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 By Brandon Gustafson    News

Local politicians address community concerns at town hall

The people had questions, and elected officials had answers at a 21st Legislative District town hall Saturday, March 23, at Mariner High School in Everett. All three 21st District officials – Sen. Marko Liias, Rep. Strom Peterson... — Updated 3/28/2019

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Commercial service cleared for takeoff at Paine Field

Those living in Edmonds will have an alternative to Sea-Tac Airport starting next week. After multiple delays to the long-awaited grand opening of the Propeller Airports terminal at Paine Field in Everett, the Federal Aviation... — Updated 2/28/2019

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FAA gives clearance for commercial service at Paine Field

On Wednesday, the Federal Aviation Administration gave the needed "thumbs up" for commercial air service to begin at Paine Field. The agency issued a "finding of no... — Updated 2/20/2019 Full story

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Alaska delays Paine Field flights amid government shutdown

The partial federal government shutdown will cause some Alaska Airlines customers to have to reschedule their travel plans in February. Alaska announced Tuesday, Jan. 22, that its... — Updated 1/22/2019 Full story

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Government shutdown may delay Paine Field flights

The dispute over funding for a border wall between the United States and Mexico has led to a partial federal government shutdown, which may in turn impact the start of commercial... — Updated 1/16/2019

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Eyman’s $30 car tabs will be on November ballot

Editor's Note: Two corrections were made since this was printed to fix errors regarding the lawsuit by the state Attorney General's Office. Both corrections are underlined... — Updated 1/9/2019 Full story

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New-home construction at Picnic Point to continue

The battle over the construction of houses in Picnic Point took a big turn over the last week, as residents blocked trucks with their cars, one car was towed, and a judge granted a temporary stay of construction before concluding... — Updated 12/14/2018

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Tim Eyman files for bankruptcy

Mukilteo resident Tim Eyman, the well-known conservative political activist, has filed for bankruptcy, citing his lengthy, ongoing battle with State Attorney General Bob Ferguson. Eyman is perhaps best known statewide for his... — Updated 12/7/2018 Full story

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United to start flights in late March

On the heels of Alaska Airlines’ announcement for its first flights at Paine Field, United Airlines put its first wave of tickets on sale Monday, Nov. 26, and announced its first day at Paine Field will be March 31, 2019. United... — Updated 11/28/2018 Full story


Annual ‘Christmas Spectacular’ returns for 18th year

Many in the area know Dr. Sanford Wright as a neurosurgeon in Snohomish County and as the son of Dorothy Jayne Wright who taught dance to generations of Mukilteans at the old... — Updated 11/14/2018 Full story


Convicted murderer gets life without parole

A man involved in two murders this past summer in Mukilteo and Arlington was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole Tuesday, Oct. 23. Because Anthony Hernandez-Cano, 18, pled guilty in August to two counts of... — Updated 11/2/2018

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4 vying for PUD seats

Ballots and voters’ pamphlets have been mailed, and the Nov. 6 general election is nearly approaching. There are four candidates for two open positions for a commissioner seat wit... — Updated 11/2/2018

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General election preview: 21st Legislative District

Ballots and voters’ pamphlets have been mailed, and the Nov. 6 general election is fast approaching. The 21st Legislative District, which serves a portion of Edmonds, has all three open positions, one state senate seat and two... — Updated 10/27/2018


No leads on assault attempt in Picnic Point area

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office detectives continue to analyze information collected after police swarmed the Picnic Point area looking for a man with a knife who reportedly sexually assaulted a woman. Spokeswoman Courtney O... — Updated 10/24/2018

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Paine Field ready for takeoff

It appears everything is in order for commercial flights to start next year following a new draft environmental assessment study for an airport terminal at Paine Field in Everett. I... — Updated 10/7/2018

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Ortiz-Self returns from assisting in Puerto Rico

With Puerto Rico still recovering from damage caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria between August and October of last year, Lillian Ortiz-Self traveled to her parents’ homeland in... — Updated 9/5/2018 Full story

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New ferry terminal project delayed yet again

Those waiting for the new ferry terminal in Mukilteo are going to have to wait even longer. According to Washington State Ferries spokesman Ian Sterling, the project recently... — Updated 8/15/2018

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Election preview: 21st Legislative District

Campaign signs are covering roads all across Snohomish County, and ballots were mailed out late last week as the Aug. 7 primary election is fast approaching. The 21st Legislative District includes all of Mukilteo and some of... — Updated 7/27/2018


Overnight SWAT standoff suspect arrested

The suspect involved with the overnight police and SWAT standoff on the 5800 block of 94th Street Southwest has been arrested, according to a release from the Mukilteo Police... — Updated 7/12/2018 Full story


Suspects arrested in Beverly Park Road killing

Multiple suspects have been arrested in connection with a vicious killing after a dead body was found off Beverly Park Road last Tuesday, July 3. Officers from the Mukilteo Police... — Updated 7/11/2018


Deadly violence is not the answer

For those of you who don’t know, last week, another mass shooting occurred. The Capital Gazette, a daily newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, was the target of a shooter who entered the building and killed five members of their... — Updated 7/3/2018

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Marko Liias announces re-election bid for state Senate

State Sen. Marko Liias announced his re-election campaign to the Washington State Senate on Tuesday, April 10. Liias, who represents Edmonds as senator for the 21st Legislative District, was first elected to the seat in 2014, and... — Updated 4/13/2018

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Edmonds resident named Institute of Flight leader

Changes are coming for the Institute of Flight, with a new leader running the show. Edmonds resident Jeff Van Dyck, who previously was appointed as interim executive director, is now executive director. The Institute of Flight ... — Updated 2/23/2018


Local creates coloring book

In a time when politics are arguably more frustrating and divisive than ever, sometimes you need a good laugh. That’s what Jim Corbett, co-author of the adult coloring book, “I... — Updated 1/18/2018

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Marko Liias voted off Mukilteo payroll

The Mukilteo City Council has voted to eliminate the policy analyst position currently held by state Sen. Marko Liias, who represents most of Edmonds in the 21st Legislative... — Updated 12/7/2017


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