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Watch the Big Game on the Big Screen

Watch the Big Game on the Big Screen

Cinebarre in Mountlake Terrace will be showing the Superbowl this Sunday, February 6, on the big screen. Doors will open 30 minutes before kickoff. Kickoff is 3:30pm PST. Admission is free and they’ll have some food/drink specials. »

Ballinger Lake Golf Course Represented at the Seattle Golf Show

Ballinger Lake Golf Course Represented at the Seattle Golf Show

Ballinger Lake Golf Course will once again have a booth at the Seattle Golf Show, February 11-13th, 2011 at Qwest Field Event Center. Operated since 2005 by Hardy Golf, LLC – Ballinger Lake Golf Course has been an annual fixture at the golf show – the largest show in the Pacific Northwes... »

Super Bowl Sunday no excuse to drink and drive

Local law enforcement, including the Mountlake Terrace Police Department, will be out in force this Super Bowl Sunday, proactively looking for impaired drivers. The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Washington State Patrol and city police departments will task their officers on the DUI Target Zero ... »

Edmonds Comedy Night to Benefit Terrace Park School

The annual Edmonds Comedy Night, a benefit for Terrace Park School, is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. Featured comedians are Terrace’s own Kermit Apio (winner of last year’s Great American Comedy Festival), Nancy Reed of Austin, and Auggie Smith an... »

Initial data show small decrease in county’s homeless numbers

Numbers collected Thursday during Snohomish County’s annual Point In Time homeless count show a slight decrease over data collected during 2010. Numerous volunteers spent the day and early evening gathering information on Snohomish County’s homeless population. This year’s total – still incomplete –... »

MLT Man Involved in Fatal Car Accident

This comes from our online news partner, the Seattle Times: An 18-year-old Issaquah man was fatally injured in a three-car collision Tuesday morning on Interstate 405, according to the State Patrol. Around 10:20 a.m., Tyler Lucas was driving in the left lane on north I-405, just north of Interstate ... »

Officials get a lesson in what it takes to form a regional fire service

Officials get a lesson in what it takes to form a regional fire service

This comes from our friends at My Edmonds News: A group of about 75 representatives of South Snohomish and North King County municipalities — including mayors, city councilmembers, city managers and fire chiefs — packed the third floor of Edmonds City Hall Monday night to learn more about what it ta... »

Learn About Special Education with the Edmonds Special Education PTSA

Learn About Special Education with the Edmonds Special Education PTSA

Learn how to navigate special education in the Edmonds School District at the Edmonds Special Education PTSA General Meeting this Thursday, February 3. The guest speaker will be Kristin Hennessey, Special Education Ombudsman, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Kristin will provid... »

MTHS January Students of the Month

MTHS January Students of the Month

Student Name: Feruz Kidane Mother’s Name: Freweini Wubneh Father’s Name: Yemane Araya GPA: 3.28 Clubs & Activities: FCCLA, DECA, founder/president of BSU, invisible children, spirit council ASB: Vice President: big six Athletics: Tennis Community Service: University of Washington Med... »

MLT Represented in Evening Magazine’s “You’ve Got Talent”

A dance group with its beginnings in Mountlake Terrace will be competing in Evening Magazine’s “You’ve Got Talent” competition with a chance to audition for NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” competition. The top three of the 13 acts competing for Evening Ma... »

Lifeguard Exhibition this Friday at the Rec Center

Lifeguard Exhibition this Friday at the Rec Center

This Friday, February 4th our local Poolwatch heroes will be showing off their life saving skills during FREE swim from 4:45-6pm. Swim may be interupted briefly for large scale emergency drills. This is a great opportunity to for swimmers of all ages to experience how to respond to an emergency situ... »

Stanford Supports Bill to Make Jet Fuel From Wood

Stanford Supports Bill to Make Jet Fuel From Wood

Here’s the latest from from the House Democrats about the bill 1st LD State Representative Derek Stanford is proposing: While some people may see branches left over from logging or sawdust and wood chips from lumber mills as mere waste, State Rep. Derek Stanford sees it as a source of fuel—jet... »

Evergreen Elementary Demolition To Begin Soon

Evergreen Elementary Demolition To Begin Soon

Due to declining enrollment and significant budget reductions Evergreen Elmentary School was closed beginning with the 2009-2010 school year. The school is planned to be demolished beginning this month. Edmonds School District Community Relations Manager, DJ Jakala, says that beginning this week, th... »

Seattle Tae Kwon Do Hosting CPR/1st Aid Class

Seattle Tae Kwon Do Hosting CPR/1st Aid Class

Seattle Tae Kwon Do in Mountlake Terrace is hosting a CPR/First Aid class on February 5th from 12:30pm-5pm. The cost is $35 and the class is open to adults and children. Seattle Tae Kwon Do owner, Brandon Richards, is an American Heart Associaiton Certified CPR/First Aid Instructor as well as a grad... »

Business Spotlight: Pet Adventure

Business Spotlight: Pet Adventure

If you do any shopping in Cedar Plaza you probably have noticed that the large space in the northeast corner is finally occupied after being empty for a couple of years since it was a liquor store. Pet Adventure made the short move from a smaller Cedar Plaza location in December so that they could p... »

Girls Basketball: Shorecrest 51, Terrace 41

Girls Basketball: Shorecrest 51, Terrace 41

The Lady Hawks hosted one of the league leaders Shorecrest Friday night at the Terraceum. Terrace started this game and played fairly consistently through the night but just didn’t have enough to get it done in the end, losing by a final score of 51-41. Terrace was led in scoring by Mindy Jame... »

Girls Basketball: Buzzer Beater Ends Close Game

Girls Basketball: Buzzer Beater Ends Close Game

Terrace made the long drive to Oak Harbor Wednesday night in attempt to win the game that would put them as the number 6 seed in the playoffs. In typical fashion for the way this season has gone, Terrace was again inconsistent scoring only 4 points in the opening quarter and 5 in the third. Terrace ... »

Burglar Aprehended by Police Sunday Morning

A burglary led to some significant and high visibility police activity Sunday morning in Mountlake Terrace. There aren’t many details at this point but police say a burglary suspect from a Lynnwood address was being tracked around 41st and 212th. Witnesses say that there were many police cars ... »

Fire District 1 calls: January 20-26

Fire District 1 calls: January 20-26

Snohomish County Fire District 1 responded to 332 calls the week of Jan. 20-26: 261 emergency medical aid calls, 21 fires, 18 motor vehicle collisions, 15 service calls, 11 automatic fire alarms, one natural gas leak, four carbon monoxide alarms and one hazardous materials response. Mountlake Terrac... »

214th & 44th Signal Construction Update

214th & 44th Signal Construction Update

This past Thursday, January 27, 2011, the intersection of 214th & 44th was repaved as part of the ongoing construction of the new traffic signal. The work included grinding off the top 2 inches of the existing pavement, making spot repairs, and paving a layer of new asphalt concrete. New paveme... »

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