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Edmonds School District to upgrade sound system at Edmonds Stadium; School Board honors former Board President, District Flight team

Edmonds School District to upgrade sound system at Edmonds Stadium; School Board honors former Board President, District Flight team

Local high school sports fans should rejoice. The Edmonds School District will be moving ahead with plans to purchase a new sound system for Edmonds Stadium. Last spring the District and the Board of ... »

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Many stores open on Thanksgiving

Many stores open on Thanksgiving

If you need to pick up something from the grocery story, you’ll should plan on going early on Thanksgiving as many of the major grocery chains have shorter hours than usual. The exceptions are: Walmart (1400 164th St. SW.) is open 24 hours, though its Thanksgiving Day specials start at 6 and 8... »

What’s open and closed in Lynnwood on Thanksgiving

Here’s what’s open and operating, and what isn’t, on Thanskgiving Day: City of Lynnwood Facilities – city offices closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 27 and 28. The Recreation Center will be open Nov. 28 on a holiday schedule. Schools – Edmonds Public Schools are closed through Friday, Nov. 28. Lynnwoo... »

Wesco basketball stars return to hardwood Wednesday night at Meadowdale High School

Wesco basketball stars return to hardwood Wednesday night at Meadowdale High School

Many of the Western Conference’s top male basketball players from the past returned to the courts Wednesday night at Meadowdale High School. The Wesco Basketball Alumni Tournament featured players from the recent and distant past. Schools represented included Meadowdale, Lynnwood, Edmonds-Wood... »

Alderwood-Terrace Rotary honors Alderwood Middle English teacher

Alderwood-Terrace Rotary honors Alderwood Middle English teacher

The Rotary Club of Alderwood-Terrace has honored Rebecca Biddick, an English teacher at Alderwood Middle School, as its November Educator of the Month. Biddick, who’s taught at the school for 10 years, has focused most recently on teaching literacy and English Language Learners (ELL). Principal Erin... »

Home prices up 6.2 percent, sales flat for October

Home prices up 6.2 percent, sales flat for October

Home prices in Lynnwood were up 6.2 percent in October compared to this time last year. Sales were flat with 107 homes sold, according to Redfin, a national real estate brokerage company. July’s median price for all homes in Lynnwood was $326,000. The median price for a single family home was $339,0... »

Take precautions to avoid becoming a victim of crime

Take precautions to avoid becoming a victim of crime

The busy holiday season is here. When you are shopping for those precious gifts, the Lynnwood Police department suggests you take the following precautions to protect yourself from becoming a victim: Vehicle Prowl Prevention:Vehicle prowls are the theft of property from a motor vehicle. Most are cri... »

Tips for a safer Thanksgiving

Tips for a safer Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires, with three times as many an average day, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Snohomish County Fire District 1 offers the following safety tips to help avoid a Thanksgiving fire: Stay in the kitchen when you are cooking on the st... »

Reminder: Turkey Trot and Food Drive set for Thanksgiving morning

Reminder: Turkey Trot and Food Drive set for Thanksgiving morning

The first annual Turkey Trot and Food Drive is scheduled for 8 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 27 (Thanksgiving Day) at the Interurban Trail in Lynnwood. The 5k Run, Walk, Jog benefits the Lynnwood Food Bank. Pets and strollers also are welcome. Participants will gather at the Interurban Trail, 20100 48th Ave.... »

Edmonds Community College men’s hoops team splits first two contests

Edmonds Community College men’s hoops team splits first two contests

The Edmonds Community men’s basketball team split its first two games of the 2014-15 season this past weekend, defeating South Puget Sound 85-73 in Olympia on Friday before dropping a 51-50 heartbreaker in Seaview Gym to Blue Mountain CC on Saturday. Against SPSCC the Tritons shot just 37.5 pe... »

Snohomish County Councilmember Wright elected VP of Washington State Association of Counties

Snohomish County Councilmember Wright elected VP of Washington State Association of Counties

Snohomish County Councilmember Stephanie Wright was elected to serve as Vice President of the Washington State Association of Counties (WASC) last week. Votes for 2015 Executive Committee Officers were cast by WASC members during the 2014 County Leaders Conference held recently in Spokane. “It is an... »

Lynnwood Firefighters distribute coats to College Place Elementary

Lynnwood Firefighters distribute coats to College Place Elementary

Members of Lynnwood Fire Department’s International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 1984 donated more than 50 coats to College Place Elementary students Monday as part of Operation Warm. Operation Warm is a national non-profit that was founded in 2002 with the singular mission to pro... »

Update: Cars stolen from Highway 99 dealership recovered

Update: Cars stolen from Highway 99 dealership recovered

Edmonds police reported Tuesday morning that all seven vehicles that had been stolen from the Gasoline Alley car dealership in Edmonds have been recovered. “Seattle Police Department North Precinct officers quickly located several of the stolen vehicles,” Edmonds police spokesman Sgt. Mark Marsh sai... »

Alderwood Mall celebrates holidays with Merrier Thursdays in December

Alderwood Mall celebrates holidays with Merrier Thursdays in December

Alderwood Mall says it’s time to stop and enjoy the holidays. For three Thursdays in December, Alderwood Mall invites guests to stop and enjoy an evening filled with the musical performances, holiday hosting tips and happiness patrols. Merrier Thursdays will be from 5 to 8 p.m. on Dec. 4, 11 and 18.... »

Happening nearby: WinCo Foods considering new store in former Top Foods location on Highway 99

Happening nearby: WinCo Foods considering new store in former Top Foods location on Highway 99

Idaho-based WinCo Foods is currently “seriously looking at” opening a new store in Edmonds in the former Top Foods at 220th and Highway 99, according to WinCo spokesperson Mike Read. “We are still in negotiations, so nothing is certain at this point,” said Read. “If all goes well, we hope to have an... »

Volunteers needed for United Way’s IRS-approved free tax preparation sites

Volunteers needed for United Way’s IRS-approved free tax preparation sites

As part of United Way’s IRS-approved Free Tax Preparation Program in 2015, volunteers are needed to help Snohomish County working families keep more of what they earn. All volunteers will receive training from United Way and will become certified by the IRS. In addition to tax preparers, United Way ... »

Meadowdale High School hosts Wesco Mens Basketball Alumni Tournament on Wednesday night

Meadowdale High School hosts Wesco Mens Basketball Alumni Tournament on Wednesday night

Meadowdale High School hosts the Wesco Mens Basketball Alumni Tournament from 5-9:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 26 in the gym. Former players from Meadowdale, Lynnwood, Edmonds-Woodway, Jackson, Glacier Peak, Everett, Arlington and Kamiak high schools will be participating. Among the former standouts sch... »

Happening nearby: Multiple vehicles stolen in overnight burglary of Highway 99 auto dealership

Happening nearby: Multiple vehicles stolen in overnight burglary of Highway 99 auto dealership

Edmonds police are investigating the overnight burglary of an auto dealership located in the 22400 block of Highway 99. Officers were called to the location at 3:28 a.m. Access had been made to the dealership office and the suspects retrieved keys to multiple vehicles. There is no alarm at this busi... »

Meadowdale High School briefly locked down while police search for burglary suspect

Meadowdale High School briefly locked down while police search for burglary suspect

Meadowdale High School was locked down for about 20 minutes Monday morning while police used a K-9 unit to search for a burglary suspect. Lynnwood Police responded to an attempted burglary about a half mile away from the school. A K9 track was performed. The high school was in lockdown from about 8:... »

Valerie Claypool to join My Neighborhood News Network sales team

Valerie Claypool to join My Neighborhood News Network sales team

My Neighborhood News Network publisher Teresa Wippel announced Monday that Valerie Claypool will be joining the MNNN team as an Advertising Sales Associate. Claypool most recently served as Membership and Events Director at the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce. She will work with Advertising and Marketin... »

City Council ponders ways of funding Jail Medical program, Fire Training Captain position; Public Hearings on 2015-16 budget set for Monday

City Council ponders ways of funding Jail Medical program, Fire Training Captain position; Public Hearings on 2015-16 budget set for Monday

The Lynnwood City Council will be holding Public Hearings on the 2014-15 budget, both preliminary and final, and on revenue sources at Monday night’s meeting in the Council Chambers at City Hall. During a work session last week, the City Council debated Mayor Nicola Smith’s on-going decision package... »

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