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Articles from the January 13, 2019 edition

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City Council committee members named

New Edmonds City Council President Adrienne Fraley-Monillas announced the following 2019 city councilmember appointments to council committees as well as to both city and outside board, committee and commission appointments: Public Safety and...

 

New logo for the Edmonds dog park

The official Off Leash Area Edmonds (OLAE), known unofficially and by everyone as the Edmonds dog park, has a new logo to celebrate its 15th year as a volunteer-based group stewarding the City of... Full story

 

Climate goals open house is Jan. 17

A City-sponsored climate goals open house will have displays on greenhouse gases and other information to view. It’s 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17, in the Brackett Room of Edmonds City Hall, 121 Fifth Avenue N. At 7 p.m., City representatives wi...

 

The mayor's office | Mayor's Corner

Oh my, yes, we do have an expansive staff in the mayor's office! Seven years ago, we began with two in the office and now, seven years later, we are way up to two in the office. Truth is, if I did... Full story

 

The railroad in Edmonds: A link to the world | History Files

The railroad is a source of controversy in Edmonds. Many wish it weren’t here. But if you ask in many other towns in the state, most would say that Edmonds was fortunate to have the railroad. I was...

 

Pulling people into your peace | Home Again

I sit in the big chair in the living room, holding my laptop. The computer makes it uncomfortably crowded for my Siamese cat Mocha to wedge in next to me, where she prefers to be. She gives up, and... Full story

 

The plunge, the thrift store | Letters to the Editor

Polar Bear Plunge: A drink may have helped in the old days Regarding the Polar Bear Plunge (“Dip, duck, plunge, smile,” Jan. 3): This way to welcome in the new year had been a long–time event... Full story

 

Ken Gaydos gets a posthumous honor from Red Cross

The Snohomish County Chapter of the American Red Cross recognized the late Ken Gaydos, founder, president and “custodian-in-charge” of International Chaplains Ministries and Support 7 as its 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient. For 45 years...

 

Edmonds police capture suspect in fatal collision

Police continue to investigate a fatal collision that occurred near the 19700 block of northbound 76th Avenue West in Lynnwood, near the intersection of 196th Street SW. The collision occurred at...

 

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