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Fight broken up by MTHS, staff member injured

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor
June 8
Filed under News, School News, The425

One staff member was injured yesterday afternoon when he and a fellow staff member restrained two students who were fighting, according to information released by school administrators today. Toward the end of sixth period, June 7, there was an “altercation involving two students,” according to...

New shop spices up the Alderwood Mall

New shop spices up the Alderwood Mall

By Karen Benson, Hawkeye staff
October 23
Filed under News, The425

The Savory Spice Shop celebrated it’s grand opening Oct. 17 through Oct. 19 at the Alderwood mall, located across from the American Girl Doll Store. The Mayor attended to cut the ribbon and celebrate. Four times the amount of people attended the shop as usual, making the opening a success for...

Eggs everywhere in MLT

Eggs everywhere in MLT

By Paxtyn Merten
April 19
Filed under Featured Stories, The425

The third annual MLT “Adult” Flashlight Eggstravaganza and fifth annual MLT Easter Egg Hunt for kids took place at the Evergreen playfield on April 18 and 19, respectively. These events were both put on by the MLT City Councilmember and owner of Red Onion Burgers, Seaun Richards. The Adult Flashlight...

New city manager ready to make changes

New city manager ready to make changes

By Paxtyn Merten
February 10
Filed under The425

“If you had told me 15 years ago that I was going to be a city manager, I would have been like ‘what?’” This came from new Mountlake Terrace City Manager Arlene Fisher, who was unanimously chosen by the city council as the preferred candidate for the position following a series of interviews...

3OH!3 comes to Albertsons in MLT

3OH!3 comes to Albertsons in MLT

By Paxtyn Merten
November 20
Filed under The425

Pop band 3OH!3 made an appearance at the Albertsons in MLT  for KISS FM’s annual food drive, Thanksgiving on the Mayflower. Bandmembers Nathaniel Motte and Sean Foreman arrived at Albertsons for their meet and greet about 15 minutes later than their scheduled 3 p.m. According to Foreman, this was...

Check the latest election results

Check the latest election results

By Nick Fiorillo
November 5
Filed under The425

Updated Nov. 5, 6:36 p.m.  As vote counts are being finalized for the Nov. 2013 General Election, it's clear that this election was a huge victory for local incumbents. This election featured key battles locally, including three well-fought for battles for MLT City Council positions three, four and...

After devastating fire, Local Yolk Cafe to reopen as “B3 Breakfast and Burger Bar”

After devastating fire, Local Yolk Cafe to reopen as “B3 Breakfast and Burger Bar”

By Andrea Portugal
October 10
Filed under The425

The Local Yolk Café is finally making a comeback after a fire which left many people wondering whether the breakfast and brunch restaurant would ever reopen. Located at 4027 19th St. SW in Lynnwood, the new restaurant will now take on the name of B3, meaning Breakfast and Burger Bar. Once th...

Arts of Terrace 2013 draws most submissions in event history

Arts of Terrace 2013 draws most submissions in event history

By Netania Rivera
October 7
Filed under The425

This year’s Arts of the Terrace was the largest ever in its 35 years of tradition, bringing in over 300 entries from both in and out of state. Opening night brought in at least 250 people, which was one of the greatest showings in the event’s history. Arts of the Terrace is a local nonprofit public...

Annual Celebrate Schools 5K brings in nearly $40,000 for ESD schools

Annual Celebrate Schools 5K brings in nearly $40,000 for ESD schools

By Paxtyn Merten
October 6
Filed under Featured Stories, The425

Over 700 people participated in the Celebrate Schools 5K Fun Run on Oct. 5, raising $40,000 for the Edmonds School District. Of the 33 schools in the district, 31 were being represented by runners. With the largest turnout in the event's history, event coordinators ran out of event t-shirts. “...

Peeling back the next layer of the Red Onion

By Paxtyn Merten
October 1
Filed under The425

After encountering many problems along the way, Red Onion Burgers Owner Seaun Richards has discontinued his plan to create a hot dog restaurant. Instead, he is introducing hot dogs to the menu of the Red Onion. The hot dog restaurant, which was to be named Relish Works, was intended to be open on...

Faces of the425: Firefighters

By Kaylee Putrick
September 18
Filed under The425

GET TO KNOW THREE FIREFIGHTERS OF BRIER FIRE STATION 18   Have you always wanted to be a firefighter? I did. My brother was a firefighter, so I hung out with a bunch of firefighters when I was younger. Watching men in their late 20s having a good time in life and doing the heroic thing ma...

Sunshine Market: freshening up the425

Sunshine Market: freshening up the425

By Paxtyn Merten
September 12
Filed under The425

Sunshine Market, the new farmers market on the corner of 212th St. and 44th Ave., is finally open for business. The walls are lined with many assorted fruits and vegetables. Inexpensive prices as well as the store's year-round status have brought new customers already. %%wppa%% %%slide=16%% Photos by Nick Fio...

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