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Super Deli Mart beer guru re-emerges in Lynnwood
In spring 2009, a Korean immigrant named Min Chung opened Super Deli Mart in West Seattle, which sold what its name implied, except for one surprise, one sudsy, tasty surprise - craft beers.
Washington's historic day: Winners and losers in the rush for legal marijuana
Hundreds of people waited in line to buy pot on opening day at Cannabis City the first retail marijuana shop to open in Seattle.
Police: Woman threw baby out second-story window
A Washington woman whose family says she has a history of mental illness is being held in jail after she reportedly tossed her 1-year-old nephew out a second-story window.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Have you seen this suspected Lynnwood bank robber?
The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man suspected of robbing a local Bank of America Monday afternoon.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Meadowdale HS hosting Jr. Football Camp July 15-17
M eadowdale High School is hosting a Jr. Football Camp for incoming students in grades 3-7.
911 centers log hundreds of fireworks-related calls
The Fourth of July holiday weekend was accompanied by hundreds of fireworks-related 911 calls in Snohomish County, according to emergency dispatch centers.
Shari Jenkins, a certified financial planner in Waddell & Reed's Lynnwood office, has been named to Waddell & Reed's 2014 President's Council.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
3 more nurses for Lynnwood jail
Officials are aiming to make the hires in the coming months, said police Cmdr. Jim Nelson, who oversees jail operations.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Eyes in the sky: WSP troopers look for drunken drivers from the air
An interchange of I-5 is shown looking north from a Cessna 206 State Patrol airplane during a DUI emphasis patrol on Wednesday.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Edmonds Kind of Play: Classes, camps from kindergarten through high...
Edmonds Kind of Play: Classes, camps from kindergarten through high school -- and a run/walk for Facebook Moms - My Edmonds News I t's July, and those of us who parked our chairs on the 4th of July parade route certainly didn't expect them to get rained on.
Statements on education from candidates for open 21st District seat
The five candidates seeking the open 21st District seat in the State House of Representatives all sent recent statements about what the legislature should do to comply with the court order to provide full state support for basic public education.
Artfully Edmonds: It's an "Edmonds Kind of Sky" on the 4th of July
Reminder: My Edmonds News TV will be streaming Live on the Fourth! Going home to grab sunscreen and a sandwich? Tune in to My Edmonds News TV for a different angle on the festivities! As the sparkle of fireworks fades, I can't imagine a more pleasant way to spend a Sunday afternoon than strolling the Edmonds waterfront taking in both our beautiful ... (more)
Traffic stop death probed
A man who crashed a car and died in Lake Forest Park on June 18 had been fleeing from Brier police just moments before.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Edmonds CC Foundation honors long-time college supporter
T he Edmonds Community College Foundation awarded Dean Echelbarger - a long-time Edmonds resident and business leader - the Cornerstone Award for his distinctive contributions to the college at an event on June 25. Echelbarger was awarded this honor because of his long-standing devotion and support of Edmonds CC and its Foundation, providing truly ... (more)
Light rail: What about Paine Field?
As Sound Transit pencils out possible light-rail routes between Lynnwood and Everett, the big question revolves around Paine Field .
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Devotees swear by Lynnwood artesian well
Seattle resident Chika Tokara caps one of her water jugs after filling up at a public artesian well on 164th Street in Lynnwood on Wednesday.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Obstacle course runners honor Team Carl The Running Club from Brier Terrace Middle School met over the weekend of May 17 at the Toutle River Resort to compete for the second time in an adventure 5k called the Ash Kicker.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
North Korea preparing to try 2 American tourists
North Korea said Monday it is preparing to try two Americans who entered the country as tourists for carrying out what it says were hostile acts against the country.
From Stanwood to Sno-Isle: A ballot measure is likely on annexing the city's library
Stanwood voters are likely to see a November ballot measure that would annex the city's library into Sno-Isle Libraries , freeing up city funds for roads, police and fire by creating a new library tax.