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Edmonds School District to receive Korean instrument donation

The Korean American Historical Society is donating 17 Korean drums, gongs and cymbals to Edmonds School District for the Visual and Performing Arts Departments 2012 Summer Music School. The instruments will be formally donated at 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 1, at school district headquarters in Lynnwood. T... »

More on the winning ways of the MTHS Hawkeye team

More on the winning ways of the MTHS Hawkeye team

We reported earlier that students from the Mountlake Terrace High newspaper The Hawkeye did well at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention at the Washington State Convention Center. The Hawkeye earned third place in the Best of Show category for papers that regularly publish 12 page... »

Fire District 1 Calls, week of April 19-25

Snohomish County Fire District 1 responded to 372 calls the week of April 19-25: 302 emergency medical aid calls, 34 motor vehicle collisions, 13 fires, 9 service calls, 1 natural gas leak, 1 technical rescue and 12 automatic fire alarms. April 21 CAR FIRE: At 12:30 p.m., firefighters extinguished ... »

Joint meeting of Regional Fire Authority subcommittees set for Wednesday night

The May 2 meeting of the Regional Fire Authority Planning Committee in south Snohomish County has been canceled. In its place, a joint meeting of two RFA subcommittees will be held to discuss how to align finance and service level models for regionalizing fire and emergency medical service. This joi... »

Sound Community Bank introduces online curriculum to teach kids financial literacy

Sound Community Bank, which has a Mountlake Terrace branch at 22807 44th Ave. W., on May 1 is introducing MoneyIsland, an online world that helps children ages 8 to 14 in three key financial areas: saving and spending, earning and investing, and using credit wisely. Children go on adventurous quests... »

Community continues to support victims of Taluswood Apartments fire

By Doug Petrowski Help for those who were affected by the April 16 two-alarm fire at the Taluswood Apartments at 236th Street Southwest and 44th Avenue West in Mountlake Terrace began even before the flames were totally doused, and those efforts have continued almost two weeks after the fire. On Fri... »

Fire District 1 to consider plan to split World Trade Center beam between Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace

Fire District 1 to consider plan to split World Trade Center beam between Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace

By Doug Petrowski Snohomish County Fire District One Commissioners are expected to approve a plan to cut in half an eight-foot, 2,018-pound steel beam recovered from the ruins of the World Trade Center after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack. One half will be maintained by the City of Mountlake Te... »

Seven-run sixth inning lifts Hawks over Scots Friday

Seven-run sixth inning lifts Hawks over Scots Friday

Story and photos by Doug Petrowski The Mountlake Terrace boys baseball team beat Shorecrest 13-8 in a crucial Wesco 3A game Friday afternoon in Shoreline. The win enabled the Hawks to retain a share of second place with just two games remaining in the regular season. The Hawks exploded for seven run... »

Safety reminder from school district after incident in MLT Friday morning

The Edmonds School District and local police asked our help in getting the word out to parents about an incident that occurred Friday morning in Mountlake Terrace involving an Edmonds-Woodway High School student. The following letter was sent to Chase Lake Elementary, College Place Middle School and... »

Hawks sports roundup for Thursday

Soccer: Glacier Peak 4, Mountlake Terrace 0 Softball: Mountlake Terrace 13, Oak Harbor 1 (5 innings)   »

Windermere North hosting free recycling, document shredding event in Lynnwood Saturday

Windermere Real Estate North is teaming up with non-profit 1 Green Planet this Saturday, April 28, to help their neighbors recycle difficult items and confidential data disposal to help assist in the safe disposal of confidential documents post tax season. Large appliances, car batteries, cell phone... »

Sound Transit Board identifies route, station options for North Corridor rail expansion

The Sound Transit Board of Directors Thursday identified potential station locations for staff to study as part of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for light rail between Northgate and the Lynnwood Transit Center. The Draft EIS will also look more closely at impacts associated with the align... »

Owner of MLT’s only liquor store gearing up for competition on June 1

Owner of MLT’s only liquor store gearing up for competition on June 1

Story and photos by Doug Petrowski The State of Washington has finished auctioning off its 167 state-run liquor stores; some are closing, the rest will have new owners. And large grocery, discount and warehouse stores are preparing to stock shelves with liquor and spirits for sale. So what changes a... »

New MLT reserve police officers sworn in

New MLT reserve police officers sworn in

City of Mountlake Terrace Police Chief Greg Wilson administered the oath of office to new reserve police officers Andy Jones and Randy Ditmars during the April 16 City Council meeting. Jones lives in Arlington with his wife and currently builds homes with his fathers construction company. Ditmars w... »

Mountlake Terrace resident creates film festival for Washington state college students

Mountlake Terrace resident Sophia Perez is behind the first-ever film festival created specifically for Washington state college students, and the public is invited to attend for free this Saturday at Shoreline Community College. The Northwest College Film Fest (NWCFF) was conceived by students in ... »

MTYAA football, cheer squad sign-ups at Sorelli Pizza on Mondays

Mountlake Terrace Youth Athletic Association has begun registrations for their 2012 Junior Football teams. Sign-ups are held on Mondays, 7-8 p.m., at Sorelli Pizza, 22402-44th Ave. W. MTYAA offers football for 6-14 year-olds not yet eligible for high school sports. Practices for the six teams that M... »

Stanford says state budget includes money for Scriber Creek Bridge

The State of Washington’s recently approved construction budget features an item that “will go quite a long way toward helping rebuild a significant piece of the Brier infrastructure,” according to state Rep. Derek Stanford. Stanford worked during this past legislative session to w... »

Register now for free family art classes at MLT Library

Registration is now open for free family art classes being presented at the Mountlake Terrace Library beginning in mid-May. Four classes are being offered by the library in conjunction with the Mountlake Terrace Friends of the Arts. Tools and materials will be supplied. On Tuesday, May 15, local art... »

Hawks score 8-4 softball win at home Tuesday

Hawks score 8-4 softball win at home Tuesday


Volunteers clean up Terrace Ridge Park for Earth Day

Volunteers clean up Terrace Ridge Park for Earth Day

About 100 volunteers turned out in near perfect weather to help clear 120 yards of debris, brush and blackberry bushes in Terrace Ridge Park in honor of Earth Day. The Mountlake Terrace Garden Club pitched in by planting over 30 landscape shrubs at the Ballinger Lake Golf Course parking lot. Additio... »

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