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Girls Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame inductees announced

The Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association selected its first five members to its Hall of Fame. The first inductees are: Chris Gibson, White River Jim Greene, Reardan/Pomeroy Marda McClenny, Walla Walla Jim Stinson, Davenport... Full story

 

Senior all-star girls basketball games set for Saturday, March 18

The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association presents the 2017 All-State Senior All-Star Games on Saturday, March 18, at Mountlake Terrace High School. The schedule is: Game 1 – 2B all-stars vs. 1B all stars at 2 p.m. Game 2 – 1A...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    March 17, 2017

Edmonds-Woodway looks to be a district playoff contender | Softball

On paper, Edmonds-Woodway appears to be one of the younger teams in the league. Eight of the 17 players on the roster are sophomores and only three seniors are back from last year. But below the... Full story

 

Student-athletes encouraged to apply for Smart Choices scholarships | Sports briefs

Applications for the fifth annual WIAA/Dairy Farmers of Washington/Les Schwab Tires Smart Choices Scholarship Program are due by April 1. The Smart Choices Scholarship Program recognizes one female and one male high school senior for their... Full story

 
 By David Pan    Sports    March 17, 2017

Meadowdale excited to begin state title defense | Softball

Like just about every other softball team in the state, Meadowdale is retooling its lineup for the 2017 season. The Mavericks, however, aren’t just like any of the other 3A teams in the state. They are the defending 3A state champions. Five... Full story

 

Warriors dance team on to state

The Edmonds-Woodway dance team competed at the District 1 Dance/Drill competition Saturday, March 11 at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo. The team performed well enough to qualify for the state...

 

2017 Edmonds Citizen of the Year nominations now being sought

Too often, people give of themselves to the community with little or no recognition. Most are humble, and do not seek praise, even when it is well deserved. That's why the Edmonds Kiwanis Club, Edmonds Chamber of Commerce and the Edmonds Beacon... Full story

 

Gallery North announces Small Works winners

On Sunday, March 5, Gallery North held an artists’ reception and award ceremony for its annual invitational Small Works Show. The 2017 show includes more than 200 pieces of artwork hand-crafted by...

 

Sno-King Chorale presents West Coast premiere of ‘Cantata Memoria’

The Sno-King Chorale, orchestra and children’s chorus will perform “Cantata Memoria” Saturday, March 18, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 6215 196th St. SW, Lynnwood. Featured soloists are soprano Jennifer Bromagen and bass-baritone Jacob Herbert....

 

Quartet performing at Edmonds Community College

The string quartet Bella Sala performs April 18 at the Black Box Theater at Edmonds Community College, 20000 68th Ave. W, Lynnwood. Performed will be Mozart Quintet K. 516 and Brahms Quintet Op. 111.... Full story

 

Port of Edmonds plans development on Admiral Way

The Port of Edmonds is in the initial stages of planning to develop a vacant parcel of land at the marina, said Bob McChesney, the Port’s executive director. The property is on Admiral Way, directly across from Anthony’s HomePort and immediately...

 

WWU students pitch recreation programs

Dozens of Western Washington University students pitched their best ideas for new recreation programs in Edmonds to city staff at the Edmonds Library Plaza Room on Wednesday, March 8. The groups of students presented their ideas as part of the...

 

Rant and rave: Parks Department good, careless people bad | Letter

Rave to the park department workers who so lovingly and carefully spruced up all the parks in Edmonds, especially Brackett’s Landing. The pruning, sweeping, clearing the vegetation, and the updating of the jetty makes this beach a favorite for me... Full story

 

76th/212th in Edmonds leads busy 2017 for Public Works | City Corner

As I write this, we're just a few days away from spring. This means the city will soon start our 2017 infrastructure projects. These projects represent needed upgrades and replacements of key city-owned infrastructure. They will allow us to...

 

March math madness at College Place Elementary

More than 550 people attended March Math Madness Night March 7 at College Place Elementary School. “We had 10 classroom teachers hosting fun, engaging math stations for our families to discover the joys of math together,” said Steve Hearn,...

 

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