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Mail theft continues to be a problem after the holidays

Mail theft continues to be a problem after the holidays

While mail and parcel thefts generally do peak during the holiday season, Lynnwood Police say that the problem is an on-going one. Lynnwood Police noted that “Mail and parcel thefts do always sp... »

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Concrete grinding begins Monday on I-5 between Shoreline and Northgate

Concrete grinding begins Monday on I-5 between Shoreline and Northgate

The ride on I-5 north of Seattle is on its way to getting a lot smoother, the Washington State Department of Transportation reported Friday. The next step in rehabilitating and preserving the roadway between Northgate and Shoreline begins the night of Monday, Jan. 26. That’s when contractors working... »

City planning to update wetland regulations

City planning to update wetland regulations

The Lynnwood City Council is scheduled Monday to consider a contract with Environmental Science Associates (ESA), for technical support and assistance in understanding, drafting, and updating the City’s current wetland regulations, as well as updating its base maps identifying potential regula... »

Meadowdale High School places 33rd in Best High Schools of Seattle-area rankings

Meadowdale High School places 33rd in Best High Schools of Seattle-area rankings

Meadowdale High School placed 33rd among Seattle-Metro area schools in Niche’s Best High Schools of Washington rankings. Edmonds-Woodway High School ranked 26th, Lynnwood High School was 68th and Mountlake Terrace was 84th. Check out the complete list of school and details on the methodology a... »

Sno-King School Retirees award 42 grants to classroom teachers

Sno-King School Retirees award 42 grants to classroom teachers

Sno-King School Retirees (SKSR) has announced the winners of grants of up to $200 to facilitate special projects teachers would like to carry out, if only they had the money, Shoreline Area News reports. These projects are intended to enrich the school experience of students that SKSR members work w... »

Happening nearby: Seattle’s bus-riding dog visits Edmonds

Happening nearby: Seattle’s bus-riding dog visits Edmonds

Dorothy Moore, owner of Edmonds’ Dining Dog restaurant in Firdale Village, treated Eclipse, the Seattle bus-riding dog, to a four-course meal on Saturday. Moore invited Eclipse to her restaurant after seeing the story of the lab-bull mastiff mix’s independent travel from Seattle’s ... »

Public Hearing on mandatory garbage collection proposal set for Feb. 9

Public Hearing on mandatory garbage collection proposal set for Feb. 9

The Lynnwood City Council will be having a Public Hearing during its Feb. 9 meeting regarding a proposed ordinance that would make it mandatory for residents to contract for garbage collection. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 19100 44th Ave. W., Lynnwoo... »

Supersonic car workshop promotes STEM to home schooled students

Supersonic car workshop promotes STEM to home schooled students

Edmonds Heights K-12 provides classes and resources for homeschooled Edmonds School District students and their parents A United Kingdom-based design, engineering and project management firm put students in the driver’s seat at Edmonds Heights K-12 School earlier this week by introducing them to the... »

Happening nearby: Woman celebrates 100th birthday

Happening nearby: Woman celebrates 100th birthday

Family and friends of Eva Blomberg gathered Friday afternoon for a milestone birthday. Blomberg, who lives in the Mountlake Terrace Plaza retirement community, turned 100 years old. And what a 100 years it’s been for Blomberg. A 58-year marriage to the love of her life – husband Paul.  Two chi... »

Lynnwood City Council to hold Public Hearing on interim marijuana regulations on Feb. 9

Lynnwood City Council to hold Public Hearing on interim marijuana regulations on Feb. 9

The Lynnwood City Council will be having a Public Hearing on Feb. 9 regarding the extension of interim zoning regulations prohibiiting the location of marijuana operations in residential zones. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 19100 44th Ave. W., Lynnwood. Th... »

Verdant unveils new Community Wellness Center in Lynnwood

Verdant unveils new Community Wellness Center in Lynnwood

It was a full house at Verdant Health Commission’s new Community Wellness Center in Lynnwood Saturday, as people of all ages toured the new facility that Commission Superintendent Carl Zapora predicts will become “a hub” of health and wellness programming and activity for South Sno... »

Seahawks selfie: All In with beard, clothes and shoes

Seahawks selfie: All In with beard, clothes and shoes

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Prep boys basketball: Meadowdale stuns league leader Glacier Peak 55-40

Prep boys basketball: Meadowdale stuns league leader Glacier Peak 55-40

It’s safe to say that the Meadowdale boys basketball team has finally arrived. In what coach Andy Streit described as a signature win for his team, the Mavericks beat Wesco 3A South leader Glacier Peak 55-40 Friday night at Meadowdale High School. Three Meadowdale scored in double figures as the Mav... »

Lynnwood Police blotter

Lynnwood Police blotter

The following are selected incidents from the Lynnwood Police blotter. Jan. 15 6100 block of 196th St. SW. Theft. Purses, prescription medicine, wallet, cash, glasses, checkbook credit/debit cards and phones were stolen out of two vehicles. Jan. 16 5600 block of 200th St. SW. Theft. A wallet was sto... »

Seahawks selfie: 14th birthday party

Seahawks selfie: 14th birthday party

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Looking back: A joining of the past and the electronic age

Looking back: A joining of the past and the electronic age

For many people microfilm and microfiche may appear too antiquated to even bother with anymore. Especially, since it may seem as if everything that is important from the past in the way of books and other written material has now been digitized and is available to all. However, if you are a historia... »

City Council tables idea of third party financial review of City until later in the year

City Council tables idea of third party financial review of City until later in the year

The Lynnwood City Council appears to have tabled the idea of having a third party financial review of the City until later in the year. At Tuesday’s work session, Councilmember Van AuBuchon proposed the idea of having a third party do a financial review in large part due to the fluctuations of... »

Nourishing Network fundraiser generates $57K to feed families in need

Nourishing Network fundraiser generates $57K to feed families in need

The Foundation for Edmonds School District on Wednesday honored all those who participated in a recent fundraising event that generated $57,614 for the Nourishing Network, a weekend meal program for the District’s homeless and low-income families. According to Foundation Executive Director Deb Ander... »

Pacific Little League hosts Open House on Jan. 31 at Edmonds-Woodway High School

Pacific Little League hosts Open House on Jan. 31 at Edmonds-Woodway High School

Pacific Little League is having an information Open House, In-Person Registration and Equipment Swap from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 31 in the Great Hall at Edmonds-Woodway High School. League representatives will be on hand to answer questions. For more information on Pacific Little League, see... »

Send us your Seahawks selfies!

Send us your Seahawks selfies!

Got Super Bowl fever?  In honor of the Seahawks vs. Patriots match-up Feb. 1, send us your favorite photos showcasing your 12th Man pride — this could feature yourself and/or a family member (the two- or four-legged variety), or decorations at your home or business. We’ll post them on Lynnwood Today... »

Students help clean up park during MLK Day of Service

Students help clean up park during MLK Day of Service

On Monday, more than 300 teen and adult volunteers chose to make this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service a day “on” rather than a day “off.” Lynnwood-area students spent the day volunteering across the county, including students from Lynnwood, Meadowdale and Archbishop Murphy High Schools.... »

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