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Alderwood Middle School students stage protest against racism

Alderwood Middle School students stage protest against racism

About 120 students at Alderwood Middle School staged a walk-out Thursday to protest what they say is racism at their school. The protest began in the morning when students were arriving at school. Som... »

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Students encouraged to register for June 3 heart screening event

Students encouraged to register for June 3 heart screening event

The Nick of Time Foundation, partnering with the Heart of Edmonds School District will host a Heart Screening event on June 3 at Mountlake Terrace High School. The event is open to any youth, athlete or not, between the ages of 14-24, regardless of where enrolled in school. Screenings will be from 9... »

Clothes For Kids to hold Rummage Sale on June 5-6

Clothes For Kids to hold Rummage Sale on June 5-6

Clothes For Kids will host a rummage sale Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. There will be adult clothing, dishes, knick-knacks, linens, toys, tools, and more. The sale will be held in the Clothes For Kids building at 16725 52nd Avenue West #B in Lynnwood. The twice... »

Happening nearby: Annual Edmonds Waterfront Festival to feature 5K run this year

Happening nearby: Annual Edmonds Waterfront Festival to feature 5K run this year

This year’s Edmonds Waterfront Festival, set for May 29-31, will feature a 5K run in addition to live entertainment, food booths and waterfront activities for both kids and adults. The run on Saturday, May 30 starts and ends at the Edmonds Civic Playfield, 300 6th Ave. N., at 8:30 a.m., follow... »

YWCA needs donations of personal hygiene items for upcoming Project Homeless Connect event

YWCA needs donations of personal hygiene items for upcoming Project Homeless Connect event

As part of Project Homeless Connect, the YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish is giving away 1,000 backpacks filled with essential items and needs donations of the following items: Gently used backpacks Small tube toothpaste Tooth brush Wash cloth Razor (disposable) Bar of soap (full size if possible) Sh... »

Healthy Beauty and Skin Care: Skin laxity — keeping a firm hold on your complexion

When you hear the words youthful complexion, nine times out of 10, someone’s referring to skin that’s firm, plump and wrinkle-free: The hallmark of good health and vibrancy. But add intrinsic aging to the mix — a breakdown process that diminishes the production of collagen, the nat... »

Sponsor spotlight: ‘Frozen’ among movie highlights in June 6 Disney Dreams concert

Sponsor spotlight: ‘Frozen’ among movie highlights in June 6 Disney Dreams concert

Sno-King Community Chorale will present its Ticket to Broadway: Disney Dreams concert in two performances Saturday, June 6 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. The concert — at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. June 6– will feature best-loved Disney songs, old and new, including numbers from “Frozen,” &#... »

Lynnwood honors America’s heroes on Memorial Day

Lynnwood honors America’s heroes on Memorial Day

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Edmonds Community College’s Energy Management program enrolling students

Edmonds Community College’s Energy Management program enrolling students

Registration for summer and fall quarter at Edmonds Community College for all programs, including Energy Management, starts on Tuesday, May 26. The Energy Management Program is generating interest among students. The program is relatively new, but the results will be long lasting, as graduates will ... »

Military Wire: What would you do with $101,000?

Military Wire: What would you do with $101,000?

The knock at the door was expected, but what was in the briefcase was not. American hero Dave Bronson fought in the Iraq war and ended up losing his leg during combat. The producer wanted to do a documentary. And like many veterans, Dave wants to provide for his growing family, but is facing serious... »

Lynnwood City Council holding two Public Hearings on Tuesday

Lynnwood City Council holding two Public Hearings on Tuesday

Because of the Memorial Day holiday, the Lynnwood City Council will meet Tuesday night for its regularly scheduled business meeting. The Council will be holding Public Hearings on the 2015 Comprehensive Plan Update & Zoning Map Amendment and the Special Event Code Rewrite. Paper copies of the dr... »

Sponsor spotlight: Verdant featuring free Lifestyle Change Check-Ins

Sponsor spotlight: Verdant featuring free Lifestyle Change Check-Ins

The Verdant Health Commission is offering free Lifestyle Change Check-Ins. The next date is 6 p.m. June 2, 2015, followed by June 16, July 7 and July 21 — all at the Verdant Community Wellness Center: 4710 196th St. S.W. in Lynnwood. Stay on track with healthy changes to your diet and physical activ... »

Habitat for Humanity celebrates grand opening of home improvement store on June 6

Habitat for Humanity celebrates grand opening of home improvement store on June 6

Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County will have the grand opening of its second Habitat Store, a home improvement thrift store, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, June 6, at 16929 Highway 99, Suite 100, Lynnwood. A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will be held at 12:30 p.m.. The Habitat Stores at both the Lyn... »

Lynnwood Police assist in response to Snohomish County Courthouse break-in

Lynnwood Police assist in response to Snohomish County Courthouse break-in

Lynnwood Police were among the responding agencies to an incident in which an armed intruder broke into the Snohomish County Courthouse Sunday morning in Everett. A 25-year man from Everett was located in the 1500 block of 38th Street in Everett at about 11:15 a.m. and was placed into custody. A kni... »

Survey: Most Snohomish County students feel safe in school, though bullying still an issue

Survey: Most Snohomish County students feel safe in school, though bullying still an issue

Results on school and community environment is the focus of the second of four data releases from the 2014 Healthy Youth Survey, with statewide data recently released by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. Analyzing the trends for Snohomish County since 2008 shows some promising impr... »

Edmonds Community College baseball team edges Treasure Valley

Edmonds Community College baseball team edges Treasure Valley

The Edmonds Community College baseball team was out hit and didn’t score for the final six frames but still managed to get past Treasure Valley 6-5 in a NWAC loser out game Saturday afternoon at Story Field. The Tritons advance to Sunday’s round of play and will take on either hosts Lowe... »

Prep baseball: Lynnwood falls to Bainbridge 3-0 in regional championship game

Prep baseball: Lynnwood falls to Bainbridge 3-0 in regional championship game

Lynnwood came up a game short of advancing to the Class 3A state baseball semifinals. But it wasn’t for the lack of trying. Trailing 3-0 to Bainbridge, Lynnwood put two runners on base and brought the tying run to the plate before Spartan starter Trent Schulte recorded the final out with a strikeout... »

Students get jazzed at annual Edmonds Jazz Connection event

Students get jazzed at annual Edmonds Jazz Connection event

Listeners packed the three downtown Edmonds venues Saturday for the annual Edmonds Jazz Connection, a full day of performances from award–winning Northwest high school jazz programs, sponsored by the Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary Club. Student musicians from Edmonds School District high schools were am... »

Lynndale Elementary steel drum band entertains at Edmonds market

Lynndale Elementary steel drum band entertains at Edmonds market

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What’s open and closed on Memorial Day in Lynnwood

What’s open and closed on Memorial Day in Lynnwood

In honor of those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for the country, many public offices and services will be closed or not operating on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25: Public and Private Schools – all closed Lynnwood City Facilities – all closed including the Recreation Center Lynnwood Library – ... »

Folk Voice Band to perform at Folklife on Sunday

Folk Voice Band to perform at Folklife on Sunday

The Folk Voice Band will be performing at Folklife on Sunday, May 24 at the Seattle Center. As part of the International Folkdance Party, Folk Voice Band plays 4 p.m. at the Armory Court Stage. For more information on Folklife see http://www.nwfolklife.org/ and for more information on the Folk Voice... »

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