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Red Cross volunteers see increased activity
11/08/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- Hurricane Sandy has reminded us all again of the important work the Red Cross does during emergencies, but we don’t always hear of the work the Red Cross does locally.... View

 
Art Walk completes arts connection
05/17/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- To say that Edmonds is now an arts destination is well beyond cliché. Edmonds has moved beyond that and is now THE arts destination in the upper Puget Sound area.... View

Under pressure: A goalie’s quest to make the national team  
Under pressure: A goalie’s quest to make the national team
02/15/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- Kamiak goalkeeper Emma Makela loves pressure.  ... View

3 Kamiak wrestlers head to state  
3 Kamiak wrestlers head to state
02/15/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- If there’s only one lesson that Kamiak wrestlers learn this season, it’s that it’s smart to wrestle smart.... View

 
Kidnap, drug use claimed in chaotic case
02/15/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- Mukilteo investigators are working with the county prosecutor to determine charges for three men involved in an alleged kidnapping.... View

 
5 cent bag fee trashed
02/08/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- The city won’t require grocery stores to nickel and dime you if you shop in Mukilteo and use a paper bag instead of a reusable bag next year.... View

 
Former mayor, engineer John Sweat dies at 83
02/08/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- John Bruce Sweat, mayor of Mukilteo from 1978-1981, died on Jan. 31 at his home in Mukilteo. He was 83.... View

 
School bus involved in collision
02/08/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- A school bus carrying 32 students to Endeavour Elementary was involved in a collision Wednesday, Feb. 1. No one on the bus was injured.... View

 
City partners in archeology program
02/08/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- College students will be excavating a site in Japanese Gulch this summer as practicing archeologists, recovering remnants of the Japanese community that called the gulch home in the early 1900s.... View

Marauder boys swim team surfacing to success  
Marauder boys swim team surfacing to success
02/08/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- In the 80s, Mariner High School’s boys swim team was a dominating force that opposition was never happy to face.... View

 
Unused drugs a public health problem
02/08/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- There’s a growing health issue locally that seems to have a fairly painless solution, but Washington state lawmakers can’t seem to figure it out.... View

Man arrested for threatening to bomb ferry  
Man arrested for threatening to bomb ferry
02/01/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- Service on the Mukilteo ferry was suspended for about two hours Thursday morning after a man threatened to blow up the vessel. There was no actual bomb.... View

Windstorm causes extensive waterfront damage  
Windstorm causes extensive waterfront damage
02/01/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- Ivar’s at Mukilteo Landing was closed Thursday as employees cleaned up damage caused by big waves that slammed into the restaurant early that morning.... View

 
SOC ready for battle on airport’s future
02/01/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- Any casual observer passing by Paine Field over the past year could rightly assume Boeing is busier than ever. Jets are parked in nearly every nook and cranny awaiting final assembly and delivery.... View

200 volunteer in honor of MLK  
200 volunteer in honor of MLK
02/01/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- Snow did not stop more than 200 volunteers in Snohomish County from honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. with a day on and not a day off.... View

Fighter pilots of yesteryear to bring flying stories to life  
Fighter pilots of yesteryear to bring flying stories to life
02/01/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- James Whitman will never forget how it felt to fly a Bearcat – known as “the hottest plane of World War II” – for the first time. How was it? In a word: Wonderful.... View

Mariner celebrates diversity with Culture Week  
Mariner celebrates diversity with Culture Week
02/01/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- Meeting a challenge to celebrate diversity at Mariner High School like never before, students organized the school’s first-ever Culture Week, a five-day celebration with food, music and more.... View

2 win district’s Lighthouse Award  
2 win district’s Lighthouse Award
02/01/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- For 20 years, Olivia Park Elementary has felt like a second home for teacher Margaret Grimes. She has taught at the school long enough to teach the children of prior students.... View

Mariner choir prepares for Carnegie Hall performance  
Mariner choir prepares for Carnegie Hall performance
02/01/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- It is a season of success for the Mariner High School Chamber Choir, which has been invited to perform at New York City’s Carnegie Hall.... View

 
Local Reps back gay marriage legislation
01/25/2012

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Mukilteo, Washington (STPNS)- Mukilteo’s two state representatives have announced they support legislation legalizing gay marriage.... View