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McAleer Creek Culvert Replacement Project update

McAleer Creek Culvert Replacement Project update

Work is continuing on the the McAleer Creek Culvert Replacement Project. The work includes replacing three culverts with bridge crossing in McAleer Creek between Lake Ballinger and Interstate 5 on the Nile Temple Golf Course property at 6601 244th St. SW. Installation of bridges along with stream bank enhancements will assist with fish passage, provide habitat improvements, reduce in-stream mainte... »

Happening nearby: Free Facing Foreclosure Legal Assistance clinic set for July 16

Happening nearby: Free Facing Foreclosure Legal Assistance clinic set for July 16

The Northwest Justice Project and Snohomish County Legal Services are hosting a free Facing Foreclosure Legal Assistance clinic on July 16 at the Snohomish County Legal Services office in Everett. Early intervention in the process is a key part of the solution. The clinic will be from 6-9 p.m. and will have: Foreclosure prevention attorneys and/or housing counselors available to talk with individu... »

Sno-Isle Genealogical Society to host free beginners’ class on Saturday, July 5

The Sno-Isle Genealogical Society hosts a free basic beginner genealogy class at 10 a.m., Saturday, July 5, at SIGS Research Center in Humble House at Heritage Park in Lynnwood. Other groups meetings are as follows: Family Tree Maker Focus (second Tuesday, 10 a.m.), Scandinavian Focus Group (third Tuesday, 10 a.m.), German Focus Group (third Tuesday, 1 p.m.). The center is open from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.... »

Veteran journalist David Pan appointed interim editor of MLTnews

Veteran journalist David Pan appointed interim editor of MLTnews

Teresa Wippel, publisher of the My Neighborhood News Network of online community websites for Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds and Lynnwood, announced Sunday that David Pan has been appointed the interim editor of MLTnews. Pan, who also serves as editor of LynnwoodToday.com, spent more than 18 years as an editor/reporter for the Enterprise Newspapers/Weekly Herald, and previously worked for the Pierce C... »

Rep. Moscoso receives public service award

Rep. Moscoso receives public service award

State Rep. Luis Moscoso, D-Mountlake Terrace, received the Tikkun Olam Award for Public Service last week at the annual meeting of the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle. “I believe that Washington should be a safe and welcoming community where everyone, regardless of race or religion, should be able to pursue their American Dream,” said Moscoso. “I am humbled by the recognition of my work towar... »

Struggling to pay your power bill? PUD has options

Struggling to pay your power bill? PUD has options

If money is tight and you are having financial difficulties, Snohomish County PUD offers many ways for customers to pay their bills. Here are some options: Budget Payment Plan The PUD offers a Budget Payment Plan that’s designed to make bill paying easier by calculating equal payments for customers each month through the year. The plan is available at any time of the year to customers with a zero ... »

From the Publisher’s Desk: MLTnews seeking editor

From the Publisher’s Desk: MLTnews seeking editor

It’s been more than two years since I acquired MLTnews.com from founder Dustin DeKoekkoek, and I am proud to say that the site continues to grow, both in terms of readership and advertising. For the past two years, we have also been fortunate to have a fine editor, Doug Petrowski, who has kept the community where he has lived for numerous years abreast of the latest happenings in Mountlake T... »

Ybarra charged with four counts, including first-degree murder, from SPU shooting spree

Calling the June 5 shooting that left one dead and three injured at Seattle Pacific University “a horrific crime,” King County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg filed charging documents against shooting suspect Aaron Ray Ybarra, 26, on Tuesday. The Mountlake Terrace man was charged with one count of premeditated first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder and one count of se... »

Website names MLT one of top 10 ‘Cities on the Rise’ in Washington

Website names MLT one of top 10 ‘Cities on the Rise’ in Washington

In a ranking of 53 Washington state cities, Mountlake Terrace ranked sixth in a study examining “Cities on the Rise” by a national consumer advocacy website. The rankings, published by NerdWallet, were determined by tabulations of population growth of working-age residents, overall employment growth and median income growth of the 53 municipalities between the years 2009 and 2012. Mountlake Terrac... »

Letter to the Editor: Let’s prevent gun murder

Dear Editor: I’ve heard the suspect in the recent SPU shootings was a student at Edmonds Homeschool Resource Center, now known as Edmonds Heights, where my children have attended school since fall of 2003. The shooter’s two years older than my oldest daughter. They went to school together. I have to ask: how many more kids have to die before people start taking proactive steps to reduce gun violen... »

Archery, gymnastics summer camps available in MLT

Archery, gymnastics summer camps available in MLT

Kids in Mountlake Terrace don’t have to go far to find specialty summer camps in archery or gymnastics as the city is home to two world-class facilities offering week-long programs starting this month. The Nock Point, 22313-70th Ave. W. in Mountlake Terrace, is conducting more than 30 Next Step Archery summer mini-camps starting on Monday, June 9 and extending throughout the summer. The mini-camp ... »

Seattle Storm partners with Premera-affiliated Lifewise to encourage healthier lifestyles

Seattle Storm partners with Premera-affiliated Lifewise to encourage healthier lifestyles

The Seattle Storm and LifeWise Health Plan of Washington have teamed up to launch the 2014 Take Your Health By Storm campaign that will encourage basketball fans and people everywhere to begin their journey toward leading a healthier life. LifeWise Health Plan of Washington is a subsidiary of Premera Blue Cross, a non-profit health insurance company headquartered in Mountlake Terrace. The center o... »

Brier resident, SPU gymnastics coach Tindall safe after SPU shooting

Brier resident, SPU gymnastics coach Tindall safe after SPU shooting

For 39 years, Brier resident Laurel Tindal has led practices for the Seattle Pacific University gymnastics team, but Thursday afternoon’s practice was like no other. Tindal received a test message during the practice notifying her that the school was under lockdown due to a shooting at the private university in Seattle. “We have an alert system here on campus through our phones,” Tindal explained,... »

Scene in MLT: June moon

Scene in MLT: June moon

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Clothes For Kids throws a gala to celebrate 30 years of service

Clothes For Kids throws a gala to celebrate 30 years of service

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Reminder: Clothes For Kids’ Rummage Sale set for Friday and Saturday

Reminder: Clothes For Kids’ Rummage Sale set for Friday and Saturday

Join Clothes for Kids for a Spring Rummage Sale to benefit its school wardrobe program. The sale is open to the public and will be held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Friday, May 30 and Saturday, May 31, at Clothes for Kids (16725 52nd Ave W, Suite B in Lynnwood). This is an opportunity to see the newly remodeled Clothes for Kids interior while shopping for amazing bargains on adult clothing, household item... »

Concern for Neighbors Food Bank email account hacked

Concern for Neighbors Food Bank email account hacked

A desperate email from Anne Peterson, Executive Director of the Concern for Neighbors Food Bank in Mountlake Terrace, read “I am writing to you with tears, My family and I came over to Philippines for holiday, Unfortunately we got mugged by unknown gunmen, All our money, credit card and phones were stolen from us.” (sic) The only problem with the email, besides the grammatical errors, was that it ... »

MLT comes in 36th among state’s cities with least expensive auto insurance

MLT comes in 36th among state’s cities with least expensive auto insurance

Mountlake Terrace is in 36th place in a ranking of Washington state cities with the least expensive auto insurance, according to a study by ValuePenguin.com. The consumer website analyzed the annual auto insurance premiums in 54 state cities, sampling quotes for a hypothetical 30-year-old single male driver of a Toyota Camry who logged 10,000 to 15,000 miles annually. Walla Walla was determined to... »

What’s open and closed on Memorial Day in MLT

What’s open and closed on Memorial Day in MLT

In honor of those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for the country, many public offices and services will be closed or not operating on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26: Public and Private Schools – all closed Mountlake Terrace City Facilities – all closed including the Recreation Pavilion Brier City Facilities – all closed Mountlake Terrace Library – closed Brier Library – closed Mountlake Terra... »

Pirates of Treasure Island collect food, cash for food bank

Pirates of Treasure Island collect food, cash for food bank

The Concern For Neighbors Food Bank was the beneficiary of a food drive conducted by The Pirates of Treasure Island at the Ballinger Way Thriftway on Saturday. The pirates collected 462 pounds of food and $315 in cash for the Mountlake Terrace food bank. “Your work helps feed the needy in south Snohomish County,” the food bank’s Vice President Bob Jenista told the pirates. “Thank you for including... »

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