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Claudia Postema art exhibit at MLT Library through July 31

Claudia Postema art exhibit at MLT Library through July 31

The Mountlake Terrace Arts Advisory Commission presents the Claudia Postema Exhibit at the Mountlake Terrace Library, 23300 58th Ave. W. The exhibit features mixed media of acrylic and collage by Postema, a local artist. Postema, whose mother was also an artist, was raised in a creative environment.... »

City honors retiring police commander who oversaw ‘Mail Order Bride Homicide’ investigation

City honors retiring police commander who oversaw ‘Mail Order Bride Homicide’ investigation

Mountlake Terrace Police Chief Greg Wilson recognized retiring Police Commander Craig McCaul during the June 18 City Council meeting. Chief Wilson introduced Commander McCauls family members and read a tribute to honor his 31 years of service to the City of Mountlake Terrace Police Department. The ... »

Q&A with Brian Travis, Candidate for State Representative, District 1

Q&A with Brian Travis, Candidate for State Representative, District 1

Editors note: This is another in a series of questions and answers with the Washington State legislative candidates whose districts include a part of Mountlake Terrace. By Doug Petrowski Republican Brian Travis is in a crowded field in the race for State Representative in District 1, Position 1. He... »

Budget times will get tougher for MLT, city manager tells council

By Doug Petrowski While the City of Mountlake Terrace continues to stay financially healthy during the difficult economic times of today, tomorrow will be more difficult, City Manager John Caulfield told the city council last week. Caulfield shared thoughts of the citys economic budget future durin... »

City of MLT transportation reports posted

Five reports that tie together transportation and land use in Mountlake Terrace have been finalized and posted online. The reportsall funded by a grant from the state Department of Commerceare meant to help guide city and transit agency decisions to ensure that walking, bicycling and transit are c... »

MLT-based 1st Security Bank appoints Ryan Ross loan officer

MLT-based 1st Security Bank appoints Ryan Ross loan officer

Ryan Ross has been appointed loan officer at Mountlake Terrace-based 1st Security Bank, Donn Costa, senior vice president of home lending, announced. Ross, a Shoreline resident, will work out of the banks home lending headquarters in Mountlake Terrace and three of its branch locations: Puyallup, Ca... »

Community volunteers needed for free summer math, school lunch programs

Thanks to a partnership between the Edmonds School District and the community, school children can take advantage of math tutoring and free lunches at six schools this summer but they need volunteers on a regular (but not necessarily daily) basis to make it happen. The program is seeking volunteer... »

Brier-Terrace Middle students finishing school year at national technology conference

Brier-Terrace Middle students finishing school year at national technology conference

By Doug Petrowski While fellow students at Brier-Terrace Middle School are finishing the school year on Monday in their classrooms, Sean Moore, AsiaLee Donnelly, Haeley Johnston and Joey Owens are ending the year in Nashville, Tenn., at a conference for students excelling in science and technology. ... »

MLT’s Brooks assigned to Arizona Rookie League

MLT’s Brooks assigned to Arizona Rookie League

Mountlake Terrace High School alumni Aaron Brooks, drafted and signed by the Seattle Mariners organization earlier this month, has been assigned to the Mariners team of the Arizona Rookie League. The AZL Mariners began play this week. Shortly after being drafted by the Mariners, Brooks said he was... »

Reminder: Concours eElegance car show benefit from 1-5 p.m. Saturday

Concours dElegance at The Wood is set for Saturday, June 23 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Lynnwood Golf Course. Currently 65 cars are scheduled to fill the ranks of the 5th Annual Classic, Sports and Muscle Car show organized by Alderwood-Terrace Rotary.First-, second- and third-place awards will be pres... »

School’s out Monday; time to register kids for MLT Recreation & Parks activities

School’s out Monday; time to register kids for MLT Recreation & Parks activities

With school out for summer Monday, its time to get the kids registered for summer camp activities in the Mountlake Terrace Recreation & Parks Department. There are a variety of summer programs and swimming lessons for all ages, from nine months to 18 years old starting next week and running int... »

Imagination Circus kicks off summer reading at MLT Library Sunday

Imagination Circus kicks off summer reading at MLT Library Sunday

The Mountlake Terrace Library and the Friends of the Mountlake Terrace Library kick off summer reading this Sunday, June 24 at 2 p.m. with Alex Zerbe’s Imagination Circus. Professional Zaniac Alex Zerbe, who has appeared on the hit television show, America’s Got Talent! will show kid... »

MLT Rep. Moscoso tours Sound Transit tunnel boring machine

MLT Rep. Moscoso tours Sound Transit tunnel boring machine

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Manna Mills to host 13-year-old author of gluten-free cookbook Saturday

From our online news partner The Seattle Times is a story about a Seattle cookbook author with celiac disease who is conducting a cooking demonstration at Manna Mills in Mountlake Terrace Saturday. What makes this story more interesting is the fact that that the author, Dominick Cura, is a 13-year-o... »

From our neighbors: Shoreline Arts Festival this Saturday, Sunday and heres the schedule

From our friends at Shoreline Area News comes the weekend schedule for the Shoreline Arts Festival, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday: Shoreline Arts Festival 2012 Saturday, June 23, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday, June 24, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Shoreline Center 18560 1st Ave. N.E., Shoreline Shoreline Room Sta... »

City says 212th Street construction will stretch into July

City says 212th Street construction will stretch into July

Story and photos by Doug Petrowski While the original plan was to have the repaving and reconfiguration of 212th Street Southwest between 44th and 52nd Avenues West completed by the end of June, Mountlake Terrace officials now report that the work will stretch into July. The project is in its final... »

Fire District 1 Commissioners support countywide fireworks ban

Commissioners of the largest fire district in Snohomish County are voicing their support for a countywide ban on fireworks. Snohomish County Fire District 1 Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution this week calling for the county to ban the sale and discharge of fireworks in unincorporated a... »

MTHS Class of 2012: Help a future grad by donating your cap and gown

In an effort to help future Mountlake Terrace High School graduates, the high school is encouraging 2012 graduates to donate their caps and downs for next year’s students in need. Caps and gowns can be returned to the MTHS Counseling office until June 26 or again after the building re-opens Au... »

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 is ... »

A beautiful Ballinger Lake sunset on first day of summer

A beautiful Ballinger Lake sunset on first day of summer

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