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My Edmonds News TV: Artwork in Bloom on Edmonds Art Studio Tour

Larry Vogel dropped in on the artist studio of Heather McGilvray Saturday as part of 9th annual Edmonds Art Studio Tour. The tour continues Sunday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

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Artfully Edmonds special: Nick Baker in benefit concert this Saturday

Artfully Edmonds special: Nick Baker in benefit concert this Saturday

Saturday, Sept.  27 4 – 9 p.m. Nick Baker, Musician Wurlitzer Manor, Gig Harbor Local musician Nick Baker will be in the lead car as his friends and fans head to Gig Harbor to hear Nick perform in the United by Music (UBM) benefit concert on Saturday, Sept. 27 at a very exclusive location. And you’r... »

Edmonds Police Blotter through Sept. 20

Edmonds Police Blotter through Sept. 20

 Sept. 9 22700 block 96th Avenue West: Two women’s bicycles were stolen from a yard. 9600 block 220th Street Southwest: A clarinet was stolen from Westgate Elementary 20400 block 80th Avenue West: A suspect took the victim’s barbecue from his front yard for scrap metal, without asking the victim. Se... »

You can register to vote at Edmonds Library Tuesday, Sept. 23

You can register to vote at Edmonds Library Tuesday, Sept. 23

Tuesday, Sept. 23 is Voter Registration Day. Have you just turned 18? Have you recently had a change of address? Are you a new resident of Washington? Members of the League of Women Voters of Snohomish County will be at tables in local libraries at the following times to help with voter registration... »

Warriors Select Basketball boys feeder teams to hold tryouts Oct. 8 and 14

Warriors Select Basketball boys feeder teams to hold tryouts Oct. 8 and 14

The Warriors Boys Select Basketball feeder teams will hold tryouts on Wednesday, Oct. 8, and Tuesday, Oct. 14, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the Edmonds-Woodway High School gym. Warriors Select Basketball is a youth basketball program for boys in 5th through 8th grades who will be attending Edmonds-Woodway H... »

Scene in Edmonds: Scooting along on Art Studio Tour

Scene in Edmonds: Scooting along on Art Studio Tour

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City Public Works Director to speak at Edmonds Chamber luncheon Thursday

City Public Works Director to speak at Edmonds Chamber luncheon Thursday

City of Edmonds Public Works and Utilities Director Phil Williams will be the guest speaker at the Thursday, Sept. 25 Edmonds Chamber of Commerce luncheon, starting at 11 a.m. at Epulo Bistro. The topic is ongoing and upcoming Edmonds capital projects. Williams has an extensive history in public wor... »

More discussion on Westgate zoning changes at Tuesday’s Edmonds City Council meeting

The Edmonds City Council is scheduled to hold a work session Tuesday night on proposed changes to zoning of the Westgate commercial area. According tp the agenda posted on the City of Edmonds website, this will be “a follow-up discussion to the public hearing and Council discussion held in Aug... »

Edmonds, it’s scarecrow time

Edmonds, it’s scarecrow time

The first entrants in this year’s annual Edmonds Scarecrow Festival are beginning to show up on streetcorners, in front of homes and stores, and just about anywhere you can put a stake in the ground. It’s all part of the opening of this year’s Edmonds Scarecrow Festival, a communit... »

Call for Northwest School artwork, especially Guy Anderson

Call for Northwest School artwork, especially Guy Anderson

CALL FOR ART: Pieces by Northwest School artists Mark Tobey, Morris Graves, Guy Anderson, Helmi Jovonen and Kenneth Callahan are requested for a juried exhibition at the Edmonds Arts Festival Museum in November. The Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation, Edmonds Bookshop, and The Edmonds Arts Commission ... »

Edmonds Military Wire: Veterans benefit with new consumer innovation search

Edmonds Military Wire: Veterans benefit with new consumer innovation search

When veterans own or lead companies and small businesses, income inequality shrinks. Why? Because most veterans who have led teams understand that leaders eat last. Edison Nation, a company that offers multiple go-to-market strategies to get product ideas on store shelves, and veteran rehabilitation... »

Edmonds City Councilmember, family safe at home after being stranded during Los Cabos hurricane

Edmonds City Councilmember, family safe at home after being stranded during Los Cabos hurricane

What was supposed to be a relaxing vacation in Los Cabos turned into “quite an adventure” for Edmonds City Councilmember Adrienne Fraley-Monillas and her family, who were caught in the eye of the category 4 hurricane that devastated the Mexican resort area last week. Fraley-Monillas, her husband Dom... »

Scene in Edmonds: Delicious artwork

Scene in Edmonds: Delicious artwork

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Soroptomist Club sponsoring Shopping for a Cause event at Chico’s Sept. 25

Soroptomist Club sponsoring Shopping for a Cause event at Chico’s Sept. 25

Soroptomist International of Sno-King, committed to improving the lives of women and girls in the community, invites everyone to shop at Chico’s in Alderwood Mall this Thursday, Sept. 25. Ten percent of all proceeds from Chico’s sales that day will be donated to Soroptomist international... »

Edmonds School District offering surplus laptops to low-income students

Edmonds School District offering surplus laptops to low-income students

The Edmonds School District has a surplus of used but operable laptop computers available to low income students. The computers are no longer in service and have been replaced as part of the District’s technology equipment replacement cycle. These surplus computers are being provided to eligible Dis... »

Scene in Edmonds: Gull over Sunset

Scene in Edmonds: Gull over Sunset

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Recommended Reads: ‘The Rook’ an action-packed paranormal fantasy

Recommended Reads: ‘The Rook’ an action-packed paranormal fantasy

The Rook, by Daniel O’Malley This is a novel about adventures on her Majesty’s supernatural secret service, and the author telling the tale has an imagination with no limits. Anything and everything goes as these agents come up against unpredictable, supernatural foes and forces all requiring action... »

Getting up close and personal on Edmonds Art Studio Tour

Getting up close and personal on Edmonds Art Studio Tour

Watch Larry Vogel interview fabric artist Heather McGilvray on My Edmonds News TV here. Larry Vogel dropped in on an assortment of private artist studios Saturday as part of 9th annual Edmonds Art Studio Tour. The self-guided tour, which continues from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, is a once-a-year opportu... »

Scene in Edmonds: Testing out the Sunset Avenue walkway

Scene in Edmonds: Testing out the Sunset Avenue walkway

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Scene in Edmonds: Mayoral proclamation for Holy Rosary School’s golden anniversary

Scene in Edmonds: Mayoral proclamation for Holy Rosary School’s golden anniversary

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OT field goal lifts Mavs to 20-17 win over Warriors in annual Stadium Jam rivalry

OT field goal lifts Mavs to 20-17 win over Warriors in annual Stadium Jam rivalry

You can always count on some drama during the annual cross-town rivalry Stadium Jam football game between Edmonds-Woodway and Meadowdale, and Friday night was no exception. The Warriors and Mavericks went into overtime and Brett Schafer’s field goal provided the winning margin in a back-and-forth 20... »

Snohomish County Fire District 1 calls: Sept. 11-17

Snohomish County Fire District 1 calls: Sept. 11-17

Snohomish County Fire District 1 responded to 389 calls the week of Sept. 11-17: 293 emergency medical aid calls, 28 motor vehicle collisions, 28 fires, 22 service calls, 3 natural gas leaks and 15 automatic fire alarms. Sept. 11 APARTMENT FIRE: At 6:38 p.m., firefighters were called to an apartment... »

Edmonds Kind of Play: MOPS for preschoolers, soccer, Street Scramble and more

Edmonds Kind of Play: MOPS for preschoolers, soccer, Street Scramble and more

I know it rains here the majority of the year, but something about a beautiful summer erases all the memories of wet days spent indoors trying to entertain the kids. With our first taste of rain this school year, the reactions vary depending on what age your kids are. If you have really little ones,... »

Bird Lore: Bushtit

Bird Lore: Bushtit

Togetherness is the way of the Bushtit. It is a long-tailed, drab little bird that is highly gregarious except during nesting season. It has an overall grayish body with a brownish crown. Its eyes are the key to its sex. The female has noticeably yellow eyes and the male has dark eyes. You can see t... »

Friday morning power outage triggered by squirrel affects 2,600 PUD customers in Edmonds

About 2,600 Snohomish County PUD customers were without power in downtown Edmonds and the Westgate and Yost Park neighborhoods Friday morning, all because a squirrel ended up in utility district equipment, triggering an outage. Snohomish County PUD spokesman Neil Neroutsos said the outage was first ... »

Handwashing encouraged as enterovirus confirmed in two Seattle Children’s patients

Seattle Children’s Hospital announced Friday that two children have tested positive for Enterovirus D-68 (EV-D68). The children, whose names and cities of residence were not released, have preexisting health conditions that exacerbated their condition but were stable enough to be discharged from the... »

Author Joseph Flint to speak at EPIC on Monday

Author Joseph Flint to speak at EPIC on Monday

Author Joseph Flint visits the Edmonds Library on Monday at 11 a.m. to talk about his book, ‘Rescue from Innocence.’ The event is hosted by EPIC Group Writers as part of Monday morning writing group which meets at 10 a.m. Seating is limited to the first twenty people, so be advised to arrive early. ... »

Scene in Edmonds: Multi-chamber networking event

Scene in Edmonds: Multi-chamber networking event

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Cross-town rivals meet in ‘Jam the Stands’ game at Edmonds Stadium Friday night

Cross-town rivals meet in ‘Jam the Stands’ game at Edmonds Stadium Friday night

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Edmonds Beauty: Late-summer favorites to enjoy — Part 2

Edmonds Beauty: Late-summer favorites to enjoy — Part 2

Welcome to my late summer favorites, part 2: Skin care So for face wash, I’ve been using First Aid Beauty Face Cleanser. So many people have been raving about this for years but it wasn’t till May that I decided to jump on the bandwagon. It’s amazing, I couldn’t be any happier. For exfoliant, I’ve b... »

Meadowdale boys basketball feeder program hosts tryouts on Oct. 5

Meadowdale boys basketball feeder program hosts tryouts on Oct. 5

The Meadowdale Maverick Boys Feeder Program will have tryouts on Sunday, Oct. 5 at Meadowdale High School. The program is for players in grades 5-8. It is designed to give young players, who will be attending Meadowdale High School, the opportunity to play together and develop through the program’s ... »

Community Transit announces fall changes

Community Transit announces fall changes

Community Transit is adding new bus service this fall, the first non-grant-funded service improvements since 2009, as a result of to improving sales tax revenue, The agency is adding 7,500 hours of new bus service, while efficiency changes will redistribute another 6,000 hours of service on the stre... »

Edmonds Chamber of Commerce sets candidates forum for Oct. 6

Edmonds Chamber of Commerce sets candidates forum for Oct. 6

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce will present its 12th annual Candidates Forum on Monday, Oct. 6 from 7-9 p.m. at Edmonds City Council Chambers in the Public Safety Complex (located at 250 5th Avenue North in downtown Edmonds). Doors open at 6 p.m. for the public to mingle with candidates and enjoy r... »

My Edmonds Restaurant News: Edmonds kind of cuisine

My Edmonds Restaurant News: Edmonds kind of cuisine

I believe there is a secret culinary garden somewhere down near our Edmonds Ferry terminal. A plot tucked away, filled with rows of greens and herbs. All of the local cuisine in today’s column was filled with such fresh flavors that can only come right to the table from a local garden. My last “dinn... »

What’s next for Hutt Park trees? Arborist report expected next week, no suspect identified

What’s next for Hutt Park trees? Arborist report expected next week, no suspect identified

The City of Edmonds is working with a certified arborist to assess the extent of damage caused by a vandal who hacked at least 100 trees in the Seaview neighborhood’s Hutt Park in late August. According to City of Edmonds Parks Manager Rich Lindsay, the arborist has been spraying red paint on ... »

Edmonds Fashion: Usher in fall with neutral colors

Edmonds Fashion: Usher in fall with neutral colors

My Edmonds News is pleased to welcome our new Edmonds Fashion columnist, Joy Rai. At this time of year summer unofficially comes to an end, kids go back to school and as we transition, so should our wardrobe. Neutrals seem to be one of the fashion trends this fall, but knowing how to wear them can b... »

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