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The 2024 Edmonds Fishing Pier underwater SCUBA maintenance event is Sunday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Emerald Sea Dive Club, led by City staffer Matthew Shawhan, will lead a team of 10-15 …

Dave Turley is out as Edmonds’ director of finance

Turley is out as Edmonds’ director of finance SUB Departure is ‘mutually beneficial,’ mayor says By Brian Soergel Another finance director is gone …

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen paid a visit to the Edmonds Food Bank recently, accompanied by District Director Ryan Casey. Larsen took a tour of the food bank facility, led by Food Bank Director Casey Davis. …

Judge Matthew Baldock has announced his candidacy to retain his seat in the South Division of the Snohomish County District Court in Lynnwood. Baldock, 49, was appointed to this position in 2023. …

The first music acts for Taste Edmonds Aug. 9-11 have been announced: the all-female AC/DC Tribute Hell’s Belles’ ’80s new wave band Nite Wave; and Fleetwood Mac Tribute The Little …

Community Transit is proposing to eliminate its commuter bus fare when those routes …

Over the next several months, Sound Transit will conduct a survey onboard select bus, Sounder, and light rail routes in the Puget Sound region. This will include select Community Transit and King …

Suds & Spirits

Did you know that Edmonds was at the center of the bootleg trade during prohibition? Yup, small boats would pull up to the shore at Brackett’s Landing, late at night, and load crate after crate …

Olympic Ballet School takes home wins at 2 competitions

For more than 40 years, Edmonds’ Olympic Ballet School, the official school of Olympic Ballet Theatre, has built a reputation as the leading school of classical ballet in north Puget Sound. …

Lee Lageschulte took this great shot of Brackett's Landing North and the jetty Saturday, April 13.

Two options for growth in Edmonds

For a long time, the maxim was this: Edmonds is built out. The new maxim: But it’s not built up . And not built out on existing home property. In addition, Edmonds’ 9 square miles …

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 …

The Edmonds City Council is hosting a public town hall 7-9 p.m. April 18 at the Public Works Building, 7110 210th Ave. SW. “This represents your council wanting to take our public …

Edmonds College will host a resource fair for immigrants and refugees on Tuesday, April 16, in room 202 of Woodway Hall. The …

New campaign seeks to reduce food waste in Washington

Each year, Washington generates one million tons of food waste, including half a million tons of edible food. That’s enough food to make 105 meals for every person in Washington. This …

County hosts free earth week recycling event

The Snohomish County Office of Energy & Sustainability is hosting a free earth week event for the public April 27 at the Evergreen State Fair. Residents can bring hard-to-recycle items to …

The reasons are varied — rising gas prices, reducing carbon emissions, avoiding the stress of driving — but many people are rethinking how they get to work. As Snohomish County grows, …

Longtime Edmonds-Woodway football coach leaves a legacy of winning

John Gradwohl has retired following 28 years of coaching Edmonds-Woodway High School football. But he hasn’t gone far: He continues to teach P.E. at the school where he has coached since …

Get prepared for emergencies

Want to become more confident that you are ready for natural and human-caused emergencies? Consider signing up for When Disaster Strikes: Prepare, Act, Survive, a hands-on training opportunity. …

Join the Edmonds Ivy League for any of three consecutive Earth Day events the weekend of April 20 and 21 and on the official Earth Day, Monday April 22. Volunteers will gather at the Southwest …

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