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This week, the Snohomish County Council voted unanimously to amend the county code by prohibiting the sale of fireworks in all “no fireworks areas” where use is currently banned. The …

Devin Hermanson: 1 of 7 running against Rick Larsen

Nonprofit consultant, entrepreneur, and activist Devin Hermanson is among seven who have filed to compete against incumbent Rep. Rick Larsen in Washington’s 2 nd Congressional District. …

Sun shows its flare: Northern lights prove their worth in once-in-a-lifetime display

Last Friday night into early Saturday morning was, for many, one of the highlights of their lives as the aurora borealis, known colloquially as the northern lights, put on a rare and dazzling show …

2024 primary: The race is on

Rep. Strom Peterson of Edmonds will have some competition in this year’s primary as two people have filed to run for his two-year Position 1 seat in the 21st legislative district, which serves …

Sound off on City’s transportation survey The City iscreating an updated 20-year Comprehensive Plan it says is inclusive of, and responsive to, the interests and priorities of all …

Pam Stuller: 'Grateful to have provided a space that you’ve adopted as your own’

More than 17 years ago, Pam Stuller had a vision for Walnut Street Street Coffee, formerly Regina’s Flower Escape.  “My husband and I were working crazy hours getting the space …

Port of Edmonds celebrates opening of administrative building

The Port of Edmonds held a ribbon-cutting for its new administrative and maintenance building April 27. Mayor Mike Rosen, U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen, Port Executive Director Angela Harris, and Port …

Ethan Stowell's third iteration of Victor Tavern has opened at Main Street Commons in Edmonds. Burgers and sandwiches range from $21 to $28 for lunch and dinner.  Entrees are $25-$36 for …

Judge rules for Pruitt in his lawsuit against City of Edmonds

A United States District Court judge has ruled against an attempt by Edmonds City Council President Vivian Olson – partially joined by former Mayor Mike Nelson and the City of Edmonds …

Mukilteo-based Orca Beverage Inc. and Jones Soda Co. have entered into an agreement where Jones will utilize Orca’s bottling facility and distribution network to service customers in the …

Meadowdale High School student members of the Edmonds Stream Team and volunteers at the Willow Creek Salmon Hatchery in Edmonds captured over 2,000 coho salmon fry (“babies”) out of the …

This ‘Titanic’ promises to soar, not sink

Don’t go to Edmonds Heights’ new musical expecting Jack Dawson to coax Rose from the railing, as he did in James Cameron’s “Titanic.” But with the K-12 …

Running for office? Filing begins today

Candidates can begin filing Monday, May 6. for hundreds of local, state and federal offices  up for grabs in this year’s election. Online filing began at 8 a.m. and ends at  5 …

The Edmonds Historical Museum 's 2024 Summer Market debuted Saturday, May 4, under cloudy and drizzly skies. It returns every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through Oct. 19. It's centered on …

Investigation ongoing into accidental firearm violation from Police Chief Michelle Bennett

The City of Edmonds is investigating the accidental discharge of a service weapon by Police Chief Michelle Bennett almost two months ago. The incident was first reported by KIRO News. …

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office issued an alert for a missing 11-year-old Lynnwood girl, who left her residence on foot on Saturday, April 27, and has not returned home. …

The Edmonds Waterfront Center is fully committed to bringing people together and fighting loneliness, its leaders said at the EWC’s annual luncheon recently CEO Daniel Johnson addressed …

Jobs, programs are the victims of school district budget cuts

The Edmonds School District board of directors has voted to reduce its budget by $10.6 million, or 2.65%, to lower its operating budget to “bring expenses in alignment with projected funding …

SOUND OFF: Council seeks input on Fire/EMS options 

Edmonds City Council will be conducting a public hearing during the Tuesday, May 7, council meeting. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers at 250 Fifth Ave. N.  Last …

The red barn on Fifth Avenue South looks particularly lovely these days. We certainly love where we live. The decoration is courtesy of Terry Vehrs, with approval by Wilcox Construction.

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