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Edmonds Happy Hour at Chanterelle’s new bar

Edmonds Happy Hour visits the newest bar in town: Chanterelle at 316 Main St. in downtown Edmonds. Featuring great cocktails, local liquors, and beer on tap, and a 4-6 p.m. Happy Hour Monday-Saturday. Watch as bartender Vanessa mixes up a Chanterelle specialty -- a Lemon Basil Drop.

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EPIC Group Travel Writers: The Bookshop in Venice

EPIC Group Travel Writers: The Bookshop in Venice

This is the second in a series of monthly stories by travel writers from EPIC Group Writers, an Edmonds non-profit organization whose mission is to support those who create, communicate and connect through cultural and artistic endeavors, especially the literary arts. On my first visit to Venice, I ... »

Scene in Edmonds: Cub Scouts make the news

Scene in Edmonds: Cub Scouts make the news

My Edmonds News hosted a group of first-grade Cub Scouts and their older siblings from several Edmonds elementary schools Saturday afternoon, helping them learn more about the news media on their way to earning a Tiger Badge. The group is led by Jared Johnson, Tiger Den Leader, Pack 300, based out o... »

Reminder: Zombie alert — ‘Walking Dead’ finale at Edmonds Theater Sunday

Reminder: Zombie alert — ‘Walking Dead’ finale at Edmonds Theater Sunday

The Walking Dead Season 5 Finale! Edmonds Theater 415 Main St. Sunday, March 29 8 p.m. It’s Free! It’s influenza season. One nasty little virus or another, it seems, is trying to catch us. Artfully Edmonds wants you to stay healthy. Arm yourself mentally with happy, carefree and positive thoughts. G... »

Travels without Charlize: More from Uruguay

Travels without Charlize: More from Uruguay

We discovered veterinary medicine in Uruguay is alive and well. The college of veterinary medicine was started in the second decade of the 20th century and is part of the Universidad de la Republica, the National University. It is the only veterinary school in the country. We found it while on one o... »

Floretum Garden Club offering scholarship to horticultural students

Each year, Floretum Garden Club of Edmonds offers a scholarship to a high school graduate, a community college student, or an individual planning a career in a horticultural field. The scholarship recipient may attend any community college, college, technical school or university in Washington state... »

Dine at Taco Time Sunday and benefit Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County

Dine at Taco Time Sunday and benefit Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County

Eat at any of these three South Snohomish County Taco Time restaurants on Sunday, March 29 and net proceeds from sales at all three locations will be donated to Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County. The locations are: Edmonds: 23904 Highway 99 Lynnwood: 4424 196th St. S.W. Martha Lake: 101... »

Edmonds Healthy Eating: Perfect for your Easter or Passover table — Quinoa Salad

Edmonds Healthy Eating: Perfect for your Easter or Passover table — Quinoa Salad

Passover and Easter are approaching and it is a time for family gatherings….which can mean a lot of overeating and rich foods. Here’s an easy, nutritious and healthy recipe for your holiday table. Feel free to substitute another grain as well as add additional vegetables. This recipe is ... »

Scene in Edmonds: No business like shoe business

Scene in Edmonds: No business like shoe business

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Scene in Edmonds: Another shot of that shoe, plus sunny day delights

Scene in Edmonds: Another shot of that shoe, plus sunny day delights

Denise Meade notes that she, too, saw the shoe on the piling and sent in her own shot from the other day (with bald eagles included). She also added a few more lovely photos taken along the waterfront, noting that the tulip shots are in the gardens at Anthony’s restaurant. »

Premera negligent in data breach, five lawsuits claim

Premera Blue Cross is facing five class-action lawsuits and continuing questions from top officials since the health insurer disclosed a major data breach last week. The suits, filed in U.S. District Court in Seattle on behalf of Premera customers from Washington, Nevada and Massachusetts, make simi... »

Rotary Club of Edmonds Daybreakers to host annual Easter Egg Hunt April 4

Rotary Club of Edmonds Daybreakers to host annual Easter Egg Hunt April 4

On Saturday, April 4, the Rotary Club of Edmonds Daybreakers will be hosting the Edmonds Easter Egg Hunt at the Francis Anderson Field, 700 Main St. Kids from 3 to 10 years old are welcome to join the fun of hunting for their share of thousands of chocolate eggs, candy and special prizes. Festivitie... »

Scene in Edmonds: Someone lose a shoe?

Scene in Edmonds: Someone lose a shoe?

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Bird Lore: Barn Swallow

Bird Lore: Barn Swallow

The flowing, graceful flight of the Barn Swallow, with its long forked tail, is a hallmark of summer. Many enjoy watching it feed over water and open areas. In summer the Barn Swallow is widespread across North America, Europe and Asia. It winters in South America and southern Africa. Look for it in... »

From the Publisher’s Desk: True confessions about the lousy job I do

From the Publisher’s Desk: True confessions about the lousy job I do

For the past five years, I have been able to wake up each day and say, without reservation, that I love my job. I’m able to write about the community where I’ve lived for 30 years, where neighbors and friends kept a watchful eye as my kids grew up and celebrated their transition into suc... »

Lynnwood Rotary honors Scriber Lake High School’s Bowker, Cliff and author Ricks for Write to Right program

Lynnwood Rotary honors Scriber Lake High School’s Bowker, Cliff and author Ricks for Write to Right program

Scriber Lake High School teacher Marjie Bowker and principal Kathy Cliff and author Ingrid Ricks were honored and recognized with a Paul Harris Fellow from the Rotary Club of Lynnwood on Thursday. The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute or who have contributions ma... »

Edmonds Police Blotter, March 19-26

Edmonds Police Blotter, March 19-26

March 19 900 block Spruce Street: Police received a report of a woman yelling at a man and causing a disturbance. March 20 22500 Highway 99: A man reported the theft of his cell phone after he accidentally left it at the check stand of a business. March 21 23600 Highway 99: A suspect was taken into ... »

Prep sports roundup: Boys and girls track

Prep sports roundup: Boys and girls track

Prep track results from Snohomish High School Thursday Boys team scores: Glacier Peak 90.5, Oak Harbor 87.5; Oak Harbor 90, Edmonds-Woodway 87; Glacier Peak 90.5, Edmonds-Woodway 80.5 110 hurdles—Jared Gray (OH) 17.17; 100—Sterling Mahan (EW) 11.61; 1,600—John Rodeheffer (OH) 4:20.94; 400 relay—Glac... »

Scene in Edmonds: Nesting instinct, continued…

Scene in Edmonds: Nesting instinct, continued…

Regarding the photos of the bird’s nest that Bob Rinehart recently found in one of his outdoor chairs, he followed up Friday with the following photo of one of the “nesters” in question. Let the identifications commence! »

Edmonds Kind of Play: Lego lovers can rejoice at Edmonds Library Saturday

Edmonds Kind of Play: Lego lovers can rejoice at Edmonds Library Saturday

There’s not a kid house I know that doesn’t have Legos in it. They are so ubiquitous that per the Lego website, if you passed out every Lego on earth, each person would have 86 of their very own bricks. While I don’t think I played with Legos as a kid, the little girls in my life all like Legos, mea... »

Maplewood 3rd graders tie for first place in final Sno-Isle Reading Challenge

Maplewood 3rd graders tie for first place in final Sno-Isle Reading Challenge

The Black Box Theatre in Edmonds rocked Wednesday evening as seven teams competed in the finals of the Sno-Isle Libraries Mega-Fun, Biblio-Trivia, Rockem-Sockem Third Grade Reading Challenge. The top-scoring teams, which tied for championship title, were Edmonds’ own Maplewood Royal Readers an... »

Michael Reagan: ‘Going above and beyond for others’

Michael Reagan: ‘Going above and beyond for others’

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Prep girls sports roundup: Warriors lose to Terrace in softball, down Hawks in tennis

Prep girls sports roundup: Warriors lose to Terrace in softball, down Hawks in tennis

With the score tied at 13 in the bottom of the eighth inning, Mountlake Terrace Hawk Hannah Wilcox wasn’t necessarily looking to be a hero; the Terrace senior was trying to “just hit the ball square.” Wilcox got a pitch that she liked from Edmonds-Woodway Warrior Kyra Collingridge and not only hit i... »

Overall ASB revenues at Edmonds School District high schools steady; student stores and vending machines down

Overall ASB revenues at Edmonds School District high schools steady; student stores and vending machines down

There was good news and bad news about Associated Student Body (ASB) revenues at the four high schools in the Edmonds School District. District Executive Director of Business and Operations Stewart Mhyre reported that overall ASB revenues are up from last year at this time but school store and vendi... »

St. Alban’s Episcopal Church announces its Holy Week schedule

Here’s the church schedule for Holy Week, starting this Sunday, March 29.Palm Sunday worship at 8 and 10:30 a.m. April 1, Tenebrae at 7 p.m. The distinctive ceremony of Tenebrae (Latin for “shadows” or “darkness”) is the gradual extinguishing of candles while a series o... »

Welcome Chanterelle, our newest sponsor

Welcome Chanterelle, our newest sponsor

When Chanterelle in downtown Edmonds announced the opening of its brand-new bar and Happy Hour menu, My Edmonds News was thrilled that the restaurant entrusted us with the production of a new Happy Hour video aimed at showcasing their new venture. Even more appropriate was Chanterelle’s decisi... »

Senator Cantwell introduces bill to toughen oil tank car rules

Senator Cantwell introduces bill to toughen oil tank car rules

U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-Washington) was joined by Senate Democrats including Washington Senator Patty Murray in supporting a bill that would ban older style tank cars from carrying crude oil anywhere in the United State. Oil train traffic is a growing issue in Edmonds. Up to three trains per ... »

Clean out your medicine cabinets, Snohomish County Sheriff urges

Clean out your medicine cabinets, Snohomish County Sheriff urges

Snohomish County is at “the epicenter” of heroin use in Washington state, County Sheriff Ty Trenary told members of the Lynnwood Chamber of Commerce during their monthly networking breakfast Thursday. One key to solving the problem? Ridding our medicine cabinets of all unused opiate-base... »

Edmonds School Board briefed on new response policy for violent intruders

Edmonds School Board briefed on new response policy for violent intruders

The Edmonds School District is planning to adopt a new response policy to deal with potential violent intruders. District staff briefed the Board of Directors on the changes during Tuesday’s Board meeting. The current practice when faced with a violent intruder is to go into a lockdown in which stud... »

City hearing examiner gets earful as nearly 30 testify about Woodway field project

City hearing examiner gets earful as nearly 30 testify about Woodway field project

After listening to the testimony of nearly 30 people during a two-and-a-half hour public hearing Thursday afternoon, City of Edmonds Hearing Examiner Phil Olbrechts admitted to the crowd filling the city council chambers that the proposal before him — to issue variances for a sports fields com... »

Can you provide a home for Toby?

Can you provide a home for Toby?

Toby is a very friendly, young, playful and handsome Brindle Pit Bull Terrier who is available for adoption. He’s approximately 1 or 2 years old, seems to be great with kids and other dogs. It’s unknown yet if he gets along well with cats. He already knows certain commands and will do al... »

Edmonds School District Board hears from opponents of ‘recycled tire’ turf fields

Edmonds School District Board hears from opponents of ‘recycled tire’ turf fields

The Edmonds School District Board of Directors heard plenty of opposition to the District’s plans to install two artificial turf fields at the former Woodway High School site. During the public comment period at Tuesday’s Board meeting, residents, parents and students voiced concerns about the poten... »

Artfully Edmonds: Marjorie Bruce at Edmonds Arts Foundation Gallery, plus dance, theatre, ECA favorites

Artfully Edmonds: Marjorie Bruce at Edmonds Arts Foundation Gallery, plus dance, theatre, ECA favorites

Feel the chill? Last week Artfully Edmonds celebrated the approaching spring, but as a longtime resident of the Pacific Northwest, I can fully appreciate the rejoinder, “The coldest winter I ever experienced was the summer I spent in Puget Sound.” So we’ve decided to keep it indoors this week with c... »

Welcome to our newest advertiser: Edmonds United Methodist Church

Welcome to our newest advertiser: Edmonds United Methodist Church

My Edmonds News welcomes to our newest advertiser: Edmonds United Methodist Church, offering Holy Week services starting with Palm Sunday March 29 through Easter Sunday April 5. You can learn more about Holy Week church services here. The church is located at 828 Caspers in downtown Edmonds.   ... »

Sponsor Spotlight: Tips for learning to memorize quickly

Sponsor Spotlight: Tips for learning to memorize quickly

What happens if you are an actor or singer and someone says, “Hey here’s your chance – go for it. Learn this new song or monologue by tomorrow.” How are you going to learn it so completely that you won’t stumble in the audition or performance? In yet another of our Spon... »

Prep sports preview: Senior-laden E-W boys soccer team opens league play Friday

Prep sports preview: Senior-laden E-W boys soccer team opens league play Friday

Led by 11 seniors including Griffin Small, one of the best high school and club goalkeepers on the west side of the state, the Edmonds-Woodway boys soccer team is looking to be much improved this spring. “We’re a lot closer than usual,” Small said of his teammates. “We have a lot more experience wit... »

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