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Don't Forget to Vote

Don't Forget to Vote

If you want your vote to count, you need to have your ballot postmarked today or dropped off at one of at one of the Community Collection Centers. Community Collection Centers are open until 8 PM. The closest one to Mountlake Terrace is at the Lynnwood Library, 19200 44th Ave W. As soon as we hear a... »

Hawks Host Central Kitsap for First-Ever Playoff Game

Hawks Host Central Kitsap for First-Ever Playoff Game

For the first time in the history of the school, the Mountlake Terrace Hawks football team will be playing a post-season game. The Hawks will host the Central Kitsap Cougars this Saturday, November 7, at Edmonds Stadium at 1 PM. This should be a great game so come on out and support your local high... »

The New Sorelli Pizza Opens Today

Just a reminder that the new Sorelli Pizza opens today at 11 AM. See last week’s post for all the details. »

A Terrace Halloween

A Terrace Halloween

We didn’t get that many Halloween photos but here’s a great one submitted by Korryn. It’s the Mountlake Terrace High School cross country logo carved into a pumpkin. »

City Council Elections Cheat Sheet

No, I’m not going to tell you who to vote for, but I’ll try and help you decide by providing links below to all our past coverage of the City Council elections. City Council Candidates Forum Contreras Responds City Council Candidates Face Off The Enterprise Covers City Council Elections ... »

A Night of History for the Hawks

A Night of History for the Hawks

The Seattle Times High School Sports Blog has a great recap of Friday night’s win against Kamiak that will take the Hawks to the playoffs for the first time in the school’s history: With all of the history-making angles Friday at Edmonds Stadium in Mountlake Terrace’s playoff-clinc... »

Fire Station 18 Moving to Brier

Fire Station 18 Moving to Brier

There are currently two fire station within the City of Mountlake Terrace, soon there will be only one. Fortunately, a brand new station is being built in Brier, less than 2 miles from the existing station on 228th that will be demolished. The new station will be located near 21th and Poplar Way and... »

The Dog Park Finally Has Water

The Dog Park Finally Has Water

The dog park finally has running water. Here’s an update from MLT DOG president, Jim Ito: Thanks to all of you for your support in making this water project happen! Your donations, encouragement, time, and hard work paid off! Special thanks to Nic Holcomb, Kjell Hansen, Alicia Hanson, Evelyn ... »

Send Us Your Halloween Photos

Send Us Your Halloween Photos

If you’re from Mountlake Terrace and have plans to celebrate Halloween, bring a camera along and send us your photos. Trick-or-treating kids, Halloween parties, pumpkin carvings, you name it. Send us your Halloween photos and we’ll post them on the site next week. How fun will it be for ... »

Hawks Clinch First Ever Post-Season Berth

Last night by beating Kamiak 21-12, the Hawks will be heading to their first post-season in school history: It was a night of history for the Mountlake Terrace football team. By defeating Kamiak 21-12 on Friday in a steady and sometimes gusting rain at Edmonds District Stadium, the Hawks clinched th... »

Curbside Cleanup to be Replaced With Coupons

Curbside Cleanup to be Replaced With Coupons

Mountlake Terrace has had a bit of a stigma over the years as a place where, to put it bluntly, people keep a lot of junk in their yards. There are a few things the City has done, though, to help change this in recent years. The City has adopted nuisance codes which basically prohibit the accumulati... »

Lost Yellow Lab, Banjo

Lost Yellow Lab, Banjo

Early this morning Banjo, the yellow lab, went missing from his home near 44th Ave W and 212th St. SW: About an hour ago I woke groggy I stepped out to have a smoke. My Dog Banjo came out too. This is not regular routine . Iwas so dang tired I finished my smoke and came inside forgetting my Dear ole... »

Fire District 1 Wants You to Check Your Smoke Alarms

Fire District 1 Wants You to Check Your Smoke Alarms

Firefighters in Snohomish County Fire District 1 will be participating in Smoke Alarm Saturday, encouraging citizens to check their smoke alarms and installing free smoke alarms on Oct. 31. This is the second year the Snohomish County Fire Prevention Association has sponsored Smoke Alarm Saturday co... »

City Hall Gets a New Sign

City Hall Gets a New Sign

The City Hall moved to it’s new location a couple months ago and it was time to get a proper sign. Last week, a new sign was installed on the southwest corner of the Redstone building facing 220th St SW. The sign features LED lights with a photocell that will illuminate the sign at night. Belo... »

Dog Park Update

Dog Park Update

We’ve posted previously about MLT D.O.G.’s efforts to raise money to get a water meter and service installed at the dog park. They have been able to raise the $3,900 to have the new meter installed. MLT D.O.G. President James Ito has met with City of MLT Parks and Property Management Sup... »

Sorelli Re-Opens November 2

Sorelli Re-Opens November 2

The long awaited day is upon us fellow MLT pizza lovers! The official word is out that Sorelli Pizza will re-open with its updated design, enhanced menu and new owners on Monday, November 2. While Monday may seem an odd opening day, I’m sure it gives the new restaurant owners and staff a chanc... »

Open Forum With Dr. Nick Brossoit, ESD Superintendent

Open Forum With Dr. Nick Brossoit, ESD Superintendent

Nick J. Brossoit, Ed.D., Edmonds School District Superintendent, will be hosting an open forum at Brier Terrace Middle School during the PTSA meeting. This is an excellent opportunity for students and parents alike to hear the latest from the school district, to ask questions and provide feedback. T... »

What Is Happening in the Sky?

While looking at the Google searches that brought people to MLTnews.com today, one in particular stood out. It stood outbecauseI had the same question last night. The search was for “what is happening in sky mountlake terrace.” Fortuntaely, the searcher made it to MLTnews.com, but unfo... »

City Council Candidates Forum

Last Thursday I had the opportunity to attend and film the Mountlake Terrace City Council Candidates forum at the Mountlake Terrace library. All the video from the event is now online. I hope that some of you find this helpful if you are still undecided about who you are voting for for City Council.... »

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Yesterday we reported that Junebug, a rat terrier, had been lost after escaping from the yard. The owner informs us that she has been found: Call off the search. A very nice neighbor (3 blocks away) brought her back this afternoon. The neighbor even took her to the pumpkin patch today with their kid... »

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