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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."
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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.
Outage on Highway 99 near Swedish/Edmonds Wednesday after backhoe hits power line
T raffic was snarled on Highway 99 near Swedish/Edmonds for about a half hour Wednesday afternoon after a construction crew hit a power line with a backhoe around 1:50 pm., Snohomish County PUD spokesman Neil Neroutsos said.
Introductory statements from South District Court judge, challenger
South District Court Judge Jeffrey D. Goodwin faces a challenge in the November election from Brett Nagle.
Rescued dog, who became an Edmonds police canine, has died
A retired police canine, who had been with the Edmonds, Wash., Police Department, died last weekend reported Monday's KIRO News .
Edmonds City Council agrees to test Sunset Walkway configuration
T he Edmonds City Council agreed by a 4-3 vote Tuesday night to spend $20,000 to test out a multi-use walkway on Sunset Avenue before committing additional funding to the project.
Front Porch: Edmonds schools foundation gets new name
The Edmonds Public Schools and Alumni Foundation has changed its name to the Foundation for Edmonds School District.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
City of Edmonds to begin pavement overlays starting Thursday
The City's 2014 Pavement Overlay Project is scheduled to begin starting Thursday on the following streets: - 100th Ave W from 243rd Place Southwest to Edmonds Way - begin work Aug. 21 - Olympic View Drive from Talbot Rd to 76th Avenue West - begin work Sept.
Edmonds Public Schools Foundation gets new name, new look
The name comes out of the foundation's merger with the Edmonds School District Alumni Association and the desire to more clearly connect the foundation with its beneficiary, the Edmonds School District, said Executive Director Deb Anderson.
Solarize South County Community Coalition looking for community organizations
T he Solarize South County Community Coalition is seeking applications from qualified community organizations interested in having a donated solar photovoltaic system installed at their facility.
Foreign Correspondence: It may not be Vilnius, but Edmonds could use a cat cafe
L ithuania is a little like the Edmonds of the globe. It's a small, scenic nation with a temperate climate and a bit of coastline; its overgrown neighbors have often threatened to swallow it up; and, while lovely, it's not exactly a hot tourist destination .
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Council to review plan for temporary Sunset Avenue Walkway striping
S everal key items are before the Edmonds City Council Tuesday night, including a plan to temporarily restripe the Sunset Avenue Walkway in a way "that mimics the extent of the project without the commitment of significant funds to it," according to the narrative accompanying the agenda.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Like Astaire and Rogers: A teen ballroom dance duo eye championships in Paris
As fierce and competitive as any football player, dancers Erik Linder, 14, and Rickie Taylor, 13, have stamina equal to most of the Seahawks.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Scene in Edmonds: It's clear - Moms Run This Town
Heather Damron hands out special event T-shirts featuring the "Edmonds Moms Run This Town" logo.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Happy birthday, Edmonds
George Brackett and his team of oxen, circa 1885. Legend has it that when Brackett found himself two signatures short on his 1890 application to incorporate Edmonds as a town, he added the names of two of these oxen, Simon and Bolivar.
Edmonds man who died in bicycle crash identified
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office has identified an Edmonds man who died in a bicycle accident Aug. 4. John M. Taylor, 65, was riding down a slope along Hemlock Street that evening.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Woman seriously injured in Edmonds house fire
A woman was severely injured in a Tuesday evening house fire in Edmonds. Neighbors in the 9000 block of 218th Street SW call 911 just after 5 p.m. when they saw smoke and flames coming from a nearby home, according to officials from Snohomish County Fire District 1. When firefighters arrived on scene they found the garage at the house engulfed in ... (more)