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Artfully Edmonds: It’s time to ‘fall forward’ with arts events

Artfully Edmonds: It’s time to ‘fall forward’ with arts events

This week’s column is particularly exciting to write because of the cavalcade of headliner events taking place on Edmonds’ sidewalks, streets, and stages in the upcoming weeks. “Fall Forward!” is such an easy task, when going into autumn offers so much. Artfully Edmonds promised, as October crept in... »

Edmonds scenics: Sunset extravaganza

Edmonds scenics: Sunset extravaganza

As photographer David Carlos said, it never gets old. Here are sunset photos from Wednesday: »

Prep volleyball: Hawks down Warriors 3-1

Prep volleyball: Hawks down Warriors 3-1

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Reminder: Magical Halloween planned for downtown Edmonds, including Elsa from ‘Frozen’

Reminder: Magical Halloween planned for downtown Edmonds, including Elsa from ‘Frozen’

Are you ready for Halloween Trick-or-Treat Night in downtown Edmonds? It’s happening from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31, and it’s free. The festivities, sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, include plenty of treats courtesy of Edmonds merchants and a costume contest for people and pe... »

Reminder from Superintendent Brossoit regarding student marijuana use

Reminder from Superintendent Brossoit regarding student marijuana use

October 29, 2014 Dear Families: I received a call from a school principal; he had just met with a student who was in possession of marijuana at school. The principal had the parent come in for a meeting to discuss the matter. The first thing the parent said upon entering the principal’s office with ... »

PNWA literary judge Darcy Carson visits EPIC this Monday

PNWA literary judge Darcy Carson visits EPIC this Monday

EPIC welcomes award-winning writer Darcy Carson to the Edmonds Library on Monday at 11 a.m. as part of the speakers series. Seating is limited to the first twenty people and takes place after Monday morning writing group which meets at 10 a.m. Carson is a trustee of Pacific Northwest Writers Associa... »

Scene in Edmonds: winning chef Erin Coopey

Scene in Edmonds: winning chef Erin Coopey

Last night at Edmonds PCC Cooks, chef Erin Coopey brought her Spanish Seasonal Table to a packed class of foodies. Coopey also shared the inside scoop about her recent win on ‘Guy’s Grocery Games‘ with host Guy Fieri and the challenge of making her paprika sauce chocolate cakes wit... »

Debi Humann trial Day 3, Wednesday

First posted at 9 a.m. and updated throughout the day. Note that we have added Gary Haakenson testimony that occurred late Wednesday. Back in court for Debi Humann civil trial vs. City of Edmonds and former Mayor Mike Cooper. Cooper expected to continue testimony, followed by former Edmonds Mayor Ga... »

Information-packed council study session touches on 2015 budget, capital projects and much more

Information-packed council study session touches on 2015 budget, capital projects and much more

The Edmonds City Council continued with its study session format Tuesday night (study sessions now alternate with regular meetings) and the result was a lot of data presented quickly on a variety of topics. The council did take action on a few items that included confirming Tom Walker to the Positio... »

EWHS volleyball celebrates Senior Night

EWHS volleyball celebrates Senior Night

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Richard Thompson wows ECA crowd with lush playing style

Richard Thompson wows ECA crowd with lush playing style

While Saturday night’s windstorm was battering the city, those inside the Edmonds Center for the Arts were being blown away by the sound and fury of Richard Thompson’s guitar. Opening with the bitter tale of heartbreak, “When the Spell Is Broken,” all the more haunting with an echo effect, Thompson ... »

Shoreline CC’s Global Affairs Center to present program on China-Japan relations Thursday

Shoreline CC’s Global Affairs Center to present program on China-Japan relations Thursday

The Global Affairs Center at Shoreline Community College, directed by Edmonds resident Larry Fuell, will sponsor a presentation Thursday on Chinese-Japanese Relations in a New World Order. The lunchtime Global Eyes series presentation Thursday, Oct. 30 will feature speaker Sam Shepherd, Senior Advis... »

Police pursuit of stolen vehicle leads to car crash; burglary evidence recovered

For the second night in a row, the driver of a stolen car led Edmonds police on a brief pursuit. Only this time — on Monday evening — the suspect got away after crashing the vehicle at 230th Street Southwest and Highway 99. According to Edmonds police spokesman Sgt. Mark Marsh, the incid... »

Block Watch: burglaries and crimes reported Oct.20-27

Block Watch: burglaries and crimes reported Oct.20-27

The image reflects selected area crime data for the period Oct. 20-27, 2014. For a more complete listing, see CrimeMapping. »

Humann trial continues today, Tuesday

My Edmonds News is in the courtroom and will continue to post updates as they happen. 9:45 am: Opening statements concluded, plaintiff calls first witness, former Director of Economic Development Stephen Clifton. Questions centering on Mayor Cooper’s exec asst Kim Cole’s absences from th... »

Prep football: Late field goal sinks Warriors

Prep football: Late field goal sinks Warriors

Glacier Peak’s Spencer Pettit kicked a 45-yard field goal as time expired Monday night, lifting the visiting Grizzlies to a 20-17 victory over the Warriors of Edmonds-Woodway. Pettit, who earlier made a 56-yarder to end the first half, put the final touches on a game that saw multiple lead changes a... »

Prep girls soccer: After 2 OTs, Warriors-Shorewood matchup ends in 2-2 draw

Prep girls soccer: After 2 OTs, Warriors-Shorewood matchup ends in 2-2 draw

In soccer, it’s often said it’s not about the shots you take, but rather the shots you make. For the first three-fourths of Monday’s girls’ game against Shorewood, the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors had taken three-fourths of the shots on goal, yet found themselves trailing 1-0. “We controlled the b... »

Attorneys for Humann, City, Cooper make their case on day 1 of federal trial

Attorneys for Humann, City, Cooper make their case on day 1 of federal trial

Attorneys for the City of Edmonds and former Edmonds Mayor Mike Cooper squared off against those representing Debi Humann in U.S. District Court in downtown Seattle Monday, on the first day of what is expected to be a three-week civil trial. Humann, the city’s former human resources director, ... »

Edmonds’ own Bob Ernst builds legacy rowing program at UW

Edmonds’ own Bob Ernst builds legacy rowing program at UW

  Bob Ernst knew it was a rare opportunity 40 years ago: A chance to coach in one of the country’s most prestigious rowing programs. After joining the University of Washington rowing program as an assistant coach in 1974, Ernst six years later became only the second non-UW alum head coach... »

Reality show features scenes at The Loft

Reality show features scenes at The Loft

The Loft Café & Courtyard owner Niko Raptis provided a hot tip that ‘Prison Wives Club,’ debuting Tuesday on the Lifetime channel at 10 p.m., features scenes shot at his Edmonds restaurant and bar. Check out the reality series and see if you recognize any area sights. »

Agenda for Edmonds City Council Tuesday work session

The Edmonds City Council will hold a study session Tuesday night, with the following items set to be presented: – Annual Edmonds School District report by Superintendent Nick Brossoit. – Public hearing on an ordinance designating the Schumacher Building, 316 Main St., for inclusion on th... »

Scene in Edmonds: Red Twig barista winners

Scene in Edmonds: Red Twig barista winners

At a recent barista competition at Cafe Javasti in Seattle, Red Twig baristas Steven Lindquist and Rob Kleine took first and second place. Stop by Red Twig to try out our local latte talent. »

Humann trial — Monday afternoon session

We’re switching to direct posting due to courtroom wireless issues. Humann’s attorney went first with opening statement and noted that Humann “questioned power and privilege and paid a serious price.” City’s attorney, Jayne Freeman, in her opening statement described Hu... »

Valerie Claypool leaving Edmonds Chamber of Commerce

My Edmonds News received an announcement Monday morning that Valerie Claypool is leaving her position as Edmonds Chamber of Commerce Membership & Events Director. The departure of Claypool, a long-time Chamber ambassador, business owner and community booster, took many by surprise. We will provi... »

Humann trial underway Monday morning

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Humann trial set to start Monday morning; My Edmonds News will be filing reports

The case of former City of Edmonds Human Resources Director Debi Humann against the City of Edmonds and former Edmonds Mayor Mike Cooper is scheduled for jury trial on Monday, Oct. 27 in U.S. Federal Court in Seattle. Plaintiff Humann has named the City of Edmonds and Cooper as defendants. She alleg... »

Edmonds scenic: Watching for whales

Edmonds scenic: Watching for whales

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Edmonds School District Superintendent hosts first of four community meetings on Wednesday

Edmonds School District Superintendent hosts first of four community meetings on Wednesday

Edmonds School District Superintendent Nick Brossoit is hosting a parents/community meeting at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 29 at Meadowdale High School Theater. Other meetings are scheduled at the district’s three other high schools in November. All meetings are scheduled at 7 p.m. This is the schedule:... »

Sound Live Sports Network to broadcast girls soccer, football games Monday night

Sound Live Sports Network to broadcast girls soccer, football games Monday night

The Sound Live Sports Network, which provides live streaming of Edmonds School District sports, is presenting a soccer and football doubleheader on Monday night at Edmonds Stadium. At 5:15 p.m., SLSN will broadcast the Edmonds-Woodway High School girls soccer match vs. Shorewood, followed by the 7:3... »

Scene in Edmonds: Let the carving begin

Scene in Edmonds: Let the carving begin

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Police give chase and capture suspected car thief — next to police station

It didn’t take long for Edmonds police to nab a suspected car thief who led them on a brief pursuit by car from the Edmonds Highway 99 Dollar Store to Mountlake Terrace Sunday night. The suspect bailed from the stolen vehicle “and was apprehended by officers and K9 Hobbs after a brief fo... »

Scene in Edmonds: Classroom in the forest

Scene in Edmonds: Classroom in the forest

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Meadowdale 5th grade boys basketball feeder team has a few openings

Meadowdale 5th grade boys basketball feeder team has a few openings

The Meadowdale Maverick Boys Feeder Program 5th grade basketball team has a few roster spots remaining. The Meadowdale Basketball Program is designed to give young players who will be attending Meadowdale High School the opportunity to play together and develop through the program’s system. Th... »

Edmonds Military Wire: Events honoring veterans in November

Edmonds Military Wire: Events honoring veterans in November

President Woodrow Wilson certainly had a surprise awaiting him after his re-election in 1916. He barely defeated his opponent running on the campaign slogan, “He kept us out of war,” only to be dragged into war with Germany in April 1917. World War I was brutal and the sacrifices great. And Wilson k... »

Meet the new Edmonds business: Satya Yoga

Meet the new Edmonds business: Satya Yoga

As a service to the business community, My Edmonds News features new businesses opening in our area. If you want to be included, email advertising@myedmondsnews.com. There is no charge for this service. Business name: Satya Yoga Products and/or services: Group yoga classes, workshops and personalize... »

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