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News from up north: City wants to rename Mukilteo Speedway

Mukilteo Police cites traffic issues as residents' top complaints every year. So it’s always seemed strange to Mayor Joe Marine that police would pull over drivers for speeding on a main …

Perimeter fence not happening for Edmonds police

The Edmonds Police Department for years has requested that funds be set aside in the City’s budget for a perimeter fence to surround the Public Safety Complex, which includes the police station …

Edmonds College hosted over 300 girls from the Edmonds, Mukilteo, and Everett school districts from eighth to 12th grade March 27 for an Expanding Your Horizons event. The annual event, designed to …

Pilot unhurt after plane crash north of Everett's Paine Field

The pilot of a small airplane that crashed in a wooded area north of Paine Field walked away unscathed from the accident. The airplane, a Cessna 150 aircraft owned by the Puget Sound …

Local photographer Amanda Thornton-DeWitt , a frequent contributor to the Edmonds Beacon, welcomed the public to her exhibit Thursday, Feb. 15, at Cascadia Art Museum during Art Walk Edmonds. …

After a tragic death, parents continue efforts to save lives

For Edmonds resident Gerry Gibson and wife Bonnie, founders of nonprofit Gibby Home Fire Prevention, the installation of their 6,000th smoke detector marked a milestone in a journey sparked by a …

Bruce Guthrie is the fastest 60-year-old on ice

Catch him if you can. That would be Picnic Point resident Bruce Guthrie, who refuses to act his age – 60½, he says – and why should he?  Guthrie is a demon on …

Voters approving Edmonds School District bond and levy

If the results of Tuesday’s special election hold – it appears very likely – Edmonds students may eventually walk into two new schools. The next update is scheduled 5 p.m. Feb. 16. …

‘Facing Edmonds’ returns to Cole Gallery

In 2018, Cole Gallery’s exhibit titled “Facing Edmonds” featured 45 portraits of well-known Edmonds residents – including Rick Steves, Dave Earling, and Blake Longsine – …

Both propositions placed on the special elect ballot are passing after the first vote. Proposition 1, a bond rquest that requires 60% yes votes to pass, is leading 18,302 (64.21%) to 10,203 …

$150K reward for information on postal van robbery

The Edmonds Police Department, in a post on X, says it is continuing to investigate the robbery of a United States Postal letter carrier working while en route to delivering mail. The suspect …

Shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, Edmonds Police reported on social media that multiple suspects fled from a stolen vehicle and into an innocent person’s residence in the 8700 block of  Main Street …

Edmonds' full day full of events to celebrate Lunar New Year, the Year of the Dragon, began with a free community celebration at Edmonds Center for the Arts. A large crowed enjoyed …

Sen. Jesse Salomon (D-Shoreline), who reprsents a portion of Edmonds in the 32nd Legislative District, announced Feb. 9  that he will begin work to pass HB 1998  through the Senate. …

Edmonds Food Bank close to finding a new home

It looks like the Edmonds Food Bank has found a long-sought-after new home. Executive Director Casey Davis announced Wednesday, Feb. 7, that the food bank has reached a  significant …

Edmonds murder suspect pleads not guilty

A murder suspect suspected in the killing of a rideshare driver in Edmonds pled not guilty on Monday. The Snohomish County Prosecutor’s Office charged  Alex Matthew Waggoner, …

Your complete guide to 2024 Lunar New Year in Edmonds

The third annual Lunar New Year Edmonds celebration on Saturday, Feb. 10, will help usher in the Year of the Dragon.     Edmonds is hosting a day full of events to celebrate …

Rosewood Manor on 220th in Esperance is no more. What will take its place? Single-family homes are planned. Rumors have it that famed Hollywood dog Rin Tin Tin could be buried on the site. …

Record store opens in Edmonds

Musicology Co , Edmonds' own record shop, held a soft opening Thursday, Feb. 1, at 420 Fifth Ave. S. Story this week in the Edmonds Beacon! See more pictures on the Beacon's Facebook page.

Sheriff’s Sgt. Dave Sorenson honored for his service

After 41 years of service to the citizens of Snohomish County, Sgt. Dave Sorenson served his last day in law enforcement and retired Jan. 26. At a gathering of more than 40 law enforcement …

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