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Articles from the April 24, 2019 edition

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Ted Bundy; thanks to strangers | Letters to the Editor

Ted Bundy profile brings back memories A great article on my longtime friend and colleague Jerry Gay in April 11’s Beacon (“Killer photos: Edmonds High graduate listened – and snapped photos – as Ted Bundy spoke”). The photograph on the front...

 

Recovery, and finding time to volunteer | Home Again

It’s been over two weeks since my unfortunate adventure in the Seattle I-5 express tunnel on my way to a youth soccer game in Tukwila. It was the last day of March. Rear-ended by a speeding Ram...

 

A few historic gifts from Edmonds’ past | History Files

People give me things because they know that I am interested in history. Some of the things are given to me as gifts for me, such as a set of photos of cabooses, or books about ghost towns or... Full story

 

Dig into the past at Archaeology at Night in Edmonds

For the second year, the Edmonds Historical Museum will have its Archaeology at Night event. It’s 5-8 p.m. Friday, May 3. Local state, federal and professional archaeologists will be on hand to...

 

Speech! Speech! | Through your lens

In what has become an annual tradition at Holy Rosary School in Edmonds, finalists from the school's annual speech contest recently presented their winning speeches to Mayor Dave Earling. Holy...

 
 By Chuck Sigars    General    April 24, 2019

I can see clearly now l Chuck’s World

I discovered a truism this morning, which is when I usually run across them. Life stops making sense around 1 p.m., in my experience, so the early mornings are when I look for insight breakthroughs....

 

DNA leads to ID of dead man in Yost Park

The identity of a man who was found dead in Yost Park in Edmonds last year has been identified as 58-year-old Timothy D. Conrad of Snohomish County. The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office used DNA results to determine family members,... Full story

 
 By Makenna Dreher    News    April 24, 2019

Surviving brain cancer: Through hope and positivity, Andrew Leckie uses his story to raise awareness

When Andrew Leckie was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2011, his first thought was that he wouldn’t be a part of his daughter’s future. “My initial thought was that I’ve got a baby, and I want... Full story

 

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