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Edmonds School Board briefed on new response policy for violent intruders

Edmonds School Board briefed on new response policy for violent intruders

The Edmonds School District is planning to adopt a new response policy to deal with potential violent intruders. District staff briefed the Board of Directors on the changes during Tuesday’s Board mee... »

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Defeating Racism Today:  What Does It Take? program set for April 11

Defeating Racism Today: What Does It Take? program set for April 11

Does the eradication of racist laws really combat institutionalized racism? How does subtle and sometimes hidden institutionalized racism affect the citizens, economy and future of Washington state? Join the Edmonds SnoKing branch of the American Association of University Women and Edmonds Community... »

Police to serve as celebrity waiters at Claim Jumper during Tip-A-Cop event for Special Olympics on April 9

Police to serve as celebrity waiters at Claim Jumper during Tip-A-Cop event for Special Olympics on April 9

Local law enforcement officers will be partnering with Claim Jumper to serve as celebrity waiters during Tip-A-Cop from 5-9 p.m., Thursday, April 9. The event benefits Special Olympics and is part of the Law Enforcement Torch Run, which is one of the largest fundraising arms of Special Olympics. Who... »

Prep baseball: Lynnwood edges Mountlake Terrace 4-1

Prep baseball: Lynnwood edges Mountlake Terrace 4-1

Lynnwood’s Lucas Jungmann allowed only three hits to help lead the Royals to a 4-1 victory over Mountlake Terrace in a Wesco 3A South baseball game Friday at Mountlake Terrace High School. Hawk pitcher Jason Shevenko gave up just four hits, one earned run and struck out nine Lynnwood hitters i... »

April Pool’s Day coming April 11 to Lynnwood Recreation Center

April Pool’s Day coming April 11 to Lynnwood Recreation Center

The Lynnwood Recreation Center is hosting April Pool’s Day from 9 -11 a.m on Saturday, April 11. This free event includes boating safety awareness, CPR basics, free play time with the slides and more. Families are encouraged to learn and play together. Enter the Duck Race for a chance to swim ... »

Lynnwood Rotary honors Scriber Lake High School’s Bowker, Cliff and author Ricks for Write to Right program

Lynnwood Rotary honors Scriber Lake High School’s Bowker, Cliff and author Ricks for Write to Right program

Scriber Lake High School teacher Marjie Bowker and principal Kathy Cliff and author Ingrid Ricks were honored and recognized with a Paul Harris Fellow from the Rotary Club of Lynnwood on Thursday. The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute or who have contributions ma... »

Lynnwood Police blotter

Lynnwood Police blotter

The following are selected incidents from the Lynnwood Police blotter. March 19 19800 block of 40th Ave. W. Theft. A business reported the theft of a storage box. 18700 block of Alderwood Mall Parkway. Forgery. A man sold his iPad to a person who used counterfeit money. March 20 5000 block of 196th ... »

Training with man’s best friend

Training with man’s best friend

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Overall ASB revenues at Edmonds School District high schools steady; student stores and vending machines down

Overall ASB revenues at Edmonds School District high schools steady; student stores and vending machines down

There was good news and bad news about Associated Student Body (ASB) revenues at the four high schools in the Edmonds School District. District Executive Director of Business and Operations Stewart Mhyre reported that overall ASB revenues are up from last year at this time but school store and vendi... »

Clean out your medicine cabinets, Snohomish County Sheriff urges

Clean out your medicine cabinets, Snohomish County Sheriff urges

Snohomish County is at “the epicenter” of heroin use in Washington state, County Sheriff Ty Trenary told members of the Lynnwood Chamber of Commerce during their monthly networking breakfast Thursday. One key to solving the problem? Ridding our medicine cabinets of all unused opiate-base... »

Edmonds School Board briefed on new response policy for violent intruders

Edmonds School Board briefed on new response policy for violent intruders

The Edmonds School District is planning to adopt a new response policy to deal with potential violent intruders. District staff briefed the Board of Directors on the changes during Tuesday’s Board meeting. The current practice when faced with a violent intruder is to go into a lockdown in which stud... »

Lynnwood Farmers Market looking for performers

Lynnwood Farmers Market looking for performers

The City of Lynnwood would like to spotlight local musicians and performing artists this summer at its Farmers Market. Based on audition videos, the Lynnwood Arts Commission will select artists or groups to perform at the Market, a free community celebration expected to attract up to 2,000 visitors ... »

Can you provide a home for Toby?

Can you provide a home for Toby?

Toby is a very friendly, young, playful and handsome Brindle Pit Bull Terrier who is available for adoption. He’s approximately 1 or 2 years old, seems to be great with kids and other dogs. It’s unknown yet if he gets along well with cats. He already knows certain commands and will do al... »

Happening nearby:  Celebrating a century of life

Happening nearby: Celebrating a century of life

Regina Byrd was a little bit late to her birthday party Wednesday afternoon at Mountlake Terrace Plaza but the guest of honor definitely made it worth the wait for her guests. Dressed in her finest clothes, Byrd was wheeled around in the dining room and greeted her friends on a momentous occasion &#... »

Edmonds School District Board hears from opponents of ‘recycled tire’ turf fields

Edmonds School District Board hears from opponents of ‘recycled tire’ turf fields

The Edmonds School District Board of Directors heard plenty of opposition to the District’s plans to install two artificial turf fields at the former Woodway High School site. During the public comment period at Tuesday’s Board meeting, residents, parents and students voiced concerns about the poten... »

City Council passes Budgeting for Outcome Resolution

City Council passes Budgeting for Outcome Resolution

The Lynnwood City Council unanimously approved a resolution affirming that Budgeting for Outcomes will be the guiding policy in the City’s development, presentation and implementation of the budget. The resolution, approved during Monday’s meeting, said in part that “Extensive citizen input an... »

City recognizes Verdant Health Commission for BikeLink project grant

City recognizes Verdant Health Commission for BikeLink project grant

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Lynnwood finalizes contract for jail medical services

Lynnwood finalizes contract for jail medical services

After two attempts, the City has found an organization to provide medical services for the Lynnwood City Jail. The City Council approved a contract with Public Hospital District No. 1 of King County at Monday’s meeting. The District currently provides medical services to the Issaquah and Kent ... »

Opinion: Don’t let your city turn basic necessities into a blank check

Opinion: Don’t let your city turn basic necessities into a blank check

Our cities and towns are struggling to stay above water these days, with good reason. When the Great Recession devastated tax revenues, the state reduced every funding stream it could to balance the budget during the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. As a result, the local infrastruc... »

Lynnwood Rotary presents $30,000 check in support of district’s early learning program

Lynnwood Rotary presents $30,000 check in support of district’s early learning program

The Rotary Club of Lynnwood presented a check for $30,000 that will fund an additional day of prekindergarten at four elementary schools in the Edmonds School District. With the District’s focus on PreK-3rd Grade Early Learning as part of the Strategic Direction, the Lynnwood Rotary has continued to... »

Clothes For Kids Transforming Lives Breakfast raises more than $29,000

Clothes For Kids Transforming Lives Breakfast raises more than $29,000

More than $29,000 in donations and pledges — a new record — were collected during the 2015 Clothes for Kids Transforming Lives breakfast earlier this month, with online and mail-in donations still coming in, according to a Clothes for Kids announcement Tuesday. Thanks to the event’s sponsors, 100 pe... »

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