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Hawks track teams place second in men’s, first in women’s at Terrace Invite

By Anthony Markert
April 27, 2014
Filed under Sports

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] Yesterday, the Hawks hosted the Terrace Invite, a track meet that had 14 High Schools in the area participating. These schools included Mountlake Terrace, Meadowdale, Juanita, Shorewood, Marysville Getchell, Ballard, Port Townsend, Lakeside (Seattle),...

3OH!3 comes to Albertsons in MLT

3OH!3 comes to Albertsons in MLT

By Paxtyn Merten
November 20, 2013
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...

Homeless student numbers on the rise

Homeless student numbers on the rise

By Will Khadivi
October 22, 2013
Filed under Feature, Featured Stories

On a chilly night in early autumn, about 60 people gathered in the basement of a Mountlake Terrace church to chat with friends, have a hot meal and seek shelter from the cold. The Bethesda Lutheran Church has been holding these free dinners once a week for five years. They are open to anyone and draw...

Bothell, Bellevue shine in Emerald City Kickoff

Bothell, Bellevue shine in Emerald City Kickoff

By Jack Pearce
September 8, 2013
Filed under HawkSquawk Sports Commentary, recent, Sports

SEATTLE - As the high school football season kicked off across the state this weekend a few schools had a unique opportunity – to play in the newly renovated Husky Stadium. With 2:49 left on the clock, the Bothell Cougars got the ball trailing the Coeur D’Alene Vikings by 13. Bothell quickly drove ...

We Day makes history at Key Arena

We Day makes history at Key Arena

By Nick Fiorillo
March 27, 2013
Filed under Featured Stories

Nearly 30 MTHS students were among 15,000 young people who gathered at Key Arena for We Day Seattle. We Day, presented by Free the Children, is a movement, started in Canada, with the intention of inspiring young people to do great things in terms of community service and helping others. The event...

Terrace to We Day Seattle

Terrace to We Day Seattle

By Erick Yanzon
March 24, 2013
Filed under News, U.S. and World News

15,000 young people around the state are attending the very first We Day in US on March 27, in the Key Arena at Seattle Center. Fueled by the desire for change, and the hope that the world can be a better place, We Day is the call that brings a generation together. We Day is an initiative of Free T...

Back to the Future, Seattle Style

By Abby McDermott
June 14, 2012
Filed under Feature

The 1962 World’s Fair put Seattle on the map. It opened up visitors’ minds to the future and gave them a glimpse of what was to come. Science was one of the main focuses and was presented as the “way of the future.” What do the Pacific Science Center, KeyArena, the  Monorail and the Space...

Sound Transit plans light rail to MLT, Lynnwood by 2023

Sound Transit plans light rail to MLT, Lynnwood by 2023

By Will Khadivi
May 1, 2012
Filed under The425

Driving to Downtown Seattle on Interstate 5 during peak times from Mountlake Terrace is often described as a nightmare and with the population of the area growing, the problem is only getting worse. To help ease traffic, Sound Transit (ST) is planning to expand Link Light Rail to Lynnwood by 2023. The...

Fact or Fiction: Does coffee stunt your growth?

By Michelle Schomer
January 18, 2011
Filed under Health

According to Specialty Coffee Association of America , nearly 50 percent of America’s population, that’s roughly 150 million American’s, consume espresso, cappuccino, latte, or iced or cold coffees. Also, 50 percent of American’s over the age of 18 drink coffee daily. If that many people...

Free Seattle Activities

Free Seattle Activities

By Kayla Cooper
June 10, 2009
Filed under Feature

Summer in Seattle is possibly the best time of year. Most people know about the obvious beaches and summer spots, but why not do something different this summer? Better yet, how about doing something that is not only different, but also free? That’s right, here are four places around the Seattle...

Paper or Plastic? Seattle City Council seeks to curtail plastic waste through legislative process and use fee

By Megan Resler
October 14, 2008
Filed under News

On July 28, Seattle City Council passed a new bill which contains two main components: consumers will no longer get grocery bags for free, and businesses will no longer be permitted to use or sell foam containers. Drafted and presented by Council President Richard Conlin, this bill mimics a similar law...

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