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Questions and answers with Greg Rankich, candidate for State House Position 1, District 1

Questions and answers with Greg Rankich, candidate for State House Position 1, District 1

Editors note: This is another in a series of questions and answers with the Washington State legislative candidates whose districts include parts of Mountlake Terrace and Brier. By Doug Petrowski Greg Rankich (D) may be the most unconventional of the candidates running for House Position 1 in Distr... »

The Dollar$ and Sense of a New Civic Center for Mountlake Terrace: Part 2 — Who else is building right now?

The Dollar$ and Sense of a New Civic Center for Mountlake Terrace: Part 2 — Who else is building right now?

Editors Note: This is the second of a series examining the proposed Civic Center and Proposition #1, the $25 million capital bond measure to pay for it. Mountlake Terrace voters will find the bond issue on their Aug. 7 primary election ballot, arriving in mailboxes this week. You can read Part 1 he... »

Mountlake Terrace HS getting new roof this summer

Mountlake Terrace HS getting new roof this summer

Story and photos by Doug Petrowski Work is progressing on schedule at Mountlake Terrace High School this month as the building is getting a new roof. Crews from Regency NW are working through the summer to finish the roof replacement, scheduled for substantial completion on Aug. 29. The building is ... »

Opinion: Now’s not the time for an expanded Civic Center

By Leonard French The same folks who cheerfully distribute a steady confection of platitudes in favor of the $25 million Civic Center ballot measure are also accusing anyone with a different view of spreading misinformation. If you arent persuaded, you must be misinformed. If you are still voting y... »

The Dollar$ and Sense of a new Civic Center for Mountlake Terrace: Part 1 — Costs

The Dollar$ and Sense of a new Civic Center for Mountlake Terrace: Part 1 — Costs

Editors Note: This is the first of a series of articles examining the City of Mountlake Terrace’s proposed Civic Center and Proposition 1, the $25 million capital bond measure to pay for it. Mountlake Terrace voters will find the bond issue on their Aug. 7 primary election ballot, arriving in... »

Two Brier burglary suspects apprehended, one still at large

Updated at 5:50 p.m. Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Shari Ireton said the search for the suspect has been called off. Posted at 5:30 p.m. Police from Snohomish and King counties, Brier and Kenmore are still looking for a suspect in a burglary in Brier Wednesday afternoon. Accord... »

City launches informational videos on own YouTube Channel

Nearly one year after launching its Facebook and Twitter pages, the City of Mountlake Terrace has added another option for those in the community who prefer to stay informed electronically. A YouTube Channel, CityofMLT, has been created to keep residents informed on various city issues and to prom... »

Edmonds Public Schools Foundation Street Strut gets new look, name

Edmonds Public Schools Foundation Street Strut gets new look, name

The Edmonds Public Schools Foundations popular Street Strut 5k race is getting a brand-new look and name. The event, scheduled this year for Oct. 13, is now called the Celebrate Schools 5k Run/Walk, and will be at Alderwood Mall. According to Foundation Executive Director Deb Anderson, the Celebrat... »

MLT City Council votes to extend city’s moratorium on medical marijuana collectives

By Doug Petrowski By a 5-0 vote, the Mountlake Terrace City Council Monday night renewed the citys current moratorium on all medical marijuana collective activities, including collective gardens. The moratorium extends until Jan. 8, 2013 the prohibition on medical marijuana activities in Mountlake ... »

Fire District 1 fire calls, week of July 5-11

Snohomish County Fire District 1 responded to 392 calls the week of July 5-11: 314 emergency medical aid calls, 13 motor vehicle collisions, 30 fires, 10 service calls and 25 automatic fire alarms. July 5 PORTABLE TOILET FIRE: At 12:37 a.m., firefighters responded to a fire in a portable toilet at... »

Our Forever Home Dog of the Week: Sophie

Our Forever Home Dog of the Week: Sophie

MLTnews presents the Dog of the Week, Sophie, from MLT-based Forever Home Dog Rescue. Here’s her story: My name is Sophie. I am a 2 year old Aussie/Basset mix. I was born blind and deaf, but I don’t mind a bit. I love life! I love to run around my foster home’s back yard and play w... »

MTHS alum Julie Stroncek new athletic director for Edmonds School District

MTHS alum Julie Stroncek new athletic director for Edmonds School District

Julie Stroncek Mountlake Terrace High School alumnus Julie Stroncek has a new job, overseeing athletics for the entire Edmonds School District. She replaces former District Athletic Director Jan Beglau, who is now the districts director of special education. Stroncek, who was a three-sport athlete ... »

WSDOT crews to repave portions of SR 104 near Lake Forest Park

Starting Monday, Washington State Department of Transportation crews will begin repaving sections of State Route 104 in Lake Forest Park. To complete this work, workers will alternate traffic on SR 104/Ballinger Way Northeast between 19th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 178th Street daily from 9 a.m... »

Legislative Q&A: Guy Palumbo, candidate for State Senate, 1st District

Legislative Q&A: Guy Palumbo, candidate for State Senate, 1st District

Editors note: This is another in a series of questions and answers with the Washington State legislative candidates whose districts include parts of Mountlake Terrace and Brier. By Doug Petrowski The race for the State Senate position in the 1st District is shaping up to be a close one, with small ... »

Reminder: 2012 Arts of the Terrace Call to Artists deadline Aug. 30

The Mountlake Terrace Arts Advisory Commission is seeking paintings, prints, drawings, miniatures, calligraphy, photographs, 3-Dimensional and Artisans works for its 34th Annual Juried Art Show, sponsored by the Friends of the Arts. Over $4,000 in prize money is available. Arts of the Terrace wil... »

Travel plans in your future? Learn how to use online resources at MLT Library

Are you traveling this summer or in the near future? The Mountlake Terrace Library wants you to be prepared and has a number of travel and language databases available for use. Learn how to access and utilize Sno-Isle Libraries travel and language databases at a free class Saturday, July 21. You can... »

Reminder: Friday is registration deadline for Tour de Terrace Parade

Reminder: Friday is registration deadline for Tour de Terrace Parade

Got a parade float you want to show off? How about a marching band, or a drill team, or a clown troupe? If you want to do so in a Mountlake Terrace parade, the deadline is Friday, July 13, to register for entry into this years Tour de Terrace Parade. The Tour de Terrace Parade is scheduled for Frid... »

Pet Adventure to host Forever Home Dog Adoption Weekend Saturday, Sunday

Pet Adventure to host Forever Home Dog Adoption Weekend Saturday, Sunday

Pet Adventure in Mountlake Terrace is hosting another Dog Adoption Weekend with Forever Home Dog Rescue this Saturday and Sunday, July 14-15, from noon to 4 p.m. Call Pet Adveture at 425-771-0676 for more information. »

212th Street Southwest construction finally finished

212th Street Southwest construction finally finished

Story and photo by Doug Petrowski The street construction on 212th Street Southwest that has caused traffic delays and commuter headaches between 44th and 52nd Avenues West in Mountlake Terrace is complete, according to officials in the citys engineering department. The final step for the projects... »

MLT police recover stolen vehicle, arrest female suspect

Mountlake Terrace police officers apprehended a 29-year-old Woodinville woman on possession of stolen vehicle charges earlier this week after they observed her acting suspiciously outside the Studio 6 Hotel at 6017 244th St. S.W. On Monday night, police found an unoccupied stolen vehicle, reportedly... »

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