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Docents needed for beach programs

Want to spend the summer at the beach? The city of Edmonds is accepting applications for its 2018 Volunteer Beach Docent program. Beach docents work side-by-side with ranger-naturalists to educate the...

 

Retirement, socialists, the cloud | Letters

Happy retirement, Mike Koenig We write to honor our good friend Mike Koenig, who retired from Koenig Financial Group on March 30. For as long as we've known Mike, he's been a man of good manners and gentle humor, and we're sure his many c...

 
 By Dave Earling    Opinion    April 13, 2018

Reflections on Hekinan | Mayor's Corner

I had a three-hour layover in Seoul, South Korea, so why not start the next column? This after six very busy (sometimes intense), but enormously rewarding, days in Hekinan, Japan, our Sister City.... Full story

 

Great Northern Railway in Edmonds | History Files

Today, the BNSF Railroad runs a single track through downtown Edmonds. North of Main Street, there are two tracks and south of Dayton the railroad has a couple of service tracks, but between Main and Dayton streets is a single track. It wasn't...

 

Future salmon | Port View

Many of you have been asking me about the fish pen that was temporarily located in the guest moorage area of the marina a few weeks ago. The saltwater net pen is a nonprofit project designed to increase saltwater recreational fishing in the...

 
 By Jesse Blair    A&E    April 13, 2018

‘Carnage’: A living room brawl, well acted | Theater review

The Phoenix Theater’s presentation of Yasmina Reza’s “God of Carnage” is a one-act, 85-minute living room brawl. But instead of fists, these two sets of parents go to blows with in-your-face i... Full story

 

Marko Liias announces re-election bid for state Senate

State Sen. Marko Liias announced his re-election campaign to the Washington State Senate on Tuesday, April 10. Liias, who represents Edmonds as senator for the 21st Legislative District, was first elected to the seat in 2014, and served as the...

 

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