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Windstorm 2015: Blown away in Mountlake Terrace

Windstorm 2015: Blown away in Mountlake Terrace

Snohomish County PUD continues to make progress in restoring power to residents in Mountlake Terrace, Lynnwood, Edmonds and Woodway. PUD reports that 55,000 households remain without power. Crews will... »

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Mountlake Terrace crews focused on debris removal following windstorm

Mountlake Terrace crews focused on debris removal following windstorm

As Snohomish County PUD (Public Utility District) works to restore power to a few more areas of the city, all City of Mountlake Terrace crews are now working on debris removal. A rare August windstorm blew down numerous trees throughout the city and region on Saturday taking power lines out and caus... »

PUD work crew on the scene

PUD work crew on the scene

A Snohomish County PUD work crew is on the scene at 48th Avenue W. and 220th Street SW, according to the City of Mountlake Terrace. A resident sent the City a photo of the downed power line. The City believes that the area between 48th and 50th from 212th to 220th Streets are the last major area in ... »

How Snohomish County PUD decides which outage repair jobs to do first

How Snohomish County PUD decides which outage repair jobs to do first

Snohomish County PUD posted a link on its Twitter account detailing how it decides which outage repair jobs to do first. During major storms, a number of factors are considered in order to determine which repairs crews make first. First, the utility focuses on outages at the higher-voltage transmiss... »

Working overtime to restore power

Working overtime to restore power

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Manna Mills offers personal touch for customers

Manna Mills offers personal touch for customers

Supporting local businesses, selling organic and gluten-free products and keeping prices low is what local organic store Manna Mills sees as its signature, according to owner Choon Park. Manna Mills was founded in 1995 and the 62-year-old Park has owned it for nearly 10 years. She said she never int... »

Save the date: Mountlake Terrace Booster Club presents Building Bridges Dinner Gala & Auction

Save the date: Mountlake Terrace Booster Club presents Building Bridges Dinner Gala & Auction

The Mountlake Terrace High School Sports Booster Club will be presenting its inaugural Building Bridges Dinner Gala & Auction 2016 on Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016 at the Lynnwood Convention Center. The club is currently accepting various levels of sponsors. Email: MTHSBCBoard@edmonds.wednet.edu for a... »

Mountlake Terrace High School cheer squad hosts ‘Dining for Dollars’ event on Tuesday at Red Onion Burgers

Mountlake Terrace High School cheer squad hosts ‘Dining for Dollars’ event on Tuesday at Red Onion Burgers

The Mountlake Terrace High School cheer squad invites everyone to attend its “Dining for Dollars” fundraising event on Tuesday, Sept. 1 at Red Onion Burgers. If you dine, drink or order take-out between 5-8 p.m, Red Onion Burgers will donate 20 percent of sales,100 percent of cash tips and 50 percen... »

Reminder: Rep. Larsen to hold ‘Commute with your Congressman’ Town Hall on Tuesday

Reminder: Rep. Larsen to hold ‘Commute with your Congressman’ Town Hall on Tuesday

Second District Congressman Rick Larsen (D) will join morning commuters traveling on a Community Transit Route 413 bus from Lynnwood to Seattle on Tuesday, Sept. 1. Larsen, a senior member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, will talk with commuters about his work to invest in ... »

Stop by Verdant Community Wellness Center for free Lifestyle Change Check-In on Tuesday

Stop by Verdant Community Wellness Center for free Lifestyle Change Check-In on Tuesday

If you’re looking to stay on track with healthy changes to your diet and physical activity, then stop by for a free Lifestyle Change Check-In from 6-7 p.m., Sept. 1 at the Verdant Community Wellness Center. You can talk with a dietitian and exercise physiologist on a drop-in basis (no registra... »

More PUD crews on the way, about 25,000 still without power

More PUD crews on the way, about 25,000 still without power

Snohomish County PUD reports that about 25,000 residents remain without power as of Sunday night. Many residents in Mountlake Terrace have had their power restored, though other residents are still in the dark. PUD crews will be working through the night and more are coming Monday from Eastern Washi... »

Reminder: Residents encouraged to take City’s website survey by Wednesday

Reminder: Residents encouraged to take City’s website survey by Wednesday

The City of Mountlake Terrace is inviting citizens, business owners visitors and others from the community to help guide development of its website redesign by taking a brief online survey found on the homepage at www.cityofmlt.com. The City is engaging the community to gather information on how the... »

Rep. Larsen talks veteran issues at Mountlake Terrace Senior Center

Rep. Larsen talks veteran issues at Mountlake Terrace Senior Center

Traffic jams related to high winds and power outages delayed the start of Congressman Rick Larsen’s town hall meeting for veterans Saturday at the Mountlake Terrace Senior Center, but when he arrived he was greeted with a filled room and many questions about veterans issues. Larsen, a Second Distric... »

Happening nearby: Volunteers needed for the 2015 Puget Sound Bird Fest

Happening nearby: Volunteers needed for the 2015 Puget Sound Bird Fest

The Puget Sound Bird Fest is just weeks away and the planning committee still needs volunteers to help in key positions on Saturday Sept. 12. Volunteers are needed at the registration table, with children’s activities, and as room monitors during speaker presentations. Knowledge of birds is not requ... »

Update/Happening nearby: Fire District 1 responds to Edmonds house fire

Update/Happening nearby: Fire District 1 responds to Edmonds house fire

One man was taken to Swedish Edmonds for treatment of smoke inhalation Sunday following a house fire in the 18500 block of 85th Avenue West in Edmonds. Snohomish County Fire District 1 and Lynnwood Fire Department crews were called to the fire at 12:05 p.m. The man who suffered smoke inhalation had ... »

Snohomish County PUD crews still at work, 60,000 without power

Snohomish County PUD crews still at work, 60,000 without power

Snohomish County PUD is reporting that approximately 60,000 households are still without power following Saturday’s windstorm. Many of the households are located in Edmonds, Woodway and Mountlake Terrace. More than three dozen crews at working to restore power, the PUD said. Transmission to su... »

Region rocked by windstorm

Region rocked by windstorm

Here are some more photos of the aftermath of Saturday’s windstorm. Power was still out for 105,000 households as of Saturday night, according to Snohomish County PUD. Crews will be working on Sunday to restore power. »

Edmonds Community closed until Monday

Edmonds Community closed until Monday

Due to the windstorm, the Edmonds Community College campus is closed and will remain closed through Sunday Aug. 30. The college expects to re-open for normal operations on Monday, Aug. 31. Updates will be available at http://www.edcc.edu/alert. »

80 percent of Mountlake Terrace without power, police report

80 percent of Mountlake Terrace without power, police report

The Mountlake Terrace Police are reporting that about 80 percent of Mountlake Terrace is without power due to the windstorm. Police say many trees are down and it is anticipated that 50 percent of the City will be without power for 24 hours. Extra Police staff have been called in due to a heavy call... »

Snohomish PUD crews making progress on power outages

Snohomish PUD crews making progress on power outages

Snohomish County PUD is reporting that power has been restored to more than 50,000 customers. Crews are working to get the power back on for the remaining 120,000 with support from contract crews.   »

Windstorm packs a powerful punch

Windstorm packs a powerful punch

Saturday’s windstorm packed a powerful punch as trees were uprooted, branches fell, power was cut and traffic was a mess with most stoplights out. Many businesses and homes were without power. »

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