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 By Natalie Kahn    News

Edmonds Food Bank wants to provide more than food

Walking through the Edmonds Food Bank's facilities, it is clear that the organization has grown substantially since its humble beginnings in a single church closet over four... — Updated 9/16/2021 Full story

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

City is not pushing pause on portal

Petty crime within the animal kingdom – we're looking at you, seagulls – isn't exactly the most pressing issue in Edmonds, and it likely isn't one beachgoers have reported to... — Updated 8/26/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

Mask up! Senior living homes still playing it safe

The other day at City Park, you might have noticed a group of seniors enjoying a picnic and the spray park. Or maybe you spotted the orange-and-white bus parked nearby. Last... — Updated 8/19/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

HB 1310 in Edmonds: Only when necessary

On a July 25, Edmonds police officers rushed to a 911 call about a man kicking a home's front door. Soon after, an officer spied a man walking on a nearby street who matched... — Updated 8/12/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

Corky's passion: Sacking childhood cancer

What does cancer research have to do with NASCAR? The answer can be found drifting at 200 mph around the Evergreen Speedway racetrack in Monroe, where the bright orange and purple... — Updated 8/5/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

New VA clinic brings care closer to home for Edmonds veterans

Veterans living in Edmonds no longer need to venture outside city lines to receive outpatient medical care and other services through the Department of Veterans Affairs. The new... — Updated 7/18/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

Edmonds creating system to catalog actions motivated by hate

School's out for summer, but Edmonds-Woodway High School became a site for learning and educational discussion once again on Monday, as the City of Edmonds held its first in-person... — Updated 7/15/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

Read on: Volunteers provide books to kids in need

Most people can no doubt list various books that they loved as kids, as well as recall how great of an impact these books had on them. But this vital part of childhood development i... — Updated 7/9/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

Cooling off at the spray park in Edmonds

The Hazel Miller Spray Park is back and making quite a splash! It reopened on Friday, almost a week earlier than planned, due to our heatwave. Since then, the popular summer... — Updated 7/8/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

Government services resume in-person, signaling a kind of return to normalcy

Access to the in-person customer service desk at the Edmonds Parks and Recreation Department probably isn't the most exciting thing returning to the lives of Edmonds residents this... — Updated 7/8/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

Erna Hiles turns 100: 'I ain't plannin' too far ahead!'

What's the secret to reaching 100? Erna Hiles is quick to reveal her answer: Gin! But before she revealed her response, Erna laughed and suggested it might not be fit to print. Her... — Updated 7/7/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

Juneteenth: An independence day for everyone

Independence Day celebrations are a longstanding tradition in Edmonds, with yearly parades, festivals, and fireworks downtown on the Fourth of July. But for many Americans, a... — Updated 6/24/2021

 
 By Natalie Kahn    News

Pride on display this month at City Hall

City Hall is looking a bit more colorful this month thanks to the rainbow stripes that make up the LGBTQ+ pride flag on display outside its front entrance. This is the first year... — Updated 6/17/2021

 

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