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My Edmonds News TV: Soccer team gets warm welcome home

The Edmonds-Woodway High School girls soccer team was honored by students, staff and administrators Monday, Nov. 24 after winning the 2014 State 3A girls soccer championship Nov. 22.

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Snohomish County Councilmember Wright elected VP of Washington State Association of Counties

Snohomish County Councilmember Wright elected VP of Washington State Association of Counties

Snohomish County Councilmember Stephanie Wright was elected to serve as Vice President of the Washington State Association of Counties (WASC) last week. Votes for 2015 Executive Committee Officers were cast by WASC members during the 2014 County Leaders Conference held recently in Spokane. “It is an... »

Edmonds-area High School Students of Month for November

Edmonds-area High School Students of Month for November

Edmonds eLearning Academy Anjelica Fellers Mother’s Name: Jodi Fellers GPA: 2.4 Anything else we should know? I look forward to running my household and, some day, raising my kids. Moses Fosburgh Mother’s Name: Arley Fosburgh GPA: 4.0 Community Service: National Park Service Future Educa... »

From the Edmonds Mayor: A ‘thank you’ to David Jaffe

From the Edmonds Mayor: A ‘thank you’ to David Jaffe

I recently received a phone call from David Jaffe, CEO of Swedish Edmonds, letting me know of his plan to retire at the end of this year. We as a community need to pause, reflect and thank him for the inspiring leadership he has brought to Swedish Edmonds and to Edmonds. He and Swedish laid out an a... »

Edmonds native earning instant success with USA bobsled team

Edmonds native earning instant success with USA bobsled team

It’s not often that an athlete moves from first timer to a sports’ highest level in just a few short months of training. But Edmonds native Alex Harrison has done just that and will represent the United States bobsled team at the FIBT World Cup Bobsled and Skeleton Tour in Lake Placid, N.Y. on Dec. ... »

Edmonds mother shoots intruder in north Edmonds home early Thanksgiving morning

Edmonds mother shoots intruder in north Edmonds home early Thanksgiving morning

A 33-year-old Edmonds woman at home with her husband and children early Thanksgiving morning shot a 22-year-old man trying to force his way into their north Edmonds house, Edmonds police said. The suspect was taken into custody by police and is at Harborview Medical Center with a gunshot wound to th... »

In Observance of Thanksgiving

Local writer Angie Markham provided this story about a long-ago holiday: I will tell you about one memorable Thanksgiving. This happened some years ago when my children were little and my husband and I were living in Norway, on the west coast. Some American friends decided we should celebrate Thanks... »

Wesco basketball stars return to hardwood Wednesday night at Meadowdale High School

Wesco basketball stars return to hardwood Wednesday night at Meadowdale High School

Many of the Western Conference’s top male basketball players from the past returned to the courts Wednesday night at Meadowdale High School. The Wesco Basketball Alumni Tournament featured players from the recent and distant past. Schools represented included Meadowdale, Lynnwood, Edmonds-Woodway, J... »

Edmonds Port Commission meeting report for Nov. 24

The Port of Edmonds Commission at its Nov. 24 meeting: Heard a report on various port projects completed at the marina and the Harbor Square Business Campus during the preceding year. Received an update on the Port’s Weather Center. Built in 2006, its technology has become somewhat outdated. Plans a... »

Now you can license your dog online for 2015

Now you can license your dog online for 2015

The City of Edmonds reminds you it’s time to license your dog for 2015 — and you can do it online. Go to www.PetData.com and enter your zip code. You can license multiple pets at the same time, and easily upload required documents. All major credit cards are accepted, and a small convenience f... »

Artfully Edmonds: Local boy makes good with Seattle Symphony, plus ’tis the season for arts events

Artfully Edmonds: Local boy makes good with Seattle Symphony, plus ’tis the season for arts events

Edmonds Prodigy Benjamin Lulich World-class clarinetist Benjamin Lulich is still remembered by those who follow the trajectory of his career, and Edmonds roots, if a note from My Edmonds News reader Wendy Kendall is any indication. It was Kendall who alerted us last month that Lulich, (who spent par... »

Yes, Edmonds, there is a Santa Claus — and this year he has a new helper

Yes, Edmonds, there is a Santa Claus — and this year he has a new helper

Throughout modern history, children have been sending letters to Santa. Letters telling about how good they’ve been all year, how they’ve always eaten their Brussels sprouts, and of course, listing what they want to find waiting under the tree on the big morning. The letters are sent off... »

What’s open and closed in Edmonds on Thanksgiving

What’s open and closed in Edmonds on Thanksgiving

Here’s what’s open and operating, and what isn’t, on Thanskgiving Day: City of Edmonds Facilities – city offices closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 27 and 28. The Frances Anderson Center and Edmonds Parks and Recreation will be closed on Saturday, Nov. 29. Schools – Edmonds Public Schools and Ho... »

A reminder about our Code of Conduct — and a warning to those who violate it

On Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving, I had to remove two comments that crossed the line regarding our code of conduct. I’ve posted our code below in full below, although it is always available for review on our About page. I don’t appreciate the offensive comments that bring out th... »

Edmonds train trench, other rail crossing options get an airing at Tuesday council meeting

Edmonds train trench, other rail crossing options get an airing at Tuesday council meeting

The discussions took place in two separate parts of the Edmonds City Council agenda Tuesday night, but the topic of solving access between the city’s waterfront and the rest of Edmonds over increasingly busy BNSF train tracks took the lion’s share of the study session meeting time. Near ... »

700 Picnic Point PUD customers without power Tuesday night

Snohomish County PUD sent crews to the Picnic Point area looking into the cause of an outage that left 700 customers without power for a few hours Tuesday night. We were told by one resident that power was restored shortly after 11 p.m.   »

City launches new website to promote Edmonds tourism and events

City launches new website to promote Edmonds tourism and events

The City of Edmonds has launched a new website highlighting attractions and events. The www.visitedmonds.com site went live this week with the goal of better promoting tourism in Edmonds. The site is part of a larger tourism promotion campaign that includes strategic advertising across a variety of ... »

Scene in Edmonds: Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary donates to Toy Shop

Scene in Edmonds: Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary donates to Toy Shop

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Edmonds-Seattle Sounder commuter train service canceled for Wednesday

Sounder commuter train service between Everett and Seattle is canceled Wednesday, Nov. 26 due to a mudslide that occurred south of Everett Monday. Sound Transit will provide special buses with direct service to/from Sounder stations in addition to local bus service. Morning bus service options are l... »

Scene in Edmonds: And even more Snowy Owl photos

Scene in Edmonds: And even more Snowy Owl photos

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Scene in town: artist Rachel Maxi at Zinc

Scene in town: artist Rachel Maxi at Zinc

Artist Rachel Maxi is known for her photo-realistic paintings of baseballs, oysters and station wagons, and today she stopped by Zinc Art + Interiors to visit with customers and owner Laura Zeck. The Zinc boutique was part of this weekend’s Localvore shopping excursion, and Zeck hinted there w... »

Commentary: The future of housing in Edmonds

Commentary: The future of housing in Edmonds

The Alliance for Affordable Housing recently presented a draft of their findings to the Edmonds Planning Board. The report is titled: Housing Profile: City of Edmonds and is available on the city website here. This report, when it’s final, will become a basis for making long-range decisions about la... »

Starbucks asking for drive-through in Westgate neighborhood

Starbucks asking for drive-through in Westgate neighborhood

Seattle-based Starbucks Coffee has been issued a building permit for a new coffee shop adjacent to the Walgreen’s  store on Edmonds Way in the Westgate neighborhood, according to Shane Hope, City of Edmonds Director of Development Services. According to Hope, Starbucks has expressed a desire t... »

Reminder: Drop off Toys for Tots gifts at Edmonds Museum Saturday

Reminder: Drop off Toys for Tots gifts at Edmonds Museum Saturday

A reminder that the Edmonds Museum will stay open until 6 p.m. during the Edmonds Tree Lighting festivities this Saturday, Nov. 29 — and it’s the perfect time to drop off your Toys for Tots gifts. Two U.S. Marines in full dress uniforms will be on hand at the museum Saturday to accept ne... »

Shop for a cause Thanksgiving weekend at Cline Jewelers

This Friday-Sunday, Nov. 28-30, Cline Jewelers will be donating 10 percent of sales to the Edmonds School District Foundation’s Nourishing Network program. The program goal is to help provide weekend meals for homeless and low-income students in the Edmonds School District. Cline Jewelers is located... »

Starting Saturday, Santa photos offered in downtown Edmonds

Starting Saturday, Santa photos offered in downtown Edmonds

A popup Santa Photo Shop is coming to Edmonds this holiday season. Gather the family and avoid the lines at the mall. Competitively priced print and digital photo packages are available. Located at 111 4th Ave. N. (next to the Churchkey Pub), Santa’s first day on the job is Saturday, Nov. 29 startin... »

Block Watch: crime mapping for Nov. 19-24

Block Watch: crime mapping for Nov. 19-24

For this week’s Block Watch, the Edmonds crime data here is selected from CrimeMapping for the period Nov. 19-24, 2014. To do the same search, put in “Edmonds Police” or your zip code for the period you wish to know about, such as a day, week, month, or year. This selected information is provided as... »

Edmonds police: Cars stolen from Highway 99 dealership recovered

Edmonds police reported Tuesday morning that all seven vehicles that had been stolen from the Gasoline Alley car dealership in Edmonds have been recovered. “Seattle Police Department North Precinct officers quickly located several of the stolen vehicles,” Edmonds police spokesman Sgt. Ma... »

Meadowdale to host Wesco Mens Basketball Alumni Tournament Wednesday

Meadowdale to host Wesco Mens Basketball Alumni Tournament Wednesday

Meadowdale High School will host the Wesco Mens Basketball Alumni Tournament from 5-9:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 26 in the gym. Former players from Meadowdale, Lynnwood, Edmonds-Woodway, Jackson, Glacier Peak, Everett, Arlington and Kamiak high schools will be participating. Among the former standouts... »

Darlene Stern resigns from Edmonds Chamber of Commerce

Darlene Stern resigns from Edmonds Chamber of Commerce

Edmonds Chamber of Commerce Board member Darlene Stern, who has chaired the chamber’s Fourth of July celebration the past two years, has resigned from the chamber, she announced Monday. Stern has spent the past six years on the chamber board, and has also served on the Executive Committee as Treasur... »

Scene in Edmonds: Food bank ready to serve up holiday cheer

Scene in Edmonds: Food bank ready to serve up holiday cheer

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Edmonds-Woodway HS honors its girls soccer state champions

Edmonds-Woodway HS honors its girls soccer state champions

Larry Vogel was on hand to take photos and video Monday morning as officials from Edmonds-Woodway High School and the Edmonds School District honored members of the EWHS girls soccer team, who returned to school Monday morning as the 2014 State 3A Girls High School champions after a 2-1 victory over... »

Artfully Edmonds brief: ECA celebrates the season with holiday specials

Artfully Edmonds brief: ECA celebrates the season with holiday specials

Edmonds Center for the Arts (ECA) will be celebrating the Season with these Holiday Specials: The ECA House has been filling very quickly for each performance in this year’s line-up! Don’t be left out. On Thursday, Nov. 27 and Friday, Nov. 28, you can purchase tickets online and they will waive the ... »

Mudslide cancels Edmonds-Seattle Sounder service Tuesday

Sounder commuter train service between Edmonds and Seattle is canceled Tuesday, Nov. 25 due to a mudslide that occurred on Monday. Sound Transit will provide special buses with direct service to/from Sounder stations in addition to local bus service. An update on evening bus service will be provided... »

Edmonds City Council work session Tuesday: Train trench, budget on agenda

The Edmonds City Council will hold a study session Tuesday night, and a variety of information-only topics– from the Edmonds Train Trench to the Sunset Avenue Walkway (part of the Capital Facilities Plan) to the 2015 city budget — will be up for discussion. At 6:30 p.m., the council will... »

WinCo Foods considering new store in old Edmonds Top Foods location

WinCo Foods considering new store in old Edmonds Top Foods location

Idaho-based WinCo Foods is currently “seriously looking at” opening a new store in Edmonds in the former Top Foods at 220th and Highway 99, according to WinCo spokesperson Mike Read. “We are still in negotiations, so nothing is certain at this point,” said Read. “If all... »

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