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A letter from Edmonds Schools Superintendent Brossoit:  We’ll work together to keep our schools safe

A letter from Edmonds Schools Superintendent Brossoit: We’ll work together to keep our schools safe

October 25, 2014 Dear Edmonds School District Families – Over the last 24 hours, each of us in our own way has been processing the tragedy that occurred at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. Our hearts and prayers go out to the families and that community. A team of school counselors and psychologists... »

Happening nearby: Manhunt on for Lynnwood murder suspect

Happening nearby: Manhunt on for Lynnwood murder suspect

Detectives with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office are asking for the public’s help to locate 23-year-old Encarnacion “EJ” Salas for second degree murder. Salas is believed to have assaulted a 42-year-old man in Lynnwood late last night. The victim died at the scene. Salas is 5-foot-11, 185 pound... »

Prep football: Meadowdale blanks Shorecrest 48-0

Prep football: Meadowdale blanks Shorecrest 48-0

Senior Malik Braxton caught a pass for a touchdown and returned an interception for a score as Meadowdale demolished Shorecrest 48-0 in a Wesco 3A South football game Friday night at Shoreline Stadium. The Mavericks (6-0 in the league, 7-1 overall) scored 24 points in the first quarter. Rory Spillum... »

Public’s help sought in finding Mountlake Terrace girl missing since Oct. 1

Public’s help sought in finding Mountlake Terrace girl missing since Oct. 1

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is helping Mountlake Terrace Police look for Samantha Harrison, who has been missing since Oct. 1 from Mountlake Terrace. Here is her information: DOB: Jul 3, 1999 Age Now: 15 Sex: Female Race: White Hair Color: Sandy Eye Color: Green Height: 5-... »

Artfully Edmonds brief: Fullness Circles appoints Schaefer communications director

Artfully Edmonds brief: Fullness Circles appoints Schaefer communications director

Manya Vee, co-owner of MaJe Gallery on Main Street and director of “The Fullness Circles Foundation,” announces the appointment of artist Suzanne Schaefer as communications director. “The Fullness Circle Foundation is excited to welcome Suzanne aboard . . . She has been very enthusiastic about the F... »

Scene in Edmonds: A purr-fect evening at museum gala

Scene in Edmonds: A purr-fect evening at museum gala

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Bird Lore: Bonaparte’s Gull

Bird Lore: Bonaparte’s Gull

Nimble, active, and social describe our Bonaparte’s Gull, which is frequently seen on the Edmonds waterfront in fall, winter and spring. This is the smallest gull that is usually seen in North America. It winters along all three coasts of the Lower 48. Its size and delicate flight bring to min... »

Scene in Edmonds: Voted for your favorite scarecrow yet?

Scene in Edmonds: Voted for your favorite scarecrow yet?

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Edmonds Healthy Eating: Nutritious and delicious butternut squash

Edmonds Healthy Eating: Nutritious and delicious butternut squash

Right now we are in winter squash season! I’m not just talking about all of the pumpkins we see around town. Go to any market right now and you’ll notice that there are many varieties of delectable, hard-shelled squash available in our area. Many of them might seem new to you since the n... »

First responders in South Snohomish County gear up to meet Ebola threat

First responders in South Snohomish County gear up to meet Ebola threat

In response to the worldwide Ebola threat, Snohomish County health and emergency response officials have put new procedures and specialized equipment in place, provided special training to response crews, and are closely coordinating with hospitals and personnel from neighboring jurisdictions, all t... »

Edmonds School District offers support to staff, students following Marysville school shooting

Edmonds School District Superintendent Nick Brossoit on Friday sent the following letter to staff following the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School Friday morning: October 24, 2014 Dear Colleagues: Today there was a shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School. The media is providing updates;... »

Edmonds-Woodway vs. Glacier Peak football game postponed due to school shootings

The Friday, Oct. 24 Edmonds-Woodway High School varsity football game with Glacier Peak High School at Edmonds District Stadium was been postponed due to the school shootings at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. The game has been rescheduled for next Monday, Oct. 27 at 7:30 p.m. at Edmonds Stadium. A... »

Scene in Edmonds: Rotarians gather at Gallagher’s

Scene in Edmonds: Rotarians gather at Gallagher’s

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Edmonds Kind of Play: Ready, set — Halloween events start this Saturday

Edmonds Kind of Play: Ready, set — Halloween events start this Saturday

I am all for getting as much out of a costume as possible. Whether you made it or overspent on it, most costumes feel like a bit of a waste if you don’t use ‘em more than once. If you agree, you are in luck as there are so many local things to do with the kids. We will do three events in costume thi... »

Clothes For Kids raises more than $6,000 at Brew and Bluegrass fundraiser

Clothes For Kids raises more than $6,000 at Brew and Bluegrass fundraiser

Stillwater Hill Bluegrass Band performs at Clothes For Kids Brew & Bluegrass fundraiser. (Photos courtesy of Clothes For Kids) Thanks to the support of more than 200 community members, sponsors, and vendors, Clothes For Kids raised more than $6,000 at last week’s Brew & Bluegrass event at th... »

Edmonds scenic: Sunset parfait

Edmonds scenic: Sunset parfait

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From the Edmonds Mayor: The draw of Edmonds

From the Edmonds Mayor: The draw of Edmonds

We all rave about the quality of life in Edmonds. We all have our own view of what makes the quality. My guess is we all have some similar and some dissimilar views of what constitutes quality, and yet, we all know we live in a special place. It could be the waterfront; our many parks; the hustle an... »

Scene in Edmonds: Up, up and away

Scene in Edmonds: Up, up and away

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Ask the Edmonds Vet: Cats and rabies

Ask the Edmonds Vet: Cats and rabies

My cat never goes out of doors, why does she need a rabies vaccination? Historically dogs are most commonly associated with biting humans and transmitting rabies. It is now clear that in the U.S. cats are more often diagnosed with rabies than dogs. The number of verified cases of rabies in cats has ... »

Prep volleyball: Warriors come up short against Shorewood

Prep volleyball: Warriors come up short against Shorewood

The Edmonds-Woodway High School girls volleyball team came into Thursday night’s first-place match-up with Shorewood hoping to extend its win streak to seven. Instead it was the visiting Thunderbirds extending their streak to nine as Shorewood swept Edmonds-Woodway 25-16, 25-17 and 25-17 “We just go... »

Edmonds Fashion: It’s fall, and time for sweaters, boots and capes

Edmonds Fashion: It’s fall, and time for sweaters, boots and capes

Autumn is my favorite season of the year. Besides the beautiful changing of leaves, it’s sweater season. Those who know me can assure you that I love sweaters in all shapes, sizes and colors. Wearing knits makes you feel like you’re cocooned in a warm cozy blanket without actually looking like... »

Recommended Reads: A thriller with a Shakespearan twist

Recommended Reads: A thriller with a Shakespearan twist

The Book of Air and Shadows, by Michael Gruber What if your day at work has turned into your worst nightmare, and out of the ashes of that terrible day you discover you’ve found a clue to the location of an unknown play by Shakespeare? Is this your silver lining? What would a Shakespeare scholar do ... »

New on My Edmonds News TV: David  Jaffe speaks about Swedish Edmonds expansion

New on My Edmonds News TV: David Jaffe speaks about Swedish Edmonds expansion

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Edmonds to get on the map of major NW artists

Edmonds to get on the map of major NW artists

Many international art lovers can name the big four of the Northwest School: Mark Tobey, Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan and Guy Anderson. But not everyone knows three of those major artists lived and worked in Edmonds. Until now. The role of Edmonds as a major player in the Northwest School is abou... »

How to easily prepare your yard for winter

How to easily prepare your yard for winter

Stumped by the idea of preparing your yard for winter? Luckily, the answer is easy: Hire a graduate of the Edmonds Community College Horticulture Department. The college website lists graduates who have the chops to get your landscaping job done quickly and correctly. See the list of available gradu... »

Marketing for Introverts author Lois Brandt to speak Monday at EPIC

Marketing for Introverts author Lois Brandt to speak Monday at EPIC

EPIC Group Writers welcomes author Lois Brandt on Monday as part of the speakers series in the Edmonds Library at 11 a.m. The event is free, although seating is limited to the first 20 people. Brandt’s talk, ‘Marketing for Introverts:Theme,’ is for writers considering publishing th... »

Edmonds School District to explore providing sound enhancement systems for all classrooms

Edmonds School District to explore providing sound enhancement systems for all classrooms

The Edmonds School District will look further into potentially providing sound enhancement systems for all classrooms throughout the District. The Board of Directors supported the District’s desire to incorporate the technology that currently is being used by some schools. District Instructional Tec... »

Edmonds School District Jazz Symposium set for Saturday

Edmonds School District Jazz Symposium set for Saturday

Jazz lovers in the community are invited to attend the Edmonds School District Jazz Symposium in the Mountlake Terrace High School Theater this Saturday, Oct. 25, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. This event is free but you are welcome to make a nominal donation. This event consists of local Big Bands (hig... »

Happening nearby: Christmas Garage Sale event starts this weekend

Happening nearby: Christmas Garage Sale event starts this weekend

Judith Browning sent along this flier from the Shoreline-area Hair Brokers Salon that has served the Shoreline/Edmonds area for more than 30 years, and is hosting a Christmas Garage Sale event this weekend and next. “Each Christmas, they have done extensive decorating but will no longer be doi... »

Edmonds hydro on way to Qatar

Edmonds hydro on way to Qatar

The Miss Peters and May, our local unlimited hydroplane, is entering the Mediterranean Sea on its way to the final race of the 2014 season in Doha, Qatar. The boat left Charleston, S.C. a little over two weeks ago for the adventure. Owner Scott Raney told My Edmonds News that our local boat, along w... »

Artfully Edmonds: A most memorable opening for Cascade Symphony Orchestra; Halloween in high gear

Artfully Edmonds: A most memorable opening for Cascade Symphony Orchestra; Halloween in high gear

This has been an exhilarating week for Edmonds’ stages with wonderful reviews coming in for both playhouses and a memorable and celebratory opening of the 53rd Season for Cascade Symphony Orchestra (CSO). I was in the audience making new friends with frequent patrons Dorothy, Audrey and Carol as oth... »

Clearing the way for Saturday’s volunteer planting event at the Edmonds Marsh

Clearing the way for Saturday’s volunteer planting event at the Edmonds Marsh

Crews from EarthCorps were out on Wednesday getting ready for this Saturday’s volunteer habitat enhancement event at the Edmonds Marsh. Hosted by EarthCorps and the City of Edmonds, citizen volunteers will replant the buffer area adjacent to Harbor Square with native shrubs and groundcover pla... »

Fire District 1 Chief says retroactive pay amount should have been expected

Fire District 1 Chief says retroactive pay amount should have been expected

Snohomish County Fire District 1 Chief Ed Widdis says the recent flap over the district’s retroactive billing for its union employees showcases the importance of creating some type of regionalized fire service. “What I‘ve always said about these contracts is they were a Band-Aid,” Widdis said of the... »

Artfully Edmonds brief: Driftwood directors honored with Gregory Awards

Artfully Edmonds brief: Driftwood directors honored with Gregory Awards

On Monday night, Edmonds Driftwood Players President Carissa Meisner Smit and Treasurer Kathleen Huston attended the Gregory Awards at the Moore Theater in Seattle. “We were there to support our TIPs technical director (TD) Roger Huston, and his partner in crime Doug Staley,” Kathleen Huston s... »

Scene in Edmonds: Rotary District Governor pays a visit

Scene in Edmonds: Rotary District Governor pays a visit

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