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Men’s basketball team honors late Mayor Jerry Smith

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

February 10, 2019

The men’s basketball team here at Terrace is honoring the late Mountlake Terrace Mayor Jerry Smith, who was a longtime supporter of youth programs in Mountlake Terrace and throughout Snohomish County. The players on the team will wear patches with the initials “JS” throughout the rest of the 2018...

Hawks fall to Marysville-Pilchuck 53-45, fall to 8-2 overall

Hawks fall to Marysville-Pilchuck 53-45, fall to 8-2 overall

By Kennedy Cooper, Sports Co-Editor

January 10, 2019

The Hawks suffered a tough loss on Monday, January 7 to the Marysville Pilchuck Tomahawks, the only undefeated 3A team in Wesco, 51-42. The Tomahawks offense was firing on all cylinders scoring 18 points in the first quarter and 17 points in the second quarter. The leading scorer for the Tomahaw...

Permanent city hall for Mountlake Terrace approved

Permanent city hall for Mountlake Terrace approved

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

January 19, 2018

On Nov. 7, 2017, voters in Mountlake Terrace approved Proposition 1 to fund a new and permanent City Hall with a 69.55 percent yes vote. Since 2008, the city has been renting space for about $40,000 a month from Redstone Corporate Center to fulfill City Hall functions. The city had to vacate the old ...

Hawks battle Mavericks in 100th game, improve to 14-1

By Sarah Davis, Sports Co-Editor

January 17, 2018

Friday January 12th, 2018 marks the 100th game between the Meadowdale Mavericks and the Mountlake Terrace Hawks and the pressure was on for the Hawks and the Mavericks as the stands were packed. Meadowdale put up a tough fight, but the Hawks were victorious with a final score of 65-50. The Hawks pl...

ESD replacement levy to appear on February ballot

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

December 26, 2017

The Edmonds School District (ESD) will hold an election Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, for a ballot measure to raise a Replacement School Programs and Operations Levy. The levy would directly fund classrooms across the district and support programs for ESD students. It will carry the title of “Proposition No....

Libraries seek additional funding to maintain services

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief

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 for libraries serving Snohomish and Island counties. The vote took place at a regular Board of Tru...

Terrace Women’s Soccer drop game to Everett, lose 5-4

Terrace Women’s Soccer drop game to Everett, lose 5-4

By Teresa Bonilla, TEMPO Graphics and Design Editor

September 18, 2017

Senior Julia Hart led the Terrace girls varsity soccer team with a hat trick in their first game of the regular season on Thursday, Sept. 14. However the team fell short against the Everett Seagulls as the game finished 4-5 after going into overtime. The first half began energetically with th...

Hawks fall 3-1 in third match of the season

Hawks fall 3-1 in third match of the season

By Benjamin Eyman, Co-Editor in Chief

September 14, 2017

Last Tuesday night, the Hawks women’s soccer team fell to the Lynnwood Royals 3-1 at Edmonds Stadium. The game started off strong for the Hawks as in the eighth minute; forward Julia Hart scored to put the Hawks in the lead. In an interview with Doug Petrowski for MLTnews.com, Lynnwood Coach Mark ...

Sit in with Jazz 1 at Essentially Ellington – a 360° experience

Sit in with Jazz 1 at Essentially Ellington – a 360° experience

By Praditha Halstad, Staff

May 23, 2017

Thanks to some nifty coordination between the Hawkeye and the trombone section of Jazz 1, now  you, too, can sit in with the band as they perform at the Essentially Ellington Jazz Festival at Jazz at Lincoln Center on Saturday, May 13, 2017. Look around. Check out the other sections. Take direction...

Police find no explosive devices following two bomb threats

Police find no explosive devices following two bomb threats

By Nick Fiorillo, Stephi Smith, and Paxtyn Merten

December 4, 2014

Police found no explosive devices after two bomb threats caused an evacuation of MTHS earlier this afternoon. Scheduled events for tonight will go on as planned, and school will take place as planned tomorrow, according to Assistant Principal Peter Schurke. The attendance office received two calls...

Police: two separate occasions of child luring reported in MLT

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

November 19, 2014

Two separate occasions of attempted child luring have police and school administrators on alert. According to police, on Oct. 23, a group of high school girls walking home were stopped on 236th St. and 48th Ave. by a someone described as an older white male with an Russian or European accent driving...

MTHS graduate witnesses SPU shooting: ‘he aimed the gun at us’

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

June 6, 2014

Updated June 6, 8:50 a.m. A 19-year-old male student was killed and two others were injured on Thursday when a gunman opened fire at Seattle Pacific University. The suspect has been identified as Aaron Ybarra, 26, a Mountlake Terrace resident. The Seattle Times reports that a 20-year-old wo...

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