Soundview School students to present free rock ‘n roll show Wednesday

Three Edmonds students are included in Soundview School’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Club, which will be performing a full set of blistering rock songs at Roy’s Place in Lynnwood this Wednesday, May 25th from 6 -7 p.m. The 5th-8th grade students and their club advisor (Mr. Taylor) will be playing a wide variety of material from…

Joan Jett rocks Scriber Lake High School


By Ellen Chappelle Musician Joan Jett rocked the house during an assembly at Scriber Lake High School Monday afternoon, but not with her music. She just talked. Not as an adult swooping in with lofty plans to educate the students, but as a fellow human being just trying to be herself rather than conform to…

Updated: Spokane back in service on Edmonds-Kingston run Monday night

Updated at 7: 15 p.m. Necessary repairs have been completed on the ferry Spokane and it will return to service with the 7:45 p.m. sailing Monday from Kingston, Washington State Ferries said. The ferry system originally said that the Spokane would be out of service for the remainder of Monday evening on the Edmonds-Kingston route….

Light agenda for Edmonds City Council Tuesday

The Edmonds City Council agenda for this week is very short, although councilmembers will be meeting in executive session at 6 p.m. to discuss labor negotiations. The regular meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N. The agenda is as follows: 7 p.m. – Call to Order…

Long waits for Edmonds ferry commuters this afternoon

Long waits for afternoon ferry commuters are expected on the Edmonds-Kingston route for the rest of Monday because of repairs to the ferry Spokane, according to The Seattle Times, an online news partner of My Edmonds News. The reduction in service to one ferry created two-hour waits Monday morning at the Kingston terminal, according to…

Edmonds-Kingston ferry delays this morning

The ferry Spokane was taken out of the service on the Edmonds-Kingston run today, resulting in a reported two-hour delay in ferry service from the Kingston terminal to Edmonds.

Edmonds Military Wire: Overstock.com offering free ‘Club O’ membership

By Michael Schinder With National Armed Forces Day (held the third Saturday in May) behind us and Memorial Day quickly approaching, Overstock.com is honoring our devoted troops by announcing a new Club O initiative that will grant members of the Armed Forces a free lifetime Club O membership! Armed Forces Day is often overlooked. It happens…

Monday night: My Edmonds News back on Community Blog TV

It’s happening Monday night, May 23, at 7:30 p.m.: My Edmonds News publisher Teresa Wippel talks about the issues and people of Edmonds in this third show on Community Blog TV, a new program profiling five Seattle-area community blogs. Watch on Comcast Channel 77 or 23 or online at scantv.org. The episodes are also archived…

Edmonds Chamber to feature marketing expert, Citizen of Year unveiling

There are two reasons to attend the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce luncheon meeting this Thursday. First, Matt Heinz of Heinz Marketing LLC will speak on “The Fail-Proof Marketing Plan,” featuring a proven process for building and maintaining a sales and marketing strategy that delivers consistent results. Second, the Edmonds Kiwanis Club will present its annual…

Clothes for Kids supporters ‘Sip into Spring’ for families in need

Supporters of Clothes for Kids, which provides wardrobes for low-income students in the Edmonds School District, enjoyed wine, cheese and appetizers (donated by the Resident Cheesemonger) Saturday night during a sold-out “Sip into Spring” fundraising event at Arista Wine Cellars and C’est La Vie. Guests enjoyed a silent auction and a raffle, with all proceeds…

Tough finish for Mavericks at state baseball tourney

By Quint Turner The Meadowdale Maverick baseball team quietly clinched a state playoff berth with wins over Mount Vernon and Glacier Peak last week. The team’s miraculous run ended abruptly Saturday when the third-ranked Enumclaw Hornets smashed the Mavs, 19-2. A great pitching performance from Enumclaw senior Cody Hughes earned him the win, while Maverick…

High school baseball: Edmonds-Woodway, Meadowdale eliminated from state tourney

Edmonds-Woodway won the first game but lost the second Saturday in State 4A baseball tournament action. In the first game, the Warriors blew a 5-1 lead, then survived in the extra inning against the Vikings (19-6) by scoring two in the top of the eighth on a pair of bases-loaded walks, according to My Edmonds…

Edmonds police release more details on diver’s death

Here’s the Edmonds Police Department news release on the diver’s death Saturday: On today’s date at approximately 12:34 p.m., Edmonds Police Officers responded to assist Fire District 1 Aid and Medic personnel at the Edmonds Dive Park with a diver in distress call. Upon arrival CPR was already in progress on a 55-year-old male Edmonds…

Kids and adults learn what’s in a watershed at Saturday fun fair

Adults and children braved the wet weather at Yost Park Saturday to learn how they can protect Puget Sound by protecting the watershed, Among the activities: nature walks, nature crafts and storytelling, face painting, and exhibits about fish and wildlife, backyard habitat, recycling, energy and water conservation.  

Son unable to revive father after rescue at Edmonds Underwater Park Saturday

A man in his mid-50s brought to shore after losing consciousness at the Edmonds Underwater Park Saturday died despite attempts by both his adult son and firefighters to revive him, a spokeswoman for Snohomish County Fire District 1 said. Spokeswoman Lesley Hynes said that firefighters responded around noon to Brackett’s Landing, where a man in…

Warriors beat Puyallup in first round of state baseball tourney

Congratulations to the Edmonds-Woodway High School baseball team, which won its first state playoff game, beating Puyallup 7-5 after eight innings Saturday. Ryan Budnick was 3 for 3 with a home run, two doubles and a walk. He also got the save. The Warriors play again at 4 p.m. against either Federal WY or Bothell.

My Edmonds Food: Here & There Grill serving Edmonds most Saturdays

By Lara Alexander More of Here & There is always a good thing! The Here & There mobile food truck will be serving saucy sandwiches and flavorful salads to Edmonds on most Saturdays through the summer. Owner Julie Malcom already parks her bright orange mobile grill truck on 4th and Dayton every Wednesday from 11…