Bird Lore: Baird’s Sandpiper

When shorebirds come north in spring, they separate along three distinct North American flyways. The adult birds follow their expected paths. All bets are...

French cabaret vocals fill air during Edmonds Art Walk

The sounds of Paris filled Hazel Miller Plaza during this month's Third Thursday Art Walk as the Seattle-based combo Rouge served up a non-stop...

Edmonds Police Blotter: July 11-17

July 11 8700 block 238th Street Southwest: A man got into a verbal argument with his girlfriend. 22800 block 100th Avenue West: Three men stole a...

Edmonds Lutheran Church to host ‘Blok’ party for housing tours July 29

Edmonds Lutheran Church will host a "Blok" Party on Sunday, July 29 from 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. This will be an opportunity for...

Sounder trains to run for Saturday Sounders FC match, Sunday Mariners game

Sports fans can skip traffic coming into Seattle this weekend by riding Sound Transit’s Sounder event trains to the Sounders FC vs. Vancouver Whitecaps...

Letter to the editor: Existing sign is warm, like Edmonds

Editor: My name is Kell Colony, I’m 15 years old attending Edmonds-Woodway High School living in Edmonds. I am a part of Boy Scout troop...

Anna D. Rutledge: Lake Ballinger resident loved her yard, flowers and gardening

Anna D. Rutledge Dec 8, 1918 -July 4, 2018 Anna D. Rutledge, 99, passed away at Swedish Hospital in Edmonds on July 4, 2018 from respiratory...

Police searching for missing EdCC student

Lynnwood Police are searching for Battulga Batbold, a 23-year-old exchange student from Mongolia, who was reported missing Wednesday. Battulga, who also goes by "Tulga", was...

From the Edmonds Mayor: The ‘value’ of grants

Hard as it may be to believe, we're already entering "budget season" and need to start planning for the 2019 budget. So as I...

Local teens make a splash at 2018 Fire Camp

Thirty-five teens from across Snohomish County are getting the rare opportunity to spend this week immersing themselves (often literally) in the world of firefighting,...

Some relief for home buyers as inventory increases, Coldwell Banker Bain says in 2nd...

Real estate brokerage firm Coldwell Banker Bain said Wednesday that while the Puget Sound market has experienced inventory increases compared to last year, there...

Artfully Edmonds: A fresh entertainment lineup for 2018 Taste, plus Art Walk preview

Some major changes are slated for the 36th annual Edmonds Chamber of Commerce’s food tasting and entertainment extravaganza set to commence Aug. 10 this...

Verdant Health Commission board seeks applicants to fill vacancy

Public Hospital District No. 2, Snohomish County, which does business as the Verdant Health Commission, is seeking applications for candidates to fill the seat...

Edmonds author starts a group for ‘Elder Orphans’

The experience of being ill and having her 83-year-old boyfriend in France and no one to call for support spurred Edmonds author and writing...

Updated poll: Old sign, new sign, another design?

On Tuesday night, July 17, City of Edmonds staff made a presentation to the Edmonds City Council that included a more detailed conceptual design...

South County Politics: PUD Commission candidates, including one from Edmonds, take varied approaches...

Five candidates are running to represent the south county area on the Snohomish County Public Utility District Board of Commissioners. Each is taking a...

City goes back to drawing board on sign ideas; council signals support for gun...

Updated with latest conceptual drawing of current design, plus link to Tuesday night PowerPoint presentation. City staff will conduct more outreach to citizens and come...

Letter to editor: Vote Rebecca Wolfe for Snohomish County PUD commissioner

Editor: Maybe you're surprised, as I was, that we in Snohomish County have a say-so in the priorities of our PUD. The three powerful positions...

Edmonds Classic Car Show July 21 at Church of God

The annual Classic Car Show, a benefit for local food banks and seniors coordinated by Edmonds resident Al Rutledge, is set for 9 a.m....

The Old Settlers Picnic — 119 years of tradition set for Aug. 12

Date: Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018 Time: 10:30/11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Place: Kitchen #2, at the Edmonds City Park – 600 Third Ave. S., Edmonds Come alone,...

Registered sex offender formerly from Edmonds sentenced to 20 years for child pornography convictions

A registered sex offender with prior convictions for raping a 12-year-old girl he met via the internet was sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court...

From Work Parties to School Supplies — Edmonds Rotary’s Service Supports YWCA Trinity Housing...

Background YWCA’s Project Reunite provides permanent supportive housing for women and men experiencing homelessness and in treatment for addiction, so they can reunite with children who were temporarily...

Foundation for Edmonds School District receives $75K Whitehorse Foundation grant

The Foundation for Edmonds School District announced Monday it has received a $75,000 grant to help fund its new Whole Families, Whole Communities program. The...

John Groen, a prescription compounder specialist, joins Paktia in Edmonds

Rashid Jamal opened the independently owned pharmacy, Paktia in downtown Edmonds three years ago. Five months ago, he hired John Groen who specializes in prescription...

Phoenix Theatre presents Summer Shorts July 20-29

Cool off with some hot local "Summer Shorts" as the Phoenix Theatre opens its collection of 10-minute comedic plays by local playwrights this Friday,...

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