Feds agree to $1.2 billion in funding for Sound Transit’s Lynnwood light-rail line

Sound Transit has secured a long sought-after agreement with the Trump administration for $1.2 billion in federal money for the planned 8.5-mile Northgate-to-Lynnwood light-rail...

Community Transit on Sunday schedule Thanksgiving Day; limited commuter service Nov. 23

Community Transit will operate limited bus service on Thanksgiving Day and the following day. Thursday, Nov. 22 (Thanksgiving Day) Local bus service: Sunday schedule. Commuter...

Don’t be a holiday crime target: Tips from Lynnwood PD

The busy holiday season is here. When you are shopping for those precious gifts, Lynnwood police advise you take the following precautions to protect...

Reminder: Annual Turkey Trot benefiting Lynnwood Food Bank Nov. 22

An annual Lynnwood Thanksgiving morning tradition, the Turkey Trot 5K is set for 8 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 22 at Edmonds Community College. The 5k run/walk...

Forward thinking: Sharing your power

Quite frankly I am delighted the mid-term political elections are over. From conversations I have had with others and  I have overheard, I am...

Remodeled Apple store opens at Alderwood Mall

Almost nine months after closing for renovations, the Apple Store at Alderwood Mall has reopened. Not just bigger and brighter, the store offers more...

‘Deadliest Catch’ star to speak at Boy Scouts fundraising breakfast Nov. 27

The Mount Baker Council of Boy Scouts of America is hosting a fundraising breakfast on Tuesday, Nov. 27 at the Lynnwood Elks Lodge, 19800...

Edmonds CC Foundation celebrates student scholars, community partners

The Edmonds Community College Foundation celebrated its scholarship recipients and community partners at an event last week . Edmonds CC Foundation scholarship recipients were collectively...
Robin Fenn

For Your Health: Sometimes the easiest choices to make are not the most healthy

I recently heard a colleague say during a presentation, “Nothing you say matters; everything you do does.” These words really resonated with me as, during...

Removing the homelessness barrier to education, one pallet at a time

The November sun shone bright on Shepherd’s Village, the newly-erected community of six pallet homes on the grounds of the Lynnwood's Good Shepherd Baptist...

Reminder: Lynnwood HS TriM hosting blood drive Nov. 20, food drive Nov. 21

Lynnwood High School's TriM music honor society will host its 25th annual Blood Drive on Tuesday, Nov. 20. The next day -- Wednesday, Nov....

Reminder: Register by Nov. 21 for AAUW annual holiday scholarship benefit brunch

The Edmonds SnoKing Branch of the American Association of University Women is hosting its annual holiday scholarship benefit brunch and auction on Saturday, Dec....

Reminder: Dec. 10 Christmas concert to benefit Chase Lake School

St. Alban's Episcopal Church is sponsoring Stille Nacht (Silent Night), an evening of European- and Celtic-infused Christmas music, on Monday, Dec. 10 at 7...

Reminder: Overnight work set for Filbert Road roundabouts Monday, Tuesday

Don’t be surprised if you come upon a flagger during late evening hours this week guiding traffic through one lane of SR 524 (Filbert...

Extended hours in Lynnwood for holiday blood donations

Bloodworks Northwest has issued a special appeal asking people to schedule a blood donation during the next 10 days. Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the...

Lynnwood City Council to discuss proposed 2019-20 budget at two meetings this week

A discussion on the city's proposed 2019-20 budget is among the items on the Lynnwood City Council agenda for both Monday, Nov. 19 and...

Reminder: Vendor Splendor coming to Lynnwood High School Nov. 24

Vendor Splendor, the annual Lynnwood High School Booster Club-sponsored crafts and holiday fair, is set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 24. Interested vendors should...

Playtime: New system makes it easy to report school threats — even anonymously

In the first two weeks of November, three different schools in the Edmonds School District had cases of possible threats. A student at Brier Terrace...

WWU and Lynnwood Chamber welcome Disney Institute to Lynnwood

Disney Institute is bringing its renowned professional development course, Disney’s Approach to Business Excellence, to the Lynnwood Convention Center on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Sponsored...

Looking back: School buses in Edmonds School District No. 15

Reading a recent news article about school bus inspections failing, I couldn’t help but chuckle a bit about how things have changed since I...

Re-Imagining Retirement: Gratitude

“Let gratitude be the pillow upon which you kneel to say your nightly prayer. And let faith be the bridge you build to overcome...

Sprouts Farmers Market will open in Lynnwood Feb. 6; hiring fair set for December

Sprouts Farmers Market now under construction at Lynnwood Crossing will be opening Feb. 6, 2019, and the organization is planning to hold a hiring...

South county first responders gather for a good cause

Police officers and firefighters from across South Snohomish County were on hand Friday at Red Onion Burgers to serve food and beverages during the...

Council discusses proposed property tax increase, recognizes excellence

The Lynnwood City Council held two public hearings at the meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 13, and also recognized an employee, a citizen and a...

Edmonds Diversity Film Series presents ‘The Only Good Indian’ Nov. 17

The City of Edmonds Diversity Film Series continues with "The Only Good Indian" on Saturday, Nov. 17. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and the film...

Lynnwood, Meadowdale HS athletes named All-Wesco League honorees

The Wesco League has announced its selections of all-league honorees in 2018 fall sports with several Meadowdale Mavericks and Lynnwood Royals among those named....

Reminder: Three Artists show in Lynnwood Nov. 17

Local artists Robin Westbrook, Barbara Wyatt and Lynette Hensley show their art professionally in the greater Seattle area. Once a year, they come together...

Sponsor spotlight: A Win, Win, Win, mortgage strategy

What a difference a few months make. Our local housing market has had a noticeable shift since May to more of a balanced market....

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