This Week in High School Sports: Profiling state-bound track and tennis athletes

Our guests on this week's show highlighting the accomplishments of Edmonds School District high school athletes, teams and coaches: Edmonds-Woodway track and field athletes...

Recommended Reads: ‘Elusive Exlixir’ a mystery laced with supernatural components

Elusive Elixir, by Gigi Pandian Centuries-old protagonist Zoe Faust, the accidental alchemist, is traveling between Portland, Ore. and Paris, France in search of an Elusive...

Local students honored during 2018 Youth Challenge Awards

The Lynnwood Rotary honored outstanding students on Thursday night at the annual Youth Challenge Awards. The Youth Challenge Awards are designed to recognize local students...

Scene in Edmonds: Sunday sipping at chamber event

Patrons sipped their way through fine wine, beer and spirits Sunday night during a brand-new Edmonds Chamber of Commerce event: “Decant Edmonds: a festival...

Reminder: Edmonds CC international students to speak at Friends of Edmonds Library May 24...

Edmonds Community College international students will talk about their experiences and studies during the Thursday, May 24 Friends of the Edmonds Library meeting. The meeting...

Alliance of Citizens for Edmonds to meet May 24

The Alliance of Citizens for Edmonds (ACE) will meet on Thursday, May 24, from 7-9 p.m. in the library at the Edmonds Senior Center,...

Coho salmon released into Shell Creek

Edmonds-Woodway High School’s Students Saving Salmon Club were out in Shell Creek on Saturday releasing juvenile coho salmon in Yost Park, along Sprague Avenue,...

Christian Veterinary Mission’s Fred VanGorkom to speak at Daybreakers Rotary May 22

Dr. Fred VanGorkom of the Christian Veterinary Mission will be the guest speaker at the Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary Club meeting on Tuesday, May 22. The...

Public hearing on transportation improvement plan, resolution on banning single-use plastics before council May...

A public hearing on the city's Six Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and a resolution stating Edmonds' intent to ban single-use plastic products --...

Edmonds Police Blotter: May 8-15, 2018

May 8 1000 block 5th Avenue South: Ex-boyfriend used victim's credit cards that he had gained access to. 21600 block 76th Avenue West: Bullets were found...

Prep baseball: Warriors win twice Saturday to advance to final four in Pasco

Edmonds-Woodway High School's baseball team beat heavily favored Mercer Island in extra innings Saturday morning, then went on to defeat Olympia's Capital High School...

Sponsor spotlight: Wheelchair ramp completed, thanks to Irons Brothers Construction

On Thursday, we reported that our new advertiser Irons Brothers Construction of Shoreline was building a free wheelchair access ramp for a woman in...

How to determine the market value of a home

Home prices in the U.S. have risen more or less steadily over the last few years. In many cities, home values are now at...

Free business security workshop at Edmonds City Hall May 23

The Edmonds Chamber and Edmonds Downtown Alliance are teaming up to bring free business workshops for local businesses on a range of topics. The...

First aid in spotlight at South County Fire open house

South County Fire celebrated Emergency Medical Services Week with an open house at the Lynnwood Civic Center Fire Station 15 Saturday. The open house showcased...

Students deliver a day of jazz to supportive community

Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary served up a full day of amazing award-winning jazz performances at the 18th annual Edmonds Jazz Connection on Saturday in downtown...

Scene in Edmonds: Family fun at annual fitness expo

Edmonds School District Stadium was abuzz with activity Saturday morning as the 6th annual City of Edmonds-sponsored Health and Fitness Expo drew thousands to...

College Place Elementary, community installs new edible garden

Students, teachers and community members gathered at College Place Elementary School (20401 76th Ave. W.) on Saturday morning to build a new edible garden. Troughs...

Students lead voter registration effort at Edmonds-Woodway HS

Edmonds Woodway High School students partnered with the League of Women Voters of Snohomish County to hold a successful voter registration drive on campus...

Prep track: E-W, Meadowdale athletes compete in District 1 track and field championships

The Edmonds-Woodway Warriors boys and girls track squads each finished second in the team competitions at the NW District 1 3A Track & Field...

Prep softball: Warriors lose to Panthers in district title game

Edmonds-Woodway High School's softball team lost 8-0 to Snohomish in the 3A District 1 title game Friday at Phil Johnson fields in Everett. The...

Scene in Edmonds: Low tide reveals sea treasures

From photographer Doug Parrott: Friday's minus 2.9 tide brought out many groups of young people, and a few old folks, to scour the tide...

Edmonds chapter of Alliance for Gun Responsibility to meet May 24

The Edmonds Chapter of the Alliance for Gun Responsibility will be meeting Thursday, May 24 at 7 p.m. to discuss Washington state ballot Initiative...

City of Edmonds releases draft housing strategy, with open house May 21

How the City of Edmonds can help meet housing needs is the subject of a draft housing strategy, just released.  It is online at...

Tickets available at door for May 20 Edmonds wine tasting event

Tickets will be available at the door for a new Edmonds Chamber of Commerce event, “Decant Edmonds: a festival of fine wine” at the...

There’s a new school of fish in town

The iconic Edmonds breakwater fish public art sculpture next to the fishing pier has a new school of fish in the neighborhood. The artist,...

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