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Shop Five Corners: 5 Corners Styling

Shop Five Corners: 5 Corners Styling

We are continuing our efforts to feature one business each day from the Five Corners neighborhood, which has been impacted by the roundabout construction: 5 Corners Styling 8416 Bowdoin Way Edmonds, WA 98026 425-776-7322 What this business offers: Haircuts, hair styling, hair coloring, perms and foils How they’ve been impacted in recent weeks: “Our schedule has been off, because some p... »

Edmonds-Woodway Class of 2014 photo album — Congrats, grads!

Edmonds-Woodway Class of 2014 photo album — Congrats, grads!

Larry Vogel was on capture special moments as the Edmonds-Woodway Class of 2014 got their diplomas Friday night in a blustery ceremony at Edmonds District Stadium. You can watch EWHS graduating senior Emma Howeiler sing “That’s Life” on My Edmonds News TV here. »

Clothes For Kids throws a gala to celebrate 30 years of service

Clothes For Kids throws a gala to celebrate 30 years of service

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Yost Pool opening delayed until June 16

The opening of Edmonds’ Yost Pool for the 2014 season has been delayed two weeks due to setbacks with the installation of the new boiler. The pool was scheduled to be open June 2. Although the project started early enough, the contractor ran into issues along the way. The delay in the delivery of parts has caused the most recent schedule change. According to a city press release: At this tim... »

Scene in Edmonds: All that jazz, all day long

Scene in Edmonds: All that jazz, all day long

From My Edmonds News photographer Larry Vogel, coverage of the 14th annual Edmonds Jazz Connection, a local music festival that highlights award-winning high school jazz programs from throughout the Pacific Northwest. The event is sponsored by the Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary Club. You can see many more photos on our Pinterest page. helle Van Tassell is not a Rotary member, she was representing one ... »

What’s open and closed in Edmonds on Memorial Day

What’s open and closed in Edmonds on Memorial Day

In honor of those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for the country, many public offices and services will be closed or not operating on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26: Public and Private Schools – all closed City Facilities – all closed Edmonds Library – closed Edmonds Post Office – closed; no mail delivery Community Transit Bus Service – no service Sounder trains will not be operating.  There ... »

Whimsy comes to Edmonds with annual Fairy and Elf Parade

Whimsy comes to Edmonds with annual Fairy and Elf Parade

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High school track results from Shoreline, Lake Washington Invitationals

High school track results from Shoreline, Lake Washington Invitationals

Boys track Shoreline Invitational Team scores: 1. Eastlake 74, 2. Federal Way 68, 3. Bellevue 60, 6. Cascade 32, 12. Kamiak 21.5, 13. Shorewood 17, 38. Glacier Peak 5.5, Shorecrest 5. Mariner 5,  Edmonds-Woodway 5, Mountlake Terrace 4. Archbishop Murphy 4. Cedarcrest 2, Snohomish 2 Edmonds-Woodway top finisher: 3,200—7. Miler Haller (EW) 9:09.9 Girls track Lake Washington Invitational Team scores:... »

Boys soccer: Meadowdales loses 3-2 to Shorecrest

Two uncharacteristic lapses proved to be too much for Meadowdale to overcome in Wednesday night’s soccer clash with Shorecrest. The second, an own goal by a Maverick defender trying to clear the ball near the goal with about a minute left in the second half, lifted the Scots to a 3-2 victory in the Wesco 3A South boys soccer game at Shoreline Stadium. “I thought we had a chance tonight to beat the... »

David “That Gratitude Guy” Brooke to speak Monday

David “That Gratitude Guy” Brooke to speak Monday

David Brooke, aka “That Gratitude Guy,” speaks Monday, April 21, at 11 a.m. as part of EPIC’s literary series. Brooke will speak on his work as an author and coach, harnessing the “incredible transformational power of what living in gratitude can do.” Seating for the event is limited to the first twenty people. For more information on That Gratitude Guy, see Brooke... »

Edmonds businesses: Free publicity for your spring cleaning product or service

Edmonds businesses: Free publicity for your spring cleaning product or service

My Edmonds News is looking for products or services to feature in March to help residents open the windows and dust out the cobwebs during spring cleaning. If you are a local business with a spring clean angle — and you would like free publicity — email janette @ MyEdmondsNews.com to be featured as our “Spring Clean Idea of the Week.” Up to four new spring clean ideas will be chosen and featured f... »

EPIC offers free editing workshop on Saturday

EPIC offers free editing workshop on Saturday

EPIC Group board members Kim Votry and Christine Pinto will lead an editing workshop for writers of all ages and levels this Sat., March 1, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Richmond Beach Library. The event is free and open to the public. Instructors Votry and Pinto have been leading National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) programs in area classrooms for the past three years, and developed this worksh... »

Scene in Edmonds: It’s ‘all aboard’ for Seahawks fans at Sounder station

Scene in Edmonds: It’s ‘all aboard’ for Seahawks fans at Sounder station

Our own Larry Vogel was at the Edmonds Sounder train station Wednesday morning to capture the excitement of Seahawks fans who crowded into the Sounder train for its trip to downtown Seattle, where many are attending the Seahawks victory parade starting at 11 a.m. Vogel’s report: “There were more than 300 people on the platform when I got there at 7:30 a.m. I spoke with one fan who said... »

Rose Adams and George Beutler to face jury trial on animal abuse charges; Lake Ballinger neighbors raise concerns

Rose Adams and George Beutler to face jury trial on animal abuse charges; Lake Ballinger neighbors raise concerns

Facing multiple charges of animal abuse, Rose Adams and George Beutler were back in court Wednesday with their legal team to make final motions and requests preparatory to their upcoming jury trial. Despite arguments by the defense team that the May 2013 search warrant was flawed and should be thrown out, Edmonds Municipal Court Judge Douglas J. Fair found that the preponderance of evidence at the... »

Update: Max Dwyer has been found

We received word Tuesday afternoon that 13-year-old Max Dwyer, who had been missing since Jan. 10 from his Edmonds home, has been found. His mother, Donna Dwyer, posted the news on Facebook. »

Publishing tips shared at EPIC’s workshop on Saturday

Publishing tips shared at EPIC’s workshop on Saturday

Writers at EPIC’s Publishing and Marketing Workshop on Saturday learned traditional publishing contracts are not as fantastic as they first appear. “Your editor might require changes,” said speaker Waverly Fitzgerald, co-author of the Barking Detective mystery series. “And you may not get timely sales reports.” Which is why the indie-publishing path is getting busier by the minute, according to hy... »

Caffeine Kitty, by Carl Lovgren

Caffeine Kitty, by Carl Lovgren

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Police share tips on how to protect yourself from crime

Police share tips on how to protect yourself from crime

Last week, three detectives and Sgt. Mark Marsh from the Edmonds Police Department shared their knowledge about home burglaries, identity thefts and scams at a meeting in the city council chambers. Dozens of residents learned about ways to protect themselves from common crimes and how to be proactive post-invasion. Detective Brian McIntyre started off the meeting by explaining the “anatomy” of a h... »

Travels with Charlize, in search of living alone

Travels with Charlize, in search of living alone

Part 39: Unintended Consequences Lately, I am beginning to think that Charlize is upset with me. I think she’s worried that something I wrote, information I believed would be helpful, is being used for nefarious purposes. Because the reach of the Internet is global the potential harm is spreading, and she’s worried about dogs and cats everywhere. Antifreeze poisoning is a significant problem in do... »

‘Alternatives to Suspension’ topic of Edmonds School District’s Superintendent’s Roundtable Wednesday

‘Alternatives to Suspension’ topic of Edmonds School District’s Superintendent’s Roundtable Wednesday

All are invited to the Edmonds School District’s Superintendent’s Roundtable from noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13 in the Education Service Center, 20420 68th Ave. W., Rooms 101/102. The topic is “Identifying Alternatives to Suspensions for Parents,” with speaker Dr. Patrick Murphy, assistant superintendent for middle/high schools.   »

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