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Congressman donates staff laptops to MLT Homework Center

Congressman donates staff laptops to MLT Homework Center

Two Laptop computers formerly used by staff of Congressman Rick Larsen are now in the hands of school-aged students at the Alderwood-Terrace Rotary Club Community Homework Center in Mountlake Terrace. Larsen was at the center, located inside Terrace Park School, to present the computers to Director Pat Cordova and center volunteers on Tuesday. Larsen represents the Second Congressional District, w... »

Volunteers help MLT seniors finish move to new Ballinger Park center

Volunteers help MLT seniors finish move to new Ballinger Park center

Monday was a big day for the Mountlake Terrace Community Senior Center, as volunteers both young and old helped move truckloads of furniture, office equipment, catering supplies and miscellaneous other items in and out of the senior group’s old location in the downtown city core and their new home at Ballinger Park. The senior center had hoped to be up and running at their new location, 23000 Lake... »

Snohomish County Councilmember Ryan to join Community Transit Board; MLT Mayor Smith re-elected

Snohomish County Councilmember Ryan to join Community Transit Board; MLT Mayor Smith re-elected

Four new faces are joining the Community Transit (CT) Board of Directors for the next two years, including Terry Ryan, who was elected to the Snohomish County Council last November. Ryan represents County Council District 4, which includes Mountlake Terrace and Brier. The CT board is composed of elected officials from Snohomish County and the cities and towns within the transit agency’s service di... »

VFW Post recognizes essay award winners

VFW Post recognizes essay award winners

Earlier this month, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8870 of Edmonds recognized several area students who participated in the annual National VFW Essay contest, including students from Terrace Park Elementary School and Brier Terrace Middle School. Lori Kutrick, a sixth grade teacher at Terrace Park Elementary School, had her entire class submit entries into the student competition. First-place honor... »

Premera employees go blue Friday

Premera employees go blue Friday

  Blue 12′ers take over Premera campus Friday. (Photo courtesy Hank Turner). Employees at Premera in Mountlake Terrace livened up a gray day Friday with a pep rally for their favorite team. »

Sen. McAuliffe introduces legislation to reduce K-3 class size

Sen. McAuliffe introduces legislation to reduce K-3 class size

To help address concerns expressed by the Washington State Supreme Court earlier this month, 1st District State Senator Rosemary McAuliffe introduced legislation on Wednesday that spells out specific steps to class size reduction in state K-3 classrooms over the next five years. “The Supreme Court was unequivocal – we must act now,” said McAuliffe, D-Bothell. “Our kids have been in overcrowded cla... »

Cold weather shelter open on Thursday, Jan. 16

The South Snohomish County Emergency Shelter Network will be open on Thursday, Jan. 16 for all individuals requiring overnight emergency shelter due to the anticipated overnight freezing weather. The shelter network is open to families, women, and men. Evening and morning meals will be provided. For those who are in need of this service, please meet outside of the Lynnwood City Hall at 19100 44th ... »

Community emergency response training offered starting Jan. 15

Community emergency response training offered starting Jan. 15

To prepare citizens to take care of themselves and their neighbors during disaster situations until help arrives, the Emergency Services Coordinating Agency is offering Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training starting on Wednesday, Jan. 15 and concluding on Wednesday, March 5. The Emergency Services Coordinating Agency (ESCA) is a local government emergency management organization create... »

Marijuana update: State still processing backlog; list of local applicants continues to grow.

New names are still being added to the growing list of marijuana-related business applicants as the Washington State Liquor Control Board digs itself out from the flood of requests. The 30-day application period closed on Dec. 20. “It will be at least another week or two before we see daylight,” said Brian Smith, spokesperson for the Board. “We’ll continue to post weekly up... »

Voter registration deadline Jan. 13 for February election

Are you registered to vote? Monday, Jan. 13, is the last day to register online or by mail, or to transfer an existing registration to a new address, to vote in the Feb. 11 special election, a ballot that includes two Edmonds School District measures, a school programs and operation levy, and a capital construction bond. If you have never registered to vote in Washington, you can register through ... »

MLT Senior Center move continuing; Seahawks viewing party Saturday

MLT Senior Center move continuing; Seahawks viewing party Saturday

The leadership of the Mountlake Terrace Senior Center announced this week that the move to their new home at the former Ballinger Lake Clubhouse won’t be completed for a couple more weeks. The senior group had hoped to be in a position to conduct all of their January programs in their new facility, but have conceded to holding activities in both the new senior center and at their former home in th... »

Scene in Brier: Playing around at Brier Park

Scene in Brier: Playing around at Brier Park

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Terrace’s 12th Man support on display

Terrace’s 12th Man support on display

The 12th Man is alive and well in Mountlake Terrace as local football fans are showing their Seahawk pride in advance of this week’s NFL playoff game in Seattle. The Seahawks will host an NFL divisional playoff game at CenturyLink Field on Saturday, Jan. 11, with kickoff set for 1:30 p.m. A 12th Man flag has been flying high above the Mountlake Terrace water tower since Jan. 2 and will remain ther... »

Cold weather shelter open through Sunday

The South Snohomish County Emergency Shelter Network will be open today through Sunday (Jan. 3-5) for all individuals requiring overnight emergency shelter due to the anticipated overnight freezing weather. The shelter network is open to families, women, and men. Evening and morning meals will be provided. For those who are in need of this service, please meet outside of the Lynnwood City Hall at ... »

MLTnews by the numbers: A look at our stats from 2013

WordPress.com, the blogging platform we use for MLTnews, at the end of each year produces a summary of statistics. Here’s a quick summary: MLTnews was viewed about 310,000 times in 2013. These are the posts that got the most views during the past year. 1 Hawks’ Devante Downs out for season with torn ACL 3 comments July 2013 2 Calvary Fellowship property on the market for nearly $10 million 1... »

Senior center makes move to Ballinger Park Clubhouse

Senior center makes move to Ballinger Park Clubhouse

While work continues to move forward on changes to the former Ballinger Clubhouse, leadership of the Mountlake Terrace Senior Center admit that the facility may not be ready for full operations as soon as they had hoped for in early January. The senior group is making the move to Ballinger Park after being selected to manage the facility for the City of Mountlake Terrace. The seniors are making up... »

Celebrity sighting in MLT: Sarah McLachlan

Celebrity sighting in MLT: Sarah McLachlan

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Local Boy Scouts to offer tree-cycling in MLT this weekend and next

Local Boy Scouts to offer tree-cycling in MLT this weekend and next

Is your Christmas tree beginning to look like a prop from The Walking Dead? You can turn it into landscaping material and benefit the Boy Scouts of America this weekend in Mountlake Terrace. Local Boy Scout Troop 61 is offering “tree-cycling” on Saturday, Dec. 28 and Sunday, Dec. 29, at two locations in Mountlake Terrace: Rogers’ Market, 23120-56th Ave. W., and Albertsons, 4301-212th St. S.W. The ... »

Number of pot business applications in Mountlake Terrace/Edmonds/Lynnwood increases to 36

Number of pot business applications in Mountlake Terrace/Edmonds/Lynnwood increases to 36

With the deadline looming, the Washington State Liquor Control Board was hit with a holiday rush of its own. More than 1,000 new applications were received between the state’s last report, Dec. 17, and the Dec. 19 cutoff.   The final numbers show 3,746 applications to grow, process or sell cannabis under Washington’s recreational pot law passed by voters last year. Statewide these break down ... »

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