Home + Work: CEO turned caretaker

In mid-April, the day after Whitney and I did a photo shoot together in Seattle, my husband woke up in a hotel room in Wenatchee experiencing numbness and tingling in his limbs. He was over the mountains with our older son, who was trying out for a competitive hockey team. By Sunday when they got…

Campaign watchdog ramps up disclosures for yard signs and AI-generated ads

Candidates in this year’s Washington elections must report what they spend on media created using artificial intelligence and other digital tools and declare who is paying for their yard signs, under new rules unanimously adopted last week by the state Public Disclosure Commission. The rules dealing with old and new campaigning tools result from recently-enacted…

Remember the fallen at these Memorial Day observances

A reminder of the events scheduled in Edmonds and nearby on Memorial Day to honor those who gave their lives in defense of their country: 11 a.m.: The annual Memorial Day Observance at the Edmonds Memorial Cemetery and Columbarium, 100th Avenue West and 15th Street Southwest, one block north of the Westgate QFC. The event…

Rotary Club of Edmonds awards scholarships to seven high school seniors

The Rotary Club of Edmonds has awarded college scholarships to seven local high school seniors. Six students will receive $1,500 to be paid toward their tuition at the college of their choice: Quinn Bergau, Meadowdale High School; Selena Ng, Meadowdale High; Clara Rothschiller, Edmonds-Woodway High; Sarah Parker, Meadowdale High; Vanessa Ho, Meadowdale High and Osage Isokpan,…

Pacific Little League holding clothing drive for Clothes for Kids June 1, 8

Pacific Little League is conducting a clothing drive on two Saturdays — June 1 and 8 — for kids in grades K-12. The drive will benefit nonprofit Lynnwood-based Clothes for Kids, which provides school wardrobes free of charge to children in need in the Edmonds School District. The collection drive will run from 9 a.m….

Se Habla Podcast for May 25, 2024

This weekly podcast, with English subtitles, is provided through the My Neighborhood News Network’s content partnership with Se Habla Media.

‘Eight Inches By’ opens at Graphite Art Center

If you want to create an artwork where one of the dimensions must be 8 inches, what would you make? That was one requirement for all artists who submitted their artwork to be exhibited at Graphite Art Center’s latest gallery Eight Inches By.  The gallery features 99 artworks from 58 local artists, including those from…

History: When Edmonds was home to the world middleweight champion

The date: March 24, 1936. The location: Civic Ice Arena, Seattle.  The event: a non-title fight between the world middleweight champion, Eddie (Babe) Risko and the challenger from Tacoma, Freddie “The Tacoma Assassin” Steele. Eddie Risko had been the U.S. Navy’s undefeated middleweight champion before turning professional and becoming world champion on Sept. 19, 1935,…

Sponsored: RBC Wealth Management in Edmonds seeking Sr. Investment Associate

Join RBC Wealth Management in Edmonds, WA as a Sr. Investment Associate! Click here to apply today What is the opportunity? Join a growing team and use your analytical and communication skills as well as industry knowledge to help clients obtain their financial goals and plan for the future. You will work closely with one…

June 1: Car show and spring market at Meadowdale High School

Meadowdale High School’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and Skills USA Automotive Club are planning their second annual car show and spring market from noon-3 p.m. on Saturday, June 1 in the high school parking lot, 6002 168th St. S.W., Lynnwood. Registration is now open to enter a car, sign up as…

Overnight I-5 lane reductions, ramp closures this week for light rail work

As part of its ongoing Lynnwood Light Rail extension, Sound Transit will close lanes and ramps on I-5 overnight May 28-31, including: – The right lane on southbound I-5 between the 44th Avenue West on-ramp and 220th Street Southwest from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly Tuesday, May 28, through Friday morning, May 31. –…

Prep track and field, day 3: More medals for Edmonds School District athletes

Edmonds School District student athletes stood tall on Saturday — some even on the medals’ podium — during the final day of the WIAA 2A/3A/4A State Track & Field Championships held at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma. Mountlake Terrace sophomore Brynlee Dubiel led the local medalists by placing third in the 3A Girls 300…

Reader view: A greeting for Memorial Day May 2024

I cringe each time I hear, “Happy Memorial Day!” For those who have lost a loved one on active military duty—the use of the word happy does not resonate with the magnitude of loss the commemoration represents. It is like wishing someone a “Happy Funeral.” I recall a comment shortly after 9/11. “No, I don’t…

Edmonds School District High School Students of the Month for April 2024

Edmonds Heights K-12 Silas Larose I have a 3.97 GPA and participate in the robotics and musical theatre programs at EHK-12. I am also an Honors student at Shoreline Community College through Running Start, where I am currently researching the family business model to present at the UW Undergraduate Research Symposium. I am thankful for…

Lynnwood photographer stars in New York exhibit

Serendipitous and ephemeral moments of beauty photographed in Edmonds, Lynnwood and other Pacific Northwest locations are currently on display at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute in Jamestown, New York.  Lynnwood-based writer and nature photographer Kevin Ebi is the focus of a one-person exhibition there, Kevin Ebi: Five Minutes in Nature, now through July 21. Featuring…

Edmonds law office to discuss Charleena Lyles legal case June 19

The Edmonds law office of Neil R. Sarles will be discussing the Charleena Lyles legal case in an event at the Edmonds Waterfront Center Conference Room A from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 19 — which is a national holiday for Juneteenth. The Lyles case involved a deadly shooting, a probate, a civil damages action…