Oak Heights Elementary School welcomes new principal Jessica Asp

Jessica Asp has been appointed the new principal at Oak Heights Elementary School in Lynnwood. Asp was previously the assistant principal at Oak Heights and...

Playtime: Ways to give back, get help as school year nears

In an email I got from the Foundation for Edmonds School District, I found out that over the last year, the Celebrate Schools 5k...

Sounder trains to run for Sunday Mariners game

Sports fans can skip traffic coming into Seattle on Sunday, Aug. 25 by riding Sound Transit’s Sounder event trains to the Mariners vs. Toronto...

Rep. Rick Larsen at global poverty forum in Mountlake Terrace Aug. 31

The Snohomish County RESULTS group, which is dedicated to addressing global poverty issues, is hosting a Global Poverty Forum with U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen...

Bella’s Voice seeking donations of food, supplies for homeless pets

Local non-profit pet thrift store Bella's Voice is seeking community donations for pet food and supplies, with the goal of supporting local pet owners...

Registration now open for Volunteers of America Inspire Hope Breakfast Sept. 27

Registration is now open for the Volunteers of America Western Washington annual Inspire Hope Breakfast, set for Friday, Sept. 27 from 7:30-9 a.m. at...

Sponsor spotlight: Celebrating success — 190 Sunset’s three-year anniversary story

This is a special month for us. Sept. 8 marks our three-year anniversary, and everyone’s invited to come celebrate! We’ll kick off a week-long celebration...

Sanders Law Group attorney Roxana Florea named Rising Star

Roxana Florea Sanders Law Group attorney Roxana Florea has been selected to be on the distinguished Washington State Rising Stars list for 2019, compiled by...

Forward thinking: The thrill of victory…the agony of defeat

The primary elections for 2019 are history. . . For some candidates, their hopes were dashed. Dreams turned into nightmares all too soon. For others, at...

Healthy Eating: Celebrate bounty of garden with a hearty couscous salad

This has been a cool summer in my garden -- especially temperature-wise. Usually we get enough heat that by mid-July my supply of greens...

Lynnwood man one of two suspects arrested in connection with Everett murder

Deputies with the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office early Friday morning arrested two suspects in the Martha Lake area who are suspected of murdering a...

Edmonds CC child care center recognized for excellence

Edmonds Community College’s Center for Families (CFF) has been recognized for excellence as a child care provider by the Washington State Department of Children,...

Lynnwood woman held on $150K bail in Edmonds child luring case

On Wednesday, the Snohomish County Prosecutor filed a complaint in district court against a 59-year-old Lynnwood woman in custody since her arrest in connection...

State patrol to conduct ‘Slow Down, Move Over’ emphasis patrols this weekend

The Washington State Patrol is conducting a statewide “Slow Down, Move Over” emphasis from Aug.23 through Aug. 25. The purpose is to help troopers,...

Northwest Stories, Northwest Life exhibit now at Lynnwood Convention Center

"Northwest Stories / Northwest Life" Summer/Fall Art Exhibition July to December, see details below Lynnwood Convention Center 3711 196th St. S.W. Lynnwood Free The 2019 Summer/Fall Art Exhibition is currently on...

Career training focus of YWCA event

The YWCA hosted its first-ever RISE Career Training Workshop Thursday at Edmonds Center for the Arts. Aimed at local women at all stages of...

Lynnwood Lifestyles: Anko’s Puppy Pop-up, Shortcutz plays the Cliffhanger, B&N deals for teachers

Shop At Anko, Take A New Friend Home With You Aug. 24, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. If you’re in the market for family expansion, and...

Elected officials join Swedish Edmonds workers on informational picket line

An estimated 60 health care workers from Swedish-Edmonds took to the streets on Thursday to publicly air their claims, chief among them that providing...

Edmonds School Board approves 2019-20 budget that include staff layoffs, program cuts

The Edmonds School Board of Directors voted unanimously at last week's business meeting to adopt a $343.3 million budget for the 2019-20 school year....

Hilltop Elementary School welcomes new principal Melissa Somoza

Melissa Somoza has been appointed the new principal at Hilltop Elementary School in Lynnwood. Somoza has been an assistant principal in the Seattle School District...

Sponsor Spotlight: How to Maintain Your Lifestyle in Retirement

You may have heard the rule of thumb that you need to replace about 80% of your preretirement income if you want to maintain...

City of Lynnwood accepting applications for Honoring Excellence awards

The City of Lynnwood is seeking nominations of residents, city employees and businesses to be recipients of the city's Honoring Excellence awards. Do you know...

Lynnwood Police Blotter: Aug. 11-17, 2019

Aug. 11 3000 block 184th Street Southwest: Multiple males reportedly returned clothing stolen from another mall to a store in Alderwood Mall for store credit. 16600...

Reminder: 230th and 228th bridge to be closed overnight starting at midnight Aug. 22

The City of Mountlake Terrace reminds residents that the bridge at 228th/230th Streets Southwest is scheduled to be closed overnight -- from midnight Thursday...

U.S. Census Bureau workers canvassing Lynnwood neighborhoods

The U.S. Census Bureau has begun canvassing neighborhoods in and around Lynnwood to collect information for the 2020 Census. According to a statement released by...

College Place Elementary welcomes new principal Stacy Crum

Stacy Crum has been appointed the new principal at College Place Elementary School. Crum was previously an assistant principal in the Seattle School District and...

Letter to the editor: Thank you to Zero Waste volunteers at Taste Edmonds

Editor: We want to thank all the volunteers who came to Taste Edmonds to help staff the Zero Waste Stations. Students from Edmonds Community College,...

Seven South County Fire recruits graduate from Fire Training Academy

South County Fire welcomed seven new recruits who graduated from the Snohomish County Fire Training Academy in a ceremony held at Lynnwood High School...

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