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Mountlake Terrace 5k Fun Run race results

Mountlake Terrace 5k Fun Run race results

Updated with link to all results The Mountlake Terrace 5k Fun Run featured 227 runners/walkers, an increase of more than 40 participants from a year ago. One runner was from England, race organizers r... »

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Mountlake Terrace Recreation Pavilion named a finalist in 2015 ParentMap Golden Teddy awards

Mountlake Terrace Recreation Pavilion named a finalist in 2015 ParentMap Golden Teddy awards

The Mountlake Terrace Recreation Pavilion was a finalist in the best Water Playparks and Pools and Swimming Camps and Classes categories in the ParentMap 2015 Golden Teddy awards. The Lynnwood Recreation Center was named best Water Playparks and Pools. Pump It up, with locations in Lynnwood, Kirklan... »

Aramark helps Clothes For Kids; public can drop off clothes at new drop box

Aramark helps Clothes For Kids; public can drop off clothes at new drop box

Aramark laundered more than 750 gently-used coats for the Clothes For Kids School Wardrobe program. “This saves our resources and our volunteer time allowing us to focus on other needs as we prepare for back to school shopping,” said Nancy Laird Burris, Program Manager for Clothes For Kids. As Cloth... »

Edmonds School District juniors opt out of Smarter Balanced testing at a higher rate than state averages

Edmonds School District juniors opt out of Smarter Balanced testing at a higher rate than state averages

The Edmonds School District had lower participation in this spring’s new Smarter Balanced tests compared to the overall state numbers, according to preliminary results released by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). About 69 percent of Edmonds School District juniors opted out... »

Judge dismisses most of claims against Woodway fields project; next hearing Oct. 16

Judge dismisses most of claims against Woodway fields project; next hearing Oct. 16

A Snohomish County Superior Court judge on Friday dismissed many of the claims filed by Edmonds resident Mark Wall, who is appealing the Edmonds City Council’s land use decision regarding an athletic field complex planned for the former Woodway High School. During the Friday hearing, Judge Bruce Wei... »

Learn how ‘Anyone can be a Hero’ Tuesday at Mountlake Terrace Library

Learn how ‘Anyone can be a Hero’ Tuesday at Mountlake Terrace Library

Parents and their children, ages 5-11, are invited to come to the Mountlake Terrace Library at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 4 to hear stories and learn about activities to help out the community and take care of the environment. You then can become a community hero by making blankets for a local animal she... »

Mountlake Terrace Police blotter

Mountlake Terrace Police blotter

The following are selected incidents from the Mountlake Terrace Police blotter. July 23 23100 block of LaPierre Dr. Theft from vehicle. A wallet and a video game console were stolen from a vehicle. Later on the owner reported that fraudulent charges were made on a credit card. July 24 7100 block of ... »

Healthy Eating: Blueberry yogurt muffins

Healthy Eating: Blueberry yogurt muffins

Anyone can notice that yogurt has become very popular and mainstream. In some ways this is wonderful and it has also sparked the creation of many products that I call pseudo-health foods (think yogurt pops). Somehow a person feels better about eating frozen yogurt rather than ice cream (when in fact... »

Happening nearby: School supply drive aims to fill backpacks of local students in need

Happening nearby: School supply drive aims to fill backpacks of local students in need

For the month of August, McDonald McGarry Insurance in downtown Edmonds will be collecting school supplies to help local students have a successful school year. It’s easy to help — just gather some new school supplies and bring them to McDonald McGarry’s office at 650 Main Street. Here are some item... »

Scene in Mountlake Terrace: Big moon

Scene in Mountlake Terrace: Big moon

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Heat advisory issued through Saturday

Heat advisory issued through Saturday

The National Weather Service is issuing a heat advisory for today through 9 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 1. Temperatures will reach the mid and upper 90s today and the low to mid 90s on Friday and Saturday. The service advises that hot temperatures can place extra stress on the body and possibly lead to deh... »

Edmonds School Board says no to joint meeting with City Council on crumb rubber

Edmonds School Board says no to joint meeting with City Council on crumb rubber

The Edmonds School Board has declined an invitation for a joint meeting with the Edmonds City Council next Tuesday, Aug. 4 to discuss the tire crumb rubber infill being installed at the former Woodway High School. In an email to Council President Adrienne Fraley-Monillas Wednesday night, School Boar... »

Snohomish County Art Commission invites artist proposals for TEDxSnoIsleLibraries

Snohomish County Art Commission invites artist proposals for TEDxSnoIsleLibraries

The Snohomish County Art Commission is seeking a Washington state artist or artistic team to create a temporary, interactive-based work that will be featured at TEDxSnoIsleLibraries. The day-long event presented by Sno-Isle Libraries will be held Nov. 6 at Edmonds Center for the Arts. Its theme, “Cr... »

State Department of Revenue hosts free tax workshop for business owners

State Department of Revenue hosts free tax workshop for business owners

To help business owners know which taxes to report, the Washington State Department of Revenue is hosting a free workshop for new and small business owners on Tuesday, Aug. 4 in Lynnwood. Participants will learn about Washington excise taxes, reporting classifications, deductions, tax incentives, sa... »

Moon over Mountlake Terrace

Moon over Mountlake Terrace

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Can you provide a home for Brittany, still available for adoption?

Can you provide a home for Brittany, still available for adoption?

Brittany is still available through Edmonds-based Northwest International Pet Rescue. Her foster mom Cathy Miler says Brittany, a 13-pound female that is a likely Cairn/Yorkie mix, “is one of the sweetest, cutest, most affectionate, playful and loving little fosters I’ve ever had.” Brittany, however... »

Edmonds School District Superintendent says former Woodway High School field agreement not tied to other partnerships

Edmonds School District Superintendent says former Woodway High School field agreement not tied to other partnerships

With a decision looming about a City of Edmonds interlocal agreement with the Edmonds School District to schedule, operate and maintain fields being installed at the former Woodway High School, opponents of the fields’ tire crumb rubber surface once again made their feelings known to the Edmonds Cit... »

Mountlake Terrace High School Sports Booster Club recognizes Bruno, Herbig

Mountlake Terrace High School Sports Booster Club recognizes Bruno, Herbig

Though the 2014-15 school year is over, the Mountlake Terrace High School Sports Booster Club (SBC) didn’t want the year to fade away completely with acknowledging two more Hawk student athletes. Mountlake Terrace High School Class of 2015 members Bryson Bruno and Kelly Herbig are being featured on ... »

Stage 1 of Drought Response Plan activated

Stage 1 of Drought Response Plan activated

The City of Everett released a statement Monday regarding the activation of Stage 1 Drought Response Plan as a proactive measure due to higher than normal temperatures and lower than normal precipitation. Storage at Spade Lake Reservoir is at 68 percent of normal and precipitation from May through J... »

Victim assaulted by former police officer takes Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace to federal court

Victim assaulted by former police officer takes Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace to federal court

The victim in the sexual misconduct case against former Edmonds police officer Daniel Lavely has alleged in a U.S. District Court complaint that the cities of Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace violated her civil rights. The City of Lynnwood, also named in the initial filing, was removed from the case la... »

New four-way stop signs at 220th St. SW. and 58th Ave. W. to be operational on Wednesday

New four-way stop signs at 220th St. SW. and 58th Ave. W. to be operational on Wednesday

The intersection of 220th St. SW and 58th Ave. W. is scheduled to be converted from a two-way stop to an all-way stop on Wednesday, July 29. This change is being made now to get the community used to it prior to the new Brighton School opening in September. The signs will have a light on top similar... »

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