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Prep football preview: Lynnwood looks to build on late season success

Prep football preview: Lynnwood looks to build on late season success

After struggling at the start of last season, the Lynnwood football team finished strong, beating Garfield and Snohomish in its last two contests. Keauntea Bankhead, last year’s co-interim coach... »

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Rep. Kagi predicts ‘grueling, contentious’ 2015 state legislative session

Rep. Kagi predicts ‘grueling, contentious’ 2015 state legislative session

There will be many key issues before the Washington State Legislature during the 2015 session, but one of them — education — was emphasized by Rep. Ruth Kagi (D-32nd District) in a presentation to the Lynnwood Chamber of Commerce during its August networking breakfast Thursday morning. K... »

Scene at the Lynnwood Farmers Market: Kettle corn, sunflowers and crafts

Scene at the Lynnwood Farmers Market: Kettle corn, sunflowers and crafts

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Commentary: Building a better robot, or how NCLB is failing our students

Commentary: Building a better robot, or how NCLB is failing our students

Students at Mountlake Terrace High School know how to innovate. The robots they build, wings they design and medical research they conduct are clear markers of successful students and teachers. When I visited the high school last spring, students not only schooled me in robotics and aerodynamics, th... »

Happy homecoming for Pacific Little League All-Stars

Happy homecoming for Pacific Little League All-Stars

Watch the My Edmonds News TV video of Wednesday’s Pacific League All-Stars Homecoming HERE.   Hundreds of well-wishers gathered at Lynndale Park in Lynnwood Wednesday night to welcome home the Pacific Little League 12 and under All-Stars from their nearly month-long journey to become the league... »

Public comment sought on local smoking code proposal

Public comment sought on local smoking code proposal

Snohomish Health District is currently seeking preliminary public comment on a proposal to adopt and amend the state Smoking in Public Places law (SIPP). The intent is not to change the law adopted by voters in 2005, but to make it more clear in light of current trends. The Snohomish Health District... »

What’s happening at the Lynnwood Farmers Market: New harvest of apples have arrived

What’s happening at the Lynnwood Farmers Market: New harvest of apples have arrived

As the evenings cool down, and a hint of autumn is in the air, the Lynnwood Farmers Market welcomes the arrival of Honey Crisp Apples. These Washington favorites are sought after for their crisp, sweet flavor. Whether from Bill’s Fruits or Collins Family Orchards, these apples are sure to please. Al... »

Gray scores two goals to lead Edmonds Community College women to a 3-0 soccer victory

Gray scores two goals to lead Edmonds Community College women to a 3-0 soccer victory

Lexie Gray scored two goals and goalkeeper Payton Pruett saved 12 shots as Edmonds Community College’s women’s soccer team defeated Clackamas 3-0 Wednesday at Starfire Sports Complex. With the triumph the Tritons improved to 2-0 on the 2014 season. Both sides had chances early on but nei... »

21st District candidates to appear at Sept. 16 forum

21st District candidates to appear at Sept. 16 forum

The Faith Action Network, a statewide interfaith public policy organization, is sponsoring a community-wide Candidate Forum for legislative candidates in the 21st Legislative District on Tuesday, Sept. 16. The Forum will be hosted by Edmonds United Methodist Church, 828 Caspers in Edmonds. All six c... »

Snohomish PUD offers up ways to save energy, money

Snohomish PUD offers up ways to save energy, money

The temperatures say its still summer but the calendar is inching its way to fall and that means increased heating bills. Snohomish County Public Utility District has some great ideas for saving energy as fall approaches. You’ll not only save money on bills, but you’ll be helping the environment by ... »

Remus the dog found on Interstate 5, and how you can help

Remus the dog found on Interstate 5, and how you can help

We wrote a story on Sunday alerting our readers about Remus, a dog who went missing near the Lynnwood Transit Center. At the time, that’s all we knew. Since then, we’ve learned more about Remus and his fate, and we wanted to share it. According to Lynnwood resident Jennifer Aragaon, Remu... »

Lynnwood Rotary creates kindergarten kits in a flash

Lynnwood Rotary creates kindergarten kits in a flash

Lynnwood Rotarians worked in a flash earlier this month to assemble beans, flashcards, pencils with special grips and other supplies for incoming kindergarten students who will be attending school this year as part of the WAKids program. The kits will be distributed between the 10 elementary schools... »

New Youth Marimba Workshop starts in October

New Youth Marimba Workshop starts in October

A new Youth Marimba Workshop will be starting in October. The program is designed for youth ages 6-17+ and no experience is necessary. All instruments are provided.  There are classes for various ages and abilities, and the after school and evening group percussion classes will be held at Meadowdale... »

Register for Edmonds Community College Foundation’s 24th annual Golf Classic

Register for Edmonds Community College Foundation’s 24th annual Golf Classic

The 24th Annual Edmonds Community College Foundation’s Golf Classic is set for Sept. 8 at the Bear Creek Country Club. Join community members, alumni, parents, board members, corporations and other friends of the college for a day of golfing. Make a difference in the lives of the students, fac... »

Reminder: Pacific Little League’s Welcome Home Celebration Wednesday at Lynndale Park

Reminder: Pacific Little League’s Welcome Home Celebration Wednesday at Lynndale Park

Pacific Little League’s Welcome Home Celebration for its 2014 Northwest Region Champions and the first-ever team to play in the Little League World Series is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 27 at Lynndale Park in Lynnwood. The players welcome and a brief ceremony will start shortly after 6 p.m. The pu... »

Alderwood/Terrace Rotary Community Homework Center needs adult and student volunteers

Alderwood/Terrace Rotary Community Homework Center needs adult and student volunteers

The Alderwood-Terrace Rotary Community Homework Center is looking for adult and high school student volunteers for the upcoming school year. The Center will be reopening on Sept. 16. The Center provides: Tutoring help with homework and access to the Internet Fun and educational games Support for par... »

Clothes For Kids serves more than 300 students in first three days of operation

Clothes For Kids serves more than 300 students in first three days of operation

Clothes For Kids opened its doors for the 31st year last week and provided school wardrobes to 149 boys and 162 girls. “We estimate that we provided a total of 7,043 pieces of clothing and shoes during the first three days,” said Nancy Laird Burris, Clothes For Kids Program Manager.  “Thanks to gene... »

Annual PAWSwalk coming Sept. 6

Annual PAWSwalk coming Sept. 6

PAWSwalk is just over 10 days away and donations from the community couldn’t come at a better time. “PAWSwalk is in its 24th year, and we’ve truly never needed the generosity of our community more than we need it this year,” PAWS CEO Annette Laico said. “Our wildlife hospital has seen a record numbe... »

City hires Community Resource Specialist to head new Mobile Integrated Health Program

City hires Community Resource Specialist to head new Mobile Integrated Health Program

Jonathan Brown has been selected to spearhead the City of Lynnwood’s new Mobile Integrated Health Program as its Community Resource Specialist. The Mobile Integrated Health Program works to fill the healthcare and human services gaps experienced by some individuals who call 911 or go to the em... »

Tilted Thunder Rail Birds host fundraiser on Monday, Aug. 25 at Buffalo Wild Wings in Lynnwood

Tilted Thunder Rail Birds host fundraiser on Monday, Aug. 25 at Buffalo Wild Wings in Lynnwood

The Tilted Thunder Rail Birds women’s roller derby team is having a fundraiser on Monday, Aug. 25, at Buffalo Wild Wings in Lynnwood. From 6-10 p.m., 10 percent of all sales will be donated to the Tilted Thunder Rail Birds. Customers should mention Tilted Thunder Rail Birds when ordering. For ... »

Fall Prevention Day coming Sept. 22 to Center for Healthy Living

Fall Prevention Day coming Sept. 22 to Center for Healthy Living

The Center for Healthy Living hosts a Fall Prevention Day on Sept. 22. Sept. 22 is Washington State’s official Fall Prevention Day. The day includes education, demonstration, testing, and resource information. You can get your balance checked, learn about bone health, find out about home safet... »

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