes at Cascade High School. Niyonkuru came to the Puget Sound as a Rwandan refugee and orphan in fifth grade.(Kevin Clark / The Herald)

An orphan from Rwanda finds freedom at his own pace

Jean Christian Niyonkuru pursues his love of cars at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center.

Jean Christian Niyonkuru is an auto tech student at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center and also takes classes at Cascade High School. Niyonkuru came to the Puget Sound as a Rwandan refugee and orphan in fifth grade.(Kevin Clark / The Herald)