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Articles from the May 2, 2019 edition

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 By Brian Soergel    News    May 2, 2019

Edmonds Street Waterfront Connector gets needed funds

The controversial Edmonds Street Waterfront Connector is a step closer to fruition after the state Legislature, finalizing its 2019-2021 biennial budget, awarded it another $1.05 million, for a total...

 

Warriors, Mavericks post wins | Softball

Mya Fegler and Sofia Chamorro each drove in two runs to help Edmonds-Woodway defeat Shorewood 7-3 in a Wesco 3A softball game Monday, April 29, at Edmonds-Woodway High School. Annika Forseth picked up the victory for the Warriors, who won their...

 

King’s baseball, soccer teams advance

The King’s baseball team wrapped up the regular season with two series sweeps over rivals Granite Falls and Sultan in North Sound Conference baseball action. The Knights (10-5 in the league, 11-9 overall) finished third in the league and will face...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    May 2, 2019

Former Pacific Little Leaguers treasure lifelong bonds

The summer of 2014 holds a special place in the hearts of 13 baseball players. Starting in mid-June and ending in late August, members of Pacific Little League’s all-star team, spent almost every day together practicing, playing games and just...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    May 2, 2019

E-W senior standout back on track

It’s taken about a year, but Edmonds-Woodway senior Olivia Meader-Yetter is finally back in her element – running on the track. The road back has been lengthy and full of twists and turns for Meader-Yetter, one of the Warriors’ top distance...

 

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Jessica Campbell Holliday: 1935-2019

Our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt and friend, Jessica Holliday, 83, died on April 8, 2019, of age-related causes. She was born September 16, 1935, in Roland Oklahoma, to Huber and Polly Campbell during the Great Depression. In...

 

Dr. Ben Thal: 1932-2019

Dr. Ben Thal, age 86, surgeon, nationally exhibited artist, collector, veteran and longtime resident of Edmonds, died April 15, 2019. He is survived by his two sons, Cory (wife Julianne) and Rob (Anissa Olson); grandchildren Daniel, Colin, Max and...

 
 News    May 2, 2019

The hills are alive in Edmonds ... with daisies

We’ve been having some awesome lately. Bob Sears took this picture Monday, April 29. “What a beautiful spring day it was today, in a beautiful Edmonds setting that doesn’t look like Edmonds. I...

 

In Edmonds: Deliciousness from around the world

The dining scene in Edmonds has been expanding rapidly in the last year. Since at least the mid-2000s, we have been lucky to have access to a wide array of food choices from all over the world, and ou...

 
 News    May 2, 2019

County prosecutor to hold open house in Edmonds

As an outgrowth of a recent burglary forum hosted by the Edmonds Police Department, Snohomish County Prosecutor Adam Cornell will hold another open house aimed at demystifying what the Prosecutor’s...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    May 2, 2019

Diana White encourages community engagement at kickoff

As she spoke at her City Council kickoff campaign on Tuesday, Diana White told the packed house at Las Brisas that those who know her know she loves the musical “Hamilton.” “A story about the...

 
 News    May 2, 2019

‘Unsung Hero’: Almost half a century in Parks Department

Rich Lindsay started out in Parks and Recreation at the City of Edmonds at the age of 18, and never looked back. He has spent his entire 48-year career serving the Edmonds community and has dedicated...

 

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