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Trunks, candy still needed for Mountlake Terrace Trunk ‘R Treat Halloween event

Trunks, candy still needed for Mountlake Terrace Trunk ‘R Treat Halloween event

Candy donations and “trunks” are still needed for the fifth annual Mountlake Terrace Trunk ‘R Treat set for Friday, Oct. 31 on the corner of 232nd and 56th Avenue West in the heart o... »

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Bethel Chapel hosts Harvest Festival on Sunday

Bethel Chapel hosts Harvest Festival on Sunday

Bethel Chapel is hosting a Harvest Festival from 6-7:30 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 26. Games and food will be available for everyone. Come and enjoy candy, hot chocolate and cookies. Children can enjoy dart toss, bean bag toss, maze, bowling and pumpkin decordating. Bethel Chapel is located at 23010 66th Av... »

Clothes For Kids raises more than $6,000

Clothes For Kids raises more than $6,000

Thanks to the support of more than 200 community members, sponsors, and vendors, Clothes For Kids raised more than $6,000 at last week’s Brew & Bluegrass event at the Northshore Senior Center. Big E Ales was named the No. 1 Brewery and Chandler Reach took the No. 1 Winery honors, both for ... »

Mountlake Terrace High School hosts Edmonds School District Jazz Symposium on Saturday

Mountlake Terrace High School hosts Edmonds School District Jazz Symposium on Saturday

Jazz lovers in the community are invited to attend the Edmonds School District Jazz Symposium in the Mountlake Terrace High School Theater this Saturday, Oct. 25, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. This event is free but you are welcome to make a nominal donation. This event consists of local Big Bands (high scho... »

How to easily prepare your yard for winter

How to easily prepare your yard for winter

Stumped by the idea of preparing your yard for winter? Luckily, the answer is easy: Hire a graduate of the Edmonds Community College Horticulture Department. The college website lists graduates who have the chops to get your landscaping job done quickly and correctly. See the list of available gradu... »

Mountlake Terrace girl missing since Oct. 1, public’s help sought in finding her

Mountlake Terrace girl missing since Oct. 1, public’s help sought in finding her

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is helping Mountlake Terrace Police look for Samantha Harrison, who has been missing since Oct. 1 from Mountlake Terrace. Here is her information: DOB: Jul 3, 1999 Age Now: 15 Sex: Female Race: White Hair Color: Sandy Eye Color: Green Height: 5-... »

Fire District 1 Chief says retroactive billing showcases need for regionalized fire service

Fire District 1 Chief says retroactive billing showcases need for regionalized fire service

Snohomish County Fire District 1 Chief Ed Widdis says the recent flap over the district’s retroactive billing for its union employees showcases the importance of creating some type of regionalized fire service. “What I‘ve always said about these contracts is they were a Band-Aid,” Widdis said of the... »

Edmonds School District to look into providing sound enhancement systems for all classrooms

Edmonds School District to look into providing sound enhancement systems for all classrooms

The Edmonds School District will look further into potentially providing sound enhancement systems for all classrooms throughout the District. The Board of Directors supported the District’s desire to incorporate the technology that currently is being used by some schools. District Instructional Tec... »

Sunquist Homes hosting meeting on future plans for former City Church property on Thursday at MLT Library

Sunquist Homes hosting meeting on future plans for former City Church property on Thursday at MLT Library

Sundquist Homes is hosting a meeting about its proposed project at the former City Church property at 7 p.m., Thursday at the Mountlake Terrace Library. The company plans to reuse the property at 21705 58th Ave. W. as a private school and a 31-unit Planned Unit Development project. The project is ca... »

Budget presentations continue at Thursday’s City Council work session

Budget presentations continue at Thursday’s City Council work session

The City Council is holding a series of meetings in October and November for budget presentations, review and public hearings that will result in an adopted 2015-16 biennial budget. The Recreation, Parks, Property Management, Police, Municipal Court, Fire, and Engineering Services Departments will d... »

National Weather Service issues flood watch for Snohomish County

National Weather Service issues flood watch for Snohomish County

The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for Snohomish County for Wednesday afternoon through Wednesday night. Heavy rainfall is possible through Wednesday evening. Small streams could rise rapidly and possibly flood. A flood watch means conditions are favorable for flooding but floodin... »

Prep roundup for Tuesday

Prep roundup for Tuesday

Mountlake Terrace volleyball vs. Meadowdale Mountlake Terrace 3,  Meadowdale 1 (25-17, 22-25, 29-27, 25-18) Records: Mountlake Terrace 2-7 in Wesco, 2-9 overall; Meadowdale 1-9, 1-11 MTHS next match: vs. Lynnwood, Thursday, Oct. 23, 7 p.m. at Lynnwood High School Mountlake Terrace soccer vs. Edmonds... »

City Council passes resolution establishing public records request policies

City Council passes resolution establishing public records request policies

The Mountlake Terrace City Council unanimously passed a resolution to establish policies and procedures for public records disclosure requests during Monday night’s meeting. The policy adopted by City Council outlined the procedures for the public and employees for public records requests. City staf... »

8th annual Costume Carnival for kids set for Saturday

8th annual Costume Carnival for kids set for Saturday

The City of Mountlake Terrace Dance and Fitness Program and Kontagious Dance Company will host its eight annual Costume Carnival from 5-9 p.m, Saturday, Oct. 25 at the Terrace Park School Gym. Located at 5409 228th St. SW. adjacent to the Recreation Pavilion, the city event includes harvest festival... »

Mountlake Terrace High School football boosters receive $4,000 check from Bill Pierre Ford

Mountlake Terrace High School football boosters receive $4,000 check from Bill Pierre Ford

Mountlake Terrace High School football boosters received a check for $4,000 in support of the school’s football program at last Friday’s Homecoming game. The donation was raised through Ford Motor Company’s Drive 4 UR School program which was hosted by Pierre Ford on Oct. 4. “This is a great c... »

Reminder: Enter your pooch in the ‘Most Awesome Dog’ contest by Oct. 24

Reminder: Enter your pooch in the ‘Most Awesome Dog’ contest by Oct. 24

Hear that loud barking all over Puget Sound again? No wonder, 1st Security Bank’s “Most Awesome Dog Contest” wags its tail on Facebook now through Oct, 24. Your dog could become the bank’s next “Spokes Pooch.” This is the second year the bank has held the contest, which proved to be popular in 2013 ... »

Mountlake Terrace cross country teams aiming for strong finish to season

Mountlake Terrace cross country teams aiming for strong finish to season

As the Mountlake Terrace boys and girls cross country teams head into the final weeks of their 2014 season, coach Todd Weber is anticipating some strong results from his squads. “From a progression standpoint, I feel we have arrived to this part of the season in top form and are ready to crank out s... »

Alderwood-Terrace Rotary names Hazelwood Elementary Learning Support Specialist as ‘Educator of the Month’

Alderwood-Terrace Rotary names Hazelwood Elementary Learning Support Specialist as ‘Educator of the Month’

Tina Whicker, Learning Support Specialist at Hazelwood Elementary School, was named the Alderwood-Terrace Rotary’s October Educator of the Month. Whicker manages and teaches primary grade level students in reading, writing and mathematics, collaborates with parents and teachers to implement Individu... »

Trunks, candy still needed for Mountlake Terrace Trunk ‘R Treat Halloween event

Trunks, candy still needed for Mountlake Terrace Trunk ‘R Treat Halloween event

Candy donations and “trunks” are still needed for the fifth annual Mountlake Terrace Trunk ‘R Treat set for Friday, Oct. 31 on the corner of 232nd and 56th Avenue West in the heart of downtown Mountlake Terrace. Trunk ‘R Treat provides a safe zone for kids to walk from trunk ... »

Edmonds School District’s Library staff recognized by state organization

Edmonds School District’s Library staff recognized by state organization

Two Edmonds School District staff members were recognized for their outstanding work at the October Washington Library Media Association Conference (WLMA). The District’s Manager of Libraries and Instructional Technology, Kim Mathey, was named the WLMA Supervisor of the Year. Her nomination letter w... »

Free flu shot clinic coming to Mountlake Terrace High School on Monday

Free flu shot clinic coming to Mountlake Terrace High School on Monday

Seattle Visiting Nurse Association will provide a public immunization clinic at Mountlake Terrace High School on Monday, Oct. 20. This will offer uninsured and underinsured residents of Public Hospital District No. 2 the opportunity to receive a no-cost seasonal influenza (and when request, Tdap) im... »

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