Articles from the May 23, 2013 edition

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Mylo Charlston 1915 – 2013

Mylo Charlston quietly passed away in his sleep the evening of May 17, 2013. He was born on September 10, 1915 to Leonard Johanson Charlston and Betsy Hasladalen Charlston at Seattle General Hospital....


Missing person alert:  Gary Cox

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office detectives are seeking assistance in locating 62 year-old Gary L. Cox who has been missing since May 18. Cox walked away from his group home in the 2400 block of...


Helen Lenor Lee  1916 – 2013

Helen Lenor Lee (Walstrand), age 96, passed away in Shoreline, WA on April 27, 2013. She was born on June 17, 1916 in Seattle, WA to Martin and Mary (Johnson) Walstrand. After being raised in Seattle... Full story

 By Pat Ratliff    News    May 23, 2013

Edmonds Kiwanis 2013 Citizen of the Year – Bill Brayer

The Kiwanis 2013 Citizen of the Year is no stranger to many in Edmonds. Bill Brayer founded and was Director and CEO of MS Helping Hands/Donor Closet (originally called Multiple Sclerosis Community Se... Full story


Welcome to the Edmonds Jazz Connection

The Edmonds Jazz Connection is a full-out jazz festival, held this year on Saturday May 25,with all the fun, music and excitement that jazz lovers have come to expect, but with an emphasis on youth.... Full story


'Around Town' events and volunteer opportunities for the Edmonds area

Edmonds summer sports camps The Edmonds Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with Pacific Coast Sports, Skyhawks and UK Elite to offering sports camps throughout the summer. Camps are for ages 3-14 years and include baseball, football,... Full story

 By John Owen    General    May 23, 2013

Blueberry pie and church bells

We're not comparing our little community on the sound with Rome, Santorini, Belgrade or Vienna. But you could say we are unified by bells. Or at least you could have made that comparison. If you live in the Edmonds Bowl you probably looked...

 By John Pierre    General    May 23, 2013

Women on the ships?

No, I'm not of the generation (though some of my age group are) that believes women should necessarily remain at home, do the cooking and cleaning and raise a flock of young'uns, though I do believe that kids are raised with more love if a... Full story


No distractions at the library

It’s late afternoon. The rain stopped a while ago, leaving the sky over Edmonds puffed with dark clouds, all scudding along just fast enough to prevent a good guess as to what part of the county...

 By Pat Ratliff    News    May 23, 2013

Parks levy on the ballot; Port invite to the table

The City of Edmonds will probably be putting a $2 million, three-year levy lid lift on the Nov. 5, 2013, ballot. A Metropolitan Park District Park Levy Exploration Committee, comprising more than 40 citizens, recommended to the City Council to “tak... Full story


More than a festival – great music... great kids

On behalf of the many student musicians who will entertain you this Saturday, the Rotary Club of Edmonds Daybreakers welcomes you to the 2013 Edmonds Jazz Connection. The Edmonds Jazz Connection is more than just a festival. For 13 years it has... Full story


Edmonds is 'All Jazzed Up'

We are all in for a real treat this weekend! The Jazz Connection, on Saturday, May 25, has become a traditional showcase for youth and music in Edmonds and this year’s event is shaping-up to be spectacular. Sponsored by the Edmonds Daybreakers... Full story


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