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Through RSVP, a small army of seniors pitches in
Ralph Quaas was 72 when he sold City Floral , an Everett flower shop he had owned for 40 years.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Biang! Serves Little Bowls of Garlic and Big Bowls of Noodles
"To be honest, I don't like noodles," confesses Miah Young, owner of Biang! , a noodle house fifteen miles north of Seattle, in Edmonds.
'He is a remarkable man': Students celebrate birthday of former music teacher with ALS
Yes, ice water was involved. Maybe you're tired of seeing pails poured over heads, but Jim Hashman's story is so much more than anybody taking the Ice Bucket Challenge .
Spreading 'Rumors' in Edmonds
Phoenix Theatre presents Neil Simon's 'Rumors,' through Sept. 21. Four couples, including above J. Woody Lots and Rebekah Dawn, show up at the home of the deputy mayor of New York and his wife for their 10th wedding anniversary party.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Solar comes of age in Edmonds
Dan Fine stands next to the state-of-the-art electric meter that measures electricity flowing both in and out of their home.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Final Edmonds-Woodway Jazz Colony performance tonight on waterfront
T onight - Wednesday, Aug. 27 - from 5-8 p.m. marks the last performance of the summer by the Edmonds-Woodway High School Jazz Colony, which includes 36 jazz musicians in small ensembles.
Clothes For Kids grows along with school children
When she first saw the need, Sharie Ennis was a PTA president with one daughter in elementary school and the other in middle school.
Edmonds Council dives into Westgate, Highway 99 zoning details
T opics like zoning don't sound very exciting and can often be complicated both to explain and to understand.
Runners with Edmonds-Woodway ties finish strong in Alki 5K
Two Edmonds students made outstanding finishes at last weekend's Alki Beach 5K in West Seattle, a benefit for Northwest Hope and Healing breast cancer patients, which drew about 1,100 runners and walkers.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Generosity lives on: How Hazel Miller is still helping others years after her death
South Snohomish County has much to be thankful for, and much of that has come from the forward-looking generosity of the late Hazel Miller.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
t's an Edmonds kind of . . . movie
Yes, if your Monday morning intention was to enjoy the shops-opening moment in downtown Edmonds today you probably caught on quickly that a movie was being shot at Engel's Pub, 113 5th Ave. Movie producer Chris Oliver spoke with My Edmonds News about "The Gift" between takes as traffic along 5th Avenue came to a halt, and the director shouted, ... (more)
Westgate wants to be more walkable, green, diverse
At stake is the future of land surrounding one of Edmonds' busiest intersections - Edmonds Way and 100th Avenue W. - home to popular grocery stores, coffee shops, restaurants and drugstores.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Edmonds VFW Post announces student essay contest
E dmonds-based VFW Post 8870 has announced the details regarding its annual student essay contest, which is open for students living in the Edmonds and Mukilteo School Districts.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
'Coming crisis': more trains carrying coal and oil
A surge in coal and oil trains through Snohomish County is a 'coming crisis' which threatens to irreparably damage the quality of life in several communities unless addressed, the mayor of Edmonds warned Friday.
Edmonds construction-accident victim identified
The worker who was electrocuted at a construction project at Swedish Hospital's Edmonds campus on Wednesday has been identified as a Pierce County man.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Edmonds Kind of Play: Lots of ways to still enjoy summer, get in gear for school year
T he end of August has a certain air of purgatory to it. The "ahhh it's summer" feeling is gone, but it's not really replaced with the whole Back-To-School thing, it's more like "hurry up and wait."
North Kitsap Herald
City council, county commissioners should follow island's lead | In Our Opinion
In July, the Puget Sound dodged a bullet when a train carrying nearly 100 cars of crude oil went off the track beneath the Magnolia Bridge in Seattle's Interbay neighborhood.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Updated: Worker dies after construction accident at Swedish/Edmonds Wednesday
A 38-year-old man died Wednesday afternoon after being electrocuted during a construction accident at the Swedish/Edmonds campus that also triggered a power outage to the hospital and several Edmonds neighborhoods, Edmonds police said.
No interest in mostly blind, deaf dog who would love to find a family
Don't let his name fool you - "Bones" is all heart. This lovely 14-year-old miniature Dachshund has had a hard life, but he's hoping that someone sees his story and hopes to make him part of their family.