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With family gatherings, football - and turkey - highways can get stuffed with traffic during Thanksgiving weekend. Drivers are encouraged to plan ahead and take advantage of Washington State Department of Transportation's travel tools. Comment?
With Walkathon co-founder Lars Phillips in the lead and striking an R. Crumb-inspired "Keep on Truckin" pose, the group sets out on the 2014 Walkathon from the Edmonds Dick's heading for the next stop, the Lake City location. Edmonds is again the starting line for this year's Dick's Walkathon, the annual event that raises funds to support homeless services in the Seattle area. Comment?
Barista Deb Harden packs up pastry to go at newly-opened Rila, a bakery cafe at 196th and 76th in Lynnwood Readers and colleagues thrill yours truly with mentions of food spots in our area that she has yet to discover. Culinary delights await those who seek new experiences at new local eateries. Comment?
The Sound Transit Board unanimously voted Thursday to send voters a final Sound Transit 3 ballot measure for consideration in November. The plan's proposals include completion of a regional light rail network as the area's population grows by an estimated 800,000 people before 2040. Comment?
The tunneling machine Bertha is more than one-third of the way through its 385-foot journey under Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct. However, the Washington State Department of Transportation still estimates the closure of the elevated roadway between South Spokane Street and the south end of the Battery street tunnel will last approximately two weeks. Comment?
The Washington State Department of Transportation is asking drivers who commute to downtown Seattle to change their commutes during a full closure of the State Route 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct that begins Friday. Once the closure begins, it is expected to last all day, every day for about two weeks. Comment?
What a difference a day makes as My Edmonds News returned to the Northwest Flower & Garden Show after Tuesday's media welcome tour to see our select Edmonds vendors in a buzz of activity. Our first stop was to visit Bob Rice Glass , where Bob and his daughter Laura were bustling around glass wares, answering the questions of garden show attendees from their corner booth in Aisle 200. Comment?
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