FEATURED STORIES

Presidential caucuses and primary elections: Our turn is coming

With the national attention focused on the political battlegrounds of Iowa, New Hampshire and other high-profile primary states, some Washingtonians are feeling stuck on...

EVENT ALERT

Reminder: Port of Edmonds meeting agenda for Feb. 8, 2016

  February 8, 2016 7:00 p.m. I. CALL TO ORDER II. FLAG SALUTE III. CONSENT AGENDA A. Approval of Agenda B. Approval of January 25, 2016 Meeting Minutes C. Approval of Payments IV....

PUBLIC SAFETY

Ask the Edmonds Cop: Hands-free phone use while driving

Edmonds Police Sgt. Shane Hawley clarifies what drivers need to know about hands-free cell phone use.

GOVERNMENT

Edmonds Diversity Commission discusses practical steps for community partnerships

The Edmonds Diversity Commission intends to create a quick-response system when discrimination occurs in their city and devise events that bring all city residents...

COLUMNS

Bird Lore: Fox Sparrow

The Fox Sparrow is a common winter resident in the Puget lowlands. It favors blackberry brambles and other thickets of vegetation in which it...

EDUCATION

Edmonds School District January Students of the Month

Edmonds eLearning Academy Aurora Kerr Mother's Name: Peggy Kerr Father's Name: David Kerr Athletics: I love to play basketball Honors: I was on honor roll for both years of...

ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Scene in Edmonds: Poets present at Edmonds Bookshop

“Poets and Poetry on Elegy: Remembering, healing, celebrating, honoring” was the theme as four local poets presented their work Saturday at Edmonds Bookshop.

BUSINESS

Edmonds resident graduates from YWCA BankWork$ program

An Edmonds resident is one of two local students now working in the banking industry, after finishing the YWCA BankWork$ program. YWCA BankWork$ is an...

OPINION

Letter to the editor: Holly House says thank you for ‘best...

Editor: We want to say THANK YOU to each and every person that helped with Holly House this year. Because of all of our volunteers,...