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 By Chuck Wright    News 

Old Christmas traditions can bring merriment

That are many different holiday traditions not only around the world, but for locals there are several right here in Mill Creek. And two of the big can't-miss ones are the lighting... — Updated 12/1/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Cavaleri wins new council term by 82 votes

Certified election results in Snohomish County show that incumbent Councilmember Vince Cavaleri narrowly defeating Tannis Golebiewski for another four-year term on the position 5... — Updated 12/1/2023


Laura Esping – Volleyball

Our athlete of the week is junior setter Laura Esping. Laura finished the 2023 volleyball season with 560 assists, 56 aces, 105 kills, and 230 digs. She was a reliable player for... — Updated 12/1/2023


Thanksgiving safety tips from the fire marshal

Thanksgiving makes the kitchen a gathering place for the family and the focal point of any home during the holiday season. The Washington State Fire Marshal's Office wants to... — Updated 12/1/2023


Know of a Little Free Library? Let us know!

What to share your Little Free Libary with south Snohomish County? Or know of one that deserves to be known? Click on the graphic to learn how!... — Updated 11/29/2023


Jackson has football online auction

This year's annual Jackson football online auction has begun. Consider bidding on items, donating, or picking up a few raffle tickets in this year's 50/50 raffle. All proceeds go... — Updated 11/28/2023


South County Fire budget includes fire, EMS property tax levies

South County Fire's Board of Commissioners have voted unanimously to adopt a balanced budget that funds emergency services operations for 2024. The nearly $110 million operating... — Updated 11/23/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

County Sheriff: Susanna Johnson defeats Adam Fortney

Snohomish County has a new sheriff as Bothell's Deputy Police Chief Susanna Johnson has defeated incumbent Adam Fortney. She was supported by Mill Creek Councilmembers Stephanie... — Updated 11/23/2023 Full story

 By Chuck Wright    News

Veterans Day celebrated in Mill Creek

It was the 11th month and the 11th hour in 1918 when it all became quiet on the World War I Western Front. It was a time when sadness was replaced with jubilation. In November... — Updated 11/23/2023


Mill Creek: Holidays on Main, Festival of Trees

Santa and his elves are coming to Mill Creek Town Center Saturday, Dec. 2, hosted by the Mill Creek Town Center Business Association and the City of Mill Creek. Events are fro 2-8... — Updated 11/20/2023


Tired of cool weather? Head to Hawaii from Paine Field

Alaska Airlines has debuted its new nonstop flights between Seattle International Paine Field International Airport and Honolulu. The daily, year-round flights are available for pur... — Updated 11/20/2023

 By Nick Maxwell    News

30% of Mill Creek vehicle are electric | Climate Action

In the third quarter of 2023 (July-September), 30% of new Mill Creek vehicles were electric, according to Climate Protection Northwest, a Snohomish County research and training... — Updated 11/16/2023


UPDATE: Vince Cavaleri holds slim lead over Tannis Gobeiewski

UPDATE: After the third tally of votes, Incumbent Councilmember Vince Cavaleri (2,434, 50.9%) continues to leads Tannis Golebiewski (2,356, 49%). Cavaleri holds the Position 5... — Updated 11/16/2023


Grant will fund 200 free Narcan kits

For the second time this year, South County Fire and Verdant Health Commission are partnering to prevent opioid-related deaths by providing 200 free Narcan kits in southwest Snohomi... — Updated 11/16/2023


Everett Public Schools announces results of the school board election

Results are in from the Nov. 7 general election. Concerning Everett Public Schools, Jen Hirman will continue to serve on the Everett Public Schools board of directors in Position... — Updated 11/14/2023


Jackson students ready for tutoring opportunities

The Jackson High School National Honor Society has started its tutoring program again. They are able to tutor all grades from kindergarten up to 12th grade virtually, in-person, or hybrid Members are guaranteed to have a 3.5-plus... — Updated 11/14/2023


Snohomish County Elections turns over suspicious mail

Today, Nov. 9, Snohomish County Elections received a piece of mail matching the description of suspicious mail received yesterday in other counties in Washington state, according to County Auditor Garth Feell. "Upon receipt, the... — Updated 11/9/2023


Need to know: Veterans Day in Mill Creek

Mill Creek's annual Veterans Day Commemorative Ceremony is 9 a.m. Friday November 10, Library Park, 15429 Bothell-Everett Highway. A presentation includes raising of the colors.... — Updated 11/3/2023


Swift Orange Line debuting in Mill Creek March 30

Community Transit today announced March 30 as the launch date for the Swift Orange Line. The new bus rapid transit (BRT) line – the agency's third – will provide fast,... — Updated 11/3/2023


Letter to the Editor: Climate change and boiling frogs

Many of us know the "boiling frog" metaphor in which a frog thrown into boiling water will jump out, but a frog placed into tepid water will remain while the temperature is graduall... — Updated 10/27/2023


Letter to the Editor: Adkins listens and advocates on behalf of school employees

I am a paraeducator in the Everett School District, and I am supporting Charles Adkins for school board. Charles Adkins was the only candidate in the race to ask for the Everett... — Updated 10/27/2023

 By Beacon staff    News

Snohomish County passes law to require stores to accept cash

The Snohomish County Council this week unanimously passed an ordinance requiring businesses within unincorporated Snohomish County to accept cash as payment for goods and/or services. “Cash is legal tender in the United... — Updated 10/27/2023


Off-duty pilot tries to shut down engines on Paine Field flight

An off-duty Alaska Airlines pilot who police say tried to turn off the engines on an Alaska Airlines flight, operated by Horizon Air, from Paine Field to San Francisco was charged... — Updated 10/26/2023

 By Beacon staff    News

Community Transit seeks input on proposed 2024 budget

Community Transit’s proposed 2024 budget, is available for comment through Nov. 2. The budget maps out improvements to transit services that are planned for 2024. Community Transit will be opening the Swift Orange Line bus rapid... — Updated 10/23/2023


Support for 2 South County Fire commissioners | Letters to the Editor

South County Union Firefighters endorse Derek Daniels and Mike Fearnehough as commissioners in the South County Fire Authority election. Each of these gentlemen have shown their... — Updated 10/22/2023


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