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Prime Living: Understanding the rights of nursing home residents

An estimated 1.4 million older adults and people with disabilities live in nursing homes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If a nursing home... — Updated 7/19/2019


Prime Living: 4 Key Decisions to Help Memorialize a Loved One

Despite the certainty of death, many Americans delay dealing with the fact and avoid funeral planning. In fact, nearly 3 in 5 Americans aren’t confident they could plan a funeral... — Updated 7/19/2019 Full story

 By Beth Bond    News

Prime Living: Looking good is feeling good

“Keeping Up Appearances” is more than the title of a televised British sit/com. It really means maintaining the minimum physical appearance that our friends and family expect.... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By Dan Aznoff    News

Duties of the Coast Guard go beyond party patrols

The orange-striped ships with sailors from the US Coast Guard that patrol the waters of Washington, Oregon and Idaho are responsible for more than checking registrations and... — Updated 7/18/2019


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... — Updated 7/18/2019 Full story

 By Dan Aznoff    News

Personal link between the city and the Navy’s newest destroyer

Both of the Mill Creek councilmembers who accepted an invitation to visit the newest ship in the Navy homeport in Everett came away from their tour with a pledge to reach out to... — Updated 7/3/2019


Back by popular demand: Pianos on Main Street

Art is hands-on with these unique street installations. Visitors are invited to make and enjoy music with custom designed pianos donated by Mill Creek residents and transformed by... — Updated 7/3/2019


How the internet can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Over the past 10 years, researchers have learned Alzheimer’s disease starts much earlier than the onset of symptoms – 10-20 years before an individual, family member or friend might notice the signs of the debilitating disease.... — Updated 6/25/2019

 By Beth Bond    News

Retirement, is that what you really want?

“What would I do if I wasn’t doing what I am doing?” This question, heard often, can be interpreted as humorous, challenging or even fearful. Make a plan now and be prepared... — Updated 6/25/2019 Full story


Farmers Market returns with new artisans, even more produce

The vendors are all onboard and local artists are lined up for the second year of the weekly Mill Creek Farmers. The Mill Creek market opened for the season on Tuesday, June 18,... — Updated 6/21/2019

 By Dan Aznoff    News

Marketing coordinator is excited to be part of the future

The newest employee in City Hall will have plenty of time to plan her days while she commutes from the waterfront community of Gig Harbor to Mill Creek each morning. Meredith Cook b... — Updated 6/21/2019

 By Dan Aznoff    News

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 f... — Updated 6/21/2019

 By Lila Johnson    News

Garden Tour is all about giving back

There is a lot more than blooming flowers and sweet smelling gardenias to like about the annual Garden Tour sponsored by the Mill Creek Garden Club scheduled to begin Saturday... — Updated 6/21/2019

 By Dan Aznoff    News

Marketing coordinator is excited to be part of the future of Mill Creek

The newest employee in City Hall will have plenty of time to plan her days while she commutes from the waterfront community of Gig Harbor to Mill Creek each morning. Meredith Cook began her duties as the coordinator for... — Updated 6/21/2019


Recreation staff sets the pace to promote healthy living

The Mill Creek recreation staff has scheduled a summer filled fun and healthy living with activities and recreational opportunities at parks throughout the beginning with National Family Health and Fitness Day on Saturday, June 8.... — Updated 6/7/2019

 By Dan Aznoff    News

Not knowing was survivor’s worst part of breast cancer battle

Meagan Ferrell knew something was wrong in June 2010 when a sharp pain woke her in the middle of the night. She thought to herself, “This can’t be good.” When she touched the... — Updated 4/19/2019


Volunteers plant 2000 trees along salmon stream on Earth Day

Volunteers from the Adopt A Stream Foundation joined technicians from the foundation to plant more than 2,000 trees along the middle fork of Quilceda Creek as part of an Earth Day... — Updated 4/19/2019

 By Dan Aznoff    News

Newest card shark is an inspiration to young people

The weekly pinochle game at the Mill Creek Senior Center has evolved into two hours of admiration and acclamation for the intense player who has captured the hearts of every... — Updated 4/19/2019

 By Jeff Leuschen    News

Your tissue donation can help save lives

When people are asked about registering to donate, they often think of organ donation. Many don’t know what tissue donation is or that it is just as life-changing. As a firefighter, I know the impact of tissue donation... — Updated 4/5/2019 Full story


Hop on board the Swift Green Line

The community came out to celebrate the initial service day of the new Green Line operated by Community Transit. Festivities to launch the new service were staged at McCollum Park... — Updated 4/4/2019

 By Dan Aznoff    News

Retired couple proves it is never too late find your soul mate

New faces – especially men – are a welcome sight for residents of the Mill Creek Retirement Community on Bothell-Everett Highway. So it was not surprising that the tall handsome... — Updated 4/4/2019 Full story

 By Dan Aznoff    News

Community comes to the aid of deputy in need

More than 180 people attended a special event staged by the South Precinct of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s office to find possible donors in an effort to find a match that... — Updated 4/4/2019

 By Dan Aznoff    News

Retirement is not part of her vocabulary

Teresa Logsdon has been a fixture at the new Mill Creek Senior Center since the facility opened its doors in the lobby of the Vintage Community in the northeast corner of Mill... — Updated 1/18/2019 Full story


An open letter of thanks from grateful hearts

It has been a very special year for our daughter, Julia McCauley, who was selected to be Mill Creek’s “Chief for a Day” for the Mill Creek Police Department. Julia has been a... — Updated 1/4/2019


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