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Son’s legacy of caring and compassion lives on through mother, Foundation

Son’s legacy of caring and compassion lives on through mother, Foundation

Brandon Brauns was a kid who was always thinking of others. Diagnosed with a brain tumor at the age of 4, Brandon appreciated the people who helped him and his parents, Jeff and Kris, during his treat... »

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Register for sixth annual Celebrate Schools! 5k Run/Walk

Register for sixth annual Celebrate Schools! 5k Run/Walk

Time is running out to preregister for the sixth annual Celebrate Schools! 5k Run/Walk. The event, which benefits the Foundation for Edmonds School District, is set for Saturday, Oct. 4 at the Alderwood Mall. Registration is $25 for adults, until Oct. 2 when it goes up to $35. Youth, ages 13-18, are... »

Lynnwood man taken into custody following police pursuit

Lynnwood man taken into custody following police pursuit

A 26 year-old Lynnwood man was taken into custody following a pursuit that started in Lynnwood and ended in Everett. The incident began near the 15500 block of 18th Ave. W. earlier this morning when a Sheriff’s Office lieutenant observed the male texting on his cell phone while driving. The lieutena... »

Warriors down Mavs 2-0 in ‘Jam the Stands’-style girls soccer match-up

Warriors down Mavs 2-0 in ‘Jam the Stands’-style girls soccer match-up

The game was billed as “Jam the stands, soccer version,” and while Meadowdale had more fans in attendance, Edmonds-Woodway put more balls in the goal as the Warriors beat the Mavericks 2-0 on Tuesday night. The two Warrior goals both came in the first half. Number one was at 17 minutes in on a shot ... »

Possible credit card data breach at Albertsons

Possible credit card data breach at Albertsons

Albertsons recently was notified by its third party Internet Technology services provider of an attempted criminal intrusion seeking to obtain payment card information used in some of its stores in Washington and other states. The Company has been informed that different malware was used in this rec... »

Circle of Flutes to play at free concert on Oct. 12 at Trinity Lutheran

Circle of Flutes to play at free concert on Oct. 12 at Trinity Lutheran

To celebrate the release of their new CD “Rain and Blue Skies,” the Circle of Flutes will be having a free concert at 7 p.m., Oct. 12 at Trinity Lutheran Church. The performance will include classical, jazz, folk and sacred music composed and arranged for C flute, piccolo, and alto, bass... »

Check out haunted STEM lab at Edmonds Community College on Oct. 31

Check out haunted STEM lab at Edmonds Community College on Oct. 31

Edmonds Community College invites the community to visit the haunted STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) lab 12-6 p.m., Fri., Oct. 31 in Monroe Hall, 6606 196th St. SW. in Lynnwood. Be amazed! Witness explosive — yet safe — demonstrations and participate in hands on activities such ... »

Clothes For Kids to host Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 1

Clothes For Kids to host Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 1

The public is invited to an Open House hosted by Clothes For Kids at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 1. Interested community members are invited for refreshments, a tour of our facility, and the chance to learn more about Clothes For Kids from volunteers, staff, and board members. Clothes For Kids provid... »

5-year prison sentence for Lynnwood bomb threat

5-year prison sentence for Lynnwood bomb threat

A man who threatened to blow up a Department of Corrections office in Lynnwood was sentenced in Everett to nearly five years in prison, our news partner, the Seattle Times, notes. Snohomish County Superior Court judge Bruce Weiss declined a defense request Monday to be lenient with 42-year-old David... »

Jr. Royal Cheerleaders hosting pancake breakfast fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 4

Jr. Royal Cheerleaders hosting pancake breakfast fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 4

The Jr. Royal Cheer pancake breakfast fundraiser will be from 9:30-11:30 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 4 at Lynnwood High School. The fundraiser will be at the concession trailer. Pancakes with sausage is $4 and $5 with coffee. All proceeds go to Royals Jr. Cheer. »

Triton women’s soccer team falls 2-1 to Everett

Triton women’s soccer team falls 2-1 to Everett

The Edmonds Community College women’s soccer team suffered a tough 2-1 defeat to NWAC No. 2-ranked Everett CC Saturday at Kasch Field. Saturday’s tilt was the first for both squads against a North team in 2014. A very even contest for most of the contest, it took until minute 62 to see a score when ... »

Edmonds Community men’s soccer team edges Everett 1-0

Edmonds Community men’s soccer team edges Everett 1-0

The Edmonds Community men’s soccer team defeated Everett Community Colletge 1-0 Saturday at Kasch Park thanks to a late goal and a tenacious Triton defense. It was the first NWAC North contest for both squads and pushed Edmonds to 4-2 in the league and 4-5-0 overall. Everett falls to 1-4-1 and... »

State Patrol nabs driver with stuffed bear in passenger seat for speeding, carpool lane violation

State Patrol nabs driver with stuffed bear in passenger seat for speeding, carpool lane violation

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Lynnwood man dies in Massachusetts skydiving accident

Lynnwood man dies in Massachusetts skydiving accident

Two skydivers killed after they crashed into a building during a tandem jump on Cape Cod, Mass., appeared to be having problems as they descended, police said. Our news partner, the Seattle Times, reports that Andrew Munson, of Nantucket, and his instructor, Eldon Burrier, of Lynnwood, died Sunday w... »

Snohomish County Fire District 1 hosts open house on Saturday, Oct. 4

Snohomish County Fire District 1 hosts open house on Saturday, Oct. 4

Snohomish County Fire District 1 will kick off Fire Prevention Month with an open house for the public from 10 a.m.-noon on Saturday, Oct. 4, at the Fire District 1 Training Tower (near Mariner High School), 12425 Meridian Ave. S. in Everett. Guests at the open house can: Meet firefighters, see a fi... »

New Fire Chief scheduled to be formally introduced during Monday’s City Council meeting

New Fire Chief scheduled to be formally introduced during Monday’s City Council meeting

New Lynnwood Fire Chief Scott Cockrum is scheduled to be formally introduced at Monday’s City Council meeting. Cockrum was confirmed by the City Council on Aug. 11. He brings to Lynnwood 25 years of fire and law enforcement experience. He has worked at all levels of fire and emergency services... »

PAWS to host Open House as part of state-wide shelter event on Saturday, Oct. 4

PAWS to host Open House as part of state-wide shelter event on Saturday, Oct. 4

PAWS invites the public to visit its shelter from 11 a.m.- 5 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 4 as part of Pawsitive Alliance’s third annual Statewide Shelter Open House Event. Pawsitive Alliance is working with 24 animal shelters across Washington State to promote their adorable adoptables and thousands of com... »

Looking back: Gertie Perrin’s Perrinville

Looking back: Gertie Perrin’s Perrinville

When Carl Perrin returned to their comfortable home in downtown Edmonds and told his wife Gertie they had just become owners of a few acres of land a few miles northeast and they were moving. Gertie’s comeback to him was “If I am moving to the sticks, then I am starting me a town.” True or not—we wi... »

Edmonds Community College presents fall lecture series

Edmonds Community College presents fall lecture series

Three speakers — Kip Fulbeck, Jane Wong, and Parfait Bassalé — have been announced for the fall segment of Edmonds Community College’s Brown Bag Lecture series, sponsored by the college’s Center for Student Engagement and Leadership.   Kip Fulbeck | “What are you? The Changing Face of Ame... »

Families learn ways to enhance health at Lynndale Elementary’s Active Living Fair

Families learn ways to enhance health at Lynndale Elementary’s Active Living Fair

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Clothes For Kids to host annual Brew & Bluegrass fundraiser Oct. 18

Clothes For Kids to host annual Brew & Bluegrass fundraiser Oct. 18

Clothes For Kids is hosting its “Brew & Bluegrass” fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 18, 5-9 p.m. at the Northshore Senior Center (10201 E. Riverside Drive, Bothell), with all proceeds benefiting Clothes For Kids. The public is invited to join the fun as local breweries, bluegrass bands and even a few w... »

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