Fire District 1 provides annual report, affirms commitment to diversity

A lot has changed since Snohomish County Fire District 1 presented its last annual report, for 2015, to the Edmonds City Council. For starters,...

South County Politics: Kagi emphasizes role of early learning, foster care in Democrats’ budget

State Rep. Ruth Kagi (D-32nd District) says that the Democrats’ proposed state budget helps children by expanding early learning produce and by reforming foster...

Prep boys soccer photo gallery: Warriors defeat Mavs, 3-0

Photos taken Tuesday night by Karl Swenson.

City Council OKs baseline marsh study; takes a look at 5th option for buffer

Following months of ongoing discussions by the Edmonds City Council regarding the city's draft Shoreline Master Program (SMP) and an appropriate buffer for the...

VOICE students regale School Board with success stories

Everyone likes a good success story, and a very special group of students in the Edmonds School District's VOICE program provided some inspiring ones...

Reminder: Want to volunteer in Edmonds but don’t know where to start? This April...

Want to get involved in your community? Want to meet fun new people? Want to use your time and talents to make a difference? Then...

Edmonds sales tax will increase to 10.3 percent April 1

Sales tax within the City of Edmonds will reach 10.3 percent starting Saturday, April 1. The sales tax increase includes new rates authorized by voters...

Intersection at Hwy 104 back to normal after new traffic signal cabinet installed

Good news: The intersection at Highway 104 and 15th/226th is no longer a four-way stop. According to Edmonds Public Works Director Phil Williams, the city...

Local artist Judith Larsen featured at Edmonds Library

The Edmonds Arts Commission's featured artist this month at the Edmonds Library is local artist and reporter Judith Larsen. New watercolors by Larsen are on...

Scene in Edmonds: Feeding time

From Bill Anderson: Brant have been feeding on eel grass at various locations along the Edmonds waterfront in preparation for their spring migration back...

Now on video: Edmonds City Councilmembers March 22 Town Hall

Edmonds City Councilmembers Adrienne Fraley-Monillas, Dave Teitzel and Neil Tibbott explored a range of issues during a town hall with about 40 citizens at...

Maplewood 4th grader finalist in nationwide NASA competition

Ten-year-old Amelia Crawford really likes science, especially anything to do with rockets and space travel. "When Amelia turned 8 she asked for a science-themed birthday...

From the Publisher’s Desk: How you can support local news — and music students...

Exactly one month ago, I wrote about the ongoing challenges of local journalism, including how easy it is for individuals and businesses to support...

Biology & Bluegrass event scheduled for Edmonds Marina April 1

Here's your chance to meet the animals living on the sides of the Edmonds Marina docks while listening to live bluegrass music during the...

Time for family-friendly trivia this Thursday at Taki Tiki

How much fun will you have at this Thursday night's Taki Tiki Trivia? Linda McCullough of Edmonds had a blast last time, thanking emcee...

Kagi, Ryu to host telephone town hall March 30

Washington State Reps. Ruth Kagi and Cindy Ryu, who represent the 32nd legislative district that includes Lynnwood and parts of Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace,...

Next school district budget meeting set for March 29

The Edmonds School District is hosting another of its "School Finance 101" budget meetings this Wednesday, March 29 at Lynnwood High School. Those who can't...

City to host public meeting March 30 on 76th and 212th Street intersection project

The City of Edmonds is hosting a public meeting this Thursday, March 30 to provide information on the 76th Avenue and 212th Street Southwest...

Traffic signal damage means temporary 4-way stop at Hwy 104 and 15th/226th

Driving on State Route 104/Edmonds Way to or from downtown Edmonds or the Edmonds ferry? The City of Edmonds on Monday recommended that drivers...

Warriors, Mavs participate in 7-on-7 passing league

The 2017 high school football season is still seven months away, but local quarterbacks and receivers are getting some work in this spring as...

In memoriam: Susan Emerson Gould, former state senator and school board member

A memorial service will be held March 31 in Edmonds for former Edmonds School Board member and State Senator Susan Emerson Gould, who died...

Jet City Rollergirls to host fundraiser roller derby bout in Shoreline April 1

The Jet City Rollergirls are hosting a fundraiser roller derby bout this Saturday, April 1 at the Rat's Nest, 19022 Hwy 99 in Shoreline. Bout...

Taco Tuesday? Eat at Chipotle March 28 and support E-W Escapade grad party

Come dine at Chipotle’s in Lynnwood Tuesday, March 28 any time between 11 a.m.-9 p.m, and 50 percent of all proceeds will go to...

Puget Sound Regional Council conducting regional travel study

The Puget Sound Regional Council is conducting a regional travel study to better understand the transportation needs and preferences of the region's residents. Between...

Drivers have until March 31 to remove studded tires

Spring is here and that means drivers in Washington have until Friday, March 31, to remove their winter studded tires. The Washington State Department of...

Edmonds CC to host spring quarter career fair April 12

Job hunting? Edmonds Community College will host a spring quarter career fair on Wednesday, April 12. More than 40 local employers with full- and part-time...

This Week in High School Sports: March 26, 2017

This week's special guests on our weekly showcase of athletes and teams in the Edmonds School District: Ciara Ortiz and Jackie Lovelace of the...

Deadline March 31 for school district family engagement survey

The Edmonds School District reminds families that the district's annual Family Engagement Survey will close Thursday, March 31. Parents should have received a voicemail...

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