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Egg-citing times ahead for weekend

Egg-citing times ahead for weekend

It’s sure to be an egg-citing weekend in Mountlake Terrace and Brier as the area will be hosting four egg hunts for children, families and adults on Friday and Saturday, April 18 and 19. The Easter we... »

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Would-be burglar may have been inspired by 911 system outage

Would-be burglar may have been inspired by 911 system outage

A seven-hour 911 system outage may have been a factor in the decision of a local man to attempt a break-in of an ex-girlfriend’s home in Mountlake Terrace on April 10. But despite the 911 system not working, the quick action of neighbors summoned police to the scene and the suspect was apprehended a... »

Man with Cedar Park Christian School ties identified as Oso landslide victim

Man with Cedar Park Christian School ties identified as Oso landslide victim

The long wait for friends and family of Ron deQuilettes ended this week as the body of the 52-year-old Bothell man was recovered and identified from the March 22 mudslide near Oso in northern Snohomish County. The news of deQuilettes’ identification came just days after a fundraiser dinner was... »

Baseball: Despite loss, coach pleased with Hawks’ performance vs. Shorewood

Baseball: Despite loss, coach pleased with Hawks’ performance vs. Shorewood

The Mountlake Terrace High School baseball team closed out their three-game series with the undefeated Shorewood T-Birds Friday night with a 6-2 loss, but Coach Andrew Watters was upbeat after the defeat, pleased with the performance of his squad against the top 3A team in the state. “The first game... »

Girls tennis: Hawks upset Everett 4-3

Girls tennis: Hawks upset Everett 4-3

The Mountlake Terrace High School girls tennis team used strong performances from their top three singles’ players and the No. 1 doubles team to upset the Everett Seagulls 4-3 on Friday at Mountlake Terrace High School. Hawks Nikki Bouche, Tina Liu and Allison Lorraine all picked up straight set sin... »

Letter to the editor: Make your feelings known about building height limits at April 21 public hearing

Dear Editor: What will anyone listening to the audio of the April 7 discussion of changes to building height limitations in the Freeway-Tourist Zone learn? First and most important, the public hearing on this monster change has been continued to April 21. If the city council really cared to let peop... »

Sound Transit begins work along proposed light rail route

Sound Transit begins work along proposed light rail route

While final decisions on the exact route of the Sound Transit light rail Lynnwood Link is still about a year away, ST representatives have been busy in Mountlake Terrace and all along the entire 8.5-mile proposed light rail route, collecting data and making possible design refinements. Geotechnical ... »

Time to submit entries into Arts of Terrace juried show

Time to submit entries into Arts of Terrace juried show

The Mountlake Terrace Arts Advisory Commission has begun accepting entries into the 2014 Arts of the Terrace juried art show, scheduled for Sept. 27-Oct. 5. Entry fee is $15 per piece; deadline for entries is Aug. 30. This is the 36th year for the annual juried art show in Mountlake Terrace. Works t... »

Hawks sports round-up: Girls track team beats Shorewood, Everett

Hawks sports round-up: Girls track team beats Shorewood, Everett

On a blistery and wet afternoon at Shoreline Stadium, the Mountlake Terrace High School girls track teams breezed to impressive wins over Shorewood and Everett while the MTHS boys split with their two Wesco League rivals on Thursday. The Hawks captured a score of individual-event victories: In boys ... »

Cafe Rio makes gift to Edmonds Public Schools Foundation

Cafe Rio makes gift to Edmonds Public Schools Foundation

Mexican restaurant Café Rio, which held its grand opening and ribbon cutting at Alderwood Mall Wednesday, also made a $2,500 gift to the Edmonds Public Schools and Alumni Foundation. Included in check presentation, from left, are Nicole Hurley, Café Rio; Deb Anderson, foundation executive director; ... »

Crews hope to finish Brier Road work this week

Crews hope to finish Brier Road work this week

Crews are hoping to put the finishing touches to a pavement overlay on Brier Road this week, but the project may be delayed in wrapping up if wet weather continues. Work began last week on Brier Road between 228th Street Southwest and the southern boundary of Brier at approximately 243rd Place South... »

Baseball: Hawks lose to Shorewood 5-1 Wednesday

Baseball: Hawks lose to Shorewood 5-1 Wednesday

Starting pitcher Dan Theis and the Mountlake Terrace Hawks gave up two runs to the visiting Shorewood T-Birds in the first inning and the T-Birds went on to defeat the Hawks 5-1 in the second game of their three-game series played at Mountlake Terrace High School. Terrace scored its only run of the ... »

MTHS student journalists bring home national awards

MTHS student journalists bring home national awards

Students from the Mountlake Terrace High School journalism program returned from the recent 2014 Spring Journalism Education Association/National Scholastic Press Association National High School Journalism Convention with numerous awards in hand. Announced earlier in the year, the delegates accepte... »

Diana White elected new president of Edmonds School Board; student honored for service

Diana White elected new president of Edmonds School Board; student honored for service

Alderwood Middle student Mia Nguyen, center, and principal Erin Murphy listen as a representative of Prudential Financial announces her as the winner of one of two Prudential Spirit of Community Awards given statewide. (Photo by Natalie Covate) The Edmonds School Board Tuesday night elected Diana Wh... »

Edmonds District schools receive Washington Achievement Awards

Six Edmonds School District schools have been recognized with 2013 Washington Achievement Awards. Presented by the Washington State Board of Education and the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the awards recognize schools for excellence and progress based on the state’s Accountability Index and ... »

A warm welcome to our new advertiser, Knotty Hardwood Floors

A warm welcome to our new advertiser, Knotty Hardwood Floors

The My Neighborhood News Network —MLTnews, My Edmonds News and Lynnwood Today — is pleased to welcome our newest advertiser, Knotty Hardwood Floors, offering the following services: - New installation - Repair/patch - Sanding & refinishing - Stains - Waterborne finishes - Swedish finishes To lea... »

Reminder: MTHS talent show Thursday to feature ‘Glee’ star as judge

Reminder: MTHS talent show Thursday to feature ‘Glee’ star as judge

Students from Mountlake Terrace High School will take the stage on Thursday, April 17, for a judged talent show that will include the return of Derik Nelson, a performer from the hit television show “Glee.” The talent show, to be held in the MTHS Theater, begins at 7 p.m.; tickets are $5... »

Forest Jackson T-shirts raise nearly $2,000; sale ends Friday

Forest Jackson T-shirts raise nearly $2,000; sale ends Friday

Almost $2,000 has been raised through the sales of T-shirts remembering 2011 MTHS graduate Forest Jackson, who was slain March 29 in Mountlake Terrace. After setting a goal of selling 50 shirts, sales organizer and former Jackson co-worker Laura Reed has seen 125 shirts sold as of April 15; sales of... »

Baseball: Top-ranked T-Birds edge Hawks in 10 innings

Baseball: Top-ranked T-Birds edge Hawks in 10 innings

The Shorewood T-Birds have dominated on the baseball diamond during the first half of the 2014 season, scoring an average of almost 8.5 runs per game while holding their opposition to just one run each outing. Their 11-0 record leading into Tuesday’s match-up with the Mountlake Terrace Hawks had pus... »

Hawks sports roundup: Softball, girls tennis, boys soccer teams rack up victories

Hawks sports roundup: Softball, girls tennis, boys soccer teams rack up victories

Both the Mountlake Terrace High School softball team and the girls tennis team picked up their biggest margins of victory so far during the 2014 season on Tuesday as the softball squad overpowered the Shorecrest Scots 20-2 and the tennis team roughed up the Oak Harbor Wildcats 5-2. The softball ladi... »

MLT, Brier libraries to be closed Sunday

MLT, Brier libraries to be closed Sunday

All Sno-Isle Libraries, including branches in Mountlake Terrace and Brier, will be closed on Sunday, April 20. The closure is due to historically low customer demand for library services on Easter Sunday, library officials said. All libraries will resume their regular hours of operation on Monday, A... »

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