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Edmonds Community College women’s soccer team hosting tryouts

Edmonds Community College’s women’s soccer team will be hosting an open tryout for high school graduates from 10 a.m.-noon, Saturday, July 30 at the school’s Triton Field. The tryout is for high school graduates interested in playing soccer in...


Future Mavericks hit the courts

The 21st annual Meadowdale Youth Basketball camp drew players of all ages to Meadowdale High School. Aiden Willis of Holy Rosary School, prepares to take a shot. (right) Kaya Powell of Edmonds...

 By David Pan    Sports    July 15, 2016

Pieces coming together well for revamped Knights | Football

It’s safe to say that King’s coach Jim Shapiro had more than a few questions about the Knights as they headed into the offseason last month. King’s graduated 16 seniors, 14 of whom Shapiro described as impact players, who led the team to the... Full story

 By David Pan    Sports    July 15, 2016

Defense leading the way for Edmonds-Woodway | Football

During the off-season, the defense on most football teams generally is ahead of its counterpart on offense. That was the case for Edmonds-Woodway, which wrapped up June with scrimmages against a number of teams at Goddard Stadium in Everett. Part of...


Pacific Little Leaguers win | Baseball

The Pacific Little League 12-year old all-star team won the District 1 Championship on July 7. The team advances to the state tournament, which starts July 23, at the Hidden Valley Sports Complex in Bellevue.... Full story


Experience life with salmon in the forest

See a 45-minute film narrated by Dr. David Suzuki called the “Salmon Forest” and join a naturalist-led interpretive tour of the new NW Stream Center Elevated Nature Walk at 1 p.m. Wednesday, July...


Duplex fire displaces five residents in south Everett

A two-alarm fire displaced four adults and one child from a duplex in unincorporated south Everett Thursday morning. Fire dispatchers received multiple 911 calls around 4:45 a.m. reporting smoke and flames coming from the duplex in the 400 block of...


Second confirmed case of Zika virus in Snohomish County

A young woman from Snohomish County has tested positive for the Zika virus, according to results released to the Snohomish Health District. She had recently traveled to Ecuador, one of the areas known to have mosquitos infected with the Zika virus....


Dayton Street road work begins Monday, July 18

The city of Edmonds begins work on the Dayton Street utility replacement project on Monday, July 18, with preliminary geotechnical exploration. This initial phase of work will involve drilling exploratory borings along Dayton Street, between Third...


Vehicle found underwater may be missing man’s

A car that detectives believe belongs to a missing man was found underwater near the Mukilteo ferry dock. Jose Sanchez Diaz, of Lynnwood, disappeared nearly a year ago. Cellphone data shows that he was last at the Mukilteo waterfront. The red 1995... Full story


Longtime Kamiak baseball coach dies

Longtime Kamiak High School baseball coach Frank Nickerson died on Thursday, July 7. Nickerson, the Knights head baseball coach for the last two years and an English teacher at the high school, had been battling cancer. In addition to being the head...


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