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Retired doctor named Citizen of the Year for 2023

Dr. Robert “Rob” Scarr has been named the Kiwanis Club’s 2023 Citizen of the Year. He was nominated by Shannon and Karen Prater. The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce will honor …

HASCO gets its 4.4-acre property in Edmonds after all

Seven months after its initial $8.9 million offer for 4.4 acres of land in Edmonds called “Hadley’s Acres" was outbid, the Housing Authority of Snohomish County (HASCO) has announced that …

East Coast newspaper profiles Rick Steves

The Washington Post posted a story on Edmonds' own Rick Steves Monday morning. And according to Amy Duncan at Rick Steves' Europe, it's been the most popular article all day. There's plenty …

Following a well-attended debut in 2023, the City of Edmonds will host Pride Month events throughout June with a series of free events in partnership with several local organizations. …

May 4: Who's returning, what's new at the Edmonds Summer Market

You no longer have to wonder if the popular farmers market is in town this weekend. Beginning Saturday, May 4, and continuing through Oct. 19, the Edmonds Historical Museum’s Summer Market will …

Lynnwood Neighborhood Center has groundbreaking

The faith-based Volunteers of America Western Washington, in partnership with Trinity Lutheran Church, says it has reached a significant milestone in its journey towards creating more connected …

In its first grant cycle of the year, the Edmonds-based Hazel Miller Foundation awarded $365,375 to 18 organizations making a positive impact across South Snohomish County.    …

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 …

The "Joie de Vivre" bronze sculpture has been gifted to the Edmonds Waterfront Center by Edmonds artist David Varnau. The sculpture was recently installed on the waterfront, outside of the EWC …

Changing the world, one step (and one word) at a time

“You write in order to change the world, knowing perfectly well that you probably can’t, but also knowing that literature is indispensable to the world. The world changes according to the …

The next public comment period for the Unocal Edmonds Bulk Fuel Terminal 0178 cleanup site  is delayed until the summer to allow for more document preparation time. From Department of …

City announces selection of ‘community liaisons’

The City of Edmonds Planning and Development Department has announced the selection of community liaisons to be part of the new Community Champions Network Initiative as part of the 2024 Edmonds …

Struggling ferry system finds way into governor race

Washington’s front-running Democratic candidate for governor is embracing a Republican idea that would hasten the building of new ferries and slow the state’s push to electrify the fleet. …

Struggling ferry system finds way into governor race

Washington’s front-running Democratic candidate for governor is embracing a Republican idea that would hasten the building of new ferries and slow the state’s push to electrify the fleet. …

Strom Peterson applauds new drinking water standard

Washington regulators will adopt a drinking water standard the federal government issued recently that’s meant to limit people’s exposure to a class of harmful chemicals used for decades …

Link 1 Line service to Lynnwood begins Aug. 30

It’s getting close. Passenger service on Sound Transit’s Link 1 Line will begin to Lynnwood Aug. 30. The 8.5-mile segment will add four new stations: Shoreline South/148th St., …

PAWS Wildlife Center: Space for injured animals to roam

On April 20, about 300 people attended the official opening of the new PAWS Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, just south of Snohomish on Highway 9. The 25-acre campus features nine buildings or enclosures that …

The Foundation for Edmonds School District has launched what it calls the Save the Arts campaign. It aims to ensure that all 20,800 children in the Edmonds School district, including 7,000 children …

This past year has been one of many changes for the Port of Edmonds. In 2023, Angela Harris took over as Port executive director, and Janelle Cass and Selena Killin filled commissioner vacancies. …

PAWS Wildlife Rehabilitation Center: A second chance for animals

On a beautiful sunny Saturday, PAWS welcomed hundreds of guests to its ribbon-cutting ceremony for the long-awaited Wildlife Rehabilitation facility, the largest in the state. Nearly 10 years to the …

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