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Calendar | Oct. 18 - Nov. 23

Oct. 18 Coffee and Conversation 10 a.m. The American Association of University Women’s “Coffee and Conversation” will take place at Cafe Louvre, and every third Friday. Email for more information. Starting a home-based...


Mill Creek Women's Club welcomes new members

The Mill Creek Women's Club is hosting its Newcomer's Brunch on Sept. 9, 2019 at 10:30 am in the community room of the Country Club Condominiums. Key board members will speak to the prospective new...


Thank you from the Mill Creek Police Foundation

Regarding the article “Foundation dedicated to serving those who protect.” I want to thank Dan at the Mill Creek Beacon for offering his enthusiastic and beautiful article about the Mill Creek Police Foundation. Unfortunately, much of that...


Police Foundation dedicated to serving those who protect

EDITOR"S NOTE: This is an edited version of the article that appeared in the print edition of The Beacon. We apologize for any errors in the initial effort. As a police dispatcher in Arizona,...


Police Foundation dedicated to serving those who protect

As a police dispatcher in Arizona, Sally Dagna knew all about the extra hours and unpaid efforts the officers in her department made to protect the citizens of the desert community. When she moved to Mill Creek, she decided to do something to repay...


Hooping it up at Mill Creek Festival

Eleven teams were crowned champions at the annual 3-on-3 Star Fest basketball tournament at the Mill Creek Festival on Saturday and Sunday, July 13-14. The boys division champions were: Fourth grade:... Full story


Bubbles at the Festival

Rides inside a floating bubble under blue skies was just one element of the fun during the Mill Creek Festival staged last month. The two-day celebration was sponsored by the Mill Creek Chamber of... Full story


Registration open for annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament

The City of Mill Creek is partnering with Stars Unlimited to host its annual 3-on-3 Star Fest basketball tournament on July 13-14. Registration for the tournament, which is part of Mill Creek Festival, closes on July 6. The fees range from $100 to... Full story

 By Dan Aznoff    Features    June 21, 2019

Summer has arrived in Mill Creek

The kids out of school and parents packing up the car for a road trip. That can only mean the City of Mill Creek is ready for the warmer days of summer with a long list of options for every member of...


Athletes provided many memorable moments in 2018 | Year in review

2018 will go down as a year of state championships for Mill Creek prep athletes. Jackson’s Jonathan Cook won two titles at the 4A state swimming championships and school-mate Daniel Arias capped his senior year with a first place finish in the... Full story

 By Dan Aznoff    News    January 3, 2019

Year of turmoil in City Hall ends with promise of stability

The 2019 New Year in Mill Creek began very much like it did in 2018, with a vacancy on the City Council and a list of potential applicants who hope to fill the open seat on the city’s legislative... Full story


Rishi sisters reflect the lessons they received at an early age

Sisters Kaamna and Akaanksha Rishi are more than twins. They are best friends who have chosen completely separate paths on the road they hope will to improve the lives of diverse groups in their own...


Business association announces plan to become the Mill Creek Chamber of Commerce

There is so much more to the business community in Mill Creek than just the storefronts in Town Center. The announcement that the Mill Creek Business Association plans to become the Mill Creek...

 By John Lovick    Opinion    August 2, 2018

Change is getting stuff done

Mill Creek is changing. Fast. And all too often, our local issues are overlooked and cast aside in lieu of flashier statewide projects. Without adequate attention, these issues escalate and try to define us. We have a sinking road that has been...


Basketball fanatics hit the court for Mill Creek’s 3-on-3 tournament

The sun and temperatures that rose into the mid-80s did little to temper the energy and enthusiasm of players in the annual 3-on-3 Star Fest Basketball Tournament Saturday and Sunday, July 14-15, at...


Mill Creek Festival will be a celebration for the senses

Almost since its inception, the Mill Creek Festival has featured three stages of live entertainment: the Main Stage, the Pet Arena and the Community Stage. Due to the growth of the Kid and Family... Full story


Seniors calendar

Mill Creek Senior Center, 15720 Main St., Mill Creek, 425-948-7170 There’s a wide range of programs and opportunities provided by the Mill Creek Senior Center. Here’s a sampling: Opioid Awareness What are opioids? Are they helpful or harmful?...


Chorale to spread joyous sound for holidays | A&E brief

The Mill Creek Chorale and Children's Chorus will present their annual Holiday Concert at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Advent Lutheran Church, 4306 132nd St. SE, Mill Creek. The... Full story


Mill Creek man, Jackson student among TEDx speakers

Speakers have been announced for the second TEDxSnoIsleLibraries event 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. The conference is full. It will be streamed live at...


Shuck an oyster; eat a masterpiece

People who like to cook sometimes get an urge to be adventurous, adding a pinch of spice here, an herb from the garden there, breaking free from the recipe, if just a little. Good cooks aren’t... Full story


Hoop fanatics get their fix at Mill Creek tourney

Young and old basketball fans gathered for an afternoon of fierce competition at the annual Mill Creek Main St. Madness 3 on 3 Basketball tournament July 9 in Mill Creek. The tournament was part of...


Mill Creek Festival rocks

Thousands turned out for the annual Mill Creek Festival & Street Fair on July 9-10, which is made possible by the hard work of volunteers at the Mill Creek Business Association and other groups....

 By Pam Pruitt    Opinion    July 15, 2016

Bottom up

Hopefully it's no secret Mill Creek has its EMS levy on the Aug. 2 primary ballot. Our current levy expires at the end of this year. The levy is the primary funding source for our emergency medical services. All the money will be used for...

 By Paul Archipley    News    July 15, 2016

National tragedy puts focus on police-community relations

For Police Chief Greg Elwin, the annual Mill Creek Festival couldn’t have happened at a more opportune time. That’s because it came in the wake of the back-to-back shooting deaths by police of two black men, one in Minnesota, the other in...

 By Brian Soergel    News    June 30, 2016

City seeks to increase business, tourism

Despite its limited size – there’s really no place to go but up – Mill Creek is looking to attract even more business and tourist dollars to shore up its tax base and show that the city is a...


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