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Lynnwood teens arrested for theft from gun store

By Nolan DeGarlais January 11, 2019

Two teenagers were arrested for theft from a local gun store in Lynnwood on Sunday, Jan. 6, according to reports from the Lynnwood Police Department (LPD). Around 3:30 p.m. the two male suspects walked...

Libraries seek additional funding to maintain services

By Nolan DeGarlais, News Editor December 26, 2017

In a library system announcement sent out Tuesday, Dec. 12, Sno-Isle Libraries announced their Board of Trustees unanimously voted to place a measure on the April 2018 ballot requesting maintained funding...

After demolition, the remains of the Calvary Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church sits on the corner of 236th St and 55th Ave.

United Pentecostal Church moves from Mountlake Terrace building to Lynnwood

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor April 13, 2017

The Calvary Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church in Mountlake Terrace, on the corner of 55th and 236th St has moved to a new location in Lynnwood at 16824 44th Ave W. The reason behind moving Reverend...

Stabbing at Alderwood Mall, second in past month

By Kennedy Cooper, Hawkeye Staff January 15, 2017

UPDATE: Jan. 17, 3:15 p.m. Philip Herrera was charged on Sunday with one count each of first- and second-degree assault with a weapon in the stabbing that afternoon in the food court at Alderwood...

Freshman pitcher Kira Doan just before releasing a pitch in Tuesdays close loss to Lynnwood.

Hawks not able to finish against Royals, lose 7-5

By TK Johnson March 18, 2014

After crushing Granite Falls 8-0 on Monday, the Hawks lost to the Lynnwood Royals, 7-5  Tuesday at MTHS. Going into the bottom of the 2nd inning, Lynnwood had a 3-0 lead on the Hawks when Terrace...

Ryan LaCasse scores early for the Hawks in a 30-14 rout over the Royals

Hawks dethrone the Royals 30-14, pick up first win of season

By TK Johnson September 21, 2013

Friday night was “Jam the Stands” night at Edmonds stadium. Game 1 was the Mountlake Terrace Hawks football team took on the Lynnwood Royals. The game started off a little different, the Hawks were...

Photo by TK Johnson | Hawkeye Staff

Hawks rise above Grizzlies, win 2-0

By TK Johnson September 19, 2013

Hawks soar 2-0 over Grizzlies Thursday night, the Mountlake Terrace Hawks Girls Soccer team took on the Glacier Peak Grizzlies at Lynnwood High School. The first half was filled with great defense from...

Photo by TK Johnson | Hawkeye Staff

Forget the score, Hawks looked solid

By Austin McDermott September 14, 2013

After all the fans had left, the stands were cleaned, and the locker rooms cleared, the score still stood 35-0 as the Hawks were shut out by the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors. But in all reality, that...

Red light therapy: a new trend in skin care

By Shelbe Kane February 11, 2013

Red light therapy was created by NASA to heal and release pain, but now it’s found to help treat many different types of skin problems such as acne and wrinkles. Red light therapy is now available...

Business complex building at Cedar Valley Road on second-alarm fire

Business complex building at Cedar Valley Road on second-alarm fire

By Nick Fiorillo August 15, 2012

A Lynnwood business complex at 20016 Cedar Valley Road has been reduced to scorched wood after it caught fire on Wednesday afternoon, August 15. According to KIRO 7, the 911 call about the fire...

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

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...

Community Transit Service Change: What You Need to Know

Community Transit Service Change: What You Need to Know

By AnhViet Nguyen February 2, 2012

Starting February 20, Community Transit will be cutting 20 percent of its bus service by adjusting all local routes and reducing frequency of buses. These service changes will likely impact all MTHS students...

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