Edmonds CC student appointed as state board legislative intern

An Edmonds Community College student with a passion for advocacy and service has been appointed to serve as a Washington State Board of Community...

‘Find Meaning in the New Year’ workshop set for Jan. 26 in Edmonds

Counselor Lea Fairbanks, LMHC, is hosting a workshop "Find Meaning in the New Year: Setting goals for a more purposeful and authentic 2019," on...
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Friends of Edmonds Library speaker to discuss Kruckeberg Botanic Garden at Jan. 24 meeting

Join the Friends of the Edmonds Library on Thursday, Jan, 24 as guest speaker Joe Abkin talks about the wonders of the nearby Kruckeberg...

Payroll hiring surged in December, state says

Washington’s economy added 11,400 jobs in December and the state’s seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate for December was 4.3 percent according to the Employment...

Edmonds Senior Center Thrift Store grand opening: Fashion, food, fun – and a runway...

Westgate was the place to be Saturday morning, as the newly-relocated Edmonds Senior Center Thrift Store celebrated its grand opening with a healthy dose...

EPIC Poetry Group: Poet’s Corner — small town embrace, in which the poet becomes...

My Edmonds News is pleased to present the second installment of a new feature, Poet's Corner, presented by the Edmonds-based EPIC Poetry Group. (small town embrace) We walk...

Bird Lore: Townsend’s Solitaire

Townsend’s Solitaire is a slender thrush with a long tail, in the same family as robins and bluebirds. It is a resident of western...

Sound Transit officials update Edmonds City Council on light rail construction, Sounder train parking

From the latest on the Link Light rail extension from Northgate to Lynnwood, to parking at the Edmonds Sounder train station, the Edmonds City...

Snohomish County Airport Commission to meet Jan. 24 in Everett

The next meeting of the Snohomish County Airport Commission will be Thursday, Jan. 24 from 6-8 p.m.at the Skykomish Room, Robert J. Drewel Building...

Prep basketball roundup: Warriors, Mavs split annual rubber chicken doubleheader

Before stands packed with fans and supporters -- and one rubber chicken -- the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors and the Meadowdale Mavericks split their pair of...

Edmonds man is all about the blues

Edmonds singer and author Nick Baker has been invited to participate with United by Music North America (UBMNA) in events and activities at the International...

Reminder: Edmonds Senior Center Thrift Store grand opening Jan. 19

All are invited for the grand opening of the Edmonds Senior Center Thrift Store at its new location in the Westgate QFC shopping center,...

Phil Rowley guest speaker at Feb. 12 Olympic Fly Fishers meeting

Phil Rowley, a North American fly fishing expert, author, guide and co-producer with Brian Chan of the “Stillwater Fly Fishing App,” is the special...

Climate Change Goals open house presents challenges, charts course to future

Edmonds City Hall was the place to be Thursday night for those interested in learning more about the city's progress on its work to combat...

Firefighters’ charity basketball game Jan. 19 to benefit burn foundation

Firefighters from South County Fire & Rescue and the Everett Fire Department will play a Firefighters Charity Basketball game Saturday, Jan. 19, at 4:30...

Fitness corner: How one minute of daily breathing changed my life

Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome back Fitness Corner writer Pritam Potts. Personal Transformation Series Part 1 of 4 One year ago, on the fourth...

Lynnwood police seeking witnesses to Jan. 13 fatality crash on 76th Avenue West

Lynnwood police Friday are asking for the public's help as they continue to investigate a Jan. 13 collision in the 19700 block of 76th...

Reminder: Morning, evening programs in Edmonds Jan. 21 to honor Dr. King’s legacy

All are invited to attend a Tribute to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Inspiring a Beloved Community in Song, Spoken Word and Dance...

Limited Community Transit commuter service for MLK holiday; Sound Transit Express on regular schedule

Local transit agencies have announced their schedules for the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday, Monday, Jan. 21. Community Transit will operate reduced commuter...

Sno-King School Retirees pack snack bags for Washington Kids in Transition

Fourteen members of Sno-King School Retirees (SKSR) assisted the Washington Kids in Transition organization earlier this month by bagging approximately 2,000 snack food bags....

Prep sports roundup: Warriors earn wins in wrestling, boys swim

Both the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors’ wrestling and boys swim teams were in action on Thursday -- the grapplers at Lynnwood High School and the swimmers...

Prep wrestling: Mavericks defeat T-Birds

The Meadowdale Mavericks flexed their muscles and earned a strong victory on Thursday with a 48-21 win over the Shorewood Thunderbirds in a Wesco...

Your kitchen: Likely the most important room in your house

Join Irons Brothers Construction at the Northwest Remodeling Expo, set for Friday-Sunday, Jan. 18-20, at the Washington State Convention Center, Halls 4EF, 800 Convention...

Sponsor spotlight: Visit Irons Brothers at the Northwest Remodeling Expo Jan. 18-20

Join Irons Brothers Construction at the Northwest Remodeling Expo, set for Friday-Sunday, Jan. 18-20, at the Washington State Convention Center, Halls 4EF, 800 Convention...

Restaurant News: Fish and ‘those’ kind of chips, plus a sweet bakery find in...

You have to try the chips – no, not those chips If you’re out at a fish and chips restaurant that makes delicious, lightly salted...

Reminder: Edmonds Diversity Commission Film Series presents ‘Bully’ Jan. 19

"Bully" is the next free film screening in the Edmonds Diversity Film Series, set for Saturday, Jan. 19 at noon. "Bully" is a poignant and...

Edmonds School District wins Governor’s Gold Star Award

Three schools from the Edmonds School District were recognized by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Jan. 17 for signing up more than 70 percent of...

Food and clothing resources for furloughed federal workers and their families

If you are a federal worker who isn't being paid due to the government shutdown, there are local resources available to help you. For starters,...

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