Chimney fire causes $50,000 damage to Edmonds home
The homeowner reported the fire in the single-story house in the 7600 block of 242nd Street Southwest at 9:45 p.m. "She couldn't see flames, but could hear a crackling noise inside a wall adjacent to the chimney.
Two Edmonds School District students win state honor; will meet President Obama
T he Edmonds School District announced Monday that both students selected in Washington state this year to receive a Hearst Scholarship are from the Edmonds District.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Driftwood Players 'Take a Kid to the Theater' program off to see the wizard Sunday
YWCA Pathways for Women advocate Noelle Nishida, left, with members of A Take Kids to the Theater group who attended a performance of "Robinson Crusoe" in August 2012.
Car crashes into Puget Drive yard Saturday morning
Police direct removal of the car that crashed into the yard of a home on Puget Drive Saturday morning.
Suspect in robbery booked into Snohomish County Jail
T he suspect in an armed robbery of a US Bank Thursday night in Lynnwood has been booked into the Snohomish County Jail for Robbery in the first degree.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Edmonds celebrating its history one site at a time
The Charles Larsen House in Edmonds is shown in this early 1890s, in a photo taken from the roof of the Edmonds Graded School.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Lynnwood police nab suspected bank robber
Lynnwood police say they caught a bank robber today who showed a long firearm, then tried to drive off with stolen money.
See homegrown 'Nutcracker' in Everett, Edmonds
Snohomish County's own production of "The Nutcracker" features a Christmas tree that doubles in size, an action-packed battle scene with cannons booming and Mother Ginger hiding buffoons under her giant skirt.
City to host presentation on Sunset Walkway project design Dec. 18
C onfused about plans for Sunset Avenue? The City of Edmonds will be presenting a preliminary design concept for the Sunset Avenue Walkway Project at 6 p.m. next Wednesday, Dec. 18 in the Edmonds Library Plaza Room, 650 Main St. The Sunset Avenue Walkway is being developed to provide an all-weather, ADA accessible and multi-modal route from Bell ... (more)
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Marijuana businesses in our neighborhood? Questions and answers
W ith the Dec.19 deadline for marijuana license requests looming, the Washington State Liquor Control Board reports only two new applicants from the Edmonds/Lynnwood/Mountlake Terrace area.
Pipes bursting all over county
Snohomish County Fire District 1, which covers most of south county, received 63 reports of broken pipes since Saturday.
A fresh start for Lynnwood:
The longtime Edmonds Community College administrator is set to take over as Lynnwood's mayor Jan. 1. She was sworn in Monday night during a brief ceremony at the City Council's last meeting of 2013.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Edmonds Council to consider Code of Conduct, meet in committees Tuesday
T he Edmonds City Council will meet on Tuesday, Dec.10, starting at 6 p.m., for an abbreviated meeting before adjourning to regularly scheduled committee meetings.
South Whidbey Record
Missing man sparks search of Langley marina
Allen Fletcher, 30, went missing near the marina in Langley on Nov. 18. Divers searched the area and recovered a jacket believed to belong to Fletcher, but did not find any other clues as to his whereabouts.
Some freezing rain coming, but then we warm up
The cold snap that started December in Washington should give way this week to more-normal cloudy-rainy weather with a chance of light snow in places during the transition.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Family of still-detained Lynnwood man hails vet's release
The Seattle-area family of an American citizen detained in North Korea for more than a year is cheering Pyongyang's decision to release 85-year-old tourist Merrill Newman and wondering when their loved one will come home.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Sightline Institute report: Coal and oil trains to cause hours of traffic delays in Snohomish County
A new analysis from Sightline Institute shows that the trains planned to transport coal and oil through the Northwest will cause hours of traffic delays across Snohomish County.
King County Journal
Aerospace Training Center gets full funding from legislature
The new Central Sound Aerospace Training Center set to be built at the Renton Airport recently received some additional funding from the state Legislature and will now be built to its full size.
Dear Boeing & Machinists: An open letter from Snohomish County's political leaders
The following open letter was written by Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson, County Executive John Lovick, Everett Port Commissioner Troy McClelland, and the mayors of Bothell, Edmonds, Mukilteo, Marysville, Mill Creek, Snohomish, Arlington and Woodway.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
McGaughey, Meador sworn in as Fire District 1 Commissioners
Jim McGaughey is sworn-in as a commissioner for Snohomish County Fire District 1. Administering the oath is Marsha Moore, board executive assistant.