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Ready, set, go: Get hopping to Edmonds Easter egg hunts Saturday

Ready, set, go: Get hopping to Edmonds Easter egg hunts Saturday

If you’re looking for Easter Egg hunts in Edmonds, here are two annual events that are sure to please the little ones — and both are happening on Saturday, April 19. At 9 a.m., the Edmonds... »

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Scene in Edmonds: Holy Rosary students play Easter Bunny

Scene in Edmonds: Holy Rosary students play Easter Bunny

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Softball: Lady Mavs rout Thunderbirds 11-1

Softball: Lady Mavs rout Thunderbirds 11-1

The Meadowdale High School softball team won its fourth straight game with an 11-1 routing of the Shorewood Thunderbirds. Hailey Costello hit a grand slam in the bottom of the second to put the Mavs up 8-0 and Julia Reuble pitched three scoreless innings to earn the win. T-Bird pitcher Holly Ebel sc... »

Woman in wheelchair taken to Harborview after being hit by car on Hwy 99 Tuesday afternoon

Updated at 4:09 p.m. with information from Edmonds police: A 79-year-old Edmonds woman was taken to Harborview Medical Center Tuesday afternoon after the motorized wheelchair in which she was riding was struck by a car, driven by 20-year-old Lynnwood resident, at the intersection of 76th Avenue West... »

Edmonds-area high school sports roundup for Monday

Tom Dolan Invitational (Boys Prep Golf), April 14 at Everett Golf and Country Club Team Scores Archbishop Murphy 313 Kamiak 320 Snohomish 323 Lake Stevens 323 Meadowdale 332 Shorewood 333 Stanwood 336 Edmonds-Woodway 345 Jackson 346 Cascade 348 Monroe 353 Oak Harbor 353 Shorecrest 357 Glacier Peak 3... »

Edmonds Wildlife Habitat Native Plant Garden to host two events in April

Mark your calendar for the following April events at the Edmonds Wildlife Habitat Native Plant Demonstration Garden, located at the Willow Creek Hatchery on Pine Street just west of Highway 104 (Edmonds Way): Saturday, April 26: Edmonds Save the Frogs Day with Frog Lady Thayer Cueter from 1-3 p.m. F... »

Windermere North to host free recycling and shredding event Saturday

Windermere North to host free recycling and shredding event Saturday

Windermere Real Estate North is teaming up with non-profit Friendly Earth to help their neighbors recycle difficult items, including confidential data disposal post tax season. Large appliances, car batteries, cell phones, computers, monitors, printers, televisions, stereos, ink cartridges, medical ... »

Edmonds Chamber going to China in fall; information session April 22

Edmonds Chamber going to China in fall; information session April 22

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce is going to China Oct. 11-20, 2014, visiting Beijing, Suzhou, Hangzhou and Shanghai. Both members and non-members are welcome to join the excursion; the cost is $2,400 plus tax. The price includes round-trip airfare, land transportation and four-star minimum hotel acc... »

National Healthcare Decisions Day: Take charge of end-of-life planning

National Healthcare Decisions Day: Take charge of end-of-life planning

Do you have a plan in place for end-of-life decisions? Does your family know your wishes in case you face a life-threatening illness? You’ll have a chance to talk about those issues in Edmonds and Lynnwood on April 16, when organizations in Snohomish County join others across the state and nat... »

Fire District 1 fire calls, April 3-8

Fire District 1 fire calls, April 3-8

Snohomish County Fire District 1 responded to 320 calls the week of April 3-9: 253 emergency medical aid calls, 18 motor vehicle collisions, 16 fires, 11 service calls, one natural gas leak, one technical rescue and 20 automatic fire alarms. April 3 FIRE: At 6:20 p.m., firefighters responded to a ho... »

Edmonds School District honored for community support of family services

Edmonds School District honored for community support of family services

The Center for Human Services, a community-based nonprofit youth and family services agency located in Shoreline, recently awarded the Edmonds School District the 2014 Dorrit Pealy Award. The award is given annually to an individual and organization that provides their community with outstanding sup... »

Scene in Edmonds: Fond farewell to Stephen Clifton

Scene in Edmonds: Fond farewell to Stephen Clifton

Many people stopped by City Hall Monday afternoon to say farewell to departing Community Services and Economic Development Director Stephen Clifton. Phrases like “big shoes to fill, “amazing legacy” and “irreplaceable” could be heard throughout the room as Clifton mingl... »

Decorations stolen from Sweet Peas Daycare

From the Edmonds Mom Facebook page, comes this sad news: If you’ve ever driven by Sweet Peas Daycare on 3rd and Walnut you know how cute and thoughtful all her outdoor decorations are. Well last night someone came by and stole them. The wooden yard art, the lights, even the potted plants. So i... »

Reminder: Tuesday is deadline for writing contest entries

Reminder: Tuesday is deadline for writing contest entries

Local literary nonprofit EPIC Group Writers sent a reminder that all entries to the 2014 writing contest must be postmarked by April 15. The contest’s theme is “Reflections,” and details on entering are on the group’s website. For more information on EPIC and their events and... »

Scene in Edmonds: Full moon — but look for blood moon Monday

Scene in Edmonds: Full moon — but look for blood moon Monday

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Coming up: 2014 Concours d’Elegance at The Wood to features Brass and Nickel Era Cars

Coming up: 2014 Concours d’Elegance at The Wood to features Brass and Nickel Era Cars

The 7th Annual Rotary Club of Alderwood-Terrace Concours d’Elegance at The Wood is set for Saturday, July 12, from 1-5 p.m. on the 18th fairway at the Lynnwood Golf Course. There will be 60-plus hand-picked Classic, Sports and Muscle Cars. The featured marquee is “Brass and Nickel Era Cars,” display... »

Introduction to Kids’ Gardening workshop set for Saturday in Edmonds

Introduction to Kids’ Gardening workshop set for Saturday in Edmonds

Floretum Garden Club is sponsoring the “Introduction to Kids’ Gardening” on Saturday, April 19 from 10 a.m.-noon at the Frances Anderson Center, 700 Main St., Room 206. Children will learn about planting seeds, transplanting and other garden basics. They will plant something to tak... »

Scene in Edmonds: Riding the rails

Scene in Edmonds: Riding the rails

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Edmonds fishing pier to be inspected Monday

The Edmonds fishing pier will undergo an inspection from 10 a.m.-dusk on Monday, April 14. The inspections will be conducted both under the pier from the boat as well as above the pier. Fisherman should be aware that the boat will be under the pier making inspections, so be careful when casting duri... »

On Edmonds City Council Tuesday agenda:  Five Corners bid award, finding money for Civic Center purchase, oil train resolution

On Edmonds City Council Tuesday agenda: Five Corners bid award, finding money for Civic Center purchase, oil train resolution

It’s a busy Tuesday night ahead for the Edmonds City Council, with the following items included on the agenda: - An explanation of intersection improvements proposed at 76th Avenue West at 212th Street Southwest. According to the city, this intersection next to Edmonds-Woodway High School and ... »

Reminder: Community can say goodbye to Stephen Clifton Monday

Reminder: Community can say goodbye to Stephen Clifton Monday

A reception is planned for Monday, April 14 to say farewell to Stephen Clifton, the City of Edmonds’ long-time Community Services and Economic Development Director. Clifton recently accepted an Executive Director position with Snohomish County. City staff invites community members who have wor... »

Scene in Edmonds: Hobby Shop ‘like stepping back in time’

Scene in Edmonds: Hobby Shop ‘like stepping back in time’

If you’re like us, you’ve walked by the Edmonds Hobby Shop at 120 4th Ave. S. and always wondered what’s inside. David Carlos stopped by Saturday and met owner Rich Hunt, who has operated the business for 30 years. “It was like stepping back in time, seeing model cars, planes... »

Edmonds Lutheran Church Easter Egg Hunt set for April 19

Edmonds Lutheran Church Easter Egg Hunt set for April 19

The Edmonds Lutheran Church will be sponsoring its 18th annual Easter Egg Hunt at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 19, featuring over 20,000 plastic Easter eggs filled with stickers, candy and small toys, 400 baskets and 300 golden eggs. Singer and songwriter Eric Ode will provide children’s entertainme... »

Mayor’s guest column: A tale of two entities

Mayor’s guest column: A tale of two entities

This submission is the latest in a series of guest columns on city issues, provided by Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling’s office. It was the best of times. A new business comes to Edmonds. Jacobsen’s Marine to invest $2 million to construct a new 10,000 square foot retail center along Admiral Way at... »

Edmonds scenics: Saturday’s sunrise

Edmonds scenics: Saturday’s sunrise

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Meadowdale senior project surfaces truckloads of trash

Meadowdale senior project surfaces truckloads of trash

Saturday morning walkers along the Edmonds Marina could hardly miss the activity as a small army of scuba divers hauled load after load of underwater trash out of the water and onto the dock. Ranging from furniture to boat hardware, tools and even a bowling ball, it was all part of Meadowdale High S... »

Bird Lore: Ring-necked duck

Bird Lore: Ring-necked duck

As with most ducks, the ring-necked duck drake (male) and hen (female) look distinctive because of different feather colors and patterns. The question that troubles many viewers is the name of this duck. Where is the ring around its neck? The drake does have a dark violet band around its neck. It ca... »

Baseball: Budnick fans six as Warriors down Royals 9-2

Baseball: Budnick fans six as Warriors down Royals 9-2

Senior Tate Budnick lived up to his billing as Edmonds-Woodway’s top pitcher. Budnick struck out six and issued no walks to lead the Warriors to a 9-2 victory over Lynnwood in a Wesco 4A South baseball game Friday at Edmonds-Woodway High School. “His fastball was hitting the spots,” Lynnwood coach A... »

Scene in Edmonds: Eagle spotting

Scene in Edmonds: Eagle spotting

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Baseball: Meadowdale defeats Shorecrest 9-0

Baseball: Meadowdale defeats Shorecrest 9-0

Elliott Reece and Garrett Walsh combined to throw a three-hitter to lead Meadowdale to a 9-0 victory over Shorecrest in a Wesco 3A South baseball game Friday at Meadowdale High School. The Mavericks scored two runs in the first inning and then put the game away with seven runs in the fifth. Walsh hi... »

Edmonds Police Blotter through April 7

While there were numerous accounts of shoplifting at local stores in Edmonds, this March 26 item caught our eye: From Safeway: steaks, toilet paper and alcohol. At least the thief covered the basics.. April 7 1000 block 5th Avenue South: Six bocce balls are stolen from trunk of a vehicle. 8100 block... »

State Supreme Court rules in favor of Point Wells developer

State Supreme Court rules in favor of Point Wells developer

After three years of fighting over legal and environmental issues, a complex of luxury condominiums and an urban village planned at the former tank farm at Point Wells are much closer to moving ahead, our online news partner The Seattle Times reported Friday. The State Supreme Court found that a Sno... »

Edmonds scenic: Welcome to the weekend

Edmonds scenic: Welcome to the weekend

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Sno-Isle Libraries photo project puts region’s history online

Sno-Isle Libraries photo project puts region’s history online

One photo at a time, Sno-Isle Libraries is putting the region’s history online with its Digitize Our Community History Project. With 530 images in its catalog and more added daily, the project is celebrating the end of its first year and inviting new partners. The archive includes photos from the co... »

Salem Lutheran Church creating community garden, and could use your help

Salem Lutheran Church is creating a community garden at 9906 232nd St. S.W. in Edmonds, near the corner of 100th Avenue West and Edmonds Way, and they could use the community’s help. According to a church announcement: Salem Lutheran Community Garden will serve the Edmonds area and will help c... »

Umpqua Bank presents $2,500 check to Clothes For Kids

Umpqua Bank presents $2,500 check to Clothes For Kids

Umpqua Bank’s Lynnwood Branch manager Thuy Nguyen (left, red shirt) presents a $2,500 check to the Board of Directors of Clothes for Kids Wednesday during an Open House at Sterling Bank in Lynnwood. (Photo by David Pan) Umpqua Bank presented a $2,500 check to Clothes For Kids Wednesday during an Ope... »

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